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Tombstone
Readings

Greenwood Cemetery

Early Veterans
 of Greenwood Cemetery,
including
Revolutionary War, Civil War and
Spanish American War

Compiled by
Diane Nichols, Greenwood Cemetery Historian
(150atf@sals-nospam-giver.com)

This was a project started in 1982, intending to list Civil War Veterans.  Entries that were labeled as soldiers in the original internment book were listed. The list was further extended after consulting with the Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War.  A reading of tombstones increased the list.  At the time of the tombstone readings, family member’s tombstones were also read.  Not all compilations agree on the soldiers who are buried here.

SUV – A list for Greenwood Cemetery from the Sons of the Union Veterans, thanks to  David Orr.  Discrepancies are found between the dates found in the SUV list and records at the cemetery.  Many soldiers were transferred or re-enlisted in other regiments near the end of the war.  Please consult the National Archives for further information.

Custer Post list – This includes information taken from a list of Civil War solders buried in Greenwood Cemetery printed on May 30, 1921 and donated to Greenwood by the General George A. Custer Post No. 38 in Sharpsburg, PA.

A few other sources were consulted when the dates and regiment of the veteran was in question or missing.
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The Soldier's Monument of Section 5
"Erected in honor of those who served in the Union Army during 1861 - 1865,
by the sons of veterans, citizens, ladies and school children of Sharpsburg,
Etna and vicinity, under the auspices of Gen'l; George A. Custer Post No. 38, Dept. of Penna. G. A. R.
(Please Note: A number sequence, such as 4-7-9, means Section 4, Range 7, Lot 9)


Section 1 – an early Singles section, with later plots for small families.

Coates, John
Tombstone – John Coates, Co. B. 7th Reg. West Va. Art., July 22, 1904
(poor condition)
SUV list – born 1829, discharged October 22, 1864
Greenwood records – John Coates, Int. # 1865, interred July 25, 1904, died July
22, 1904 of an accident in Etna, age 75. Soldier. Location 1-14-8 in lot
owned by Theodore Wright.
1890 Federal Veteran’s schedule – a private in Co. E. 18th Ohio Vol. Enlisted
May 26, 1861, discharged August 28, 1861.

Frybarger, Andrew
Tombstone - Andrew Frybarger, Wagoner Co. G. 5th PVI, Enlisted May 10,
1898, Discharged Nov. 7, 1898, Born May 30, 1868, Died June 26, 1951.
Greenwood records – Int. # 16513, interred June 30, 1951, died June 26, 1951 in
Pittsburgh at age 82 of a cerebral hemorrhage. Location 1-21-7. Funeral
director Joseph P. Rhein.

Klein, Jacob
Tombstone – Jacob Klein, Co. D. 18 PA Vol. Inf., May 11, 1921War with Spain marker 1898 – 1899
PA Volunteers website – Enlisted April 27, 1898, mustered in May 12, 1898,
discharged with company October 22, 1898. (National Guard of PA)
Greenwood records – Jacob Klein, Int. # 3323, interred May 14, 1921, died
Pittsburgh, age 48 of carbuncle on the neck. Location 1-20-10, in lot
owned by John A. Hartman.

Knost, Frederic
Tombstone - Frederic Knost – “Frederick Knost, died Sept. 23, 1868, Age 44 Yrs.”
Family stones
Louis H. Knost, 1867 – 1912 (Woodmen of the World marker)
Mary Marie Knost – 1835 - 1922
SUV list, - private, heavy artillery, Co. I. 5th Reg. PA, enlisted September 1, 1864
at Camp Reynolds, Pittsburgh., discharged June 30, 1865 at Pittsburgh.
Greenwood records – Frederick Knost, Int. # 1785, interred November 21, 1903
died September 28, 1868 at age 44, removed from Lutheran cemetery.
Location 1-18-7 in lot owned by Mrs. Maria Knost.


Love, Harry St. Clair
Tombstone – Harry St. Clair Love, Pvt. Co. E. 17th Inf., Enlisted June 28, 1898
Discharged December 24, 1898, Born July 8, 1872, Died December 24, 1950
Greenwood records – Harry St. Clair Love, Int. # 16833, interred December 27,
1950, died December 24, 1950 in Franklin Twp. at age 78 of a coronary
occlusion. Location 1-5-5 in a lot owned by Jos. K. Love. Funeral
director Joseph P. Rhein.

Love, Thomas
Tombstone – Thomas Love, 1842 – 1924, Co. D. 139th PA Vol. Inf., Father
Family stones
Sara J. L. Delo – 1884 – 1907
Jean C. Emerick – 1921 - 1922
A. K. Love – 1880 – 1884
Carrie H. Love – 1890 – 1975
George T. Love – 1886 – 1955 (veteran’s flag)
Ida May Love - infant
Leah L. Love – 1894 - 1896
Sarah A. Love – 1853 – 1924, Mother
S. M. Love – 1878 – 1880
S. M. Love – 1877 – 1905
Wilson D. Love – 1857 – 1924
Irma V. Nolton – 1895 – 1924
Kenneth B. Nolton – 1916 – 1925
Retta L. Zimmerman – 1888 - 1918
Vera F. Zimmerman – 1914 - 1914
SUV list – Enlisted September 1, 1862, discharged June 21, 1865 at Washington DC
Greenwood records - Thomas Love, Int. # 3517, interred April 14, 1924, died
April 12, 1924 in Sharpsburg of valvular heart disease, age 82. Soldier.
Location 1-14 -6 in lot owned by Thomas Love.


Marshall, Wm. V.
Tombstone - no stone
SUV list - Co. G. 136th Reg. PA Vol., enlisted Sept. 9, 1864,
discharged July 20, 1865, born Jan. 9, 1845, died July 18, 1897
Greenwood records – Wm. Marshall, Int. # 1203, interred July 21, 1897, died
in Etna, age 48. Location 1-20-4 in singles.


Mehringer, Jacob J.
Tombstone – Jacob J. Mehringer, Batty. B. Pitts. PA, Nov. 23, 1911
(poor condition)
Greenwood records – Jno, J. Mehringer, Int. # 2532, interred November 25, 1922,
died November 23, 1911 in Sharpsburg, age 38y2m21d of pulmonary
tuberculosis, Spanish soldier. Location 1-16-2 in lot owned by Georg
Mehringer.


Powers, Benjamin
Tombstone – In memory of Benjamin Power who departed life January 16, 1836
aged 86 years. Also in memory of Elizabeth Power, wife of Benjamin,
who departed life March 11, 1838, aged 83 years
Family Stones
Sara, wife of George Power, who departed life Nov. 14, 1851, aged
36 years and 8 months
William Power
William Power
Greenwood records – Benjamin Powers, Int. # 1880, interred August 19, 1904,
died January 16, 1836 in Shaler Twp., now West Etna, soldier of 1776,
removed from Presbyterian graveyard. Location 1-21-2 in lot owned by
the Sharpsburg Presbyterian Church.

Sheets, Cummings
Tombstone - Cummings Sheets, Co. I, 11th Reg. W. Va. Inf., July 15, 1915
(poor condition)
Family Stones
Ann Sheets – 1893 – 1969, Mother
Bert Sheets – 1883 – 1964, Father
Chas. Sheets – Co. C or G. 318 Inf., Oct. 4, 1918 (poor condition)
Julia M. Sheets – 1886 – 1900, Daughter
Mary F. Sheets – 1851 – 1938
Rosa B. Sheets – 1890 - 1892, Daughter
SUV list – Discharged June 17, 1865
Greenwood records – Cummings Sheets, Int. # 2827, born in W. Virginia, died
July 16, 1915 in Sharpsburg of heart disease, age 72y5m18d. Soldier.
Location 1-20-8 in lot owned by Cummings Sheets.
1890 Federal Veteran’s schedule – residence in Sharpsburg, private, 2nd W. VA
Volunteer Reserves, enlisted June 1861, discharged June 1864. Lost
discharge papers.



Section 2 - an early family section

Bahra, Henry W.
Tombstone – Henry W. Bahra, Pvt. Co. G. 4th U.S. Vols., enlisted Jun. 13, 1898,
discharged Dec. 4, 1898, born Sept. 12, 1862, died Apr. 25, 1932
Family stones
Ella Ross Bahra, February 10, 1862, April 16, 1951
Alfred Ross, 1856 – 1897
Charlotte Ross, 1829 – 1881
Lewis P. Ross, 1858 - 1935
Greenwood records – Henry Wm. Bahra, Int. # 5345, interred April 27, 1932,
died April 25, 1932 in Pittsburgh, age 69 of myocardial insufficiency.
Location 2-9-3 in a lot owned by W. A. Boyce.

Baker, Daniel Sr.
Tombstone - no stone
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. B. 63rd Reg. PA Vol., born
1808 Frederic Co., Maryland, enlisted Aug. 1, 1861 at Pittsburgh, discharged Oct. 4, 1862 at
Camp Prescott Smith, died Mar. 7 or 8, 1890 in Sharpsburg. (wife Margaret)
Greenwood records – Daniel Baker Sr., Int. #629, interred March 10, 1890, died
in Sharpsburg. Soldier. Location 2-4-5 in a lot owned by S. Barcrofts.

Baker, Daniel Jr.
Tombstone - no stone
SUV list – private Co. B. 63rd Regiment, PA Volunteers, born about 1844 in
Jefferson Co., Ohio, enlisted Aug. 1, 1861 at Pittsburgh, discharged April 10, 1863.
Greenwood records– Daniel Baker Jr., Int. #80, interred August 30, 1877, died in
August 28, 1877 in Oil City of asthma. Soldier. Location 2-4-5 in lot
owned by S. Barcrofts.

Bert, Peter
Tombstone – Peter Bert, Mar. 22. 1836, Mar. 1, 1910
Family Stones
Appolonia Bert- his wife, Mar. 26, 1838, Sept. 2, 1919
Dorothea Bert- wife of E. Luckhard, May 5, 1809, Dec. 9, 1891
Edward L. Bert - son of P & A Bert, Apr 14, 1871, Dec. 25, 1912
Elmer E. Bert– son of P & A Bert, Nov. 13, 1863, May 26, 1911
John Bert– Feb. 24, 1875, Oct. --, 187—
Mary Bert - dau. of P & A Bert, 1873 - 1935
William Bert, son of P & A Bert, Oct. 14, 1861, Sept. 30, 1895
Dorothea Luckhard, wife of E. Luckhard, May 5, 1809, Dec. 9, 1891
SUV list – Private Heavy Artillery, Co. F. 6th Reg. PA, enlisted Aug. 27, 1864 at
Camp Reynolds, Pittsburgh, discharged June13, 1865 at Ft. Ethan Allen.
Greenwood records – Peter Bert, Int. # 2413, interred March 4, 1910, died March
1,1910, born in Germany, died in East Deer Twp. at age 73 of chronic
nephritis and valvular heart disease. Soldier. Location 2-4-6 in lot owned
by Peter Bert.

Bradberry, Thomas J.
Tombstone – Thomas J. Bradberry, 1842 – 1914, Father
Family stones
Bradberry, Margaret J. – 1841 – 1909
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. D. 62nd Reg. PA Vol., enlisted Armstrong Co.,
discharged Aug. 6, 1861 at Pittsburgh.
Greenwood records – Thomas Jefferson Bradberry, Int. # 2731, interred April 28,
1914, died in Pittsburgh at 72 of broncho pneumonia. Soldier. Location
2-8-7 in lot owned by Thomas J. Bradberry.

