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

Cemeteries

MORRIS COUNTY, NEW JERSEY

United States Colored Civil War Veterans

Submitted by

Richard T Irwin
Florham Park, New Jersey

with assistance from

 Dover Memorial Association

plus published works by
 
Mitros, David, compiler and editor, Gone to Wear the Victor's Crown: Morris County, New Jersey and the Civil War, A Documentary Account. (Morristown, NJ: Morris County Heritage Commission, 1998).
and
Chambers, Kemper, compiler, Civil War Soldiers Buried in Evergreen Cemetery. (Morristown, NJ: Compiler, c 1996)

Cemeteries:
Dutch Reformed Cemetery, Montville Twp, New Jersey
Evergreen Cemetery - Morristown, New Jersey
Greenwood Cemetery - Boonton, New Jersey
Hillside Cemetery, Madison, New Jersey
Orchard Street Cemetery, Dover, New Jersey

 

Moses W. Jackson
Company  I, 1st USCT  
Evergreen
1849 - died 04-29-1894 Morristown
Moses B. Ray*
Company G, 2nd USCT  
Orchard Street
died 04-21-1891 Dover, NJ
(aid from Dover Memorial Association)
Henry Connover
Company B, 8th USCT
Evergreen
1842 - died 09-10-1892 Morristown
David Huff
Company F, 20th USCT  
Evergreen
1830 - d 06-12-1912 Morristown
Joseph L Freeman
Company H, 22nd USCT
Evergreen
1842 - died 08-14-1864 (memorial) buried in Hampton, VA
Jacob C. West
Company C, 24th USCT 
Evergreen
1831 - died 07-20-1895 Morristown
William Duncan
Company C, 24th USCT 
Evergreen
1826 - died 01-16-1898 Morristown
Charles Hurling
Company B, 25th USCT 
Hillside Cemetery
died 05-06-1907 Madison
John Cooper
Company C, 28th USCT
Evergreen
1833 - 1903 Morristown
Abraham L. Jackson
Company C, 32nd USCT  
Evergreen
1831 - died 09-11-1905 Morristown
James R. Ray
Company C, 32th USCT
Evergreen
1838 - died 07-14-1897 Morristown
Theodore Truax
Company H, 32th USCT
Evergreen
1827 - died 06-24-1903 Morristown
Simeon Showery
Company C, 32th USCT
Greenwood Cemetery
died 12-12-1903 Boonton, NJ
John Jackson
Company C, 32th USCT
Dutch Reformed
1838 - 1889 Montville
Joseph Jackson
Company H, 32nd USCT
Dutch Reformed
died 10-06-1913 Montville
Philip Jackson
Company H, 32th USCT
Dutch Reformed
US Govt stone Montville
Theo Jackson
Company F, 37th USCT  
Evergreen
died 09-28-1878 Morristown
Mark Firman
37th USCT
Evergreen
1819 - died 04-17-1864
Zenas Kemble 
Company G, 43rd USCT  
Evergreen
1828 - died 05-13-1891 Morristown
[GAR] Presbyterian
marker at edge cemetery New Vernon
Joseph Middlesworth
Company G, 43rd USCT
Evergreen
1848 - died 05-23-1920 Morristown
David Frost
Company C, 41st USCT 
Evergreen
1846 - died 12-22-1867  Morristown
Lorenzo Furman
Company A,  41st USCT
Evergreen
died 09-13-1915 Morristown
James M. Holland
Company F,  41st USCT
Evergreen
born UK 1837 - died 01-06-1900
Horace Douglas
Company K, 118th USCT  
Evergreen
1846 - died 05-15-1901
George Ray
Company B, 127th USCT 
Evergreen
1842 - died 10-23-1900 Morristown
Jeptha Showery
Company H, 127th USCT
Evergreen
1832 - died 09-13-1896 Morristown
 

*In Morristown, New Jersey December, 1884, the Robert Gould Shaw Post 80 GAR elected Moses B. Ray as commandant and  his wife Harriet, presided over the Auxiliary.

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