|American Legion Salute|
|Memorial Day, May 30, 2016 - The American Legion gave a 21-Gun Salute over the grave of Donald E. Tincher.|
|Annual Meeting Reminder|
|Augusta Cemetery Association Annual Meeting at 9:00 AM on Memorial Day, 2017.|
If you own a plot or are a relative of anyone buried at Augusta Cemetery, you have a voice and a vote at the annual meeting. Please attend and let your voice be heard and your vote count.
|Registering Your Ownership of a Plot or Lot With AugustaCemetery.com|
|If this web site does not reflect your ownership of a plot or lot, you can register that ownership by attaching a GIF or JPG image of the deed using the Contact Us form. Please note that registering your ownership of a plot or lot with AugustaCemetery.com has no legal standing, as AugustaCemetery.com is not associated with Augusta Cemetery Association. However, it does provide searchable information for friends, relatives, and future generations. There is no cost or charge for this service.|
|Providing Biographical, Ancestral, or Anecdotal Information|
|If you are a plot or lot owner or a relative of someone interred at Augusta Cemetery and would like to provide a picture or biographical, ancestral, or anecdotal information about yourself or someone interred at Augusta Cemetery, please use the Contact Us form. For an example of information that you can provide, search for Thomas, Harold (Section A, Lot 29, Grave 3) or Thomas, Vona (Section G, Lot 83, Grave 2). Please bear the following in mind:
- You must provide an email address where you can be contacted.
- If the information is about yourself, you will be ask to provide a GIF or JPG image of your deed.
- If the information is about a relative or ancestor, you will be ask to provide proof of your identity and proof of relationship.
- There is no cost or charge for this service.
|Registering a Burial With AugustaCemetery.com|
|If you would like to register a burial with AugustaCemetery.com, please use the Contact Us form. Please note that appropriate documentation will be required.|
Memorial stone donated in 1993 by Elwood and Louise Bush in memory of John and Ida Bush.