Dan and Doreen Robinson spent over a year compiling information pertaining to all of the Civil War Veterans buried at Lone Mountain Cemetery and the Ormsby County Poor Farm. They produced a PowerPoint presentation as a result of their dedicated efforts. We are pleased to offer this presentation to you with their permission. Please click on the link below to view this presentation. (Viewing this presentation requires Microsoft PowerPoint. If you don't have PowerPoint installed on your computer, you can download at no charge, the PowerPoint "Viewer" at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=428D5727-43AB-4F24-90B7-A94784AF71A4&displaylang=en )
Civil War Veterans buried in Ormsby County
"Re-interring Nevada's Unknown Dead"
Some of the names listed below were among the approximately 36 to 44 soldiers who were orginally buried at Fort Churchill but later re-interred at Lone Mountain Cemetery on February 16, 1885. If you get the seven pages of information about these Fort Churchill soldiers when you click on a name link, scroll to the last three pages for a listing of these soldiers.
Civil War Soldier Index: (Aikens thru Meyers)
Civil War Soldier Index: (Mighels thru Zabriskie)
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Two hard copies of this book are in existence. One is in the Lone Mountain Cemetery office, the other is at the Nevada State Library. These volumes may be viewed during business hours. Photocopies, for personal use only, may be made at these locations. The books may not be removed from the premises.
Civil War Information
The Lone Mountain Cemetery Office Library contains several volumes of compiled information concerning the various Civil War soldiers who are buried here. This information is available for public viewing, on premises only. A copy machine is available if copies of pages are desired for a nominal fee of $.10 per page. For more information call the cemetery office at 887-2111.