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Mountain Home National Cemetery
Johnson City, Washington County, Tennessee

mountain home national cemetery
Mountain Home National Cemetery, Johnson City, TN

GPS: 36.31085, -82.37387

215 Heroes Drive
Mountain Home, TN 37684

Last updated: February 14, 2022
Total records: 19,662

Mountain Home National Cemetery is owned by U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, and operated by the National Cemetery Administration.

Cemetery History

Mountain Home National Cemetery was originally the "home cemetery" for the Mountain Home Branch of the National Asylum for Disabled Volunteered Soldiers. In 1901, Congress approved a bill introduced by Tennessee Congressman Walter Preston Brownlow to establish the 9th and final branch of the National Asylum system in the Johnson City area. Its purpose was to provide a home for Union veterans of the Civil War. In 1973, Mountain Home was transferred to the Veterans Administration and the home cemetery became a national cemetery.

Veterans Affairs Records, February 2022

Records linked below were acquired from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. These records were last compiled by the VA on February 7, 2022. Dates of death range from 1829 to 2022. These include 87 records with no date of death. Total records: 19,662...

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Veterans Affairs Records, July 2000

Records linked below were acquired from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs on July 2, 2000. At the time, the VA were in the process of converting their paper records to electronic, and as a result many records were missing, along with many records containing errors. We are still providing access to these records because they contain additional information not found in the February 2022 records above. Total records: 9,657...

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