"Red Bridge" PA
Submitted by Liane Freedman
from records of  George Plesko, who is a U. S. Army Corps of  Engineers, Pittsburgh District retiree (Real Estate Division).
All are internments or reinternments when the Corps of Engineers constructed Kinzua Dam and the Allegheny River Reservoir

Lone Pine is located near "Red Bridge" located along the Kinzua River and has 3 graves. The following was noted on the maps:
The earliest known burial is 1849; the latest known burial is 1865?    Area of Lone Pine is 40 square feet. The graves were above elevation 1371.

STANTON Samuel B. born 16 Oct 1849 

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