Cornplanter Cemetery was located in
Warren County, PA on the Seneca Nation Reservation (Cornplanter Grant).
The cemetery was located on the Kinzua River between Corydon, PA, to
the west, and Kinzua, PA to the east before being moved. The graves
were moved to Riverview-Corydon Cemetery in Elk Township. The
cemetery was inundated by the Allegheny Reservoir, which developed when
Kinzua Dam was completed in 1965. The earliest known burial was
1836 and the latest was 1930. Total graves at Cornplanter Cemetery were
357. Of these, 247 were unknown.
I have transcribed these names from the Corps of Engineers records.
They contain no dates and sometimes only a partial name.
-- Liane Freedman, (eltonscastle AT yahoo DOT com).
as submitted: March 18th, 2007 Updated: March 18th,
Given Name, Birthdate, DeathDate, Age, Inscription Notes
Logan, Charles S.
Lee, George Jr.
Pierce, Elon W.
Redeye, James, alias Gahnyonsah
Pierce, Ely Spenser
Anderson, Edith Lee
Pierce, Marsh Jr.
OBail, John, alias Cornplanter
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