Helen Furnace Cemetery LbNA # 49892
|Placed Date||Aug 20 2009|
|Location||Clarion/Cook Forest, PA|
|Found By||Sulley and Company |
|Last Update||Jul 4 2014 |
The Helen Furnace Cemetery was established in 1822, with those added as recently as 2009. It is a
quaint and peaceful setting.
From Clarion: At the Courthouse, turn and go across Toby Bridge towards Cook Forest. Follow
this road for about seven miles. On the left side of the road is a small white sign that reads
"Helen Furnace Cemetery". If you go past the Cook Forest Trail Rides and Helen Furnace,
you have gone too far. Turn left at the sign and follow the dirt road all the way to the top.
From Cook Forest: Turn onto Miola Road towards Clarion and follow for about five miles.
You will pass the Helen Furnace and the Cook Forest Trail Rides. Just past the trail rides on the right
is a small white sign that reads "Helen Furnace Cemetery". Turn right at the sign and
follow the dirt road all the way to the top.
Clue: Park at the cemetery building. Walk through the cementery looking for a gravestone
with a lamb resting on the top from 1920. Downhill and to the right is a pine tree with a SPOR underneath.
Please rehide the letterbox, covering it with leaves for the next seeker.
Please respect the cemetery and leave it as you found it.