Fort Lincoln Cemetery has served the needs of Maryland residents for generations. The area as well as a cemetery property is rich in American history. A focal point of the property is an ancient oak tree, under which President Abraham Lincoln met troops during the Civil War. Though the original tree was destroyed in the early 1990s by lightning, a white oak tree has been planted nearby to commemorate the dignity and history of the original site.
Fort Lincoln Cemetery also contains many historical buildings, including the Old Spring House, the oldest on the property. The property is also rich in military history, serving as a battleground during the War of 1812 during the Battle of Bladensburg.
The gorgeous and rolling acreage of Fort Lincoln Cemetery has been serving area residents, providing comfort and one of the most beautiful cemeteries in the area for decades. The Fort Lincoln Cemetery Funeral Home opened its doors in the early 1990s, enabling area residents to take care of the needs of multi denominational residents.
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