Cemeteries in Johnson, Tennessee

There are 11 Cemeteries in Johnson, Tennessee, serving a population of 65,598 people in an area of 43 square miles. There is 1 Cemetery per 5,963 people, and 1 Cemetery per 3 square miles.

In Tennessee, Johnson is ranked 137th of 645 cities in Cemeteries per capita, and 99th of 645 cities in Cemeteries per square mile.

List of Johnson Cemeteries

Find Johnson, Tennessee cemeteries, memorial parks, mausoleums, graveyards, gravesites, graves or mortuaries.

Adored Pets Cemetery 113 Memory Gardens Road Johnson, TN

Happy Valley Memorial Park Cemetery 2708 Elizabethton Highway Johnson, TN

Haunted Woods On Cemetery Lane 134 Cemetery Lane Johnson, TN

Heritage Family Cemetery 113 Memory Gardens Road Johnson, TN

Johnson City Keen Cemetery 817 West Walnut Street Johnson, TN

Johnson City Monte Vista Cemetery 1900 East Oakland Avenue Johnson, TN

Johnson City Oak Hill Cemetery 205 Whitney Street Johnson, TN

Johnson City Roselawn Memory Gardens Cemetery 3033 South Roan Street Johnson, TN

Luther Zion Cemetery Associationiates 3213 Homestead Lane Johnson, TN

Mountain Home National Cemetery 53 Memorial Avenue Johnson, TN

Snyders Funeral Home Memorial Cemetery 5913 Kingsport Highway Johnson, TN

About Johnson Cemeteries

Cemeteries in Johnson, TN are burial grounds where cultural, ethnic, or religious burial observations and rituals are practiced. Public Cemeteries in Johnson make their plots available to the general public. Johnson Private Cemeteries restrict their use based on religious affiliation, family, ethnicity, or some other group identifier. Military Cemeteries in are generally restricted to veterans and other individuals who have served in the armed forces. In some cases, family members of veterans may also be buried in Military Cemeteries.

Interested parties may contact Cemeteries for questions about:
  • Finding a cemetery near you
  • Johnson Public and Private Cemeteries
  • Military Cemeteries in Johnson
  • Information about funerals and burials
  • Johnson burial records and gravesite history