Rancher for whom Kelseyville is named, with Charles Stone, was killed by Pomo Indians in the fall of 1849. They are buried at the site of the Stone & Kelsey home, a house built by the Pomo, who were forced to do so by these two. The two are buried beneath the historical marker at the homesite.
There are two sides to every story and life in the rugged west was not easy, may you rest in peace and your name live on in the name of the town -Anonymous Added: Jul. 28, 2014
Hi Andy --- I may not agree with everything you did in life, but you are family and your story was told to me by my grandmother when I was a boy. Although you may be remembered in history with your activities in Lake County, you were among the first Ameri...(Read more) -
Tom Goldrup Added: Mar. 9, 2013