California Cemetery Records Research Guide

Do you need to get information from California cemetery records? If so, this is a task that is relatively easy, and it will not cost you a whole lot of money.

Yes, there probably will be a fee, but it will be minimal, to cover administrative costs at the cemetery.

California cemetery records contain a wealth of information about your ancestors from the state, and they can lead you to even more ancestors that you may not have even known about.

If you are trying to create a family tree, this is an excellent way to gather a lot of the information you are going to need for your research.

California Cemetery and gravestone inscriptions are a rich source of information for family historians. For Definitions of all Cemetery Terms See Symbols on Gravestones and Their Interpretations

California, Mortuary and Cemetery Records, 1801-1932 is a collection of Northern California burial and death records from 1800-1900. The records come from four different books that cover both Northern California in general and San Francisco, El Dorado, and Tehama County cemeteries.

California Cemetery Inscription Sources database contains the cemetery inscription sources for the state of California. Organized by county and cemetery name, it provides the researcher an invaluable tool in finding headstone inscriptions when travel to the cemetery is not possible.

Web: California, Find A Grave Index, 1775-2011 database contains an index to cemetery and final disposition details posted on Find a Grave. Find a Grave provides users a virtual cemetery experience, with images of grave markers from around the world, as well as photos, biographies, and other details uploaded by volunteers.

Be Prepared for a Lot of Work

When you are putting together a family tree using California cemetery records and other documents, you can expect to put a lot of work into your project. But, unlike other jobs, this is not really going to seem like work.

Once you begin digging into the California cemetery records, you will probably find that the information is so fascinating that your project is not work, but a labor of love that is fun to work on.

Using California cemetery records is a good way to learn a lot about your ancestors. Of course, these are not the only records you are going to be using, but California cemetery records are an excellent place to start.

What Can You Learn?

California cemetery records hold a lot of important information that is going to be vital to your research. For example, if you want to know how an ancestor died, you can usually find out from California cemetery records.

This is important to know, and you may even find that there is a family history of a certain health issue. Learning this from cemetery records may not only help your research, but it could end up saving your life, or the life of one of your loved ones.

Other things you can learn from California cemetery records include the name of the attending physician at the time of death, names of the deceased’s family members, location of death, and more.

Research In California Cemetery Records

Printed secondary sources of transcribed cemeteries exist for most California counties. The California State Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) has collected hundreds of such records.

Transcripts are housed both at the national DAR (see page 13) and with some local chapters and libraries. They are also available on microfilm through the FHL and the Sutro Library in San Francisco .

A complete set of the DAR records (more than 180 volumes) is also in the California Room of the California State Library. Included in this collection are census, newspaper, cemetery, court, Bible, and family records.

Most cemeteries previously located in San Francisco were “moved” out of the city in the 1930s to South San Francisco and Coloma in San Mateo County, for example.

