Nutbush, Memphis

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National Street in Nutbush, Memphis (2008)

Nutbush is a long-standing neighborhood in northeastern Memphis, Tennessee.

Nutbush has expanded yet it remains a relatively small area with modestly sized houses.[citation needed]


Nutbush is bordered by I-240 to the north; Wells Station to the east; Macon Ave to the south, and Homer Street to the west. It is adjacent to the city's Kingsbury neighborhood.[1]

National Cemetery

National Cemetery in Nutbush, Memphis (2004)

The Memphis National Cemetery is located in Nutbush, Memphis. On 44.2 acres (0.18 km2), the cemetery had 42,184 interments at the end of 2007.[2]

Several battlefield cemeteries from the American Civil War era were transferred to Memphis and many of the dead from the steamboat Sultana explosion on April 26, 1865 were buried in Memphis National Cemetery.

See also


  1. ^,+memphis&ie=UTF8&hl=en&mrt=kmlkmz Google maps - Memphis Neighborhoods
  2. ^ "Memphis National Cemetery". Department of Veterans Affairs. Retrieved 2008-09-21.

Coordinates: 35°10′15″N 89°56′38″W / 35.1707°N 89.9439°W / 35.1707; -89.9439

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