St. Paul's Cemetery
St. Paul’s Cemetery was established in 1809, along with other local church cemeteries. Today, St. Paul’s Cemetery is the final resting place of over 1,500 former church leaders, including the Rev. James T. Johnston and the Rev. George H. Norton, as well as other members of our congregation and community. The cemetery currently has no plots available for purchase or space in the columbarium. In 2011 St. Paul’s supplemented the columbarium with the addition of the Mark J. Hulkower Memorial Garden where ashes may be strewn. If you are interested in learning more about the memorial garden, please contact Andrew Blair, Managing Trustee, St. Paul’s Cemetery, at (202) 329-2531 or [email protected].
Click here to download a map of St. Paul’s Cemetery plots.
St. Paul’s Cemetery is located on Hamilton Avenue, off of Wilkes Street in the southwestern end of Old Town Alexandria. To get to the cemetery, take Henry Street/Route 1 South to Wilkes Street. Turn right onto Wilkes Street. Drive almost to the entrance of the National Cemetery (at the end of the street). You will see signs on your left marked “Presbyterian Cemetery” and “St. Paul’s Cemetery.” Turn left onto Hamilton Avenue. In a short distance you’ll see a sign for St. Paul’s Cemetery on your left.