Famous People Buried in California Cemeteries

County Name / Date / Cemetery Description
Alameda Sullivan, Jeremiah Cutler
10/1/1830 – 10/21/1890
Mountain View Cemetery
Civil War Union Brigadier General.
Born in Madison, Indiana, he entered the United States Navy as a midshipman in 1848, serving on 4 different vessels before resigning 6 years later.
Fresno Otani, Kazuo
6/2/1918 – 7/15/1944
Liberty Veterans Cemetery
World War II Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
He was a member of the famed Japanese-American 442nd Regimental Combat team during World War II.
Kern Owens, Buck
8/12/1929 – 3/25/2006
Greenlawn Southwest Mortuary and Cemetery
Country Music Singer, Composer, Entrepreneur.
He was born Alvis Edgar Owens Jr.
Los Angeles Albert, Eddie
4/22/1906 – 5/26/2005
Westwood Memorial Park
Born Edward Albert Heimberger, he is best remembered for his role of lawyer-turned-farmer ‘Oliver Wendell Douglas’ on the classic television comedy series “Green Acres”.
Los Angeles Allen, Gracie
7/26/1902 – 8/28/1964
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Comedienne, Actress.
The wife of George Burns, for more than 30 years she appeared on radio, television, and film, playing a single scatterbrained character, with her husband playing opposite as the straight man.
Los Angeles Allen, Steve
12/26/1921 – 10/30/2000
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Actor, Comedian, Composer, Author.
First host of the NBC “Tonight Show.
Los Angeles Andrews, Laverne
7/6/1915 – 5/8/1967
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Jazz Musician.
Along with her sisters Maxene and Patty, she was part of the Big Band singing Trio “The Andrews Sisters”.
Los Angeles Arness (Aurness), James (James King)
5/26/1923 – 6/3/2011
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Best remembered for his role of Marshall Matt Dillon in the long-running TV Western “Gunsmoke” (1955 to 1975).
Los Angeles Astaire, Fred
5/10/1899 – 6/22/1987
Oakwood Memorial Park
Actor, Entertainer, and Dancer.
Born Frederick Austerlitz, Jr, in Omaha, Nebraska, and the son of an Austrian immigrant, he entered show business at the age of 5, working in both vaudeville and Broadway in partnership with his sister, Adele Astaire.
Los Angeles Autry, Gene
9/29/1907 – 10/2/1998
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Actor, Singer.
Major League Baseball Team Owner.
Los Angeles Backus, Jim
2/25/1913 – 7/3/1989
Westwood Memorial Park
A screen, stage, radio and television figure, he is best known for being the voice of the cartoon character “Mr.
Los Angeles Ball, Lucille
8/6/1911 – 4/26/1989
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Legendary comedic actress, best known for the title role in the hit television sitcom of the 1950’s “I Love Lucy.
” She was born Lucille Desiree Ball was on August 6, 1911 in Jamestown, New York.
Los Angeles Barbera, Joe (Joseph Roland)
3/24/1911 – 12/18/2006
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
American animator, cartoon artist, storyboard artist, director, producer and co-founder, together with William Hanna, of Hanna-Barbera.
The studio produced well-known cartoons such as Tom and Jerry, The Huckleberry Hound Show, The Flintstones, The Jetsons, Scooby-Doo as well as the musical film, Charlotte’s Web.
Los Angeles Barker, Bob
12/12/1923 –
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Game Show Host and Television Personality, best remembered as the MC of the television game show, “The Price is Right,” currently the longest-running game show in television history (it started in 1972).
In 1999, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award for Daytime Television, as the show’s executive producer.
Los Angeles Barrymore (Blythe), John Sidney
2/15/1882 – 5/29/1942
Calvary Cemetery
He made his stage debut at the age of 18 in one of his father’s productions, but he really wanted to be an artist.
Los Angeles Barrymore, Lionel
4/12/1878 – 11/15/1954
Calvary Cemetery
Born on April 12, 1878 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as Lionel Herbert Blythe.
Los Angeles Benji I
5/10/1905 – 5/28/1905
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Animal Actor.
Benji I who’s real name was ‘Higgins’ was owned and trained by famed animal trainer and breeder Frank Inn. Inn adopted ‘Higgins’ in 1960 from the Burbank Animal Shelter in Burbank, California.
Los Angeles Benny (Kubelsky), Jack (Benjamin)
2/14/1894 – 12/26/1974
Hillside Memorial Park
Actor, Producer, Comedian.
He is best remembered for his comically inept violin playing (he was actually a very good violin player), his carefully constructed image as a penny-pincher, and for never being older than 39.
Los Angeles Berle, Milton
7/12/1908 – 3/27/2002
Hillside Memorial Park
Comic Actor whose career spanned show business from vaudeville, silent films, radio, television, to Broadway and Las Vegas.
Milton’s career began at the age of 5 on the streets of upper Manhattan, where he did Charlie Chaplin imitations to entertain other kids.
Los Angeles Billingsley, Barbara
12/22/1915 – 10/16/2010
Woodlawn Cemetery
Born Barbara Lillian Combes, she attended Los Angeles Junior College in the mid 1930s and then moved to New York City, where she worked as a model.
Los Angeles Blanc (Blank), Mel (Melvin Jerome)
5/30/1908 – 7/10/1989
Hollywood Forever
Voice Actor.
His career spanned radio, movies and television starting in the early 1930’s and even continued after his death into 2000.
Los Angeles Bogart, Humphrey DeForest
12/25/1899 – 1/14/1957
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Considered a true American icon, he became legendary for his stage and motion picture appearances.
Los Angeles Bolger (Bulcao), Ray (Raymond Wallace)
1/10/1904 – 1/15/1987
Holy Cross Cemetery
Born Raymond Wallace Bulcao in Dorchester, Massachusetts, son of James, a house painter, and Anne Bulcao.
Los Angeles Bosley, Tom
10/1/1927 – 10/19/2010
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
He will be remembered for his role as the patriarch Howard Cunningham in the popular TV series “Happy Days” (1974 to 1984).
Los Angeles Bow, Clara
7/29/1905 – 9/27/1965
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Known as the ‘It Girl,’ she is considered America’s first “Sex Symbol”.
Los Angeles Boyd, William
6/5/1895 – 9/12/1972
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Born William Lawrence Boyd he is most fondly remembered for his role of Hopalong Cassidy in numerous Westerns movies and the popular 1950s, TV series “Hopalong Cassidy”.
Los Angeles Bradbury, Ray
8/20/1920 –
Westwood Memorial Park
American literary writer famous for such books as “The Martian Chronicles”, “Farenheit 451” and “Something Wicked This Way Comes”.
This is his future burial site.
Los Angeles Brennan, Walter
7/25/1894 – 9/21/1974
San Fernando Mission Cemetery
