Homewood Cemetery by Grahamcrackers38 on Oct 18, 2008
Patrick in the office is wonderful to speak with, but cannot get any help with information on my Wallace relatives buried in the late 1800s from anyone at Homewood Cemetery. They do... provided byaol.com
average as a landmark by visualizer36 on Jul 3, 2005
There is little or no national history in Homewood cemetary. Landscaping is deteriorating, restrictions on visitors are multiplying. I do not go there anymore, and I live nearby. . ... provided byaol.com
One of the best by doodybutch on Jun 29, 2004
If you're into cemetaries and especially mausoleums, this is the place for you! VERY WELL KEPT GROUNDS. LOTS OF WEALTHY GRAVES, MONUMENTS, MAUSOLEUM. Everybody who was anybody in 19th and 20th century Pittsburgh is... provided byaol.com
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