Bright, Wm.
Tombstone - William Bright, CO.---- 63 PV, July 7, 1916 (unreadable, poor condition)
Family stones
Bright, Mary Jane – 1833 – 1909
SUV list – Co. F. 87th Reg. PA Vol. private infantry, enlisted Feb. 24,
1865, discharged June 29, 1865 at Alexandria,Va.
Greenwood records – William Bright, Int. # 2920, interred September 9, 1916,
died O’Hara Twp. at age 80y11m14d of lobar pneumonia. Soldier. Location
2-18-7 in lot owned by William Bright.

Bryant, Thomas
Tombstone - Bryant, Thomas, 1830 - 1883 (GAR flag holder)
SUV list – born 1832.
Greenwood records –Thomas Bryant, Int. #306, interred July 26, 1883, died in
Sharpsburg, age 51. Soldier. Interred originally in 3-10-7, moved to
location 2-18-2 in lot owned by Mrs. Mary Bryant.

Chalmers, George
Tombstone - no stone
SUV list – private infantry, Co. A. 69th Reg. New York Vol., born 1835, enlisted
Oct. 30, 1864, discharged June 16,1865, died Feb. 17, 1898.
Greenwood records – George Chalmers, Int. # 1234, interred February 20, 1898,
born in Scotland, died in Allegheny City age 63 of heart disease. Soldier.
Location 2-13-10 in lot owned by Mrs. Jane Chalmers.

Cook, John W.
Tombstone – no stone found
Family stones
John Cook, died March 11, 1891, in his 87th year
Sophia, wife of John Cook, died
SUV list – private infantry, Co. D. 77th Reg. PA Vol., born
1845, enlisted Feb. 27, 1865, discharged Dec. 6, 1865 at Philadelphia,
died Sept. 26, 1923.
Greenwood records – John W. Cook, Int. # 3471, died in Aspinwall of heart
disease at age 78y10m16d. Soldier. Location 2-9-4 in lot owned by
Mary A. Cook.

Dengler, Henry L.
Tombstone - Henry Dengler, ”Henry Dengler, Co. F, 139th, May 6, 1887”
SUV list – private infantry, Co. F. 139th Reg. PA Vol., enlisted Sept. 1, 1862 in
Allegheny Co., discharged June 21, 1865 at Washington DC, wounded at
Cold Harbor, VA. June 3, 1864
Greenwood records – Henry Dengler, Int. # 456, interred May 11, 1887. Soldier.
Location 2-17-4 in lot owned by Barbara A. Dengler.


Jones, William T.
Tombstone - no stone
SUV list – private, born in 1823, unknown regiment.
Greenwood records – William T. Jones, Int. # 999, Interred November 26, 1894,
born in Wales, died November 23, 1894 in Etna at age 71 of asthma.
Soldier. Location 2-11-1 in lot owned by Wm. T. Jones.

Lambie, John
Tombstone – no stone
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier buried July 16, 1887
1890 Federal Veteran’s schedule – Mrs. John Lambie of Sharpsburg showed
papers of her husband. Private Co. G. 1st Reg. W VA, enlisted May 15,
1861, discharged June 22, 1864. Re-enlisted April 11, 1865 as a Corporal
Co. F. 3rd Reg. W. VA Cavalry. Discharged June 13, 1865.
Greenwood records – John Lambie, Int. # 470, interred July 16, 1887, died July
14, 1887. First interred in location 3-6-16, removed to location 2-4-X in
lot owned by Lena Lambie. (Family history available. Co. G 7th West
Virginia Infantry.)


Law, Allen
Tombstone – no stone
Custer Post 38 list – Spanish American War
Greenwood records – Allan Law, Int. # 2440, interred July 3, 1910, died July 1,
1910 in Pittsburgh at age 33 of valvular heart disease. Spanish American
Soldier. Location 2-18-14 in lot owned by Jacob Law.

Lynch, B. E.
Tombstone – no stone
Custer Post info – buried June 13, 1893, age 45, Civil War soldier
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - Living in Millvale, B. E. Lynch, private,
Co. I 45th Iowa Infantry, enlisted May 25, 1864, discharged september 16, 1864.
Greenwood records – B. E. Lynch, Int. # 872, interred June 13, 1893, born Iowa,
died Brushton, age 45 of heart failure. Soldier. Removed from location
2-7-2 to Homewood Cemetery, Lot 741, Section 9


McCall, William John
Tombstone - William J. McCall, Co. B 6 PA Hv. Arty., Civil War, Feb. 1, 1845, Feb. 17, 1901 (a new stone 2007)
Family stones
Mary McCall – 1862 – 1893, A. A. Humphreys, Circle 36 G.A.R.
SUV list – private, died February 14, 1901
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - residence in MIllvale. Enlisted September 5, 1864
in Co. B 6th PA Heavy Artillery. Discharged June 13, 1865.
Greenwood records – Wm. John McCall, Int. # 1489,interred February 17, 1901,
born in Butler Co., died in Millvale of pneumonia at age 56y14d. Soldier.
Location 2-18-5 in lot owned by Mrs. W. J. McCall.


McElhany, Samuel
Tombstone – Father, Samuel K. McElhany, 1846 – 1918, at rest
Family stones
Elmer G. McElhany, born April 19, 1862, died May 18, 1898
Mary R. McElhany, born Sept. 15, 1884, died July 4, 1902
Sarah J. McElhany, died 1893, aged 43 years ----- (poor condition)
obelisk with McElhany on side – inscriptions illegible
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier buried March 20, 1918 age 71.
Greenwood records – Samuel McElhany, Int. # 3048, interred March 20, 1918,
died March 17, 1918 in Pittsburgh at age 71 of a cerebral hemorrhage.
Location 2-9-5 in a lot owned by Samuel K. McElhany.


Morgan, Charles F.
Tombstone – Charles F. Morgan, 1846 - 1929
Family stones
Anna Howenstein, died Sept. 18, 1914, aged 87, Aunt
John Howenstein, died Dec. 18, 1883, Uncle
SUV list – born 1846, enlisted September 5, 1864 at Camp Reynolds, Pittsburgh,
discharged June 30, 1865 at Pittsburgh.
Greenwood records – Chas. F. Morgan, Int. # 4297, interred June 9, 1929, died
June 7, 1929 at West Mahoning, PA age 83 of uremia. Soldier. Location
2-12-8 in lot owned by Mrs. Anna Howenstein.


Nesbit, Capt. Robert A.
Tombstone – Capt. R. A. Nesbit, 1838 – 1912, Co. B. 63 P. V.
Family Stones
Emily J. Kay – 1830 – 1877
James Kay – 1887
Elizabeth Nesbit – 1833 – 1844
Francis Nesbit – 1811 - 1876
Hugh Nesbit– 1802 - 1838
Mary O. Nesbit – 1844 – 1904
SUV list – enlisted Aug. 1, 1861 at Pittsburgh, discharged Aug. 1, 1864 near
Petersburg, Va., Captain Infantry.
Greenwood records – Robert A. Nesbitt, Int. # 2593,interred October 2, 1912,
died September 30, 1912 in Irwin, PA, Westmoreland Co. of cancer of the face and neck,
age 74. Soldier. Location 2-8-3 in a lot owned by R. A. Nesbit.

Parker, David H.
Tombstone - David H. PArker, Co. D 203 PA Vol Inf., July 13, 1906
Family stones
Parker, Ida C. – 1848 – 1912
Parker, (name worn away) – born Apr. 20, 1875, died --- 1881
SUV list – Co. D. 205th Reg. PA Vol.,
private in infantry, born 1827, enlisted Aug. 27, 1864 in Huntington Co.,
PA, discharged June 2, 1865 in Alexandria Va.
1890 Federal Veteran’s schedule – Residence in Sharpsburg, private Co. C. 125
PA Volunteers, enlisted August 5, 1862, discharged June 3, 1865.
Greenwood records – Int. # 536 and 2089. Died in Sharpsburg in 1888, interred
first in location 3-10-8 on September 25, 1888. Removed and re-interred
on August 2, 1906. Listed in 1906 as dying at age 59 of a cerebral
hemorrhage. Location 2-19-9 in lot owned by Mrs. D. H. Parker.

Parsons, Rudolph
Tombstone – Rudolph Parsons, Co. K. 1st Penna. Volunteers, 1847 – 1889
(poor condition) Sons of the Revolution Member flag holder.
SUV list – discharged July 13, 1865, 1st Reg. Mounted Vol., private
Greenwood records – R. Parsons, Int. # 609 on December 3, 1889, died in
Sharpsburg. First interred in location 3-9-13, removed on November
19, 1915, Int. # 2861. Soldier. Location 2-4-7 in lot owned by Margaret J. Parsons.

Roberts, Eli M.
Tombstone – no stone
Custer Post info – Buried May 18, 1900 age 52., Civil War soldier.
Greenwood records, Eli M. Roberts, Int. # 1427, interred May 18, 1900, born
Virginia, died Holland Michigan at age 52 if peritonitis. Soldier.
Location 2-7-1 in lot owned by Eli Roberts.

Smith, Alexander
Tombstone – Alexander Smith, 1833 – 1916, Rest in Peace
American Legion flag holder
American Civil WAr Soldiers on Ancestry.com - It is possible that this is the Washington County soldier who was
a Captain in Co. G. of the 22nd Cavalrly in the PA Volunteers. Born on July 7, 1832, he enlisted
October 29, 1862 and was discharged on September 5, 1863. No firm evidence.
Greenwood records – Alexander Smith, Int. # 2878, interred January 22, 1916,
died in January of 1916 in Etna, age 83 of old age and general debility,
not listed as a veteran. Location 2-11-12 in lot owned by Alexander M. Moran Sr.

Smith, William Cain
Tombstone – no stone
Custer Post info – Civil War veteran, buried January 11, 1900, age 72
Greenwood records – William Cain Smith, Int. # 1430, interred June 1, 1900,
born Bedford Co., died in Sharpsburg age 72 of rheumatism of heart.
Soldier. Location 2-7-7 in lot owned by Mrs. Harriet Roberts Smith.

Taylor, Samuel
Tombstone - Samuel Taylor, Co. G. 6 PA Vol. Inf., Oct. 11, 1898
(very poor condition)
SUV list – enlisted Sept. 5, 1864 at Camp Reynolds, Pittsburgh., Discharged June
13, 1865,Sergeant, heavy artillery
Greenwood records – Samuel P. Taylor, Int. # 1275, interred October 13, 1898,
died in Verona at age 78 of heart failure. Soldier. Location 2-7-4 in lot
owned by Maggie J. Potter.


Thomas, John S.
Tombstone – John S. Thomas, 1840 – 1892, Co. F. 6th US Cav.
Family stones
Ralph D. Smith, PFC US Army, World War II, March 11, 1919, Jun 10, 1983
Albert Garfield Thomas, 1880 Father 1913
Clara Thomas Mast, 1879 Mother 1961
Frances E. Thomas, 1844 – 1930
John W. Thomas, 1868, Husband, 1918
Leanah Thomas, 1875, Wife, 1961
SUV list – Co. F. 6th U.S. Cavalry, born in 1840.
Greenwood records – John S. Thomas, Int. # 781, interred March 9, 1892, born in
New York, died in Etna of gastric fever, age 51. Soldier. Location
2-11-6 in lot owned by Francis E. Thomas.