The only man to win three Best Supporting Actor Oscar awards, Walter Brennan was probably the most successful character actor in American film.
Los Angeles Burns (Birnbaum), George (Nathan)
1/20/1896 – 3/9/1996
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Comedian, Actor.
He gained international fame with wife Gracie Allen.
Los Angeles Burroughs, Edgar Rice
9/1/1875 – 3/19/1950
Burroughs Office Building
Author, Master of Adventure.
Tarzan began with one novel followed by twenty nine others which then transcended into some forty movies including a Disney animated cartoon classic, television programs, a Sunday comic strip, hundreds of comic books and the marketing of Tarzan merchandise.
Los Angeles Candy, John
10/31/1950 – 3/4/1994
Holy Cross Cemetery
Born the second son of Sidney James and Evangeline Aker Candy in the Toronto suburb of East York, Canada.
Los Angeles Carpenter, Karen Anne
3/2/1950 – 2/4/1983
Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park
Best remembered for her singing partnership with her brother, Richard, as “The Carpenters.
Los Angeles Carradine, David (John Arthur)
12/8/1936 – 6/3/2009
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
American Actor.
Best known for his work in the 1970s television series Kung Fu and more recently in the movie Kill Bill.
Los Angeles Chaney, Lon (Leonidas Frank)
4/1/1883 – 8/26/1930
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
He moved from the stage to the screen in 1912, gradually getting more important parts, until his work in the 1919 film ‘The Miracle Worker’ established his reputation as one of the best character actors in Hollywood.
Los Angeles Charles, Ray
9/23/1930 – 6/10/2004
Inglewood Park Cemetery
Singer, Entertainer.
Born Ray Charles Robinson in Albany, Georgia, he was blind by age 7 and an orphan at 15.
Los Angeles Coburn, James
8/31/1928 – 11/18/2002
Westwood Memorial Park
He was best known for his roles in Hollywood western films and classic television series, usually as a sidekick.
Los Angeles Cole, Nat King
3/17/1919 – 2/15/1965
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Singer, Actor.
During his career he sold over 28 million records for songs including “Sweet Lorraine”, “Ramblin’ Rose”, and “Mona Lisa”, and appeared in 28 motion pictures and television programs, usually playing himself, including “Cat Ballou” (1965), and “Breakfast in Hollywood” (1943).
Los Angeles Connors, Chuck
4/10/1921 – 11/10/1992
San Fernando Mission Cemetery
Real name Kevin Joseph Charles Aloysius Connors.
Los Angeles Cooke, Sam
1/22/1931 – 12/11/1964
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Singer, Gospel, Blues, Soul and Pop, Songwriter.
Sam Cooke is considered the father of soul music and was immensely popular in both the black and white communities.
Los Angeles Costello, Lou (Louis Francis Cristillo)
3/6/1906 – 3/3/1959
Calvary Cemetery
Actor, Comedian.
He is best remembered for his partnership with Bud Abbott
Los Angeles Crosby, Bing (Harry Lillis)
5/2/1904 – 10/14/1977
Holy Cross Cemetery
Actor, Singer.
He is best remembered for his many “Road” movies with costar Bob Hope, for such classic movies as “Going My Way” (1944), “White Christmas” (1954), and for such songs as “White Christmas” (1942).
Los Angeles Dangerfield (Cohen), Rodney (Jacob)
11/22/1921 – 10/5/2004
Westwood Memorial Park
Actor, comedian.
Born Jacob Cohen, a native of Long Island, New York, Mr.
Los Angeles Davis Jr. , Sammy
12/8/1925 – 5/16/1990
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
American Entertainment Icon.
Acclaimed and beloved singer, actor, and dancer.
Los Angeles Davis, Bette (Ruth Elizabeth)
4/5/1908 – 10/6/1989
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
She was born Ruth Elizabeth Davis in Lowell, Massachusetts.
Los Angeles Dee, Sandra
4/23/1942 – 2/20/2005
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Born Alexandra Zuck, she made her professional debut as a model at age four, was appearing in commercials by age twelve and at the age of fourteen made her first film, “Until they Sail.
Los Angeles DeMille, Cecil (Cecil Blount) B.
8/12/1881 – 1/21/1959
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Legendary Movie Producer, Director.
Born in Ashfield, Massachusetts, he was renowned for flamboyance and showmanship in his movies for both silent and sound films.
Los Angeles Disney, Walt (Walter Elias)
12/5/1901 – 12/15/1966
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Entertainment Magnate and Film Pioneer.
Most remembered for creating Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and a host of other cartoon characters.
Los Angeles Dunne, Irene
12/20/1898 – 9/4/1990
Calvary Cemetery
Born on December 20, 1898 in Louisville, Kentucky, she was named Irene Marie Dunne.
Los Angeles Durante, Jimmy
2/10/1893 – 1/29/1980
Holy Cross Cemetery
Legendary actor, comedian and vaudeville star for over 50 years.
He is fondly remembered for his trademark large nose (which he referred to as the Great Schnozzola), gravel voice, and slaughter of words.
Los Angeles Earhart, Amelia
7/24/1897 – 4/20/1905
Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park
Aviation Pioneer.
She was born in Atchison, Kansas.
Los Angeles Elliot (Cohen), Cass (Ellen Naomi)
9/19/1941 – 7/29/1974
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
Rock Singer.
She was a singer for the folk-rock group “Mamas and the Papas,” during the 1960s and early 1970s.
Los Angeles Fairbanks Jr. , Douglas
12/9/1909 – 5/7/2000
Hollywood Forever
Movie star of the 1930s and 1940s.
Los Angeles Fairbanks Sr. , Douglas
5/23/1883 – 12/12/1939
Hollywood Forever
Legendary Motion Picture Actor.
Born Douglas Elton Thomas Ulman in Denver, Colorado on May 23, 1883.
Los Angeles Falk, Peter
9/16/1927 – 6/23/2011
Westwood Memorial Park
Fondly remembered for his role of Lieutenant Columbo in the popular TV series “Columbo” (1971 to 1978).
Los Angeles Fawcett, Farrah (Mary Farrah)
2/2/1947 – 6/25/2009
Westwood Memorial Park
Born Mary Farrah Leni Fawcett, she is best known for her role as Jill Munroe from the television series “Charlie’s Angels.
Los Angeles Fields (Dukenfield), W.C. (William Claude)
1/29/1880 – 12/25/1946
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
He was the oldest of the five children born to Kate Spangler Felton, a native of Philadelphia, and James Dukenfield, an immigrant from England.
Los Angeles Fine, Larry
10/5/1902 – 1/24/1975
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
He was the frizzy-haired star of the legendary comedy team the <a href=”http://www.
Los Angeles Fitzgerald, Ella
4/25/1918 – 6/15/1996
Inglewood Park Cemetery
The most celebrated jazz singer of her generation, Ella Fitzgerald was known as the First Lady of Jazz (or Song), for her ability to perform with virtuosity rivaling that of the greatest instrumentalists.
She was born to unmarried parents, and before Ella was a year old her father William Fitzgerald, a wagon driver left the family.
