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In Memory of the 17 Doctors who died while caring for victims of the 1850 Cholera Epidemic in Sacramento[Left ColumnDr. W. Carpenter (Age 26), Dr. Horatio Cobb (Age 30), Dr. R.S. Girard (Age 35), Dr. Pliney P. Green (age 41), Dr. R.L. Grisard (Age…
The Mutual Hook and Ladder Company, formed on February 5, 1850, was the first fire company in the State of California. It served with distinction until disbanded October 30, 1859. On June 23, 1858, a grateful city donated this plot of ground to…
Dedicated toGneral Albert Maver WinnFounder of the Fraternal Order ofThe Native Sons of the Golden WestandTo the California PioneersRededicated and RestoredSeptember 1969-April 1977-July 2004
The Sacramento Pioneer Association was founded by men who came to California before 1850 and wished to preserve the memories of the epochal events in the Gold Rush and earliest days of Sacramento. They purchased much of Pioneer Grove from the City…
State Senator 1862Governor 1871United States Senator 1873
Sacramento City CemeteryThe GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC Memorial Plot was originally located in the New Helvetia Cemetery at the corner of 31st and J Streets, a plot donated to the Sumner Post No.3 by the owner and proprietor John Wesley Reeves. It…
Born in New York August 4, 1797; came to California in 1849Died on October 9, 1850In size and features, talent and character, He much resembled his illustrious father.Sacramento Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution
Elected April 1, 1850First Mayor of Sacramento under the Charter form of Government.A Native of Michigan.Died on November 27, 1850, in San Francisco of Cholera, following wounds received in the Squatters Riot at Sacramento in August 1850.Aged 41 Y…
Founder and Planner of City of Sacramento1848Died in Port of Acapulco, MexicoAmerican Consul for 24 YearsJuan A. SutterDe origin Suizo y consul Americano.Durante 24 anos en este Puerto.Fallecio a la edad de 72 anos.Su espposa e hijos le dedican es…
Resting place of California Pioneers. The cemetery was established in 1850. Many of the victims of the Cholera Epidemic of that year are buried here. Included among the graves of illustrious Californians are those of Governors John Bigler, Newton …