Thompson, William D.
Tombstone - Co. B 63rd Reg. PA Vol., April 12, 1906 (Poor condition)
Family stones
Thompson, Ed. C. – 1874 – 1920
Harry E. Thompson– 1862 – 1935, Father
Harry H. Thompson– 1897 – 1947, Son
Laura Belle Thompson– 1887 – 1907, Daughter
Olive M. Thompson– 1862 – 1934, Mother
Sarah V. Thompson– 1839 - 1907
Sherman C. Thompson– 1866 – 1903
SUV list – private infantry, enlisted Aug. 1, 1861, discharged Nov. 30, 1862, also
in Co. F. 6th Heavy Art. as a Corporal, enlisted Aug. 19, 1864 and
discharged June 13, 1865.
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - found in Etna, enlisted July 6, 1861,
discharged July 6, 1864.
Greenwood Int. – William D. Thompson, Int. # 2057, interred April 14, 1906,
born in Pittsburg, died in Sharpsburg at age 72y8m. Soldier. Location
2-18-10 in lot owned by Wm. D. Thompson.

Thompson, William E.
Tombstone –William E. Thompson, Pvt. Batt. B. N. G. of PA, enlisted Apr. 27,
1898, discharged Nov. 27, 1898, born July 16, 1857, died Jan. 5, 1929.
Greenwood records –William E. Thompson, Int. # 4134, interred
January 8, 1929, died January 5, 1929 in Sharpsburg of heart disease.
Location 2-18-10 in lot owned by Wm. D. Thompson.

Tilghman, George W.
Tombstone – George W. Tilghman, 1842 – 1915, Father
Family Stones
Clara K. Tilghman– 1888 – 1980
Garret Tilghman – born ---5, 1872, died Dec. 13, 1875
George W. Tilghman – 1886 – 1952
Mary Eli--- Tilghman - born May 2, 1875, died Dec. 5, 1875
Thomas Richard Tilghman – 1914 - 1940
Sophia Mayhew Tilghman – 1845 – 1915, Mother
SUV list – Private Cavalry, Co. C. 2nd Reg. Maryland, discharged Feb. 6, 1864
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - living in Sharpsburg, enlisted June 23, 1863.
Greenwood records –George Tilghman, Int. # 2859, interred November 16, 1915,
died November 13, 1915 in Aspinwall, age 73y8m6d, born in Maryland.
Soldier. Location 2-8-2 in lot owned by George Tilghman.

Weichel, Alex P.
Tombstone – no stone
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier, killed at Gettysburg July 2, 1863, age 20.
63rd Regimental history – Mustered in August 1, 1861, Promoted to 7th corporal
July 1863. Killed by a shell at Gettysburg July 2, 1863. First man killed
in Sherfy’s Peach Orchard.
Greenwood records – not listed as Alex Weichel, however the family has several
early burials that are not named.

Weichel, Joseph S.
Tombstone – Joseph S. Weichel, 1845 – 1917, Father
Family stones
George Doads, Our Father, born Dec. 24, 1791, died Aug. 24, 1862
George, son of J. & MA Mayhew, born June 15, 1845, died Jan. 22, 18—4
(unreadable poem)
Hannan, Daughter of J & MA Mayhew, born Oct. 15, 1850, died May 2,
1858
Johnston Mayhew, born Feb. 4, 1816, died Feb. 22, 1889, Father
Mary Ann, wife of Johnston Mayhew, born Nov. 8, 1824, died Jan.15,
1882 (unreadable poem)
Mary Ann, daughter of J & MA Mayhew, born June 22, 1843, died
Jan. 28, 1859
Weichel, Sarah E. – 1845 – 1927, Mother
SUV list – Co. H. 5th Reg. PA, private, heavy artillery, enlisted Sept. 5, 1864 at
Camp Reynolds, Pittsburgh., discharged June 30, 1865 at Pittsburgh.
Greenwood records – Joseph S. Weichel, Int. # 3018, interred November 5, 1917,
died November 2, 1917 in Sharpsburg of pleuro pneumonia at age 72.
Soldier. Location 2-8-X in lot owned by Barbara Mayhew.



Section 3 - an early family section, with removals from other cemeteries


Bean, William E.
Tombstone – no stone
Family stones
Arabella Bean, 1857 – 1926
Mattie Bean, 1881 – 1961, Mother
Hunter C. Waldo, 1878 – 1958, Father
SUV list – private, heavy artillery, born 1847, Co. A. 53rd Reg. PA Volunteers,
enlisted February 25, 1864, discharged August 7, 1865
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - living in Sharpsburg, listed with Co. K of the 14th PA
Volunteers from February 25, 1864 to August 7, 1865. There is a note that his index
finger was shot off.
Greenwood records – Wm. E. Bean, Int. # 3227, interred December 23, 1919,
died December 20, 1919 in Sharpsburg age 72 of broncho pneumonia.
Soldier. Location 3-13-6 in lot owned by W. E. Bean

Gamble, John L.
Tombstone – John L. Gamble, Pvt. Co. D, 6 PA Hv. Arty., May 9, 1839, Jun 14, 1918 (a new stone 2007)
Greenwood records – John L. Gamble, Int. # 3070, interred June 17, 1918, died
June 14, 1918 in Pittsburgh at age 79 of burns. Soldier. Location 3-2-1
in a lot owned by Mrs. Margaret Gamble.
Research file – Member of Co. D 6th PA Heavy Artillery from August 1864 to
June 1865. Living in Butler County before the war. Married Alice Wise
and resided in Butler County, Tarentum and Etna. Married Margaret
Thompson in 1887. Applied for pension in 1897. Died of injuries in a
fire at the Metropolitan store at the corner of Fifth and Wood Streets on
June 14, 1918 at his post of night watchman.

Gant, Matthew
Tombstone – no stone (GAR flag holder)
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. B 37th Reg. PA Volunteers. Enlisted September
1, 1861 at Pittsburgh, discharged February 6, 1862 with surgeon’s
certificate, wounded in action.
Greenwood records – Mathew Gant, Int. # 227, interred January 13, 1882, died
January 12, 1882, died in Dixmont. Location 3-10-9 in singles.

Grubbs, Joseph
Tombstone – Joseph Grubbs, Co. B 63 PA Vol. Inf., Jan. 1, 1914
Family stones
Ellen Jane Grubbs, 1852 – 1935, MOTHER
Frank E. Grubbs, 1880 – 1962
Gussie R. Grubbs, 1884 – 1950
George Wilbert Gallagher Jr., 1904 – 1932
Maryetta Grubbs, 1874 – 1903
Joey S. Grubbs, 1885 – 1886
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier buried January 1, 1914
Ancestry.com – Enlisted August 1, 1861 in 63rd PA Volunteers, transferred
December 1863 to US Veteran’s Reserve Corp., Discharged 1 August
1864.
63rd Regimental history – Detailed as Brigade blacksmith.
Greenwood records – Joseph Grubbs, Int. # 2699, interred January 3, 1914, died
in O’Hara Twp. at age 75y5m19d. Soldier. Location 3-5-6 in lot owned
by Joseph Grubbs.

Hallett, Newton
Tombstone – Newton Hallett, Co. B. 18 PA Cav., Feb. 7, 1917
(Note: As of April, 2009 this stone is no longer there). Only a plot marker is visible.
Family stone
Margaret Hallet, 1846 - 1907
SUV list – Private, Co. G. 13th Reg. PA Vol. and Co. B. 18th PA Cavalry,
discharged July 14, 1865, died in Soldier’s Home, Erie, PA
1890 Veteran’s Schedule – Enlisted September 11, 1862
Greenwood Int. –Newton Hallett, Int. # 2960, interred February 9, 1917, died
February 7, 1917 in Erie Soldier’s Home at age 74 of acute dilation of
heart, born in New York. Soldier. Location 3-5-4 in lot owned by Newton
Hallett.

Hunter, James C.
Tombstone – James G. Hunter, Co. C. 5th PA, Oct. 18, 1926
Family stone
William Harvey, son of Joseph and Catherine Hunter, 1846 – 1917,
Brother
SUV list – Corporal, heavy artillery, Co. C. 5th Reg. PA, born 1837,
enlisted August 22, 1864 at Ft. Reynolds, Pittsburgh, discharged June 30,
1865 at Pittsburgh.
Greenwood records – James C. Hunter, Int. # 3728, interred October 22, 1926,
died October 18, 1926 in Etna, age 89 of uremia. Location 3-14-5 in
lot owned by Mansfield B. Lea.

Kennedy, Amos
Tombstone – Amos Kennedy, “Amos Kennedy, Co. C, 124th PA, Sept 26, 1886” (GAR flag holder)
SUV list – Private, infantry, Co. C 124th Reg. PA Volunteers. Enlisted August 11,
1862 in Chester Co., discharged May 17, 1863 at Harrisburg, PA.
Greenwood records – Amos Kennedy, Int. # 433, interred September 27, 1884,
died September 26, 1884. Location 3-10-12 in singles.

Lawrence, Thomas
Tombstone – Thos. Lawrence, Co. E. 63rd PA Vol. Inf.
Family stones
Ann Lawrence, 1822 – 1885, Mother
SUV list – Co. E. 63rd Reg. PA Vol., private, born 1825 Wales, enlisted
September 9, 1861 in Allegheny Co., discharged September 8, 1864,
Annapolis, absent – sick at muster out.
63rd Regimental history – Wounded at Nelson’s farm Va. June 30, 1862.
Greenwood records – Thomas Lawrence, Int. # 924, interred December 12, 1893,
died in Sharpsburg at age 68 of dropsy. Soldier. Location 3-7-8 in lot
owned by John E. and Sarah Lawrence.

Lea, Mansfield B.
Tombstone – In memory of my beloved husband, M. B. Lea, May 30, 1846, July
29, 1904, Rest loved one Rest, Co. g. 87 Reg. PA Vol. Inf.,
Custer Post 38 GAR
Family stones
Balph Lea, May 25, 1877, June 6, 1893
Katheryne V. Lea, 1897 - (blank)
Mary E. Lea, 1855 – 1943
Harry L. Steinhauser, 1882 – 1962
SUV list – private, infantry, born May 30, 1846 in Woodville, PA, enlisted
February 25, 1865 at Pittsburgh, discharged June 29, 1865 at Alexandria,
VA.
Greenwood records – Mansfield B. Lea – Int. # 1866, interred July 31, 1904, died
July 29, 1904, born in Woodville, PA, died in Etna, age 58 of
rheumatism. Soldier. Location 3-14-5 in lot owned by Mansfield B. Lea.

Love, George
Tombstone - no stone
Greenwood records – George Love, Int. # 191, interred March 22, 1881, died May
17, 1847 in Sharpsburg, age 63. Soldier. Removed from Sharpsburg.
Location 2-4-5 in a lot owned by James Jordan.

Marshall, William
Tombstone – no stone
Greenwood records – William Marshall, Int. # 3256, interred March 4, 1920, died
March 2, 1920 in Midland PA age 78 of lobar pneumonia. Soldier.
Location 3-3-9 in lot owned by Wm. Marshall.

Parker, Joseph Reese
Tombstone – Private, U.S. ----, J. R. Parker, 63rd PA Inf. (poor condition)
SUV list – Musician, fife major of regiment, 63rd Regiment, PA Volunteers and
possibly 7th US Vet. Vol. Inf., enlisted August 1, 1861 in Allegheny Co.,
discharged August 5, 1864 at Pittsburgh, born in PA, died March 31,
1888 in Sharpsburg.
Greenwood records – J. Reese Parker, Int. # 506 and ½, interred April 3, 1888.
Location 3-1-2 in lot owned by Mrs. Julia Parker.

