People from all walks of life are buried at Lone Mountain Cemetery. Some were prominent figures in their time and played an important role in the development of Carson City and Nevada.
SAMUEL BAKER (1829-1904) Mariner, prison overseer, Pony Express rider, co-founder of the Society of Pacific Coast Pioneers, wagon master, brakeman, watchman, storekeeper....never a dull moment. Obituary (Plot: 1C-06-33)
ABRAHAM CURRY (1815-1873) The Founder of Carson City. (Plot: W1E-04-13)
P.H. CLAYTON(c. 1819-1874). Territorial-era attorney, involved in much of the early legislation that affected Nevada; also a "notorious secessionist."
JENNIE CLEMENS (1855-1864) Daughter of Orion Clemens, who was appointed by President Lincoln to serve as Secretary of the newly created Nevada Territory (1861). (Plot: 1E-07-06) Her uncle was the famous writer, Mark Twain.
HANK MONK (1826-1883) Legendary stage driver for J.M. Benton. Famous for the ride he gave to Horace Greeley, editor of the New York Tribune: Carson City to Placerville in 10 hours! (Plot: W1C-01-54)
MARY MARIA DAVIS (1840-1864) Wife of grocer George T. Davis. (Plot: W1A-02-28)
MATTHEW RINCKEL (1833-1879) Butcher and proprietor of the Eagle Market. Constructed the lavish Rinckel Mansion for his wife, Marcella, and children. (Plot: 3A-13-09)
CUBA ISLAND CRUTCHFIELD (1891-1969) Third cousin of Will Rogers, Cuba Crutchfield, one of the early 20th century's biggest cowboy stars, lived a near-anonymous life in Reno.
REINHOLD SADLER (1848-1906) Ninth Governor of Nevada. Signed the Glove Contest bill which allowed prize fighting in Nevada, specifically Carson City. The result of this legislation was the Corbett-Fitzsimmons fight held March 17, 1897. Born in Czarnikau, Prussia (now Czarnkow, Poland), January 10, 1948. Lieutenant Governor of Nevada, 1895-98; Governor of Nevada, 1896-1903. Died in Eureka, Eureka County, Nevada, January 30, 1906. (Plot: 1F-11-03)
PETE E. SUPERA (1921-1997) Born August 26, 1921. Ormsby County Clerk, Carson City, Nevada; Ormsby County Justice of the Peace, Carson City, Nevada. Died April 25, 1997. (Plot: 4B-03-14a)
ZACHARY TAYLOR WILCOX (1847-1926) "Crown Prince of the Whiskerinos - What began with one photo and hearsay information about an old gentleman with a long beard born 160 years ago has blossomed into a story of the undying spirit of the pioneers that made this great country and those who celebrate them. It is the story of a simple farmer who grew up to become a Crown Prince, and all that implies."