FORSTERLING, Louis Tombstone states 1823 1908 Native of Germany."
Born 1823 - Died 28 May 1907 (Lists 1823-1908 - HT26) (record of death from C.H. Burden Undertaker Records 1890-1953)
FRANKLIN, Mrs. Dr. No.? Died at the residence of Jos. Pownall of paralysis. Joseph's sister-in-law.
FUCHS, John No.152 Born 7 Dec 1826 - Died 1 Feb 1905 of pneumonia (HT42)(record of death from C.H. Burden Undertaker Records 1890-1953)
FUCHS, Mina - 20 Oct 1836 - Died 15 Feb 1905 (HT42)
FUCHS, Mina - 1903-1975
GARLAND, Ben. F. No.? Died Oct 16, 1853 buried by the lodge. Location unknown.
GILLESPIE, Archibald D. - No.18 Born in E. Tenn. 2 June 1816 - Died 18 Dec 1853.(HT18) Note: "Sacred to the memory of... Life severance is but Eternal union." Brother to C.K. Gillespie. Tombstone
HAGMEYER, Elizabeth Francis Born in Columbia 16 April 1873 - Died 24 Feb 1961 (HT32) Note: Housewife. Husband was Phillip. Parents were Andrew O'Hara & Ellen McGorde of Ireland.
HAGMEYER, Phillip Born in Ballbrohn, France13 Nov 1867 - Died 21 Nov 1933 (HT32) Note: Marble Quarry man. Wife was Elizabeth. Parents were Michau Hagmeyer & Margaret Motcig of France. Heart.
HALE, Charles & Clarence (HT14) Both died 1879 of Typhoid Fever in Columbia, California. Buried in the same plot as mother and father below.
HALE, George W. No.? Born c1837 - Died Sept 1915 (record of death from C.H. Burden Undertaker Records 1890-1953) Note: Lot in which there is buried 2 boys of Hale and wife.
HALE, Ida Josephine Spier No.? Born c1850 - Died 14 Nov 1923 (record of death from C.H. Burden Undertaker Records 1890-1953)
HARRISON, B. No.? Died Nov 24, 1864 age 63yrs 2 mos of Billious Colic (Graves not numbered on this plot)
HART No.96 Doed Oct. 1855.
HOWARD (See Piley)
HOYT, child No.190
JARVIS, Anna Spooner Howard No.? Born 4 June 1788 - Died 11 Jan 1889 101 years old! (HT39)
JARVIS, Charles E. No.? Born 4 May 1858 - Died 18 Aug 1876 age 18yrs, 3mos. at Vine Springs Ranch, Columbia. Son of Leonard & Mary R. Jarvis. (HT39)
JARVIS, Edward Scott No.? Born 8 Sept 1790 - Died 24 Dec 1868 at Vine Springs. Age 78. His wife was Elizabeth Spooner. (HT39)
JARVIS, Elizabeth Sparhawk Spooner Born 25 Nov 1799 Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts - Died 10 June (Jan) 1880 at Vine Springs Ranch, Columbia at 81 years old. Her Tombstone. Spouse: Edward Scott Jarvis: Children: Leonard Fitz Edward Jarvis, Francis "Frank" Pepperrell Jarvis (1837 - 1895) Note: Anna Howard Spooner (Not buried in Columbia.) wife of the "Hon" Leonard F Jarvis late of Surray, Maine, born in Boston, Mass. June 14, 1788 - Died in Newark, Cala, Jan 11, 1889 age 100years. She was buried in the grave with Elizabeth S. Jarvis Jan 15, 1899.
JARVIS, Franks (Francis) Pepperell (Not buried in Columbia.) Born 8 Dec 1837 - Died 2 July 1885. NOTE: buried in Cucamunga, San Bernadino Co.(HT39)
JARVIS, Leonard Fitz Edward No.? Born 23 Aug 1819 - Died 2 March 1906
NOTE: Family ancestry shows him buried in Oakland, Alameda Co. (HT39)
JARVIS, Mary B.(R.) Her Tombstone Born 15 Dec 1862 - 5 Jan 1863 21 days. Daughter of Mary & Leonard F Jarvis buried with mother, Mary Robinson Jarvis. Wife of Leonard F Jarvis. (HT39)
JARVIS, Mary Robinson No.? Born 1 May 1832 - Died 28 Dec 1862. (HT39) . "This grave has been selected for L.F. Jarvis on his request." -Masonic Record.
