Homewood Cemetery is a historic rural cemetery in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States. It is located in Point Breeze and is bordered by Frick Park, the neighborhood of Squirrel Hill, and the smaller Smithfield Cemetery.
- Edward Jay Allen (1830–1915), businessman
- Michael Late Benedum (1869–1959) businessman, co-founder of Benedum-Trees Oil Company
- David Lytle Clark (1864–1939), businessman, creator of Clark Bar and Zagnut
- Henry Clay Frick (1849–1919), industrialist, founder of the South Fork Fishing and Hunting Club
- Henry J. Heinz (1844–1919), founder of H. J. Heinz Company
- H. J. "Jack" Heinz II (1908–1987), industrialist
- William Larimer Mellon Sr. (1868–1949), founder of Gulf Oil
- Willard Rockwell (1888–1978), founder of Rockwell International
- Ernest T. Weir (1875–1957), founder of Weirton Steel and National Steel Corporation
- Edward V. Babcock (1864–1948), Mayor of Pittsburgh 1918–22
- Matthew A. Dunn (1886–1942), member of the United States House of Representatives 1933–41
- William Flinn (1851–1924), politician
- Henry P. Ford (1837–1905), Mayor of Pittsburgh 1896–99
- H. John Heinz III (1938–1991), United States Senator 1977–91
- William McCallin (1842–1904), Mayor of Pittsburgh 1887–90
- John K. Tener (1863–1946), Governor of Pennsylvania 1911–15
- William Wilkins (1779–1865), United States Senator from Pennsylvania 1831–34, Secretary of War 1844–45
- George Wilson (1816–1902), Mayor of Pittsburgh 1860–62
- John Wilkins Jr. (1761–1816), Quartermaster General of the United States Army 1796–1802
Artists and musiciansEdit
- Erroll Garner (1921–1977), jazz pianist and composer
- Walt Harper (1926–2006), jazz pianist
- Teenie Harris (1908–1998), photographer
- George Hetzel (1826–1899), portrait and landscape painter
- Churchill Kohlman (1906–1983), songwriter
- Malcolm McCormick (Mac Miller) (1992–2018), rapper, singer, record producer
- Anna Woodward (1868–1935), portrait and landscape painter
Science and medicineEdit
- Mary Bidwell Breed (1870–1949), chemist and first female dean of Indiana University
- Bertha Lamme Feicht (1869–1943), first female engineering graduate from Ohio State University and first female engineer to be employed by Westinghouse
- Bernard Fisher (1918–2019), pioneer of breast cancer treatment
- Childs Frick (1883–1965), paleontologist
- John Bell Hatcher (1861–1904), paleontologist
- Edwin Ruud (1854–1932), mechanical engineer and inventor
- Alvin P. Shapiro (1920–1998), physician and educator
- Bill Bishop (1869–1932), professional baseball player
- Chuck Cooper (1926–1984), first African-American to be drafted into the NBA
- Earl Francis (1935–2002), professional baseball player
- Jock Sutherland (1889–1948), football coach
- Pie Traynor (1899–1972), baseball Hall of Famer
- Edward Manning Bigelow (1850–1916), city planner
- Helen Clay Frick (1888–1984), philanthropist
- Rust Heinz (1914–1939), auto and boat designer
- John Barrett Kerfoot (1816–1881), first Episcopal Bishop of Pittsburgh
- Daisy Elizabeth Adams Lampkin (1883–1965), civil rights activist
- Perle Mesta (1889–1975), Ambassador to Luxembourg 1949–53, and a noted Washington, D.C. socialite during Eisenhower and Nixon eras
- Robert Lee Vann (1879–1940), publisher and editor of the Pittsburgh Courier
- Stephen Varzaly (1890–1957), priest, journalist, and cultural activist
Motherless (1897), George Anderson Lawson, sculptor
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- Toker, Franklin. Pittsburgh: An Urban Portrait. University Park, Pa.: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1986, p. 221.
- Skrabec, Quentin R. H.J. Heinz: A Biography. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2009, p. 205.
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- Alzo, Lisa A. Pittsburgh's Immigrants. Charleston, S.C.: Arcadia Pub., 2006, p. 48.
- Jackson, Kenneth T.; Markoe, Karen; and Markoe, Arnie. The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives. Detroit: Gale, 1998, p. 180.
- Forr, James and Proctor, David. Pie Traynor: A Baseball Biography. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co., 2010, p. 8.