African American Civil War Veterans
Pennsylvania Burials by Cemetery
Upper Allen African American Cemetery, Upper Allen Township, Cumberland County
Also known as Lincoln Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, and Lincoln Colored Cemetery
- Bridget, William /"Private Co. G. / 22 Regt. Vol. Inf. / Died Sept. 16, 1900. / Aged 56 Years.
unit: 22nd USCI, Company G
- Howard, Richard /"Private Co. G. 45 Reg. U.S. Col Troops. / Died Sept. 2. 1895"
unit: 45th USCI, Company G
notes: NPS records show rank in, sergeant; rank out, private. Fillm no. M589, roll 42.
- Pinkney, John W. /"Co. D. / 22nd U.S.C.T."
unit: 22nd USCI, Company D
- Pope, William /'Private Co. B. 22 Regt. / U.S. Col. Inf. Vols. / Died July 1, 1902 / Aged 72 Years"
unit: 22nd (or 32nd) USCI, Company B
notes: NPS records list a William Pope as a private in the 32nd USCI, Company B. Date of death on tombstone indicates a birth year circa 1830.
- Williams, John /"Co. H / 41st U.S.C.T."
unit: 41st USCI, Company H
notes: NPS records show six men by this name in the 41st USCI. Film No. M589, roll 95.
Keith A. and Beth Holmes Nonemaker, "The Upper Allen Freed Slave Cemetery,"
Seekers Genealogical Quarterly, Summer 1986. pages 45-48. See
The Upper Allen Freed Slave Cemetery
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