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

United American Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery

United American Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery

Coatesville, Pennsylvania

Submitted by Stanley Way


The following soldiers gravestones have been identified in this abandoned Civil War cemetery. Information on each has been confirmed using Military and Pension records located at the National Archives, Washington, DC. Local citizenry in Coatesville have not yet decided what to do about maintaining this abandoned cemetery which was originally located adjacent to a U.A.M.E. church. The church is no longer standing. The descendant church, the Hutchinson Memorial U.A.M.E. Church of Coatesville is still in operation.

NAME COMPANY REGIMENT DOB-DOD
Richard Adams

A

3rd USCT (1823-1882)
James Braxton

K

43rd USCT (1843-Unknown)
Thomas Coursey

B

8th USCT (1832-1927)
James Dickens

I

45th USCT (1843-Unknown)
John Henson

C

54th Mass. Vol. Inf. (1843-1880)
Lewis J. Henson

A

6th USCT (1840-1890)
Isaac Hill

C

45th USCT (1849-Unknown)
George E. Long

A

41st USCT (1846-1884)
John Miller

A

6th USCT (1843-Unknown)
Edward Spencer

F

127th USCT  (1831-Unknown)

Category: Civil War | Subcategory: Resting Places | Tags: Washington , cemetery , methodist
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