Union Cemetery (Bellefonte, Pennsylvania)
Union Cemetery located on East Howard Street in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania was established in 1795. Burials occurred as early as 1808, and the cemetery itself was chartered in 1856. It is the final resting place of Bellefonte's founding families, Pennsylvania Governors and their wives, U.S. Congressmen, war heroes and veterans, including black soldiers of the famous Union "Army of the James" in the American Civil War. Evan Pugh, the first President of the Pennsylvania State University is buried here.
Notable people buried at the Union Cemetery:
- "Andrew Gregg Curtain". Find-A-Grave.com. Retrieved 2009-07-19.
- "Virtual Walking Tour of Bellefonte, Pennsylvania Stop 36. Union Cemetery". Bellefonte Historical and Cultural Association. Retrieved 2009-07-23.
- Sources are inconsistent on Harris' year of death. His government issued headstone gives January 30, 1921, while his personal headstone gives 1920.
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