Pooser, Rudolph
Tombstone – no stone
SUV list – private, discharged July 3, 1865, listed as being buried in Greenwood.
Greenwood records – no internment listed


Sallade, Thomas W.
Tombstone - no stone
SUV list – Private, infantry, Co. K. 40th Reg. PA Volunteers, born 1843, enlisted
July 26, 1861, discharged June 28, 1865. Transferred to 190th Regiment
on May 31, 1864.
Greenwood records – Thomas Sallade, Int. # 3619, interred July 30, 1925, died
July 29, 1925 in Pittsburgh, age 82 of valvular heart disease. Location
3-8-12 in lot owned by Thomas W. Sallade.

Saylor, Samuel
Tombstone – no stone
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier, buried January 7, 1899 age 83.
1890 Veteran’s schedule – Samuel Sailor, Private Co. I 5th PRC, enlisted June 1, 1861,
discharged on surgeon’s certificate September 11, 1862
Greenwood records – Samuel Saylor, Int. # 1385, interred January 7, 1900, died
in Sharpsburg, age 83. Soldier. Location 3-14-8 in a lot owned by John
W. Higgs.

Tarr, Alexander
Tombstone - no stone
SUV list – Private, 14th Cavalry, Co. F 14th PA Volunteers, possibly the 159th PA
Volunteers also. Enlisted March 17, 1864 at Camp Howe near Pittsburgh,
discharged August 24, 1865 at Ft. Levenworth, Kansas.
1890 Federal Veteran’s Schedule – widow in Sharpsburg, applied for pension
November 14, 1889. Alexander was shot in the head, had frozen feet, was
imprisoned in Libby Prison and contracted lung trouble from which he
later died.
Greenwood records – Alexander Tarr, Int. # 484, interred November 21, 1887,
Co. F. 159 Reg. PA Vol. note. Location 3-2-7 in lot owned by S. H. Frey.


Thompson, George
Tombstone - no stone
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier, buried June 9, 1893 age 60
Greenwood records – George Thompson, Int. # 880, interred June 9, 1893, born
in Scotland, died in Etna, age 60 of Bright’s disease of the kidneys.
Soldier. Location 3-35-1 in lot owned by Mrs. Sarah A. Thompson.




Section 4 - a family section


Beatty, Harry E.
Tombstone – Henry E. Beatty, 1846 – 1909
Family stones
F. Hall Beatty, 1823 – 1894
Francis Andrew Beatty
FATHER, John B. Beatty, 1821 – 1893
MOTHER, Sarah Beatty, 1823 – 1900
Minnie E. Graham, 1849 – 1927
SUV list – private, heavy artillery, Co. A. 5th Reg. PA, born 1846, enlisted August
6, 1864 at Fort Reynolds, Allegheny County, discharged June 30, 1865 at
Pittsburgh.
Greenwood records – Harry E. Beatty, Int. # 2358, interred August 9, 1909, died
1909 in Charleroi, PA, age 63 of apoplexy, born O’Hara Twp. Soldier.
Location 4-5-18 in lot owned by Sarah Beatty.


Calvert, Rev. Alexander H.
Tombstone – Alexander H. Calvert, D. D., Mar. 16, 1837, Nov. 30, 1901
Also a large monument – Alexander H. Calvert, D. D., PASTOR, United
Presbyterian Church, Etna, 1868 – 1901, CALVERT
Family stones
Angeline I. Calvert, Feb. 6, 1877, June 6, 1972
Charles A. Calvert, Nov. 30, 1915, Aug. 22, 1916
George H. Calvert, Feb. 2, 1873, May 25, 1940
Jane Scott Calvert, July 27, 1837, Sept. 6, 1915
J. Edward Calvert, April 22, 1876, July 5, 1966
John L. R. Calvert, died May 17, 1891, aged 11 yrs and 6 mos.
Scott A. Calvert, June 7, 1928, June 13, 1929
SUV list – Rev. Alexander H. Calvert, private
1890 Veteran’s schedule – Co. F. 140th PA Inf., enlisted 21 August 1862 as a
sergeant, discharged 3 Feb. 1863 as a 2nd lieutenant. 1890 home in Etna.
Greenwood records – Rev. Alexander H. Calvert, Int. # 1563, interred December
3, 1901, born New Sheffield, Beaver Co., died in Etna, age 64y8m17d of
apoplexy. Soldier. Location 4-5-15 & 16 in a lot owned by Rev. A. H.
Calvert.


Ellerbrock, Edward H.
Tombstone – Edward H. Ellerbrock, Pvt. Co. F. 3rd Engrs., enlisted July 29,
1898, discharged May 17, 1899, born Feb. 14, 1875, died Sept. 6, 1944
Family stones
Amelia L. Ellerbrock, January 22, 1882, September 19, 1956, Mother
Greenwood records – Int. # 12774, interred September 10, 1944, died September
6, 1944 in Pittsburgh, age 68 of broncho pneumonia. Location 4-4-5.


Henry, Joseph G.
Tombstone – Joseph Garvin Henry, March 16, 1841, March 15, 1894
Joseph G. Henry – “Joseph Garvin, March 16, 1841, March 15, 1894” –
one half of a family monument that also lists his wife “Eliza Jane,
July 24, 1846, April 21, 1915” with the name “Henry”.
Family stones
Mother, Eliza Jane Henry, born Nov. 6, 1818, died Dec. 9, 1890, at rest
Eliza Jane Henry, July 24, 1846, April 21, 1915
George W. Henry, 1865 – 1929
Joseph A. Henry, Feb. 9, 1867, Oct. 16, 1906
Laura Hays Henry, Sept. 20, 1875, Sept. 2, 1880
Nancy S. Henry, wife of John Wetzig, born Aug. 19, 1852, died Oct. 2, 1883
Father, Wilson Henry, born Mar. 25, 1815, died Aug. 21, 1899, at rest.
Wilson Henry, 1856 – 1918
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. C. 12th Reg. PA Volunteers, born March 16,
1841, enlisted April 25, 1861 at Pittsburgh, discharged August 5, 1861 at
Harrisburg, died March 15, 1894. Member of Gen. Custer GAR Post 38.
1890 Federal Veteran’s Schedule – Residence in O’ Hara Twp. (Hoboken),
Private Co. G. PA Artillery, enlisted January 1864, discharged June 1865.
Greenwood records – Joseph G. Henry, Int. # 942, interred March 17, 1894, born
in Armstrong Co., died at Sharpsburg, age 53 of dropsy. Location
4-2-11 in a lot owned by Wilson Henry.


Hohn, Nickolas
Tombstone – Father, Nicholas Hohn, 1821 – 1911 (GAR flag holder)
Family stones
Blanche R. Hohn, 1867 – 1960
Our Baby, Chas. N. Hohn, 1867 – 1869
Eva Mary Hohn, June 18, 1890, Age 3 days
George H. Hohn, 1851 – 1931
Our Son, James S. Hohn, 1861 – 1891
Mother, Mary Hohn, 1828 – 1911
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. D. 77th Reg. PA Vol., enlisted February 16, 1865,
discharged December 6, 1865 at Philadelphia.
Greenwood records – Nickolas Hohn, Int. # 2502, interred April 25, 1911, died
April 22, 1911 in Aspinwall at age 89 of bronchitis. Soldier. Location
4-9-11 in lot owned by Nicholas Hohn.


Kennedy, Wm. H.
Tombstone – William H. Kennedy, Pvt. Co. D 155th Ohio Vols., enlisted May 2,
1864, discharged Aug. 27, 1864, born Feb. 5, 1829, died Sept. 21, 1913
Family stones
Eleanor Kennedy, 1831 – 1913
Helen M. Kennedy, 1873 – 1900
Luella P. Kennedy, 1863 – 1948
Virginia R., 1889 – 1928
SUV list – Wm. H. Kennedy, private, infantry, Co. B. 77th and Co. D. 155th Reg.
PA Vol., enlisted May 2, 1864 at Pittsburgh, discharged August 27, 1864
at Philadelphia.
Greenwood records – Wm. H. Kennedy, Int. # 2673, interred September 24, 1913,
died September 22, 1913 in Etna, age 84 of heart failure due to old age.
Location 4-8-11 & 12 in lot owned by Dr. W. E. Johnston.


McPherson, Robert R.
Tombstone – Brother, Robert McPherson, of Co. B., born July 23, 1825,
killed June 28, 1862 at the Seven Days Battle of Fort Richmond and lies
buried in an unknown grave.
Family stones
Martha McAllister, died April 13, 184-, aged 86 years.
Brother, Archibald McPherson, born Aug. 5, 1816, died Oct. 17, 1871
Jane McPherson, July 13, 1822, Jan. 11, 1873
John S. McPherson, April 21, 1834, Aug. 17, 1891 (former superindendant of Greenwood Cemetery)
Joseph McPherson, Sept. 26, 1836, April 11, 1889
Martha, wife of Robert McPherson Sr., born Oct. 31, 1792, died Aug. 15,
1867
Mary McPherson, Aug. 23, 1830, Feb. 24, 1890
Robert McPherson, born July 26, 1783, died Nov. 12, 1867 (from Lancaster County)
Sarah A. McPherson, June 19, 1840, Jan. 17, 1919
SUV list – private, infantry, enlisted August 1, 1861 for 3 years at Camp Shields,
Killed in action June 30, 1862 at the Battle of Nelson’s Farm,
Glendale, Va.
Greenwood records – no official internment. Artifacts removed from Allegheny
Cemetery in his name on March 17, 1892.


Miller, Cornelius Wilson
Tombstone – C. W. Millar, Co. E. 63rd PA Vol.
SUV list – Corporal, infantry, Co. E. 63rd Reg. PA Vol., enlisted December 6,
1861 at Pittsburgh, killed in action June 30, 1862 at the battle of Nelson’s
Farm, Va., age 19, listed on muster out roll at Petersburg on September 9, 1864.
63rd Regimental history – Killed at Charles City Cross Roads, Va. June 30, 1862.
Brother R. Howard Millar.
Greenwood records – listed under John Millar (father), interred March 17, 1899,
died February 17, 1880, removed from Pine Creek Cemetery, John died in
Shaler Twp., age 71. Son’s body either buried with him or
commemorated at his father’s grave. Location 4-5-19 in lot owned by
Robert H. Miller and Mary Cunningham.


Miller, Robert Howard
Tombstone – Lieut. Robt. H. Millar, Co. E., 63rd PA Inf.
SUV list – 1st Lieutenant, infantry, Co. E. Reg. 63rd PA Vol., born in 1837,
enlisted January 18, 1863 at Pittsburgh, discharged 1864, absent at muster
out, ill, wounded at Battle of the Wilderness, died February 2, 1899.
Greenwood records – Robert H. Miller, Int. # 1304, interred February 5, 1899,
born Shaler Twp., died in Pittsburgh, age 62 of gastric catarrh. Soldier.
Location 4-5-19 in lot owned by Robert H. Miller and Mary Cunningham.

Roach, Edward H.
Tombstone – Edward H. Roach, Co. B 193 PA Vol., Inf. Jan. 20, 1885
Family stones
C. A. England, born in Delaware, 1838, died 1902
Mary Ann Roach, 1813 – 1896
Rev. Wm. Gundry Roach, 1795 – 1881
SUV list – corporal, infantry, Co. H. 193rd Reg. PA Vol., enlisted July 19, 1864 at
Camp Howe, Pittsburgh, discharged November 9, 1864 at Pittsburgh.
Greenwood records – Edward Roach, Int. # 1931, interred January 20, 1905, died
January 18, 1905 at Pittsburgh, age 61y8m13d of chronic catarrh of
stomach. Soldier. Location 4-3-13 in a lot owned by Mrs. Mary A.
Roach.


