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McGanney Cemetery

This small cemetery is next to the Smartsville Catholic Cemetery, slightly up the hill.  A large monument with an angel on top faces toward the opposite hill.  Some references show it to be a part of the Catholic Cemetery, and others a separate private cemetery.

 

Documented and photographed by Kathy Sedler, Feb. 2005

 


 

 

Headstone Photos

 

Photo

Surname

First name

Birth date

Death date

Notes

X BURKE Genevieve Fern Adell Stevens 1 Feb 1907 22 Mar 1992 native of Nebraska - died in Nevada Co.
X BURKE William B. No dates    

 

CRAMSIE

Anna McGanney

No dates

 

wife of John Edward

X

cramsie

John Edward

7 Nov 1872

17 Feb 1937

native of Smartsville

  MCGANNEY Annie No dates    

 

mcganney

Baby

No dates

 

 

 

mcganney

Daniel C. Sr.

July 1827

11 May 1895

native of Londonderry, Ireland - apoplexy

X

mcganney

Edward James (Ned)

1891

5 Oct 1918

KIA at Argonne, France USA 30 Inf.

  MCGANNEY Frank J. No dates   husband of Georgie

X

mcganney

Georgia Elizabeth Gray

10 Mar 1879

5 Feb 1953

native of Marysville

 

mcganney

James Francis

11 Mar 1863

4 Jul 1907

native of Smartsville

 

mcganney

Mary

1835

26 Jan 1902

native of Co. Tyrone, Ireland

X

quilty

Patrick J.

11 Jun 1886

16 Feb 1964

native of Canada died in Nevada Co.

X

quilty

Thelma Martha Hinkle

7 Aug 1904

26 Mar 1986

native of Washington died in Sacramento

X

vinsonhaler

Howard F.

8 Sep 1914

20 Sep 1993

native of Kansas - USAF WW II

X

Williams

James Paul

7 Nov 1971

11 Mar 1976

native of Orange Co.

X

williams

Joe Mac

25 Apr 1948

27 Mar 1994

native of Texas - US Army - died in Orange Co.

X

WILLIAMS

Joseph Matthew

13 Jun 1968

11 Mar 1976

native of Orange Co.

X

williams

Juliana Rebecca

28 Jan 1975

11 Mar 1976

native of Orange Co.

 

 

 

Daily Appeal - May 5, 1897, page 4 - MARRIED - F. J. McGanney in Smartsville to Georgia Gray.

 

Appeal - Jun 20, 1906, page1 - A SMARTSVILLE COUPLE MARRIED - John Edward Cramsie and Miss Anna M'Ganney Start on Sea of Matrimony

    John Edward Cramsie and Miss Anna McGanney, two popular young people of Smartsville, were married in this city Monday evening at the Catholic Church, Rev. J. J. Hynes of Smartsville officiating.  The ceremony was performed in the presence of only relatives and a few intimate friends.  They departed yesterday morning for their home at Smartsville, where they will at once take up their residence. - Miss McGanney is a daughter of the late Daniel McGanney and is a very pretty and lovable young woman, with a large circle of friends.  Her father at one time was considered one of the wealthiest men in California. - Mr. Cramsie is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William Cramsie of Smartsville and is a very bright and industrious young man with sterling qualities.  He has a host of friends at that place and in this city.  He is a trusted employee of the Excelsior Water and Mining Company at that place, having been with that concern for over eight years.  He is a brother of Deputy Recorder W. P. Cramsie of this city.

 

Daily Appeal - Mar 29, 1912, page 1 - CRAMSIE NOW HIS HONOR - John E. Cramsie arrived here yesterday and visited the county clerk's office, where he filed his bond as justice of the peace.  He is now a full fledged "his honor." - Cramsie is the new justice of Rose's Bar township and succeeded his late father, who had been justice in this township for twenty years.  He is well known in this city, where he has many friends, and is the brother of William P. Cramsie, the superintendent of schools of Yuba county.

 

 

Appeal Democrat - Jun 21, 1947, page 1 with photo - Landmark Burns:  Pictured above is all that remains of one of Smartville's oldest landmarks, formerly known as the Cramsie estate.  The residence caught fire soon after the F. M. Browning home started burning on the other side of the road.  The home recently was bought by Gordon Owens and remodeled.  Mrs. Owens was shopping with her three children in Grass Valley when the home burst into flames.

 

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