Los Angeles Flynn, Errol
6/20/1909 – 10/14/1959
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
He is best remembered for his numerous roles as a swashbuckling hero or a dashing romantic character.
Los Angeles Ford, Glenn
5/1/1916 – 8/30/2006
Woodlawn Cemetery
Born Gwyllyn Samuel Newton Ford in Canada, when he was eight years old his father, a railroad executive, moved his family to Santa Monica, California.
Los Angeles Frank, Anne
6/12/1929 – 3/12/1945
Beth Olam Cemetery
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Anne Frank loved American movies and dreamed of becoming a star.
Los Angeles Frawley, William Clement
2/26/1887 – 3/3/1966
San Fernando Mission Cemetery
He is best known for his portrayal of Lucille Ball’s gruff landlord ‘Fred Mertz’ on the groundbreaking 1950s television situation comedy “I Love Lucy.
Los Angeles Gable, Clark
2/1/1901 – 11/16/1960
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Born under the name William Clark Gable, his early life was ordinary, unhappy and confusing.
Los Angeles Gabor, Eva
2/11/1919 – 7/4/1995
Westwood Memorial Park
She is best remembered for her role of ‘Lisa Douglas’ in the comic television series, “Green Acres”, in which she plays a city socialite forced to become a rural farmer’s wife when her husband, played by Eddie Albert, decides to abandon his career as a lawyer to return to his roots.
Los Angeles Getty, Estelle
7/25/1923 – 7/22/2008
Hollywood Forever
Best known for her role as sassy Italian octogenarian “Sophia Petrillo”, on the hit sitcom “The Golden Girls.
Los Angeles Gibb, Andy
3/5/1958 – 3/10/1988
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Born Andrew Roy Gibb, he was an 1980s pop icon and musician.
Los Angeles Goldwyn, Samuel
8/17/1879 – 1/31/1974
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Legendary Hollywood producer, mogul.
Los Angeles Grable, Betty (Ruth Elizabeth)
12/18/1916 – 7/2/1973
Inglewood Park Cemetery
She was born Ruth Elizabeth Grable in St.
Los Angeles Greene (Green), Lorne (Lyon)
2/12/1915 – 9/11/1987
Hillside Memorial Park
He is most remembered for his role as ‘Ben Cartwright’ on the 1960s television western series “Bonanza,” and as ‘Commander Adama’ in the 1970s television science fiction series “Battlestar Galactica.
Los Angeles Griffin, Merv (Mervyn Edward)
7/6/1925 – 8/12/2007
Westwood Memorial Park
Entertainer, Businessman.
Began his career as a singer and actor in movies and on Broadway, then hosted his own television show, “The Merv Griffin Show,” which ran for 20 years.
Los Angeles Gwenn, Edmund
9/26/1877 – 9/6/1959
Chapel Of The Pines Crematory
Respected stage and motion picture actor of the 1910s, 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s.
He is best known for his portrayal of ‘Kris Kringle’ in the 1947 holiday classic “Miracle on 34th Street,” for which he won the Best Actor Oscar.
Los Angeles Hardy, Oliver
1/18/1892 – 8/7/1957
Pierce Brothers Valhalla Memorial Park
Legendary comic actor
he found his greatest success when paired with equally legendary Stan Laurel.
Los Angeles Harlow, Jean
3/3/1911 – 6/7/1937
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
While only in the spotlight for ten short years, life was cut short by her untimely death and one can only speculate as to what might have transpired had she had a normal lifespan.
Los Angeles Harmon, Larry ‘Bozo The Clown’
1/2/1925 – 7/3/2008
Mount Sinai Memorial Park
Larry Harmon portrayed ‘Bozo the Clown’ for more than fifty years.
Los Angeles Hayes, Gabby (George)
5/7/1885 – 2/9/1969
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
American motion-picture actor of the 1920s through 1950s.
Well-known for playing the sidekick role to several star actors, including John Wayne, Roy Rogers, and Randolph Scott.
Los Angeles Hayworth, Rita
10/17/1918 – 5/14/1987
Holy Cross Cemetery
Born to Spanish dancer Eduardo Cansino and Volga Hayworth, a Ziegfield Follies showgirl, Rita Hayworth began her career as a dancer in the family act during her adolescence.
Los Angeles Heston (Carter), Charlton (John Charles)
10/4/1923 – 4/5/2008
Saint Matthew’s Episcopal Church Columbarium
A Hollywood legend, he became a superstar playing larger-than-life characters, from Moses to Michaelangelo, in big screen epics of the 1950s and 1960s.
Los Angeles Hope, Bob (Leslie Townes)
5/29/1903 – 7/27/2003
Mission San Fernando Rey de España
Comedian, Actor, Entertainer.
Legendary comic performer whose career spanned from the 1930s to the 1990s.
Los Angeles Hope, Dolores
5/27/1909 – 9/19/2011
Mission San Fernando Rey de Espana Cemetery
Singer, Philanthropist and Humanitarian.
Widow of legendary entertainer Bob Hope.
Los Angeles Howard (Horwitz), Curly (Jerome Lester)
10/22/1903 – 1/18/1952
Home of Peace Memorial Park
He was the youngest of Jennie and Solomon Horwitz’s five sons, and because of his status as family baby, his mother would often call him “My baby,” leading his four much-older brothers to tease him by calling him Baby and later Babe, a nickname he later grew to like so much he often went by it.
Los Angeles Howard (Horwitz), Moe (Moses Harry)
6/19/1897 – 5/4/1975
Hillside Memorial Park
From a very early age he was interested in acting, a talent that was helped along by his voracious memory and capacity for memorizing just about anything, including all of the many books he read and all of the plays he saw when he was skipping school.
Los Angeles Howard (Horwitz), Shemp (Samuel)
3/17/1895 – 11/23/1955
Home of Peace Memorial Park
Actor, Comedian.
He achieved legend status as a member of the “Three Stooges” comedy team.
Los Angeles Huston, John
8/5/1906 – 8/28/1987
Hollywood Forever
Academy-Award winning motion picture director, actor, and writer of the 1920s thru 1980s.
Directed Hollywood film classics such as “The Treasure of the Sierra Madre” (1948), “The Asphalt Jungle” (1950), and “The African Queen” (1951).
Los Angeles Jackson, Michael
8/29/1958 – 6/25/2009
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Musician, Entertainer.
He was called the “King of Pop,” and is best remembered for his revolutionary videos such as “Thriller” (1982), and “Dangerous” (1991), as well as two Guinness World Records: Most successful entertainer of all time (with 13 Grammy Awards, 13 Number One single hits in a solo career, and sales of over 750 million in albums worldwide), and for having the greatest selling album of all time (“Thriller”).
Los Angeles Jolson (Joelson), Al (Asa)
5/26/1886 – 10/23/1950
Hillside Memorial Park
Legendary singer, actor, entertainer.
Al Jolson was one of the greatest entertainers of the first half of the 20th century, referred to as the World’s Greatest Entertainer in his time.
Los Angeles Keaton, Buster
10/4/1895 – 2/1/1966
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Legendary motion picture comic actor, writer, producer, and director of the 1910s thru 1960s.
