Lest We Forget - African American Military History by Researcher, 
					Author and Veteran Bennie McRae, Jr.

Lincoln Colored Cemetery

Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania

The Civil War Veterans

This roll of names of the Civil War Colored Troops, all listed as being interred in Lincoln Colored Cemetery, is provided to show the results of my research on this burial ground. 

Buried In Lincoln Colored Cemetery, Upper Allen Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

Submitted by

Colonel Arthur S Cunningham, USAF (Ret)
New Oxford, Pennsylvania 


William Bridget (Bridges.

Private, Company G, 22nd Regiment, USCT, enl. 30 Dec. 1863, disc. 24 May 1865, died 16 Sep. 1900, bur. Sec. D, Lot 15, Grave 1.  (D-31-2). 

Richard "David" Howard.

Private, Company G, 45th Regiment, USCT, enl. 14 Jun. 1864, disc. 13 Dec. 1865, died 2 Sep. 1895, bur. Sec. D, Lot 12, Grave 3.  (D-35-1).

John W. Pinkney.

Private, Company D, 22nd  Regiment, USCT, enl. 22 Dec. 1863, disc. 19 Jan. 1865, died 4 Dec. 1882, bur. Sec. A, Lot 1, Grave 2.  (F-46-1). 

William Pope.

Private, Company B, 32nd Regiment, USCT, enl. 9 Feb. 1864, disc. 22 Aug. 1865, died 1 Jul. 1902, bur. Sec. A, Lot 16, Grave 1.  (E-32-2). 

John Williams.

Private, Company C, 41st Regiment, USCT, enl. 13 Oct. 1864, disc. 19 Oct. 1865, died 30 Sep. 1885, bur. Sec. D, Lot 9, Grave 2.  (D-41-1)

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