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Riverview Cemetery
Elk Township

Home > Cemeteries > Three Cemeteries: Riverview, Corydon, and Cornplanter


Riverview Cemetery, relocated from its original site, is one of three cemeteries located on a grassy knoll in the extreme northeast corner of the county. As you enter the gate into the grounds, the cemetery will be straight ahead.

Riverview Cemetery


Take a stroll through the cemetery...

The eastern-most loop of the paved road around this cemetery can be seen on the right in this photo.
Unusually-shaped ROOT memorial
Looking to the east from the top of the hill, this unusually shaped stone is easy to recognize on other photographs, below.
A white arrow marks the location of the stone, below.
Riverview Cemetery
To the south and out of view are Willow Bay and the Allegheny Reservoir.

Sign reads:

In Memory of
Corydon Lodge 1062 I. O. O. F.

1892 - 1963


The white arrow marks the location of the
unusually-shaped gravestone.

  Sign: In Memory of Corydon Lodge 1062  I.O.O.F.
4 gravestones: Flatt, Johnson, Barney, Saxton  

Tall gravestones from left to right:





Below, an overview of the cemetery.
Overview of Riverview Cemetery
All photographs contributed by Penelope Repko


Regretably, burials in this cemetery are listed on Find-A-Grave together with the other two cemeteries, Cornplanter and Riverview, under the name Riverview Cemetery, making it difficult to sort out who is buried where.


Perhaps of more help is the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District, website Kinzua Cemetery Relocations, which "will allow family members to locate their loved ones by name and determine which cemetery and plot number they were moved from, and to which cemetery and plot number they had been moved."




Contributions are always welcome by sending information to the Warren County coordinator.

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