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Bath National Cemetery
Bath, Steuben County, New York

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Bath National Cemetery, Bath, NY

GPS: 42.347993, -77.351899

VA Medical Center
San Juan Ave.
Bath, NY 14810

Published: February 21, 2020
Total records: 16,485

Cemetery History

Bath National Cemetery was originally part of the New York State Soldiers and Sailors Home, which was established in 1877; the cemetery was dedicated in Dec. 25, 1879. In 1930, the Soldiers and Sailors Home and cemetery became two integrated components of the Veterans Administration Medical Center (VAMC). When 82 national cemeteries were transferred from the Department of Army to the Veterans Administration in 1973, the Bath VAMC cemetery became part of the National Cemetery System and was designated appropriately.

Monuments and Memorials
The 40-foot high granite Preservation of the Union Monument whose benefactor, Samuel Dietz, was dedicated to Civil War soldiers and sailors. It was erected in 1892.

The 1812 monument marks the location of 28 soldiers from the War of 1812 who were repatriated from another site and re-interred at the cemetery in 1988.

U.S. Department of Veteran's Affairs Records

Records linked below were acquired from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs on February 21, 2020. These includes records from the date at which the first burials were made up until September of 2017.

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