Slater, Albert Henry
Tombstone – Albert H. Slater, 1844 – 1906, Husband
Family stones
Alice Slater Burnett, 1874 – 1938
Jessie O. Grimm, 1886 - 1944
Albert H. II, 1887 – 1962, Father
Bella J. Slater, 1876 – 1965, Mother
Elmira J. Slater, 1868 – 1923, Dau.
Frank M. Slater, 1876 – 1934, Daddy
Hiram Slater, 1872 – 1892, Son
Laura Frances, 1886 – 1959, Mother (same stone as Albert II)
Lilliam Walker Slater, Jan. 28, 1917, Jan. 7, 1973, Wife of Lyman Edwyn
Lyman Edwin Slater, S. Sgt. US Army, World War II, Oct. 5, 1908, Nov. 12, 1979
Mary J. Slater, 1854 - 1924
Samuel F. Slater, 1852 - 1924
Sarah McC. Slater, 1843 – 1923, Wife
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier, buried November 3, 1906 age 61
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - Residence in O'HAra Twp., private Co. I 15th Massachusetts
Infantry, enlisted August 6, 1861, discharged June 4, 1864 on a surgeon's certificate
of disability.
Greenwood records – Albert Henry Slater, Int. # 2105, interred November 3,
1906, died October 31, 1906, born in Massachusetts, died in Cambridge
Springs at age 61 of heart disease. Soldier. Location 4-11-11 in lot owned
by A. H. Slater.


Thomas, Phillip
Tombstone – Philip Thomas, Private, ---6th , Battery C, Heavy Art., enlisted Aug.
20, 1864, discharged June 3, 1863, born May 12, 1840, died Ap. 19, 1891.
Family stones
George H., 1869 – 1884, SON
Isabella Graham Thomas, 1889 – 1973
large monument , THOMAS
Mary J., 1849 – 1934, Mother
Philip, 1840 – 1891, Father
Walter W. J. Thomas, 1885 – 1965, Son
SUV list – Private, Heavy Artillery, Co. C. 6th Reg. PA Volunteers, enlisted
September 5, 1864 at Camp Reynolds, Pittsburgh, discharged June 13,
1865 at Pittsburgh.
Greenwood records – Philip Thomas, Int. # 3358, interred November 30, 1921,
died April 22, 1891 in Indiana Twp., age 52 of tuberculosis. Removed
from Pine Creek cemetery. Soldier. Location 4-4-8 in lot owned by
Mary Thomas.




Section 5 - a family and Veteran's section

Anderson, Jesse
Tombstone – Jesse Anderson, Pvt. Tr. A. 10th Cav., Enlisted Ap. 19, 1899,
Discharged Ap. 18, 1902, Born May 19, 1878, Died May 8, 1935.
Greenwood records – Jesse Anderson, Int. # 6718, interred May 12, 1935, died
May 8, 1935 in Pittsburgh, age 58 of aortic syphilitic. Location 5-12-26
in Veterans Plot

Arnold, John
Tombstone – John Arnold, Pvt. Tr. G 10th US Cav., Enlisted May 10, 1897,
Discharged Nov. 15, 1898, Born Mar. 30, 1871, Died Jan. 2, 1943
Greenwood records – Int. # 11501, interred January 5, 1943, died January 2, 1943
in Pittsburgh age 71 of uremia. Location 5-14-5 in a World War soldiers
section.

Bachtold, John
Tombstone – John Bachtold, Co. K. 139th PA Vol., Inf., July 20, 1915
Family stones
Catherine Bachtold, 1842 – 1930
Dora Kammer, 1851 – 1931
John Kammer, 1839 - 1902
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. K. 139th Reg. PA Vol., Enlisted September 1,
1864, discharged August 23, 1865.
Greenwood records – John Becktold, Int. # 2830, interred July 22, 1915, died July
20, 1915 in Sharpsburg, age 74y5m18d of heart disease. Soldier. Location 5-10-11
in lot owned by Mrs. Dora Kammer.

Baird, John Sr.
Tombstone – John Baird, Co. B 105th PA Vol., Oct. 28, 1908
Family stones
Kate C. Baird, Aug. 12, 1858, Dec. 23, 1928
My Wife, Thressa Ann, wife of John Baird, Died Feb. 18, 1880, Aged 42 years.
Mother, Ella N. Newell, 1860 – 1912
SUV list – Sergeant Co. B 63Reg, PA Volunteers, Corporal 105th Reg. Pa Vol.
Infantry, Co. B 99th PA, discharged Dec. 29, 1863, August 7, 1865, born 1835.
63rd Regimental history – Mustered in August 1, 1861in C. B 63rd PA Vol.
Detailed as division provost guard by special order. Wounded at
Nelson’s Farm, Va. June 30, 1862, severely wounded at Chancellorsville
May 3, 1863, transferred to Co. B 105th PR Vol.
Greenwood records – John Baird Sr., Int. # 2299, interred October 30, 1908, died
October 28, 1908 in Sharpsburg, age 73 of myocarditis. Soldier.
Location 5-13-9 in lot owned by John Baird.

Bell, Fred L.
Tombstone – Fred L. Bell, Pvt. Co. H. 24th Inf., Enlisted Sept. 18, 1900,
Discharged Sept. 17, 1903, Born Mar. 4, 1879, Died Nov. 24, 1936
Greenwood records – Fred L. Bell, Int. # 7553, interred November 28, 1936, died
November 24, 1936 in Pittsburgh at age 57y8m20d of a cerebral
hemorrhage. Location 5-12-16 in Veteran’s Section.

Bell, Jacob S.
Tombstone – Jacob S. Bell, 1845 – 1920, Co. D. 62 P.V., father (poor condition)
Family stones
Anna B. Bell, 1850 – 1914, mother
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. D. 62nd Reg. PA Volunteers, born 1845, enlisted
July 24, 1861 at Armstrong County, discharged December 10, 1862.
Greenwood records – Jacob S. Bell, Int. # 3288, interred December 28, 1920, died
December 26, 1920 age 73 of Apoplexy. Soldier. Location 5-12-10 in lot
owned by Jacob Bell.

Blackhurst, Albert
Tombstone – Albert Blackhurst, Co. C. 14th PA Vol., Enlisted June 13, 1898,
Discharged Feb. 28, 1899, Born May 17, 1878, Died July 5, 1932
Greenwood records – Albert Blackhurst, Int. # 8519, interred July 8, 1938, died
July 5, 1938 in Allegheny County, age 60 of hypertension artery.
Location 5-12-14 in a World War Soldier’s Plot.


Burris, Henry H.
Tombstone – Henry H. Burns, Co. D. Pa Vol., Jan. 17, 1917 (poor condition)
Family stones
Emma Burris, 1842 – 1915
Carrie Burris Eschman, 1870 – 1938
Harry D. Smith, November 10, 1887, October 8, 1951
Minnie Louise Smith, 1867 – 1951, mother
Wm. Russel Smith, 1865 – 1950, father
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. D. 52nd Reg. PA Volunteers, born 1845, enlisted
October 11, 1861 in Union County, discharge November 15, 1865.
Greenwood records – Henry J. Burris, Int. # 2952, interred January 18, 1917, died
January 17, 1917 in Sharpsburg, age 72 of lobar pneumonia. Soldier.
Location 5-11-8 in a lot owned by W. R. Smith and H. H. Burris.


Cowan, John
Tombstone – John Cowan, Co. ---- PA Res. , Dec. 28, 1906 (poor condition)
Family stones
Angeline Cowan, 1869 – 1929
Charlotte, wife of John Cowan, Died Feb. 1, 1899, Asleep in Jesus,Mother
Mary Lenora Cowan, 1877 – 1944
Philip Miller, 1818 – 1897, at rest, Miller
SUV list – private, Co. D. 11th Reg. PA Reserves, 40th Reg. PVI, born 1840,
enlisted July 5, 1861 in Butler Co., discharged November 27, 1862
Greenwood records – John Cowan, Int. # 2126, interred December 29, 1906, died
in Aspinwall age 66 of angina pectoris. Soldier. Location 5-16-6 in lot
owned by Mrs. Charlotte J. Cowan.


Cox, Michael
Tombstone – Michael Cox, Cook Co. D. 8th Inf., Enlisted Feb. 17, 1897,
Discharged Feb. 16, 1900, Born Sept. 18, 1856, Died Nov. 4, 1928
Greenwood records – Michael J. Cox, Int. # 4088, interred November 7, 1928,
died November 4, 1928 at Sharpsburg, age 75 of a cerebral hemorrhage.
Location 5-12-13 in the Veteran’s Section.


Cramer, John W.
Tombstone – John W. Cramer, Pvt. Co. G. 18th Reg., Enlisted Apr. 27, 1898,
Discharged Oct. 27, 1898, Born 1880, Died Nov. 12, 1941
Greenwood records – Int. # 10701, interred November 15, 1941, died November
12, 1941 in Pittsburgh, age 65. Found drowned. Location 5-14-12 in the
World War soldier’s section.


Crea, Thomas
Tombstone – Thomas Crea, Pvt. Co. D. 77th Inf., Enlisted Mar. 6, 1865,
Discharged Dec. 6, 1865, Born Mar. 7, 1848, Died July 20, 1930
SUV list – private, infantry, CO. D. 77th Reg. PA Volunteers, born March 7,
1848, enlisted March 6, 1865, discharged December 6, 1865 at
Philadelphia.
Greenwood records – Thomas Crea, Int. # 4668, interred July 22, 1930, died July
20, 1930 in Blawnox at age 89 of carcinoma of colon. Soldier. Location
5-10-6 in a lot owned by the Gen. George A. Custer Post 38 GAR.

England, Samuel
Tombstone – Brother, Samuel England, died June 5, 1877, aged 36 years, Co. C 9th PA Reserve
Family stones
Mother, Anna Elizabeth England, died Nov. 12, 1884, aged 65 years
Father, John England, died Sept. 7, 1881, aged 63 years
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier buried June 7, 1877 age 36
Greenwood records – Samuel England, Int. # 75, interred June 7, 1877, died June
6, 1877, born West Virginia, died Sharpsburg, age 36y7m19d of nervous
prostration. Location 5-13-10 in lot owned by John England.

Fleming, Samuel
Tombstone – Samuel Fleming, Co. K --3—PA Vol., Dec. 2, 1896
(poor condition) 13th from left behind Soldier's Monument
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. K. 136th and Co. I 136th Reg. PA Volunteers,
born 1830, discharged May 24, 1863, died December 2, 1896.
1890 Federal Veteran’s Schedule – residence in Sharpsburg, listed as private in
the 135th PA Volunteers, enlisted August 7, 1862.
Greenwood records – Samuel Fleming, Int. # 1151, interred December 4, 1896,
died in Sharpsburg at age 66 due to accident. Soldier. Location 5-10-6
in lot owned by the Gen. George A. Custer Post 38 GAR,

Frape, Henry C.
Tombstone – Henry C. Frape, Co. B Heavy Art. NY Vol., March 20, 1920
(poor condition) 16th from the left behind the Soldier's Monument
SUV list – private, heavy artillery, CO. B. 5th Reg. New York, born 1845, enlisted
February 22, 1864, discharged July 19, 1865.
Greenwood records – Henry C. Frape, Int. # 3261, interred March 22, 1920, died
March 19, 1920 in Sharpsburg at age 75y3m3d of cirrhosis of liver.
Soldier. Location 5-10-5 in lot owned by the Gen. George A. Custer Post
38 GAR.