Born on October 4, 1895, in Piqua, Kansas, as Joseph Francis Keaton.
Los Angeles Knotts, Don
7/21/1924 – 2/24/2006
Westwood Memorial Park
Actor, Comedian.
Born Jesse Donald Knotts in Morgantown, West Virginia, he is best known for his roles as ‘Deputy Barney Fife’ in the 1960s television series the “Andy Griffith Show,” and as landlord ‘Ralph Furley’ from the late 1970s television situation comedy series “Three’s Company.
Los Angeles Korman, Harvey Herschel
2/15/1927 – 5/29/2008
Woodlawn Cemetery
Actor, Comedian.
Born the son of Ellen Belcher and Cyril Korman in Chicago, Illinois.
Los Angeles Ladd, Alan
9/3/1913 – 1/29/1964
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
He is best remembered for his 1953 role of ‘Shane’ in the western movie of the same name.
Los Angeles LaLanne, Jack
9/26/1914 – 1/23/2011
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Fitness, exercise, nutritional expert, and motivational speaker.
Known as “the godfather of fitness”, he published numerous books on fitness and hosted a fitness television show between 1951 and 1985.
Los Angeles Lamour, Dorothy
12/10/1914 – 9/22/1996
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Actress of Motion Pictures and Television.
Born Mary Leta Dorothy Slaton in New Orleans, Louisiana; daughter of Carmen Louise and John Watson Slaton.
Los Angeles L’Amour, Louis
3/22/1908 – 6/10/1988
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
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He was born Louis Dearborn LaMoore in Jamestown, North Dakota, the last of seven children to a veterinarian father and a teacher mother.
Los Angeles Lancaster, Burt
11/2/1913 – 10/20/1994
Westwood Memorial Park
He was born Burton Stephen Lancaster one of five children in New York City to a postal worker.
Los Angeles Landon (Orowitz), Michael (Eugene Maurice)
10/31/1936 – 7/1/1991
Hillside Memorial Park
Actor, Writer, Producer, Director.
Born in Forest Hills, New York, to Eli Maurice Orowitz and Peggy O’Neal Orowitz.
Los Angeles Laughton, Charles
7/1/1899 – 12/15/1962
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Appeared on stage and in motion pictures from the 1920s to the 1960s.
Los Angeles Laurel, Stan
6/16/1890 – 2/23/1965
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Legendary comic actor, he found his greatest success when paired with equally legendary Oliver Hardy
Los Angeles Lee, Peggy
5/26/1920 – 1/21/2002
Westwood Memorial Park
Singer, Songwriter and Actress.
Best remembered for songs “Fever,” “Lover,” “Big Spender,” and a host of other songs.
Los Angeles Leigh, Janet
7/6/1927 – 10/3/2004
Westwood Memorial Park
Born Jeanette Helen Morrison, she was discovered when retired film star Norma Shearer saw her picture at a ski resort.
Los Angeles Lemmon, Jack
2/8/1925 – 6/27/2001
Westwood Memorial Park
Throughout his 47 years as an actor, he worked on 50 films, earned 8 Academy Awards nominations, and won the Oscar twice.
Los Angeles Liberace (Wladziu Valentino)
5/16/1919 – 2/4/1987
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
He was born Wladziu  (Polish for Walter)  Liberace  in West Allis, Wisconsin to immigrant Italian and Polish parents one of four children.
Los Angeles Lloyd, Harold
4/20/1893 – 3/8/1971
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Legendary, innovative comic actor in many motion pictures of the 1910s through the 1950s.
Born in Nebraska, Harold’s career began at the age of 12.
Los Angeles Lombard, Carole
10/6/1908 – 1/16/1942
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Born Jane Alice Peters in Fort Wayne, Indiana, one of three children, her parents separated and with her mother she moved to California.
Los Angeles Lorre (Loewenstein), Peter (Laszlo)
6/26/1904 – 3/23/1964
Hollywood Forever
Beloved character actor, whose style and accent made him popular with his fans.
Born Laszlo Loewenstein in Rosenberg, Austria-Hungary (now Ruzomberok, Slovakia), his parents were Alois and Elvira Lorre.
Los Angeles Lugosi, Bela
10/20/1882 – 8/16/1956
Holy Cross Cemetery
Legendary stage and screen actor of the 1910s through 1950s.
He is most widely identified with his title role in the movie “Dracula” (1931).
Los Angeles MacDonald, Jeanette
6/18/1903 – 1/14/1965
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Actress and Singer.
She is best remembered for her partnership with singer <a href=”http://www.
Los Angeles MacMurray, Fred
8/30/1908 – 11/5/1991
Holy Cross Cemetery
One of the most underrated actors of the 20th century, Fred MacMurray played bemused husband, unrepentant heel and perfect father with panache and style.
Los Angeles Malden, Karl
3/22/1912 – 7/1/2009
Westwood Memorial Park
A versatile performer mainly in supporting roles, he appeared in nearly one hundred motion pictures, television programs and theatre productions since the late 1930’s.
Los Angeles Mansfield, Jayne
4/19/1933 – 6/29/1967
Hollywood Forever
Born Vera Jayne Palmer in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, her family moved to Dallas, Texas, after the death of her father to a heart attack and the remarriage of her mother.
Los Angeles Martin (Crocetti), Dean (Dino Paul)
6/7/1917 – 12/25/1995
Westwood Memorial Park
Legendary Singer, Actor, and Comedian.
Born Dino Paul Crocetti in Stuebenville, Ohio.
Los Angeles Marx, Chico
3/22/1887 – 10/11/1961
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Vaudeville, stage, and motion picture actor/comedian/entertainer.
One of the legendary Marx Brothers along with Groucho, Harpo, Zeppo, and Gummo.
Los Angeles Marx, Groucho (Julius)
10/2/1890 – 8/19/1977
Eden Memorial Park
Legendary Actor, Comedian.
Groucho was probably the best known of the Marx Brothers comedy team.
Los Angeles Matthau, Walter
10/1/1920 – 7/1/2000
Westwood Memorial Park
Born Walter John Matthow in New York City to Russian immigrants and grew up on the Lower East Side.
Los Angeles Mayer, Louis B.
7/4/1885 – 10/29/1957
Home of Peace Memorial Park
Motion Picture Executive.
As Vice President in charge of production at Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer from its inception until 1951, he was the mightiest of Hollywood moguls.
Los Angeles McDaniel, Hattie
6/10/1895 – 10/26/1952
Angelus Rosedale Cemetery
She made Hollywood history as the first African-American to win an Academy Award, for Best Supporting Actress in “Gone With the Wind” (1939).
Los Angeles McDaniel, Hattie
6/10/1895 – 10/26/1952
Hollywood Forever
She made Hollywood history as the first African-American to win an Academy Award, for Best Supporting Actress in “Gone With the Wind” (1939).
Los Angeles McGavin, Darren
5/7/1922 – 2/25/2006
Hollywood Forever
Character actor seen in movies and television.
Los Angeles Meadows (Cotter), Audrey
2/8/1926 – 2/3/1996
Holy Cross Cemetery
Born to Episcopal missionary parents in WuChang, China.
Los Angeles Memorial to the Six Million

