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

Riverside Cemetery Kalamazoo

RIVERSIDE CEMETERY

 Kalamazoo County, Michigan

UNITED STATES CIVIL WAR VETERANS

Submitted by

Mark Jennings

This was a very large cemetery. I only had time to record the men buried around the large GAR monument. It is my guess that there are about 400 Civil War vets buried in this cemetery. I would assume there are more USCT too. Once again the Black and White soldiers are buried side by side!

 


 

 

NAME

COMPANY

REGIMENT

REMARKS

Whaling, Alber't

C

5th USC Cav.  
Bass, James H

C

102nd USCT  
Hackney, Calvin Pvt.   13 US CLD Arty.  
Henderson, Samuel

E

102nd USCT  
Beauregard, Nathan

A

102nd USCT  
Tucker, Wm.

C

102nd USCT  
Calloway, Creed

D

1st CLD Inf Listed on the roster of the 102nd USCT
Woodford, Thomas

K

1st Col Inf. Listed on the roster of the 102nd USCT
Hedges, Spencer

E

102nd USCT  

For additional listings, click on:

http://www.lwfaaf.net/cem/mi/kalamazoo.htm

 

 


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Posted by:

Bennie J. McRae, Jr.
LWF Communications
Trotwood, Ohio

 

Category: Civil War | Subcategory: Resting Places | Tags: Michigan
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