Calvary Catholic Cemetery (Pittsburgh)

Calvary Catholic Cemetery is located at 718 Hazelwood Avenue in the Greenfield and Hazelwood neighborhoods of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA.

It was founded in 1886 with the purchase of a 200-acre (80-hectare) tract. The first official interment occurred in 1888, though there are graves with earlier dates. As of 2008, 152,238 entombments have been recorded at Calvary Cemetery. It remains the largest of the cemeteries in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Pittsburgh.

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The cemetery contains one British Commonwealth war grave of a Canadian soldier of World War I.[1]

  1. CWGC casualty record.

Coordinates: 40°24′54″N 79°55′48″W / 40.415°N 79.930°W / 40.415; -79.930

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