|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
GPS for historical purposes only
Cemetery Records of KINZUA, Warren County, Pennsylvania. Kinzua Twp. in 1951
Condition fine, located in town along the main highway on the right as you drive north. Inscriptions copied in September 1951 by Helen Israel, Mrs. John
Mellen and Mrs. Frances Ramsey, for the Warren Library Historical Group transcribed now 2008 with data added from family files and census records
( I am not certain the original reading was very accurate nor am I certain this cemetery still exists; )
Numerous cemeteries were relocation during the construction of Kinzua Dam and Allegheny Reservoir in the early 1960s by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District.
Remains in Kinzua Cemetery, which contained approximately 1,336 graves, and Morrison Run Cemetery, which contained approximately 62 graves (another record said 89), were relocated to Willow Dale Cemetery in Bradford, Pennsylvania. According to Pittsburgh District records, 1467 remains were removed from both cemeteries. "Reinternments of 40 of the remains was made in alternative cemeteries" (Those alternative cemeteries were not identified.)