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Where are the presidents buried

  1. scoop profile image83
    scoopposted 5 years ago

    Where are the presidents buried

    Where do the presidents of the United States get buried?

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    Jayfortposted 5 years ago

    Washington - Mt. Vernon, Va.
    J. Adams - Quincy, Mass.
    Jefferson - Charlottesville, Va.
    Madison - Montpelier Station, Va.
    Monroe - Richmond, Va.
    J. Q. Adams - Quincy, Mass.
    Jackson - Nashville, Tenn.
    Van Buren - Kinderhook, N.Y.
    W. H. Harrison - North Bend, Ohio
    Tyler - Richmond, Va.
    Polk - Nashville, Tenn.
    Taylor - Louisville, Ky.
    Fillmore - Buffalo, N.Y.
    Pierce - Concord, N.H.
    Buchanan - Lancaster, Pa.
    Lincoln - Springfield, Ill.
    A. Johnson - Greeneville, Tenn.
    Grant - New York City
    Hayes - Fremont, Ohio
    Garfield - Cleveland, Ohio
    Arthur - Albany, N.Y.
    Cleveland - Princeton, N.J.
    B. Harrison - Indianapolis, Ind.
    McKinley - Canton, Ohio
    T. Roosevelt - Oyster Bay, N.Y.
    Taft - Arlington National Cemetery
    Wilson - Washington National Cathedral
    Harding -     Marion, Ohio
    Coolidge - Plymouth, Vt.
    Hoover - West Branch, Iowa
    F. D. Roosevelt - Hyde Park, N.Y.
    Truman - Independence, Mo.
    Eisenhower - Abilene, Kan.
    Kennedy - Arlington National Cemetery
    L. B. Johnson - Stonewall, Tex.
    Nixon - Yorba Linda, Calif.
    Reagan -    Simi Valley, Calif.
    Ford    - Grand Rapids, Mich.

    That help?

  3. FatFreddysCat profile image98
    FatFreddysCatposted 5 years ago

    I was gonna be a wise ass and say "in the ground," but... never mind.

  4. Attikos profile image80
    Attikosposted 5 years ago

    In their own effluent ...

    Oh. Wait. You mean after they're dead.

    Never mind.

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    Old Empresarioposted 5 years ago

    Since they are theoretically private citizens and not royalty, they get buried wherever their family wants them to be buried. There is no state Mausoleum for our pantheon of disappointments.