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Introduction to Cemetery Information

The Cemetery Information resource is a compilation of data and a variety of primary sources about each person buried in the Carlisle Indian School cemetery. Use the table below to find information on each person interred, including the date of decease, plot location, and primary documents regarding the death and burial. Search through our collection of additional content for more information on the cemetery, including an aerial map, a comparative table, and resources on the history of the cemetery.

This resource was created in response to a number of requests for detailed information about the cemetery of the Carlisle Indian School, using information from various repositories including the National Archives and Records Administration, the Cumberland County Historical Society, and Dickinson College. The information presented here is only as reliable as that recorded in the original documents, and as such may be prone to change as additional information is shared or discovered. See our Research Methodology documentation to learn more about the process of gathering and presenting this information.

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Additional Information

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Explore the Modern Cemetery: Interactive Map

Use this aerial map of the Carlisle Indian School cemetery to find the location of each headstone, and information on the person buried in that plot.

Compare Headstones and Records: Tables

These downloadable tables show the information presented on each headstone with the same information as found in the records from the Carlisle Indian School.

Resources for Cemetery History

This section includes maps of the original and modern Carlisle Indian School cemeteries, a brief history of the cemetery, and citations for further reading.

Cemetery Information

Modern Plot Name Nation Date of Death
D-36 Abraham Lincoln Cheyenne January 16, 1880
B-30 Nannie Little Robe Cheyenne February 15, 1895
D-20 Rebecca Little Wolf Nez Perce September 17, 1885
A-29 Herbert G. Littlehawk (Good Boy) Sioux, Sioux (Oglala) October 29, 1895
Unknown Isaac Longshore Sac & Fox June 24, 1918
C-02 Louise Cheyenne February 8, 1882
D-32 Jane Lumpfoot Arapaho, Arapahoe May 20, 1887
E-18 Ellen Macy Umpqua, Umpqua (Oregon) April 3, 1905
D-16 Sibyl Marko Apache (Chiricahua), Apache February 11, 1888
C-22 Harry Marmon Pueblo February 8, 1890
Center Thomas Marshall Sioux, Sioux (Oglala) April 23, 1899
C-01 Jack Mather Apache, Apache (Lipan) February 5, 1888
C-36 Maud (Little Girl) Sioux December 13, 1880
C-06 Adam McCarthy Modoc July 24, 1883
C-08 Jemima Metoxen Oneida, Oneida (Wisconsin) April 6, 1904
E-08 Melissa Metoxen Oneida April 6, 1897
A-30 Richard Morgan Sioux, Sioux (Yankton) March 25, 1891
B-32 Dora Morning Cheyenne June 25, 1885
D-05 Henry Morning Cheyenne March 28, 1889
B-20 Motavito (Black Kettle) Cheyenne February 19, 1882
C-34 Susie Nachekea Apache, Apache (Warm Springs) May 14, 1889
A-38 Andtonio Naneco (Nan-e-co-ay) Apache November 26, 1898
B-33 Beau Neal Arapaho, Arapahoe August 20, 1880
B-02 Moses Neal (Wish-e-corn-a-que) Sac & Fox May 10, 1895
A-25 Anthony Neiskez (Neis-kez) Apache, Apache (Warm Springs) October 7, 1887
D-12 Samson Noran (Noran) Apache, Apache (Chiricahua) March 9, 1889
C-05 William Norkok Shoshone May 23, 1892
B-21 Mattie Occumma Cherokee, Cherokee (Eastern) November 9, 1895
B-14 Henry Ouita Apache March 27, 1888
A-18 Warren Painter (Bear paints Dirt) Sioux, Sioux (Oglala) September 30, 1884
B-09 Mary Paisano Pueblo April 28, 1890
C-13 Godfrey Palatchay (Pa-lat-chay) Apache, Apache (Chiricahua) July 31, 1890
C-39 Miriam Patton (Dah-na-saaht) Apache, Apache (Warm Springs) May 22, 1896
A-21 Luke Phillips Nez Perce January 10, 1888
A-17 Ophelia Powlas Oneida February 1, 1891
C-21 Lucy Pretty Eagle (Take the Tail) Sioux, Sioux (Brule) March 9, 1884
B-06 Cora Price Sioux April 2, 1896
D-40 John Quagin Chippewa December 18, 1905
B-26 Christine Redstone Assiniboine July 19, 1899
C-07 Susie Reed Apache July 29, 1895
B-01 Leah Roadtraveller Arapaho, Arapahoe December 20, 1883
B-15 Rose (Red Rose) Sioux April 29, 1881
Unknown Henry Rose Alaskan, Alaskan (Eskimo), Alaskan (Esquimo) August 4, 1907
D-17 Kate Ross (Kate) Wichita January 10, 1882
E-06 George Rusk Chippewa June 21, 1891
E-20 Ada Sanakwitsegats (Kantuts) Paiute, Paiute (Kaibab) February 19, 1903
D-14 Pedro Sanchez Pueblo, Pueblo (Cochiti) May 9, 1886
D-25 Robert Scott Seneca December 30, 1900
D-37 Fred Senoche Sac & Fox June 5, 1896
B-19 Wilkie Sharp Pawnee January 11, 1890

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