Frey, Fred O.
Tombstone – Fred O. Frey, Pvt. Co. H 18th PVI, Enlisted April 27, 1898,
Discharged Oct. 8, 1898, Born Sept. 12, 1881, Died Nov. 22, 1943
Greenwood records – Fred Frey, Int. # 12222, interred November 24, 1943, died
November 22, 1943, soldier, died in Pittsburgh at age 62 of pneumonia.
Location 5-15-8 in the Veteran’s section.


Gift, George W.
Tombstone – Geo. Gift, Co. G 38 PA Vol., Feb. 10, 1916
(poor condition in 1985, gone in 2007) 15th from the left behind monument
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. G. 38th Reg. PA Volunteers, born 1842, enlisted
May 4, 1861 in Allegheny County, discharged May 12, 1864 in Pittsburgh.
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - listed in Etna as a former private in Co. G of the 9th PA,
enlisted May 4, 1861, discharged May 12, 1864.
Greenwood records – George Gift, Int. # 2886, interred February 13, 1916, died
February 10, 1916 in O’Hara Township at age 74 of entero colitis.
Soldier. Location 5-10-6 in a lot owned by the Gen. George A. Custer
Post 38 GAR.

Grubb, Charles W.
Tombstone – Charles W. Grubb, Pvt. Co. A 2nd Virginia Inf., Enlisted June 21,
1898, Discharged Dec. 8, 1998, Born Jul. 1, 1881, Died Jun. 10, 1932.
Greenwood records – Charles Grubb, Int. # 5389, interred June 13, 1932, died
June 10, 1932 in Pittsburgh, age 50 of lobar pneumonia. Location 5-12-24
in the World War Veterans Plot. Spanish American soldier.

Hayes, Preston
Tombstone – Preston Hayes, Pvt. TR K 10th US Cav., Enlisted Oct. 12, 1898,
Discharged Aug. 17, 1900, Born Aug. 28, 1880, Died Apr. 17, 1943
Greenwood records – Int. # 11761, interred April 22, 1943, died April 17, 1943 in
O’Hara Twp., age 62 of “ruptured”. Location 5-14-4 in the Veteran’s
section.

Holmesley, Albert
Tombstone – Albert Boyd Holmesley, Trumpeter Co. G. 1st NC Vol., Enlisted
Jun. 21, 1898, discharged Ap. 22, 1899, Born Jan. 11, 1880, Died Nov. 27, 1931
Greenwood records – Albert Holmesley, Int. # 5187, interred November 29, 1931,
died November 27, 1931in Pittsburgh, age 51 due to toxemia secondary to
gangrene. Location 5-12-25 in World War Veterans Plot.

Hundley, Samuel
Tombstone – Samuel Hundley, Pvt. Troop K 9th US Cav., Enlisted July 15, 1898,
Discharged Jan. 31, 1899, Age 52, Died Jan. 7, 1929
Greenwood records – Samuel Hundley, Int. # 4153, interred January 16, 1929,
died January 7, 1929 in Pittsburgh, age 52 of acute alcoholism. Location
5-12-15 in Veteran’s Section.

Hunter, John S.
Tombstone – John S. Hunter, Co. E., 63 PA Vol. Inf., Jan. 28, 1916 (old stone)
New Tombstone – John Stewart Hunter, Pvt. Co E 63 PA Inf., Sept. 15, 1841,
Jan. 28, 1916
Family stones
James H. Francies, 1903 – 1906, son
Mignonette Francies, 1875 – 1944, mother
mother, Agnes (Hunter), June 11, 1846, Oct. 4, 1897
Flossie, wife of H. H. Hunter, Feb. 26, 1879, Jan. 9, 1907
Harland H. Hunter, 1869 – 1944, husband
wife, Lula G. Hunter, 1883 – 1964
Mignonette P. Neff, 1908 – 1963, mother
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. E. 63rd Reg. PA Volunteers, enlisted September
9, 1861 at Pittsburgh, discharged September 8, 1864.
Greenwood records – John S. Hunter, Int. # 2881, interred January 31, 1916, died
in Etna, age 74 of arterio sclerosis. Soldier. Location 5-8-1 in lot owned
by James S. Hunter.

Jefferson, Henry
Tombstone – Henry Jefferson alias Jackson, Pvt. Co. L. 11th Heavy Art., Enlisted
Dec. 31, 1863, Discharged Oct. 2, 1865, Born June 4, 1840, Died Jan. 28, 1929
Greenwood records – Henry Jefferson alias Jackson, Int. # 4168, interred January
30, 1929 , died January 28, 1929 in Pittsburgh, age 88 chronic nephritis.
Location 5-12-15 in Veteran’s Section.

Jeremiah, William
Tombstone – Wm. Jeremiah, Co. K. 194th PA Vo. Inf., Dec. 27, 1908
(stone is the 2nd from the left behind the Soldier's Monument)
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. K. 194th Reg. PA Volunteers, born 1846, enlisted
July 18, 1864 at Harrisburg, discharged November 6, 1864 at Harrisburg
died December 27, 1908 in Etna.
Greenwood records – William Jeremiah, Int. # 2313, interred December 30, 1908,
born in South Wales, died Etna, age 62 of an abscess under the orbit.
Soldier. Location 5-11-6 in a lot owned by the Gen. George A. Custer
Post 38 GAR.

Johns, Samuel V.
Tombstone – Samuel V. Johns, Co. C. 4 PA Cav., Dec. 28, 1905
(3rd stone from the left behind the Soldier's Monument)
SUV list – private, cavalry, Co. C. 4th Reg. PA, enlisted February 12, 1864 in
Westmoreland CO., discharged July 1, 1865 at Lynchburg, Va., died
December 28, 1905.
Greenwood records – Samuel V. Johns, Int. # 2027, interred December 31, 1905,
born Indiana, died Independence Twp., Beaver Co., age 98 of spinal
meningitis. Soldier. Location 5-11-6 in lot owned by the Gen. George A.
Custer Post 38 GAR


Kammer, John
Tombstone – Kammer, John, 1839 - 1902
Family stones
Dora Kammer, 1851 - 1931 (same stone as John)
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. C. 15th Reg. PA Volunteers, born 1839, enlisted
April 27, 1861 at Pittston, Lucerne Co., discharged August 7, 1861 at
Carlisle, PA, died January 2, 1903.
Greenwood records – John Kammer, Int. # 1653, interred January 4, 1903, born in
Germany, died in O’Hara Twp., age 63y4m5d. Soldier. Location
5-10-11 in lot owned by Mrs. Dora Kammer.

Kettering, Andrew R.
Tombstone – Andrew A. Kettering, Co. E. 7 PA Hvy. Art., April 10, 1912
1st stone on the left behind the Soldier's Monument
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier, buried April 10, 1912 age 71
1890 Veteran’s schedule – A. A. Kettering, home Sharpsburg, Private, Batt. E.
New York, enlisted February 1864, discharged July 1865.
Greenwood records – Andrew R. Kettering, Int. # 2564, interred April 14, 1912,
died April 10, 1912 in Sharpsburg, age 81y6m9d of senility. Soldier.
Location 5-11-6 in a lot owned by the Gen. George A. Custer Post 38
GAR.

Keifer, Ludwig
Tombstone – Ludwig Kiefer, Co. G 94 PA Vol., Mar ---- 1899 (poor condition)
9th stone from the left behind Civil War monument
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. G. 94th Reg. PA Vol. Also listed for the 74th Reg.
born 1823, enlisted October 10, 1861, discharged November 17, 1864.
Greenwood records – Ludwig Kiefer, Int. # 1311, interred March 9, 1899, born in
Germany, died in Sharpsburg, age 71. Soldier. Location 5-10-6 in lot
owned by the Gen. George A. Custer Post 38 GAR.

Kimble, William
Tombstone – no stone
Greenwood records – William Kimble, Int. # 3655, interred January 5, 1926, died
January 2, 1926 in Sharpsburg, age 87 of apoplexy. Soldier. Location
5-10-17 in lot owned by William Kimble.

Klever, Joseph
Tombstone – Joseph Kleber, Co. A W. VA. Vol., Jan. 10, 1899 (poor condition)
10th stone from the left behind the Civil War monument
SUV list – listed as Joseph Klever, private, infantry, Co. A. 1st Reg. West Virginia
Volunteers, died January 10, 1899.
Greenwood records – Joseph Kleber, Int. # 1294, interred January 12, 1899.
Soldier. Location 5-10-6 in a lot owned by the Gen. George A. Custer
Post 38 GAR.

Kleinfelter, Jesse
Tombstone – Jesse Klinefelter, Co. F. 4th D S Inf.
Family stones
Barbara Kleinfelter, 1835 – 1877
Jesse Kleinfelter, 1833 – 1875
Jesse Kleinfelter, 1859 – 1941, Father
Josephine, Dau. of Jesse & Barbara Kleinfelter, 1861 - 1879
Margaret Kleinfelter, 1858 – 1935, Mother
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. F. 4th Reg. US, born 1822
Greenwood records – Jesse Kleinfelter, Int. # 5, interred March 1, 1875, died
February 27, 1875 in Indiana Twp. age 42 of [Schrosis of liver and
softening of stomick]. Location 5-17-7 in lot owned by Jesse Kleinfelter.

Lewis, John C.
Tombstone – Corpl. John L. Lewis, Co. C. PA H. A.
SUV list – private, heavy artillery, listed as John C. Lewis, Co. C. 5th Reg. PA,
born 1829, enlisted September 1, 1864 at Fort Reynolds, Pittsburgh,
Discharged June 30, 1865 at Pittsburgh, died 1913 [sic].
Greenwood records – Jno. L. Lewis, Int. # 2787, interred February 6, 1915, died
February 4, 1915 in Philadelphia, age 86 of acute indigestion. Soldier.
Location 5-16-1 in lot owned by John L. Lewis.

Lindsay, David H.
Tombstone – David H. Lindsay, Private, Light Artillery, James Thompson’s Co.
C. Pennsylvania Volunteers, Enlisted Jan. 1, 1864, discharged June 13,
1865, Born Mar. 14, 1845, Died Aug. 7, 1936
SUV list – private Co. C. PA Independent Light Artillery, James Thompson’s
Co., enlisted November 13, 1861 at Pittsburgh, discharged June 30, 1865
at Pittsburgh.
Greenwood records – David H. Lindsay, Int. # 7412, interred August 11, 1933,
died August 7, 1933 in Hampton, age 91 of General arterio sclerosis.
Location 5-10-19 in lot owned by Mrs. Sadie U. Pinkerton. The last
burial of Civil War veterans.

Lingenfelter, Wilson W.
Tombstone – W. W. Lingenfelter, Co. G. 14 PA Vol. Inf., Feb. – 1912 (poor condition)
Family stones
Alice M. Campbell, 1914 –
Jehu A. Campbell, 1859 – 1928, (Mason emblem), father
Margaret Campbell, 1918 – 1918
Margaret Campbell, 1865 – 1907, mother
Martha Campbell, 1890 - 1931
Greenwood records – Wilson W. Lengenfelter, Int. # 2550, interred February 4,
1912, died in Sharpsburg at age 34y11m12d of pulmonary tuberculosis.
Location 5-7-6 in lot owned by John A. Campbell, Spanish American
soldier.


