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Mandan Union Cemetery

Peacefully serving, with dignity and respect, the generations at eternal rest and those who watch over them.  

In 1898, William Lantermann (Trustee of Morton County) granted 25 acres to the Union Cemetery Association. Another 40 acres were surveyed and platted. A group of men who formed the Association established the Mandan Union Cemetery. Two cemeteries had formerly been used one northwest of the Heartview Foundation Center and the other named Greenwood, located two or three miles south of the city along Ft. McKeen road. Many of the burials in these locations were relocated in the new Mandan Union Cemetery. In 1938, the City of Mandan took over the operation of the cemetery granting 15 acres to the Catholic section and 25 acres to the Protestant Section. Today, spaces are available to anybody who wishes the Mandan Union Cemetery to be a final resting place.


Traditional Burial
Scattering Garden


This section includes information on the following:

Burials/Spaces sold

Burial Records

Cemetery Map

Cemetery Rates

Cemetery Rules & Regulations

Mandan Union Cemetery Memorial Fund


If you have questions, please call 701-667-3240 or send an email.  To purchase grave spaces, please call first. Remote transactions are preferred. If necessary, appointments can be scheduled.



Mandan Funeral Homes

Weigel Funeral and Cremation Service

DaWise Perry Mandan Crematory

Buehler-Larson Funeral and Cremation Service


Bismarck Funeral Homes

Bismarck Funeral Home and Crematory

Eastgate Funeral & Cremation Service

Parkway Funeral & Cremation Service



Mandan Memorial
122 E Main Street
Mandan ND  58554
(701) 751-3293

Bismarck Marble & Granite
5605 E Main Ave
Bismarck ND  58501
(701) 223-4440

American Stonecraft
3705 Saratoga Ave Unit 2
Bismarck ND 58502
(701) 250-0528

Bismarck Memorial Monuments
733 Memorial Highway
Bismarck ND  58501
(701) 223-1757

Jamestown Monument
1221 10th St. SE
Jamestown ND  58401
(701) 252-3866