Guide to Funeral Directors in Fayetteville
Fayetteville, on the Cape Fear River, is the seat of Cumberland County in North Carolina. With an estimated population in excess of 204,000, it is the sixth biggest city in North Carolina.
There are seven funeral homes in Fayetteville, serving the local community. Five of the funeral homes in Fayetteville are conveniently located within five miles of the city center.
The city is well provided with about six crematoriums, and there are 11 cemeteries and memorial parks located across Fayetteville, historical and operational, including: Cross Creek Cemetery, established in 1785, on Ann Street, Fayetteville Memorial Cemetery on Gillespie Street, and Sandhills State Veterans Cemetery on Bragg Blvd.
Fayetteville possesses a number of places of worship, counting among others: St Ann Catholic Church on North Cool Spring Street, Covenant Love Church on Dunn Road, Beth Israel Congregation on Morganton Road, Masjid Rasulullah Mosque on Silver Pine Drive, and Hindu Bhavan Temple on Cedar Creek Road.
North Carolina state law requires that a death certificate is filed with the local registrar within five days. Embalming is not obligatory, and there is no requirement that burial must take place in an established cemetery, although county clerks should be consulted for local restrictions. Scattering ashes is largely unrestricted although permission must be granted for doing so on land that is privately owned.
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