Author: K.T.H. McFarland
Union Dale Cemetery, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, now Pittsburgh, was formed by merging two earlier cemeteries, Mount Union and Hillsdale. It is important in that it represents the final resting place for many of the early Scots-Irish Presbyterians who formed the upper class of Allegheny City in the years before 1907 when it became the North Side section of Pittsburgh. While other nationalities and religions are represented, Scots-Irish names predominate, particularly in the older Divisions 1 and 2.
Each of this 8-volume set contains a division of the cemetery. The entire set includes all interments up to 1986 containing 23,000 inscription readings. The overwhelming majority of this part of Division 3 includes the expanse of Section F, which winds around a hill and seems to span almost the entire division. It also includes a small area set aside high on a hill and designated “Small Single Interments.” This part is for the burial of children only. Arrangement is in burial order. Index.
1986, 5.5" X 8.5", Softbound, 153 pages
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