Frank A. Gyberg Grave - Mountain View Cemetery


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Unknown Unknown c0127p.jpg C-127 B&W 1020.0127.0000 c0127p Print 4x4 Historic Photographs 1888-1970 Reproduction requires permission. Digital images property of SHM Library & Archives

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The recent burial of Frank A. Gyberg's (b. 1888 - d. 1970) grave located in Mountain View Cemetery, Prescott, Arizona. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio. His parents died at a young age and he headed west in 1901 to look for a job as a sheepherder. He moved to Arizona in 1912 and went to work for the Double O’s near Seligman. After service in the U.S. Army during World War I he bought the Major Midgely Ranch at Cornville with a loan from Moses Hazeltine. Gyberg was active in the affairs of cattlemen in Yavapai County, including the Yavapai Cattle Growers during the 1950s. He was a past president of the Arizona Cattle Growers Association. He was also one of the 17 founders of the National Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. Gyberg was largely responsible for organizing the Oak Creek Soil Conservation District in 1945. He was married to Ruby Louise Gyberg (b. 1891- d. 1979).

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