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Carson City County,
Nevada

Genealogy and History
HEADSTONE PROJECT

"Originally Ormsby Co. Nevada"


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NEVADA "Battle Born"

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Your Carson City County Coordinator is:
Bill Cook

NEW PROJECT: Headstone photos

Please send me copies of any Carson City County headstones that you may have so they may be preserved online and seen by other researchers, please give your name so proper credit can be given to you!
Please Send photos to:
Bill Cook

Name On stone / file

Contributor

Date added

All in the first segment are in the same cemetery as Dat-so-La-Lee, in Carson City, NV,
cemetery is located off Snyder Ave. east of 395 near Stewart Indian Colony.

Spanview 1 / Spanview 2

KEYSER, Louise, Dat-so-la-lee, plaque Bill Cook 6/21/2003
Annie ? Bill Cook 8/30/2003
HENRY, Floyd R. Bill Cook 8/30/2003
HORTON, JAS Bill Cook 8/30/2003
JENKINS, Echo Bill Cook 8/30/2003
MANCHEZ, Jennie Bill Cook 8/30/2003
RUBIN, Chauncey Bill Cook 8/30/2003
WASHINGTON, Daisy Bill Cook 8/30/2003

Lone Mountain Cemetery, Carson City, Nevada

BELL, C.W. (Lone Mtn Cemetery, CC. NV)
Buried next to Annie Cook
Bill Cook 4/23/2005
COOK, Annie 1800-1838 (Lone Mtn Cem. CC. NV)
Buried next to C.W. Bell
Bill Cook 4/23/2005
DAVIS, Mary Maria Bill Cook 4/29/2005
HEANEY, Alishia b: 1837 (Lone Mountain Cem. CC. NV) Bill Cook 4/27/2005

The following Lone Mountain photos have been contributed to our County site by Doreen Robinson!
Doreen has more information on some of the photos shown.

Almost all of the photos are of Civil War veterans in the G.A.R. section of the cemetery. Some are vets that are buried in other sections and there are a few that are of other names that appeared on a single headstone with the vet. I saw no reason not to include them, you never know who someone is looking for. There are two soldiers who are not buried at Lone Mountain... they are James Johnson and John Thoroughman, the two soldiers that are buried at Fuji Park in Carson City (the old Ormsby Poor Farm). I "lumped" them in with the others because there are only two and they are clearly identified as Fuji park on their pages.

Aikens, Henry

Atkins, Henry

Avery, David

Bartine, Horace F.

Batterman, John

Bell, George

Benton, Emma

Benton, James

Billings, James J.

Bird, Jonathan

Bouchard, Jacob

Brown, William

Brulin, Charles A.

Brulin, Charles E.

Brulin, Charlotte

Budd, Joseph D.

Burke, Samuel G.

Carpenter, Joseph W.

Cilley, John S.

Clarke, Thomas L.

Clements, Benjamin

Codding, Erastus W.

Commons, Nathan

Connolly, Timothy

Crisler, William H.

Cross, Alfred

Cross, Volney

Doane,Emma Verrill

Doane, Jonathan

Doane, William H.

Douglas, William J.

Doyle, Philip

Elsey, McKee

Fagan, John

Ford, George

Fort Churchill Soldiers

Fowler, Harvey

Fowler, Thomas

Fulton, Samuel

Galusha, Charles H.

Gedney, Samuel A.

Gleaves, Samuel

Grieve, John

Guinan, James

Haines, John W.

Haire, Robert G.

Hall, William G.

Hark, George

Hatch, Oliver

Haynie, John W.

Haynie, Marcus

Hayward, George F.

Heritage, George

Hillyer, Edgar

Hughes, James

Huquet, John

Hyde, Myron

Hynes, George

Jacks, John

Johnson, James

Kelley, Stewart

Kelly, Jonathan

Kitzmeyer, Christian

Lee, Simeon

Little, Joseph

Lockerman, Henry W.

Lohr, James

Maish, Calvin H.

Malo, Arsene

Malo, Albina

Martin, John

McCoy, William

McCrimmon, John

McCullough, Frank

McDermit, Charles

McDermit, child

McGeen, Francis

Meder, Benjamin H.

Meyer, Christopher

Meyers, George

Mighels, Henry R.

Mills, Theodore

Monroe, James

Mooney, Gilman

Morris, John E

Muller, Victor

Newell, Joseph

Nightingill, Lillias

Northway, George

O’Hare, Michael

Parker, Alonzo

Potter, David

Purdy, John

Reiche, Charles

Rickey, Ann

Robinson, Keeler

Robinson, Lafayette W.

Russel, William

Sabin, George M.

Sanders, James

Scoville, Squire C.

Scoville, Helen G.

Shrieves, Harrison

Simpson, Francis M.

Sly, Abraham

Smith, Fred

Smith, John

Smith, William Jr.

Snider, Frederick

Sternberg, Lee

Stocker, DeWitt

Stotts, William

Sullivan, Jonathan

Taylor, Henry

Taylor, James H.

Taylor, Jonathan

Taylor, Thomas

Thompson, Benjamin

Thompson, Joseph

Thoroughman, John

Tilton, J. M.

Tully, Michael

Van Oschen, Gilbert

Vogt, Charles

Wagner, Peter

Whitebread, Godfrey

Wilcox, Andrew A.

Wilcox, George

Wilcox, Zachary T.

Williams, Charles

Williams, Ebenezer

Witherell, Charles A.

Woodbury, Oscar F.

Woodruff, Henry

Yandell, George W.

Young, Frank E.

Zabriskie, Elias B.

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