Native Burials in Mendocino County, California

The following is a collection of known burials in Mendocino County, California which were of Native American families and their descendants. If there is no source letter then the data came from family research and I was not able to verify it by a tombstone. Source: T=Tombstones, O=Obituaries, M=Mortuary Records. Phil Carnahan, Ukiah, CA shared



Mendocino County, California Cemetery Records

Most of these cemetery listings are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Cemeteries hosted at Mendocino County California USGenWeb Archives Caspar Cemetery Cuffey’s Cove Cemeteries Evergreen Cemetery, Boonville Evergreen Cemetery, Manchester Evergreen Cemetery, Mendocino Fish Rock Cemetery, Anchor Bay



Biography of James S. Dysart

JAMES S. DYSART. – The subject of this sketch, a portrait of whom is placed in this work, was born in Delaware county, New York, March 22, 1838. His parents were Duncan and Elizabeth (Shaw) Dysart, natives of Scotland. James resided at the place of his birth until he was seventeen years old, when he



Biography of George W. King, M.D.

GEO. W. KING, M.D. – The early life of Doctor King of Pendleton was made dark by the terrible days of the Rebellion; and the recital of his early efforts to work out the distressful circumstances into which he was thus thrown is full of pathetic interest. He was born near Glasgow, Howard county, Missouri,



Briscoe, Arlene Brightenstine Mrs. – Obituary

Baker City, Oregon Arlene Briscoe, 63, of Baker City died June 5, 2001, in a Boise hospital. Cremation is under the direction of the Cloverdale Funeral Home in Boise. Mrs. Briscoe was born Dec. 18, 1937, at Coco-Solo, Panama Canal Zone, to Eldon and Eleanor Brightenstine. She attended school in Ukiah, Calif., and was a



Biography of Jesse C. Thompson

Jesse C. Thompson, a prominent resident of Westminster, was born in Clay County, Missouri, February 17, 1829. His parents, John B. and Hannah (Clark) Thompson were natives of North Carolina, and had eleven children, five of whom lived to be grown. They moved to Missouri in 1825, where the children were educated in such schools



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