Jonesville was located near Pyramid City.
Thompson and West (1881) state, "Jonesville was laid out two miles from Pyramid City, at which point is situated the Jones & Kinkead Mine, the most important in the district, and the one on which the most work has been done. Work has been temporarily' suspended on this mine, and as the developments in other claims have not proved as satisfactory as hoped, the district is but lightly populated. Pyramid City contains a post-office and four buildings, and the town of Jonesville, a hotel, a store and a dozen cabins."<ref>Myron Angel, David F. Myrick, "Reproduction of Thompson and West's History of Nevada, 1881," p. 643, (1881, 1958).</ref>
- GNIS Upper Pyramid (historical)
- Variant: Jonesville. Citation: "Paher, Stanley W. Nevada Ghost Towns and Mining Camps. Berkeley: Howell-North Books, 1970, 492 pp. Gives historical background for mining towns and camps in Nevada. p37"