Parsons Cemetery (MDPACS)
Wreaths across America 2021
10 am December 18th, 2021
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Parsons Cemetery is today both operational and historic. It is an urban green space, an outdoor museum, and in the words of architectural historian, Keith Eggener, urban cemeteries "are where life meets death, nature meets city, and present meets past."
Parsons Cemetery (MDPACS) Ceremony On: 12/18/21
912 N. Division St Ceremony At: 10:00 AM
Salisbury, MD 21801 Details: parsonscemetery.com
Veteran Graves: 1260 Location Coordinator: Jeff Merritt
Coverage Goal: 1258 Location Phone Number: (410) 713-8940
Fundraising Message: Wreaths Across America (WAA) is announcing a wreath matching campaign for its registered Sponsorship Groups that is open now, and will run through Friday, Jan. 15, 2021. This campaign is only for veterans' wreaths sponsored through a local WAA Sponsorship Group in your area.
NEW: All 1260 known Veterans of Parsons Cemetery have been identified along with their service under a new page
Parsons' Heroes and Veterans
along with a map prepared by the
Salisbury University Department of Geography & Geosciences
"where life meets death, nature meets city, and present meets past"
Source: Keith Eggener, architectural historian and author of the book “Cemeteries
Thank you for visiting our website and our Facebook Page. Both our website and Facebook Page will be continuously updated with new information, historical information, pictures and videos. We invite you to send us your information on the cemetery and your loved ones, information that we can share with others.
On July 2, 2020, the Preservation Maryland surprised Parsons Cemetery with both a nomination and award with one of four Community Choice Awards s part of their Best of Maryland Awards
PARSONS CEMETERY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
SALISBURY, EASTERN SHORE
COMMUNITY CHOICE AWARD
Parsons Cemetery in Salisbury, Maryland is an historic operational cemetery, an urban green space, an outdoor museum, and in the words of architectural historian, Keith Eggener, a place where “life meets death, nature meets city, and present meets past.” The six-member volunteer committee is inspired by those words and diligently works towards creating a site of reverence and culture by offering self-guided walking tours based on their on-going historical and genealogical research, maintaining the 18 acres of sacred grounds and the promise of perpetual care, and filling their lively Facebook page with incredible and enduring stories of Maryland history. For these reasons, Preservation Maryland is pleased to honor and recognize the work of the past and current Parsons Cemetery Advisory Committee with a 2020 Best of Maryland Community Choice Award.
The Parsons Cemetery Advisory Committee Members, comprised of six volunteers, were appreciative and honored to have their work recognized by Preservation Maryland.