JOLLY, John No.105 Born April 13, 1820 - Died Dec 19, 1899 of pneumonia at Gold Springs. (1823-1899 HT47) Probably buried in same plot as son. Records were not kept regularly in the book after 1890. John belonged to the lodge for the longest time. -Masonic Record.
JOLLY, John William No.105 Born in Gold Springs 28 Feb 1865 - Died 1882 (HT47) in Stockton at the Asylum of Fits caused by a childhood accident
(Constructed as the Insane Asylum of California at Stockton in 1853. The legislature at the time felt that existing hospitals were incapable of caring for the large numbers of people who suffered from mental and emotional conditions as a result of the Gold Rush, and authorized the creation of the first public mental health hospital in California) Bro. John Jolly was John W.'s father.
JOLLY, Amelia Ann No.? Born in Gold Springs 5 Aug 1858 - Died ?. Probably buried in same plot. (Carlo m. De Ferrari notes)
KEYSER, Mrs. Elizabeth S. No.100 Died 4 Feb 1861 age 46 of consumption. Wife of Thos Keyser of Yankee Hill. (HT49)
KRAUSE, Amelia 1834-1912 (HT35)
KRAUSE, Anna B. 1873-1961 (HT35) (Cemterey card states Anne B. Krause Born in Calif 23 Sept 1874 - Died 4 March 1961. Housewife. Parents were Henning Hansen of Denmark & Anna Danank of Germany. Stroke)
KRAUSE, Walter 1874-1948 (HT35)
KRAUSE, William 1836-1920 (HT35)
LANG, baby No.87 C. Lang's child.
LEWIS, Daniel William No.156
Born in Columbia 27 Oct 1859 - Died 8 Feb 1860 age four months. (HT44) Son of Moses A. & M.M.
LEWIS, Annie Louisa No.158 Born Nov 3, 1858 and died the next day and was not named prior to burial. Child of M.A. Lewis.
LEWIS, Malinda Matilda Manchester No.157
Born in West Greenwhich, Kent Co., RI c1841 (1833) - Died 25 August 1875
She is buried first at Langworthy, Tuolumne Co.
There is an Obelisk with her name on it in Oakdale.
Daughter buried her next to her husband in Columbia with the Masonic lodge's permission in 1885.
LEWIS, Moses Allen No.44
Born in West Greenwhich, Kent Co., RI, 5 July 1824 - Died of consumption 1 June 1883 in Oakdale.
(HT43) Buried next (south) to his son. He was placed there to give room for his wife (Malinda Matilda Manchester above).
LORING, John M. No.74 Born in Sterling, Mass. 17 Jan 1824 - Died in Shaws Flat 15th Jan 1872 aged 48 years, probably of apoplexy. (HT15)
(apoplexy used to describe any sudden death that began with a sudden loss of consciousness, especially one where the victim died within a matter of seconds after losing consciousness. Those reading historical documents should take into consideration the possibility that the word "apoplexy" may be used to describe the symptom of sudden loss of consciousness immediately preceding death and not an actual verified disease process). Found on the floor in his room at A. Bullerdieck's. Tombstone
LOUTHIAN, C. Glen (Glen O.) Born c1891 - Died 31 July 1947 (record of death from C.H. Burden Undertaker Records 1890-1953) (HT5)
MARSHALL, child No.193 Child of J.W. Marshall.
McKENZIE, child No.110 of D. McKenzie.
McNULTY, Mrs. Mary E. No.19 buried 8 Dec 1859
MILLER, Carrie No.? Born 13 March 1848 - Died 10 Apr 1863 age 15. (HT11) Daughter to Hezekiah S. Miller.
MILLER, Hezekiah No.? Died 19 May 1890 age 74yrs, 11mos, 15 days of Valvular Diesease of the heart.
