Union Dale Cemetery

The Union Dale Cemetery was to the city of Allegheny what the Allegheny Cemetery was to the city of Pittsburgh: the place where the rich and prominent went to their final rest, taking as much of their wealth with them as possible. It occupies an even more precipitous hillside from which, through the trees, we can catch occasional glimpses of the skyline of downtown Pittsburgh. These pictures were taken with a Kiev-4A camera.

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2 thoughts on “Union Dale Cemetery

  1. I am looking for burial records of William Neuhahn 1841 and Anna Marie Adler Neuhahn 1848 also John Weiss

  2. dr boli, just a little tweak of your info about manchester’s loss of retail. it wasn’t the ranch houses that replaced it. it was route 65, which destroyed the main retail corridor of beaver avenue

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