I was doing some research on an unrelated topic, and the movie Poltergeist (1982 version) appeared to be the first occurrence of a residence being haunted because it was built over a cemetery.
I am aware of a few other films post dating it, and some jokes about "Well, it's not built on an Indian burial ground", but is Poltergeist the first instance of a location being haunted because it is built over a previously unknown burial site?
Please note: I am specifically asking about houses or other residences being built over a hidden/unknown graveyard. Not something like Phantasm or House by the Cemetery where the building is in a known cemetery.
Edit. For clarification, I would include any sort of living quarters, such as a hotel or similar. A place intended to be for human habitation, so not a warehouse that has a bunk bed in the back.