Mount Sinai Memorial Park
Holocaust Memorial.
This powerful commemoration of the Nazi genocide can be found in Mount Sinai Memorial Park, nestled at the foot of Mt. Lee in the Hollywood Hills. On a field of gravel, some two-dozen cement slabs bear the names of concentration camps, ghettos, and massacre sites where victims of the Holocaust perished.
Los Angeles Mix, Tom
1/6/1880 – 10/12/1940
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Cowboy Actor.
His movie career spanned 26 years, from 1909 through 1935.
Los Angeles Monroe (Baker), Marilyn (Norma Jean)
6/1/1926 – 8/5/1962
Westwood Memorial Park
In a career that spanned 16 years, with no acting experience and through the promotion of her sex symbol image, Marilyn became  a Hollywood media star and a legend while making 29 movies.
Los Angeles Montalban, Ricardo
11/25/1920 – 1/14/2009
Holy Cross Cemetery
Born Ricardo Gonzalo Pedro Montalbán y Merino in Mexico City, Mexico the son of Spanish immigrants Ricarda Merino and Jenaro Montalbán.
Los Angeles Moore, Clayton
9/14/1914 – 12/28/1999
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Best remembered for his role of “The Lone Ranger” on the television series of the same name.
Los Angeles Nelson, Harriet
7/18/1909 – 10/2/1994
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Born Peggy Sue Snyder to actor parents in Des Moines, Iowa.
Los Angeles Nelson, Ozzie (Oswald George)
3/20/1906 – 6/3/1975
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Fondly remembered as the kindly father in the classic 1950s-60s television series “The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet.
Los Angeles Nelson, Ricky (Eric Hilliard)
5/8/1940 – 12/31/1985
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Singer and Actor.
Eric Hilliard Nelson was born in Teaneck, New Jersey, to Ozzie and Harriet Nelson.
Los Angeles O’Brien, Pat (William Joseph)
11/11/1899 – 10/15/1983
Holy Cross Cemetery
Actor, best remembered for his tough Irish character roles, often playing an Irish cop, an Irish priest, or an Irish descended soldier.
His Irish brogue was not natural, yet it always seemed to charm his movie audiences.
Los Angeles O’Connor, Carroll
8/2/1924 – 6/21/2001
Westwood Memorial Park
He is best known for playing Archie Bunker on “All In The Family”.
Los Angeles Orbison, Roy
4/23/1936 – 12/6/1988
Westwood Memorial Park
Singer, Songwriter.
He is best remembered for his songs, “Oh, Pretty Woman,” and “Only the Lonely.
Los Angeles Page (Peal), LaWanda (Alberta)
10/19/1920 – 9/14/2002
Inglewood Park Cemetery
Best known for her role as Aunt Esther Anderson on “Sanford And Son”, she appeared in many films.
Los Angeles Page, Bettie
4/22/1923 – 12/11/2008
Westwood Memorial Park
Model, American Folk Figure.
Called variously the “Queen of Pinups”, the “Queen of Curves”, and the “Dark Angel”, she was the subject of thousands of photographs during and shortly after the Korean War years years.
Los Angeles Patton, George Smith
11/11/1885 – 12/21/1945
San Gabriel Cemetery
United States World War II Army General.
He was born at Lake Vineyard Ranch what is now San Marino, California.
Los Angeles Peck, Gregory
4/5/1916 – 6/12/2003
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels
He was a lanky handsome movie star whose long career included such classics as “Roman Holiday,” “Spellbound,” and his Academy Award winner “To Kill a Mockingbird.
Los Angeles Pete the Pup

