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

Chain Lake Cemetery - Lake View Section - Calvin Township, Cass County, Michigan

United States Colored Soldiers

Submitted by Richard Forest Hazel

NAME UNIT/REMARKS
ASHBERY ASH 1 INF - CO B 1861-5 1846-19_
STEWART BROWN 102 USCT - CO B
DAVID BUTCHER 102 USCT - CO B
CALVIN COPELY 102 USCT - CO B
WM. S. COPELY 102 USCT - CO B
JOHN DUNGIE 102 USCT - CO B
JAMES FORD 102 USCT - CO B
ELI HAILSTOCK 102 USCT - CO B
BERTIE HAITHCOCK MICHIGAN VOLUNTEERS - d. 1864
STERLING HITCHCOCK 27 USCT - CO B
C. H. JAMES 174 OHIO INF - CO B
ZACHARIAH POMPEY 65 USCG - CO F
JOSEPH RAMSLY 102 USCT - CO F
J. J. SANDERS 102 USCT - CO H
PETER SANDERS 102 USCT - CO H
WM SEATON (CORP) 27 USCT - CO F
G. W. STEWART 45 USCT - CO D
JAMES M. STEWART 12 USCT - CO C
RICHARD M. STEWART US COLORED VOL. 32y d. 1865

The Calvin Settlement was home to many families of mixed ancestry from North Carolina and Virginia. At least some of these persons were considered to have been Indians or mixed Indian/African in Cass County. Many could have served without question in white units. -- Richard Forest Hazel

Category: Civil War | Subcategory: Resting Places | Tags: North Carolina , Virginia , Michigan
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