• A view of the South and North abutments of the South Fork Dam.  The Visitor Center, Unger House, and Spring House are visible in the background.  As is visible, a spur railroad line connects coal trains with the main line of the railroad.

    Johnstown Flood

    National Memorial Pennsylvania

Burial Records

If you wish to know where a flood victim was buried, you will want to look here. The list is organized by last name. This is the most complete list available. If you know of changes that need to be made, click on the Contact Us link.

Most Used Burial Places
German Catholic Cemetery (Geistown)

Grandview Cemetery Private Lot

Grandview Cemetery Public Plot-Bodies found but not recovered by family/friends

German Catholic Cemetery (Sandyvale)

Lower Yoder Catholic Cemetery

Missing: Body Never Recovered

No Cemetery Record

Old Catholic Graveyard (Conemaugh Borough)

Sandyvale Cemetery

St. Mary's Cemetery (Lower Yoder)

Victims with last names beginning with A or B
Victims with last names beginning with C or D
Victims with last names beginning with E to G
Victims with last names beginning with H to K
Victims with last names beginning with L to O
Victims with last names beginning with P to S
Victims with last names beginning with T to Z
Victims who were on the Day Express Train

Did You Know?

Memory Jar, Johnstown Flood Museum

People made Memory Jars from items collected among the ruins after the 1889 Flood. There is one such Memory Jar on display at the Johnstown Flood Museum.