I need the name of a cemetery in Astoria, which would be in the country and have a section for military burials.
I have found a list of 4 cemeteries in Astoria by looking at the website for "Find A Grave" and need to determine which one would fit the description. This cemetery is the one I'm told where Reinardt "Ray" Emanuel PONSNESS, a WW1 vet, is buried. [Ray died in Astoria, 27 August 1972. He was survived by wife Mary, two daughters, Mrs. Betty Long and Mrs. Madonna Mindt, and a son, Chauncey "Bud" Ponsness. The obituary doesn't name the cemetery, but says the funeral home used was Luce-Layton Funeral Home.]
If you can name the cemetery, can you also tell me if there is an office with a sexton at the cemetery?
The names of the 4 cemeteries I found are: 1) Astoria Pioneer [Address looks like its in the city.] 2) Riverview [Address looks like its in the city.] 3) Greenwood [Address looks like in the country, off Hwy 202 at Greenwood Cemetery Rd.] 4) Crestview [Couldn't find an address, but it looks like there is a Crestview-Greenwood Cemetery Assn. Are they located about the same place? Is one used more for the military burials?]
On another website, I found another cemetery called Lewis & Clark Cemetery, on Lewis & Clark Road. This would seem to also be in the country, but does it have a section for military burials and was it being used in 1972 and today?