Loughran, Joseph
Tombstone – Joseph Loughran, Pvt. Co. L 20th Inf., Enlisted Dec. 19, 1898,
Discharged Dec. 18, 1901, Born Jan. 24, 1875, Died May 30, 1943
Greenwood records – Int. # 11850, interred June 3, 1943, died May 30, 1943 in
Pittsburgh age 68 of tuberculosis. Location 5-15-9 in the Veteran’s
section.

Love, James
Tombstone – James Love, Co. C PA Vol., Feb. 9, 1901 (poor condition)
SUV list – private, heavy artillery, Co. C. 5th Reg. PA Volunteers, enlisted August
20, 1864 at Camp Reynolds, Pittsburgh, discharged June 30, 1865 at
Pittsburgh, died February 9, 1901
Greenwood records – James Love, Int. # 1486, interred February 12, 1901, born
in Allegheny Co., died at DeHaven, PA at age 56y9m of heart failure.
Soldier. Location 5-11-5 in lot owned by the Gen. George A. Custer Post
38 GAR.

McCormick, Wilbur
Tombstone – Wilbur McCormick, alias William McCormick, Pvt. Co. E 14th PA
Inf, Enlisted April 27, 1898, Discharged Feb. 28, 1899, Born Sept. 8,
1862, Died Dec. 8, 1929.
Greenwood records – Wilbur McCormick alias Wm., Int. # 4433, interred
December 11, 1929, died December 8, 1929 at Pittsburgh, age 67 of a
cerebral hemorrhage. Location 5-12-19 in Soldier’s Section.

McCullough, Jethrow J.
Tombstone – Jethrow McCullough, Co A 195----(poor condition)
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier, buried May 12, 1897 age unknown.
Greenwood records, Jethrow J. McCullough, Int. # 1181, interred May 12, 1897,
died in Sharpsburg. Soldier. Location 5-10-6 in lot owned by the Gen.
George A. Custer Post 38 GAR.

McDaniels, William R.
Tombstone - ---- McDanels, --- (unreadable, very poor condition)
8th stone from left behind Civil War monument
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. E. 136th Reg. PA Volunteers, born 1835, enlisted
August 22, 1862 in Allegheny County, discharged May 29, 1863 at
Harrisburg, died April 24, 1899.
Greenwood records – William R. McDanel, Int. # 1325, interred April 26, 1899,
died in Sharpsburg at age 64. Soldier. Location 5-10-6 in lot owned by
the Gen. George A. Custer Post 38 GAR.

McElwee, Aaron M.
Tombstone – Aaron McElwee, Lt. Co. D., 30 Ill. Inf., June 11, 1910 (poor
condition) 14th from the left behind the Civil War monument
SUV list – Lieutenant, infantry, Co. D. 30th Reg. Illinois, discharged June 8, 1865,
born 1835.
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - location in Sharpsburg, private, Co. B 63rd Pa Infantry,
enlisted August 1861, discharged December 31, 1863.
Greenwood records – Aaron McElwee, Int. # 2654, interred June 13, 1913, died
June 11, 1913 in Sharpsburg at age 78y12d of apoplexy. Soldier.
Location 5-10-6 in lot owned by the Gen. George A. Custer Post 38 GAR.

McIntosh, Daniel F.
Tombstone – McIntosh, Daniel F. McIntosh, M. D. , Feb. 13, 1849, Nov. 11, 1927
SUV list – private
Greenwood records – Dr. Daniel F. McIntosh, Int. # 3872, interred November 14,
1927, died November 11, 1927 at Pittsburgh, age 78 of apoplexy.
Soldier. Location 5-9-8 in lot owned by Dr. D. F. McIntosh.

McQuire, Robert
Tombstone – Robert R. McQuire, Pvt. Co. A 12th US Inf., Enlisted December 31,
1898, Discharged Dec. 30, 1901, Born March 15, 1877, Died Dec. 9, 1938
Greenwood records – Robert McQuire, Int. # 8752, interred December 12, 1938,
died December 9, 1938 in Pittsburgh, age 61 of carcinoma of stomach.
Location 5-12-14 in Veteran’s Section.

Moales, Morris W.
Tombstone – Morris W. Moales, Pvt. Co. D. 25th Inf., Enlisted Nov. 1, 1897,
Discharged Oct 31, 1900, Born Mar. 27, 1873, Died May 6, 1942
Greenwood records – Int. # 11040, interred May 9, 1942, died May 6, 1942 in
Pittsburgh age 69 of a coronary occlusion. Location 5-14-8 in the
Veteran’s section

Morrell, Ben D.
Tombstone – Ben D. Morrell, Co. A ---PA Vol., Mar 17, 1905
(poor condition)
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier, buried March 21, 1905, age 80
Greenwood records – Ben D. Morrell, Int. # 1947, interred March 21, 1905, died
March 17, 1905 in O’Hara Twp., age 80 of old age. Soldier. Location
5-11-6 in lot owned by the Gen. George A. Custer Post 38 GAR.

Newland, David H.
Tombstone – David Newland, ------ (poor condition in 1985, gone in 2007)
SUV list – Private, infantry, Co. B. 38th Reg. New York, discharged October 10,
1963, died November 14, 1902.
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - residence in O'HAra Twp., Co. B 38th Reg. New York,
enlisted May 20, 1861, discharged October 10, 1863.
Greenwood records – David Newland, Int. # 1639, interred November 16, 1902,
died in O’Hara Twp., age 72 of pneumonia. Soldier. Location 5-13-11 in
lot owned by C. C. Noel.


Noel, Charles C.
Tombstone – Charles C. Noel, 1849 – 1925
Family stones
David Newland, ------ (poor condition)
Charles C. Noel, Pvt. Camp Hosp. No. 103 Med Corps, Enlisted July 24,
1917, Born Oct. 15, 1872, Died in service Feb. 19, 1920
Julia D. Noel, 1850 – 1924
Lillie B. Noel, 1873 – 1889
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. C. 200th Reg. PA Volunteers, born 1850, enlisted
August 29, 1864 at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg, discharged May 13, 1865 at
Alexandria, Va.
Greenwood records – Charles C. Noel, Int. # 3591, interred March 18, 1925, died
March 16, 1925 in Collier, age 75 of arterio sclerosis. Soldier. Location
5-13-11 in lot owned by C.C. Noel.

Norton, John
Tombstone - -------- Nort---, ---- (unreadable, poor condition)
7th stone from left behind Civil War monument
SUV list – private, infantry, CO. H. 151st Reg. PA Volunteers, born 1834, enlisted
November 1, 1862 at Berks Co., discharged July 27, 1863 at Harrisburg.
Greenwood records – John Norton, Int. # 1333, interred June 3, 1899, died in
Sharpsburg at age 65 of paralysis. Soldier. Location 5-11-5 in lot owned
by the Gen. George A. Custer Post 38 GAR.

Pilgram, Frederick C.
Tombstone – F. C. Pilgram, Sept. 9, 1839, July 31, 1901, father
also large obelisk – F. C. Pilgrim, died July 31, 1901, aged 61 years
Family stone
Amelia C. Pilgram, December 19, 1872, June 16, 1951, daughter
Robert F. Pilgram, June 16, 1884, October 30, 1942, son
Savina D. Pilgram, Apr. 29, 1846, Mar. 25, 1922, mother
SUV list – Corporal, infantry, Co. E. 78 Reg. PA Volunteers, born September 9,
1839, died July 31, 1901.
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - living in Sharpsburg, a private with Co. F
74th PA Volunteer Infantry, enlisted September 21, 1861,
discharged September 27, 1864.
Greenwood records, Frederic C. Pilgrim, Int. # 1534, interred August 2, 1901,
born Germany, died Sharpsburg, age 62 of rheumatism. Soldier.
Location 5-10-7 in lot owned by Mrs. Savina D. Pilgrim.

Reed, Charles
Tombstone – Charles Reed, Pvt. Co. I 14th Inf., Enlisted June 8, 1898, Discharged
Aug. 15, 1899, Born Ap. 5, 1865, Died July 28, 1936
Greenwood records – Charlie Reed, Int. # 7402, interred July 31, 1936, died July
28, 1936 in O’Hara Twp. age 71y3m23d of cirrhosis of liver. Location
5-13-24 .


Richardson, George
Tombstone – George Richardson, Pvt. Co. B 25th Inf., Enlisted Dec. 28, 1898,
Discharged Oct. 27, 1901, Born Dec. 10, 1878, Died May 20, 1944
Greenwood records – George C. Richardson, Int. # 12602, interred May 25, 1944,
died May 20, 1944 in Pittsburgh age 66 of coronary arterio sclerosis.
Location 5-15-6 in the Veteran’s section.

Roop, Wilbur
Tombstone – Wilbur Roop, Sgt. Co. H. 30th US Inf., Enlisted Jan. 30, 1901,
Discharged Jan. 29, 1904, Born Jan. 31, 1879, Died Feb. 8, 1946.
Greenwood records – Int. # 13715, interred February 11, 1946, died February 8,
1946 in Blawnox age 67 of a coronary occlusion. Location 5-12-12 in the
Veteran’s section.

Sautter, Charles G.
Tombstone – Father, Charles G. Sautter, Late Lt. C. C83 Reg. PVI, 1837 – 1909
Family stones
Mother, Catherine M. Sautter, 1842 – 1893
Husband, Charles A. Sautter, 1868 – 1918
Brother, George J. Sautter, 1870 – 1933
Brother William L. Sautter, 1864 - 1899
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - residence in Sharpsburg, Lieutenant with Co. G
83rd PA Reserves, enlisted February 6, 1861, discharged June 4, 1864
on a surgeon's certificate
Greenwood records – Charles G. Sautter, Int. # 2350, interred July 14, 1909, died
July 12, 1909 in Natrona, age 71 of organic heart disease, born in
Germany. Soldier. Location 5-16-4 in lot owned by Chas. G.
and J. E. Sautter.

Seel, Martin
Tombstone – Martin Seel, 1837 – 1913
Family stones
John A. Seel, 1882 – 1886
Mary E. Seel, wife of Martin Seel, 1843 – 1907
Wilhelmina Hartz, nee Seel, Born May 21, 1871, died Feb. 7, 1903
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - Residence in Shaler Twp., Corporal Co. I
in the 74th PA Volunteers, enlisted August 15, 1861, discharged
September 1864.
Greenwood records – Martin Seel, Int. # 2684, interred November 6, 1913, died
November 4, 1913 in Shaler Twp., age 75y8m4d of cardiac asthma.
Location 5-8-2 in lot owned by Martin Seel. Listed as a soldier.

Shaffer, Wm. M.
Tombstone – Wm. M. Shaffer, QM Sergeant Co. D 50th Iowa Inf., Enlisted May
6, 1888, Discharged Nov. 30, 1898, Born 1877, Died Jan. 14, 1933.
Greenwood records – Listed under Edward Shafer, Int. # 5643, interred January
23, 1933, died January 14, 1933 in Pittsburgh at age 56 of serious
meningitis. Soldier. Location 5-12-24 in a World War soldier’s section.

