List of notable people and celebrities buried at Arlington National Cemetery. This list includes the names of famous and significant people whose graves, mausoleums or memorials can be found at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia and is designed to answer the question "Who is buried at Arlington National Cemetery?"Who can be buried at Arlington? Complete lists of interments at various cemeteries are not always revealed to the public, but a lot of information about where the grave sites and headstones of celebrities can often be found on the Web, and Arlington National Cemetery has released some of this information. Cemeteries often have different policies about allowing the public to visit celebrity graves so it's a good idea to get in touch with them first before planning a trip.
Alfred Winsor Brown
Known as: Naval officer and 31st Naval Governor of Guam.
Known as: U.S. Congressman from New York
Audie Murphy Dec. at 46 (1925-1971)
Known as: America's most decorated combat soldier of World War II and popular movie actor Audie Leon Murphy was one of the most decorated American combat soldiers of World War II, receiving every military combat award for valor available from the U.S. Army, as well as French and ...more
Bertram Tracy Clayton Dec. at 56 (1862-1918)
Known as: Congressman from New York Bertram Tracy Clayton was an American soldier and politician.
Bill Mauldin Dec. at 82 (1921-2003)
Known as: Editorial cartoonist Bill Maudlin was an illustrator.
Brandon Van Parys
Charles "Pete" Conrad, Jr.
Known as: Apollo astronaut
Clarence Ransom Edwards Dec. at 72 (1859-1931)
Known as: Commanded the 26th "Yankee" Division in World War I Clarence Ransom Edwards was an American general, known as the first Chief of the Bureau of Insular Affairs, and commander of the 26th Division in World War I.
Daniel "Chappie" James, Jr.
Known as: First African American four-star General in the U.S. Armed Forces
Daniel E. Sickles
Known as: Major General
David Dixon Porter Dec. at 67 (1877-1944)
Known as: Admiral Major General David Dixon Porter, a Medal of Honor recipient, was a United States Marine Corps officer who served in the Philippine-American War and in World War I.