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

PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA CEMETERY

PARKERSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA

CEMETERY

 

UNITED STATES COLORED CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS

Researched and submitted by Henry Burke, Marietta, Ohio

 

NAME RANK UNIT COMPANY DATE OF DEATH
Allen, Nathan Pvt 114th USCI K 2 August 1865
Boyd, I. Pvt 122nd USCI D 26 January 1865
Coburn, S. Pvt 122nd USCI C 24 January 1865
Gatliff, B. Pvt 122nd USCI G 24 January 1865
Hamilton, D. Pvt 115th USCI K 14 May 1865
Hendricus, J. Pvt 122nd USCI K 14 May 1865
Langston, _ Pvt 122nd USCI I 16 January 1865
Lisles, P. Pvt 122nd USCI E 25 January 1865
Metcalf, G. Pvt 115th USCI K 13 January 1865
O'Brien, W. Pvt 122nd USCI D 18 January 1865
Ross, S. Pvt 114th USCI K 14 February 1865
Simmons, H. Pvt 122nd USCI D 26 January 1865
Sutherland, A. Pvt 114th USCI H 7 March 1865
         

SOURCE: Government Printing Office, Washington, DC. 1867

 

 


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Category: Civil War | Subcategory: Resting Places | Tags: Virginia , Washington
Related Topics / Keywords / Phrases: 1865, 1867, Civil War, DC, Henry, January 1865, Ohio, Parker, United States Colored Infantry, Washington (DC), West Virginia,