Cemeteries in Maryland

Cedar Hill Cemetery

Cedar Hill Cemetery

4111 Pennsylvania Avenue
Suitland, MD 20746
Columbia Memorial Park

Columbia Memorial Park

12005 Clarksville Pike
Clarksville, MD 21029
Glen Haven Memorial Park

Glen Haven Memorial Park

7231 Ritchie Hwy Suite E
Glen Burnie, MD 21061
Hillcrest Burial Park

Hillcrest Burial Park

13800 Bedford Rd Ne
Cumberland, MD 21502
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery

Lincoln Memorial Cemetery

4001 Suitland Rd
Suitland, MD 20746
Lorraine Park Cemetery & Mausoleum

Lorraine Park Cemetery & Mausoleum

5608 Dogwood Rd
Baltimore, MD 21207
Springhill Memory Gardens

Springhill Memory Gardens

27260 Ocean Gateway
Hebron, MD 21830
Sunset Memorial Park Cumberland

Sunset Memorial Park Cumberland

13800 Bedford Rd Ne
Cumberland, MD 21502
Washington National Cemetery

Washington National Cemetery

4101 Suitland Rd
Suitland, MD 20746
Wicomico Memorial Park

Wicomico Memorial Park

721 Snow Hill Road
Salisbury, MD 21804

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Cemeteries in Maryland

Maryland is home to a variety of cemeteries, including Lincoln Cemetery in Suitland that is the resting place of many prestigious African Americans. Burialplanning.com manages several cemeteries throughout the state, so you're certain to find one in a convenient location and with the features you desire.


Choosing a Cemetery in Maryland

Whether you were born there, lived in the state or have relatives who live there now, Maryland is a popular choice as a final resting place. Why? Parts of the state are close to Washington, DC, and Maryland is in the Mid-Atlantic region of the United States, bordered by Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia.

When you choose to be buried in a Maryland cemetery, you can select based on the natural beauty of the park, the features offered (such as a mausoleum), or the proximity to the family who will visit. Your next of kin will respect your wishes wherever you decide to be buried, but the most important aspect is deciding. It's not something we like to think about, but planning your funeral in advance ensures that your preferences are met, and removes the decision-making and financial burden off your loved ones during their time of grief.

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