Clover Valley Cemetery South

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Elko County

This is absolutely beautiful country and a massive Elko County cattle ranching area. A few of the burials that I could find information for include:

Moses Duval (1824-1897 and Sarah A. Duval (1845-1896): Moses was listed as a Clover Valley farmer and stock raiser. He came to Nevada and Elko County in 1868 from Canada West.

Ruth F. Hamill (1875-1907), Mary Hamill (1856-1873, listed as wife of R.P. Hamill) and Sarah A. Hamill (1854 to October 31, 1875. Died on Nevada's Birthday. She was also the wife of R.P. Hamill): R. P. Hamill was listed as a Merchant and Postmaster from Wells. He came to Nevada in 1868 and Elko County in 1869 from Pennsylvania.

Abner H. Wiseman (Appears to be Jr. 1858-1907) and Mary Wiseman (Nee; Angel 1858-1917): Mary's gravestone lists her as the wife of Abner H. Wiseman. Abner was a member of the Knights of Pythias. Abner Wiseman Sr. and Warren Angel (also a Clover Valley farmer) opened a very successful store in the Spruce Mountain District during a revival in the early 1880's. They sold meat and produce raised in the Clover Valley at this store. Abner Wiseman Sr. is buried in the Clover Valley North Cemetery.

Isaac Wiseman (1827-1889): Isaac was listed as a Clover Valley farmer. He came to Nevada and Elko County in 1869 from Kentucky. See the pages on this website regarding the Spruce Mountain area. Abner and Isaac Wiseman were original and long- standing players in that mining district. Abner Wiseman is buried in the Clover Valley North Cemetery.