Los Angeles Pet Memorial Park
Cause of death: Poisoned-unproven
Los Angeles Pickford, Mary
April 9, 1892 – 5/29/1979
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Legendary Actress.
Born Gladys Louise Smith on April 8, 1892 in Toronto Canada.
Los Angeles Pleshette, Suzanne
1/31/1937 – 1/19/2008
Hillside Memorial Park
Born in Brooklyn, New York the only child of Eugene and Geraldine Kaplan Pleshette, she entered the High School of the Performing Arts at twelve, and attended Syracuse University with a drama major.
Los Angeles Power Jr. , Tyrone
5/5/1914 – 11/15/1958
Hollywood Forever
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, he was one of the most popular swashbuckling movie stars of the 1930s and 1940s.
Los Angeles Rawls, Lou
12/1/1933 – 1/6/2006
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Grammy award-winning soul singer, humanitarian and actor.
Velvet-voiced singer with a four-octave range known for such signature hits as “You’ll Never Find (Another Love Like Mine),” “Lady Love” and “Love is a Hurtin’ Thing.
Los Angeles Reed, Donna
1/27/1921 – 1/14/1986
Westwood Memorial Park
Born Donnabelle Mullenger, she was attending Los Angeles City College when she gave an impressive screen test for MGM Studios and was signed to a contract.
Los Angeles Reeves, George Bessolo
1/5/1914 – 6/16/1959
Mountain View Cemetery and Mausoleum
Actor, he is best remembered for his role of Superman in the 1950s television series of the same name.
Born George Keefer Brewer in Woolstock, Iowa, to Don and Helen Lescher Brewer.
Los Angeles Ritter, John
9/17/1948 – 9/11/2003
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
A figure in television and motion pictures, he is fondly remembered for his role in the television comedy series “Three’s Company” and “8 Simple Rules for Dating my Daughter.
Los Angeles Robinson (Smith), Sugar Ray (Walker)
5/3/1920 – 4/12/1989
Inglewood Park Cemetery
Welterweight and 5-time Middleweight Champion of the World.
Robinson is hailed by fans and fighters alike as being,  pound for pound,  the greatest fighter in History.
Los Angeles Rogers, Ginger
7/16/1911 – 4/25/1995
Oakwood Memorial Park
Actress, Singer.
Born Virginia Katherine McMath in Independence, Missouri, she was given the name “Ginger” by her cousin, who could not pronounce “Virginia” correctly.
Los Angeles Romero, Cesar
2/15/1907 – 1/1/1994
Inglewood Park Cemetery
Grandson of Cuban patriot Jose Marti.
One of Hollywood’s handsome leading men in the 1940s and ’50s.
Los Angeles Russell, Rosalind
6/4/1907 – 11/28/1976
Holy Cross Cemetery
Born One of seven childen to Clara and James Edward Russell in Waterbury, Connecticut.
Los Angeles Ryan, Irene
10/17/1902 – 4/26/1973
Woodlawn Cemetery
American vaudeville, stage, motion picture, and television actress of the 1920s thru 1960s.
Gained international fame while playing the role of ‘Granny’ on the 1960s TV series “The Beverly Hillbillies.
Los Angeles Savalas, Telly
1/21/1922 – 1/22/1994
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Motion Picture and Television Actor.
He was born Terry Aristotle Savalas in Garden City, New York, to Greek immigrant parents.
Los Angeles Scott, George C.
10/18/1927 – 9/22/1999
Westwood Memorial Park
Whether Buck Turgidson in “Dr.
Los Angeles Selznick, David O.
5/10/1902 – 6/22/1965
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Legendary motion picture producer, he is best remembered for producing the landmark 1939 film, “Gone With the Wind,” which earned him an Oscar for Best Picture (the picture also won a total of 8 Oscars plus two special awards).
Selznick also won the 1940 Oscar for Best Picture, for the film “Rebecca,” being the first producer to win Best Picture Oscars two years in a row.
Los Angeles Shaw, Artie
5/23/1910 – 12/30/2004
Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park
Born Arthur Arshawsky, he helped define the big band and swing music eras.
Los Angeles Sheldon, Sidney
2/11/1917 – 1/30/2007
Westwood Memorial Park
Best-selling Novelist, Film and Television Screenplay Writer.
He is best remembered for creating such popular shows as “I Dream of Jeannie” (1965-1970) and for writing the novels “The Other Side of Midnight” (1973) and “Rage of Angels” (1980).
Los Angeles Shore, Dinah (Frances Rose)
2/29/1916 – 2/24/1994
Hillside Memorial Park
Singer, actress, television hostess.
Fondly remembered for her long career on stage, screen, TV, and radio.
Los Angeles Silver (Cloud) (White)
4/20/1905 – 5/12/1905
Hudkin Stable Grounds
Equine Actor.
He starred as Silver in “The Lone Ranger” Television Series from 1949 to 1954, and was thought to be one of the most popular horses of all the western heroes.
Los Angeles Skelton (Skelton), Red (Richard)
7/18/1913 – 9/17/1997
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Actor, Comedian.
As a vaudevillian, member of the MGM pantheon of film stars and then a television pioneer, he parlayed his comedic genius and gentle, if sometimes lonely, soul into a legendary career spanning seven decades, and had a talent for characterization, whether in film (“The Fuller Brush Man”) or television (“San Fernando Red,” “Freddie the Freeloader,” “Clem Kadiddlehopper.
Los Angeles Spelling, Aaron
4/22/1923 – 6/23/2006
Hillside Memorial Park
Television Producer.
A graduate of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, he took the name Jerry Lane during World War II.
Los Angeles Stack, Robert
1/13/1919 – 5/14/2003
Westwood Memorial Park
Born in Los Angeles, California to James Langford Stack and Elizabeth Modini Wood Stack.
Los Angeles Steiger, Rod
4/14/1925 – 7/9/2002
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
Born Rodney Stephen Steiger, his parents had a song-and-dance act and following their divorce when he was a year old, he was raised by his mother and stepfather.
Los Angeles Stewart, James ‘Jimmy’
5/20/1908 – 7/2/1997
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Actor, American Icon.
James Stewart was born in Indiana, Pennsylvania, where he had an ideal childhood with encouraging and supporting parents.
Los Angeles Switzer, Carl ‘Alfalfa’
8/7/1927 – 1/21/1959
Hollywood Forever
He is best remembered for his role of ‘Alfalfa’ in the “Our Gang” series of comedies.
Los Angeles Tate, Sharon Marie
1/24/1943 – 8/9/1969
Holy Cross Cemetery
Actress/Manson Victim.
Sharon Tate was the daughter of Army intelligence officer Paul and housewife <a href=”http://www.
Los Angeles Taylor, Elizabeth
2/27/1932 – 3/23/2011
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Actress, Humanitarian.
One of the most glamorous stars to emerge during Hollywood’s fabled “Golden Age”.
Los Angeles Thomas, William ‘Buckwheat’
3/12/1931 – 10/10/1980
Inglewood Park Cemetery
One of the most popular of “The Little Rascals”.
Thomas played Buckwheat in 93 “Our Gang” films, beginning in 1934.
Los Angeles Torme, Mel
9/13/1925 – 6/5/1999
Westwood Memorial Park
Jazz singer, Actor, Composer, Author.
Nicknamed “The Velvet Fog,” he was a performer almost from the beginning and always said his introduction and love of Jazz was acquired from his birthplace and exposure to music in the black section of Chicago.
Los Angeles Toto (Terry)
11/17/1935 – 9/1/1945
Hollywood Forever Cemetery
Canine movie star.
Carl Spitz spent many years in Hollywood not only readying dogs for films but also training “Dogs for Defense” during World War II.
Los Angeles Tracy, Spencer
4/5/1900 – 6/10/1967
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