MOORE, Amelia A. No.108 Born 1835 - Died 1909 (HT47)
MOORE, William Dempsey No.108 Born 1833 - Died 17 March 1855 in Sonora, by a concussion of the brain caused by a fall. (HT47) Son of William K. Moore and brother of Mrs. John Jolly. (See Parsons for Wm. K. Moore)
MORSE, Julia L. No.171 Born 1827 - Died 7 July 1855 age 28 and was buried in Columbia Masonic Cemetery. She was living with Annie & Julia Shaw. (Record is wrong for last name on HT51)Tombstone
MOSS, Dr. Robert No.98 Died Sept 3, 1855 age 33.
MUMFORD, Walter No.31 buried 13 June 1856 (Obscured by the Parson's Marble curb)
NORTON, John No.21 Died 13 May 1855
PARSONS (4 graves not numbered) Children of Edmond.
PARSONS (4 graves from south to north) Mattie, died 17 Aug 1865 age 13 mos. inflamation of the stomach. Daughter of Dr. M.W. Parsons. Martha M. age 74 Died 30 Aug 1877 of Old Age. Sophia C. Moore age 52 died 5 March 1860 and her husband William K. Moore with his wife. Amelia Moore (mother to William)
PILEY, Martha Caroline Howard No.? Born in London, England - Died 22 Feb 1862 age 35.(Complications of child birth) (HT12) "Beloved wife of Henry Piley," and sister to W.F.H. Aaron. Tombstone
PLUMER, G.B. No.57 Born at Epping, New Hampshire - Died 22 May 1858 age 28 by drowning in a tunnel in Table Mountain. Erected by his twin brother B.G. Plumer 1 Sept 1872. (HT19) Tombstone
POWNALL, Benjamin H. Born 23 Jan 1907 - Died 20 May 1946 (HT17)
POWNALL, Josephine M. Born 26 Aug 1898 - Died 13 May 1975 (HT21)
POWNALL, Dorothy Died 26 Nov 1903 at 9 months old. (from C.H. Burden Undertaker Records 1890-1953)
POWNALL, Joseph Dr. Died 1 Dec 1890. No location listed. (from C.H. Burden Undertaker Records 1890-1953)
POWNALL, Mary C. Born c1829 - Died 18 Nov 1902 (from C.H. Burden Undertaker Records 1890-1953)
SEVERNING, Henry Albert No.53 Child of Henry & Louise Severning died January 4, 1877 aged 2 years. (Born 4 Oct 1875, age 14mos - HT20) Tombstone
SHAW, Annie W. No.169 died 8 May 1856 3 years 7 mos. old. (HT52)
SHAW, Julia L. No.170 died 18 April 1856 at 9 years old. (HT50)
SHAW, I.L. No.168
SHAW, A.W. No.172
SHAW, baby No.173
STERNS, W.H. No.? (gravestone reads J.S. Stearns). (Stearns, W.H. HT41)
STEWART, John No.153 Died from the effects of sunstroke.
TARBOX, C.F. No.22. Buried 26 Jan 1853 (first recorded burial by Lodge.)
TAYLOR, M.F. No.44 No record.
URMY, Mary No.167 Died Feb 9, 1857 6yrs. Daughter of J.B. Urmy.
VAN DUSEN, T.J. No.20 a doctor in Springfield. Died 2 October 1857.
WEIDEKIND, Agustus Gottlieb "August" - plot HT12(?)
Born January 1832 in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony (Niedersachsen) Germany - Died 26 August 1914 in Sonora and buried in Columbia Cemetery. Note: See Details.
WING, Frederick Stephen No.159 Born Jan 29, 1872 - Died May 9, 1888 of typhoid pneumonia age 16. Son of Gideon and Melinda Wing.
WHITE, Judge E.E. No.48 Age 63. Died of appoplexy 10 August 1881 in the store of Gideon Wing.
WILSON, James - No.59 Died of consumption 19th Dec 1876 aged 51 yrs. (HT10) "Brother Wilson had been sick for a long time but was feeling better and was in the act of getting into a buggy to ride to Sonora, when hemorage of the lungs commenced and died in a few minutes." -Masonic record.
WILSON, Frankie - No.60 Died August 20, 1885 age 11 of spasms caused by overheated walking from Belmont Home.