Shear, John
Tombstone – John Shear, Pvt. Co. H. 6th U.S. Cav., Enlisted Feb. 28, 1872,
Discharged Feb. 28, 1877, Born Feb. 19, 1849, Died Nov. 8, 1930
Greenwood records – John Shear, Int. # 4772, interred November 7, 1930, died
November 3, 1930 at Pittsburgh at age 81 of broncho pneumonia.
Soldier. Location 5-12-19 in the World War Veterans Plot.

Siebert, John
Tombstone – John Siebert, Pvt. Co. E. 191st PA Inf., enlisted July 25, 1861,
discharged July 25, 1864, born Oct. 28, 1842, died Oct. 25, 1928
Family stones
Barbara U. Siebert, 1873 – 1959, mother
George W. Siebert, 1902 – 1934, son
Lena B. Kelly, October 28, 1893, October 14, 1962
John F. Siebert, Oct. 20, 1871, Sept. 16, 1904
Robert D. Siebert, 1869 – 1958, father
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. C. 39th Reg. PA Volunteers, born 1848, enlisted
July 25, 1861 at A NW, PA [sic] , discharged July 25, 1864.
Greenwood records – John Siebert, Int. # 4082, interred October 28, 1928, died
October 25, 1928 in Sharpsburg at age 86 of chronic myocarditis.
Location 5-11-10 in a lot owned by John and Mary E. Siebert.

Smith, Cornelius D.
Tombstone – Cornelius D. Smith, Co. L. 6th Reg. PA, Oct. 10, 1901
Family stones
C. D. Smith, father, born Dec. 27, 1833, died Oct. 10, 1901
mother, born Nov. 7, 1835, died Dec. 7, 1926
Mother, Sarah L. Smith, born June 17, 1861, died Sept. 19, 1930
William C. Smith, Pennsylvania, Pvt. Co. D. 320 Infantry, World War II,
May 9, 1897, Jan. 27, 1963
Father, Wm. J. Smith, born November 11, 1859, died Jan. 19, 1951
SUV list – Corporal, heavy artillery, Co. L. 6th Reg. PA, enlisted September 2,
1864 at Camp Reynolds, Pittsburgh, discharged June 13, 1864 [sic] at
Pittsburgh.
1890 Federal Veteran's Schedule - living in Sharpsburg, Corporal, Co L 6th Reg.
PA Volunteers, enlisted August 30, 1864, discharged June 13, 1865.
Greenwood records – Cornelius D. Smith, Int. # 1553, interred October 13, 1901,
born Neville Island, died O’Hara Twp. at age 68y9m17d of creeping
paralysis. Soldier. Location 5-10-13 in lot owned by Wm. James Smith.

Smith, Thomas
Tombstone - Thomas Smith, Co. K 46 PA Vol., Mar. 14, 1900 (poor condition)
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. K. 46th Reg. PA Volunteers, drafted, enlisted
July 11, 1863 at Northumberland County, discharged July 16, 1865 at
Alexandria, Virginia., died March 15, 1900.
Greenwood records – Thomas Smith, Int. # 1394, interred March 14, 1900, age
64. Soldier. Location 5-11-5 in a lot owned by the Gen. George A.
Custer Post 38 GAR.

Tanner, William
Tombstone – William Tanner, Pvt. Co. B 3rd Inf., Enlisted Oct. 26, 1898,
Discharged March 20, 1899, Born Nov. 18, 1877, Died May 12, 1951
Greenwood records – Int. # 17126, interred May 15, 1951, died May 12, 1951 at
West Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh at age 73 of bronchogenic carcinoma.
Location 5-15-3 in the Veteran’s section. Funeral director W. T. Poole.

Tedford, Henry C.
Tombstone – Henry C. Tedford, Sgt. Co. C 8th Inf., Enlisted June 29, 1898,
Discharged March 16, 1899, Born Aug. 17, 1875, Died Sept. 7, 1940
Greenwood records – Henry Tedford, Int. # 9901, interred September 11, 1940,
died September 7, 1940 in O’Hara Twp. age 65 of tuberculosis. Location
5-14-15 in the Veteran’s Section.

Tilghman, David H.
Tombstone – David H. Tilghman, C. C. D., 201 PA Inf.
Family stones
David W. Tilghman, 1871 – 1892
Mother Elisabeth F. Tilghman, 1849 – 1922
Custer Post 38 list – soldier, buried May 29, 1892 age 22 (this is actually his son)
Greenwood records – listed as David H. Tilghman, Int. # 2488, interred March 1, 1911,
died Duquesne at age 66 of pulmonary tuberculosis. Soldier. Location 5-12-6
in lot owned by David H. Tilghman.

Weir, William H.
Tombstone – Wm. H. Weir, Co. A 26 PA Vol., Nov. 15, 1898
(very poor condition) 11th from the left behind Civil War monument
New tombstone – Serg., (unit) 1833 – 1898 (this stone is in the wrong location, 15th from the left)
SUV list – Sergeant, infantry, Co. A. 26th Reg. PA Volunteers, enlisted May 27,
1861 at Philadelphia, discharged August 1862, died November 15, 1898.
Bate's history of the Civil War indicates that this man deserted August 25, 1862.
Greenwood records – William H. Weir, Int. # 1278, interred November 17, 1898,
born in Ireland, died in Sharpsburg at age 65 of bronchitis. Soldier.
Location 5-10-6 in lot owned by the Gen. George A. Custer Post 38 GAR.

Wible, John
Tombstone – John Wible, Co. D. 133 PA Inf., Feb. 28, 1925
Family stones
Robert Wm. Shaw, 1936 – 1926
Catherine Wyble, 1850 – 1934, mother
Leo L. Weibel, Pennsylvania, Musi----, USNRF, World War I, May 16,
1893, February 25, 1954
Wm. Wyble, Ser. Co. F. 5th W. Va. Cav., April 6, 1921
SUV list – Musician, Infantry, Co. D. 133rd Reg. PA Volunteers, Enlisted July 13,
1864 at Camp Howe, Pittsburgh, Discharged November 9, 1864 at
Pittsburgh.
Greenwood records – John Weible, Int. # 3587, interred March 3, 1925, died
February 28, 1925 in Etna, age 78 of softening of the brain. Soldier.
Location 5-13-2 in lot owned by John and William Weibel.

Wieble, Wm.
Tombstone – Wm. Wyble, Serv. Co. F 5 W Va. Cav.
Family stones - see above list, same lot
Custer Post 38 list – Civil War soldier, buried April 9, 1921 age 80
Greenwood records – Wm. Weible, Int. # 3315, interred November 30, 1921, died
April 8, 1921 in Etna., age 80 of arterio sclerosis and hepatic cerrolsis.
Soldier. Location 5-13-2 in lot owned by John and William Weibel.

Wikert, Simon
Tombstone – Simon Wikert, Co. E. 63 PA Vol., Feb. 12, 1897
SUV list – Simon Wikert (Wychart) private, infantry, Co. E. 63rd Reg. PA
Volunteers, born October 29, 1831 at Allegheny, enlisted August 14,
1861 at Camp Shield, Va., discharged December 15, 1862 on surgeons
certificate, died February 15, 1897.
Greenwood records – Simon Wikert, Int. # 1167, interred February 19, 1897, born
Pittsburg, died Bennett, PA age 67 of dropsy. Soldier. Location 5-12-3
in lot owned by Mrs. Annie Wikert.
Family history available.

Williams, Henry
Tombstone – Henry Williams, Pvt. Co. L 49th Inf., Enlisted Oct 19, 1899,
Discharged June 30, 1901, Born Oct. 17, 1873, Died Nov. 17, 1942
Greenwood records – Int. # 11407, interred November 21, 1942, died November
17, 1942 in Pittsburgh age 69 of chronic myocarditis. Location 5-14-6 in
the Veteran’s section.

Wyant, Henry
Tombstone – Henry Wyant, Co. E. PA Lgt. Inf., July 30, 1914
SUV list – private, light artillery, Co. F. PA Independent Light Artillery, also Co.,
E. PA Light Infantry, enlisted February 18, 1864, discharged May 30, 1865.
Greenwood records – Henry Wyant, Int. # 2750, interred August 2, 1914, died
July 31, 1914 in O’ Hara Township age 74 of apoplexy. Soldier.
Location 5-11-7 in lot owned by Mrs. David Lawson.



Section 6 - this section includes removals from the Sharpsburg Lutheran Church cemetery.

Henrich, Henry
Tombstone – Heinrich Henrich, 1846 – 1930, Father
Family stones
Hier ruhe im Gott, Catharina, --- Gatten von Heinrich Henrich, Gebornen
den 5 Okt. 1848, Gestorben den 25 Feb. 1932, Ruhe Sanft. (Here,
resting in God, Catharina, the wife of Heinrich Henrich, born
October 5, 1848, died February 25, 1932, Rest in Peace.
Chas. C. Henrich, 111 US Inf. July 22, 1919
Ursula Reithmillar, -------- (poor condition)
Greenwood records – Henry Henrich, Int. # 4501, interred February 14, 1930,
died February 12, 1930 in Pittsburgh, age 83 of myocarditis. Soldier.
Location 6-6-4 in a lot owned by Heinrich Henrich.
Family history available, although no mention of military was found.


Houbaugh, Joseph
Tombstone – Joseph Ho----h (Poor condition)
SUV list – private, infantry, Co. K 4th US, born 1840
Greenwood records – Joseph Houbaugh, Int. # 53, interred September 25, 1876,
died September 1, 1866, age 36y5m28d. Interred in singles. Removed
from Negley’s.



Section 8 - an early single's section


Baker, Hiram Jr.
Tombstone – Hiram Baker Jr., Pvt. Co. I 24th Inf., Enlisted Mar 27, 1899,
Discharged Mar 22, 1902, Born Jul 1874, Died Jun 19, 1981
Greenwood records – Hiram Baker Jr., Int. # 5050, interred June 22, 1931,
died June 19, 1931 in PIttsburgh, age 54 of Pneumonia, Location 8-7-row 14.

Henderson, George
Tombstone – George A. Henderson, 1st Lt 8th US Inf., Enlisted July 7, 1898,
Discharged Mar. 6, 1899, Born May 27, 1871, Died Apr. 11, 1938
Greenwood records – Int. # 8393, interred April 19, 1938 , died April 11, 1938 in
Pittsburgh age 66 of chronic myocarditis. Location in singles Section 8,
range 3, 6th grave row 17.

Nelson, George
Tombstone – George Nelson, Sergt. Troop F 2nd US Col Cav., Enlisted Jan. 1,
1864, Discharged Feb. 12, 1866, born 1851, Died Aug. 8, 1930
SUV list – Sergeant, Cavalry, Co. F. 2nd Reg. US, born 1851, enlisted March 21,
1864, discharged February 12, 1866.
Greenwood records – George Nelson, Int. # 4686, interred August 12, 1930, died
August 8, 1930 in Pittsburgh, age 80 of myocardial failure. Soldier.
Location 8-7-row X in singles.



Section 9

Wallace, Lewis H.
Tombstone – Lewis H. Wallace, Pvt. Troop C 9th US Cav., Enlisted Dec. 28,
1875, Discharged June 11, 1877, Born Jan. 4, 1840, Died Mar. 24, 1933.
Greenwood records – Lewis H. Wallace, Int. # 5709, interred April 3, 1933, died
March 27, 1933 in Pittsburgh, age 93 of pneumonia. Soldier. Location in
singles, 9-row 14- grave 39.




Viewers: I truly invite anyone with a family history on one of the Civil War vets, to send me details.  I keep a file folder on them and I am adding to it all the time.  I was especially interested in those serving with my great-great grandfather, Simon Wikert. -- Diane