The map of the graves and names were given to me by George Plesko
retiree Corps of Engineers (Real Estate Division) in Pittsburgh.
The earliest known burial was 1836 and the latest 1930.
The cemetery was located on the Kinzua River between Corydon, PA, to the west, and Kinzua, PA to the east.
The cemetery was inundated by the Allegheny Reservoir when Kinzua Dam was built
Submitted by Liane Freedman
New Cornplanters Cemetery is in Corydon PA
burials taken to new cemetery each have a number on the stone. To see images of the stones go to:
REDEYE Chester born 1879 Died 1960 # 0n stone 179
REDEYE Herbert # on stone 185
LOGAN Charles S.
LEE George Jr.
PIERCE Elon W.
REDEYE James alias Gahnyonsah
PIERCE Ely Spenser
ANDERSON Edith Lee
PIERCE Marsh Jr.
O'BAIL John alias Cornplanter
REDEYE Leonard Sr spouse of Eleanor/Jeanette
Born 7-20-1912 died 2-9-2006 age 93
b. Quaker Bridge to
REDEYE Eleanor spouse of Leonard Sr 1908 1976
REDEYE Lillian 1906 1983
REDEYE Roger J. 3-11-1918 12-4-1969
BOWEN, Llyod C. 1-9-1903 3-14-1983 US Army WW II
BOWEN, Merrill W. Sr. 1910 1986
TOME, Edward spouse of Lorraine Billy born 2-21-1918
died 11-14-2006 age 88 - son of O.Jay & Bessie Blair Tome buried in
Riverview Corydon cem Cornplanter Run
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