Find Graves

The Fredericksburg City Cemetery is laid out in 12 sections, with Sections 1-6 stretching between the Washington Avenue brick wall and the roadway that leads to the old, Gothic iron gate. Section 1 is closest to William Street and Section 6 is immediately next to the roadway separating the Fredericksburg City Cemetery from the Confederate Cemetery.

The sections continue counterclockwise, with Sections 7-12 between the main central roadway to the old gate and the back wall. Section 7 is closest to the Confederate Cemetery and Section 12 is along William Street. For reference, the Wallace mausoleum is in Section 11. 

Click here for a map of the cemetery that includes the GPS coordinates for the approximate center of each section (thumbnail, below at left). And click here for a map that includes the lot numbers (thumbnail, below at right). 
     

To find a specific grave, please visit findagrave.com. The site includes a searchable database by name, and information and photos of many of the grave markers and monuments are available. 

The limited edition book, Tombstone locations and data in the Fredericksburg City Cemetery, by Robert Allen Hodge is available for viewing in the Virginiana Room in the lower level of the Central Rappahannock Regional Library headquarters on Caroline Street or in the Central Rappahannock Heritage Center in the former Maury School on Barton Street.