Allegheny County Pennsylvania
Tombstone inscriptions have been documented as precisely as possible.
Many of the marble markers have weathered and deteriorated so badly
that only partial information has been gathered.
These listings following are a compilation of many sources,
Many from Bill Reynolds of Davis Star Camp Sons Of Union Veterans,
Many from the Indigent Veterans Burials lists at the University of Pittsburgh Archives Service Center,
Some from reading stones first-hand, and many more from various Internet sources.
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
has also shared his information and has been an excellent resource.
Credit also the many people that have gone into cemeteries in Allegheny County Pennsylvania
to transcribe, document, present and preserve information for future generations.
Civil War records are available at The National Archives In Washington, D.C., State Of Pennsylvania ,
Western Pennsylvania Resources Which Contains A Link To Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hall,
The Second Largest Repository Of Military Information In The State Of Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania State Archives has Civil War Veterans' Card File, 1861-1866 Indexes on line.
This listing was begun mid-May 2000, and will be an ongoing project of Nancy Amacher McAdams.
If you have any information that may help complete the listings below,
please send me E-Mail to the address on the bottom of the list.
Your contributions will be added and acknowledged accordingly.
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electronically or otherwise, for the purpose of profiteering.
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May 13, 2000
Last Update February 1st, 2006