Legendary, award-winning American stage and motion picture figure of the 1930s through the 1960s.
Los Angeles Twain (Clemens), Mark (Samuel Langhorne)
11/30/1835 – 4/21/1910
Eternal Valley Memorial Park
Author, HumoriSt. 
He is remembered not only for authoring many books but also for his humorist maxims, quotations and opinions.
Los Angeles Valens, Ritchie
5/13/1941 – 2/3/1959
San Fernando Mission Cemetery
Rock Musician, Singer.
Born Richard Steven Valenzuela in a largely Hispanic community north of Los Angeles known as the San Fernando Valley, his father was a devotee of flamenco music and blues and instilled his love of music to Ritchie.
Los Angeles Valentino, Rudolph
5/6/1895 – 8/23/1926
Hollywood Forever
Born Rodolfo Alfonzo Raffaelo Pierre Filibert Guglielmi di Valentina d’Antonguolla in the small town of Castellaneta, Puglia, Italy, he originally had no intention of becoming an actor.
Los Angeles Van Iersel, Louis (Ludovicus)
10/19/1893 – 6/9/1987
Sierra Madre Pioneer Cemetery
World War I Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
As an immigrant from The Netherlands, Van Iersel was aboard a British vessel bound for the United States in February, 1917, when the ship was torpedoed by a German submarine.
Los Angeles Webb, Jack
4/2/1920 – 12/23/1982
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills)
He is best remembered for his role of Police Sgt. Joe Friday on the television series “Dragnet” in the 1960s and 1970s. Born John Randolph “Jack” Webb in Santa Monica, California, he grew up in the poor section of Los Angeles in a rooming house that his mother ran.
Los Angeles Welk, Lawrence
3/11/1903 – 5/17/1992
Holy Cross Cemetery
Jazz Bandleader, Musician.
He is best remembered for his television show, “The Lawrence Welk Show” which ran for 27 years, from 1955 to 1982.
Los Angeles Wilder, Billy
6/22/1906 – 3/27/2002
Westwood Memorial Park
Legendary, Academy-Award winning motion picture writer, director, and producer of the 1920s thru 1980s.
Won Oscars for the classic films “The Lost Weekend” (1945), “Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles Wilson, Carl
12/21/1946 – 2/6/1998
Westwood Memorial Park
Legendary singer/songwriter with the highly influencial 1960s-70s pop-rock band The Beach Boys.
He sang lead vocal on the timeless classic “God Only Knows,” among many other popular songs.
Los Angeles Winters, Shelley
8/18/1920 – 1/14/2006
Hillside Memorial Park
Born Shirley Schrift in East St.
Los Angeles Wood, Natalie
7/20/1938 – 11/29/1981
Westwood Memorial Park
Most remembered for her role of Susan Walker in “Miracle on 34th Street” (1947), a Christmas classic movie.
Los Angeles Woodson, Ali Ollie
9/12/1951 – 5/30/2010
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
He was lead vocalist for the legendary Motown musical group The Temptations from 1984 to 1986 and from 1988 to 1996.
Los Angeles Wyatt, Jane
8/12/1910 – 10/20/2006
San Fernando Mission Cemetery
Best remembered as devoted wife and mother ‘Margaret Anderson’ on the television series “Father Knows Best,” opposite Robert Young from 1954 to 1960.
Los Angeles Young, Loretta (Gretchen)
1/6/1913 – 8/12/2000
Holy Cross Cemetery
Loretta Young began her career at the age of 4 as a child extra in silent films.
Los Angeles Young, Robert
2/22/1907 – 7/21/1998
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)
In a career that lasted over fifty years, Robert Young performed on stage, screen and radio, appearing in some 100 movies before making a successful transition to television.
Mendocino Seabiscuit
4/16/1905 – 5/17/1947
Ridgewood Ranch
Racehorse and American Folk Animal.
This champion thoroughbred horse famous during the Great Depression was literally forgotten until he became the subject of a book, “Seabiscuit: An American Legend,” followed in 2003 by a Universal Studio film “Seabiscuit.
Mono Garfield, James A.
11/19/1831 – 9/19/1881
Bodie Cemetery – Miners Union Section
This monument was originally carved to memorialize William Bodey, founder of the town of Bodie.
But, when President Garfield was assassinated, the fickle public changed the inscription, turning it into a tribute to Garfield instead.
Monterey Steinbeck, John Ernst
2/27/1902 – 12/20/1968
Garden of Memories Memorial Park
He was a prolific writer who wrote scores of novels, short stories, anthologies and covered World War II as a war correspondent for the “New York Tribune”.
Orange Carpenter, Karen Anne
3/2/1950 – 2/4/1983
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Cypress)
Best remembered for her singing partnership with her brother, Richard, as “The Carpenters. “
Orange Hanna, William
7/14/1910 – 3/22/2001
Ascension Cemetery
Legendary animation mogul.
He is the ‘Hanna’ in ‘Hanna and Barbera’ who are responsible for animated shows such as “The Flinstones” and “The Jetsons.
Orange Nixon (Ryan), Pat (Thelma)
3/16/1912 – 6/22/1993
Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace
Presidential First Lady.
The wife of US President Richard Nixon.
Orange Nixon, Richard Milhous
1/9/1913 – 4/22/1994
Richard Nixon Library and Birthplace
37th United States President.
Born in California.
Orange Ten Boom, Corrie
4/15/1892 – 4/15/1983
Fairhaven Memorial Park
Born Cornelia Johanna Arnolda ten Boom, he many works include “The Hiding Place.
Orange Wayne (Morrison), John (Marion)
5/26/1907 – 6/11/1979
Pacific View Memorial Park
He is noted mostly for his military and cowboy roles, and an American Icon.
Riverside Bono, Sonny (Salvatore Phillip)
2/16/1935 – 1/5/1998
Desert Memorial Park
Entertainer, US Congressman.
Until the early 1960s, he had a job delivering meat along the Sunset Strip in California.
Riverside Capra, Frank
5/18/1897 – 9/3/1991
Coachella Valley Public Cemetery
Legendary motion picture director, writer, and producer of the 1920s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s.
Three-time Oscar winner for his direction on several timeless classic movies.
Riverside Hudson, Rock
11/17/1925 – 10/2/1985
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Cathedral City)
Born Roy Harold Scherer Jr.
Riverside Memorial, American Veterans

Riverside National Cemetery
Veteran’s Memorial is dedicated to the memory of all American Veterans in acknowledgement to the sacrifice and service to their country.
Erected by the Veterans and Patriots of California in May 2000, the memorial also stands for those Americans whom lost love ones in the service of their country.
Riverside Memorial, National Medal of Honor

Riverside National Cemetery
Dedicated in 1999, Riverside National cemetery is home to one of four sites recognized as a National Medal of Honor Memorial Site.
The memorial’s black marble walls feature a list of each conflict with the names engraved in gold of all medal recipients.
Riverside Memorial, National Pow/Mia

Riverside National Cemetery
The Prisoner of War/Missing in Action National Memorial was designated as a national memorial by the U.S.
Congress through Public Law 108-454 on December 10, 2004. Vietnam veteran Lewis Lee Millett Jr. , sculpted the bronze statue which depicts an American serviceman on his knees with hands bound by his captors.
Riverside Powell, William
7/29/1892 – 3/5/1984
Desert Memorial Park
His birth and boyhood home until age ten was Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Riverside Shore, Dinah
2/29/1916 – 2/24/1994
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Cathedral City)
Singer, actress, television hostess.
Fondly remembered for her long career on stage, screen, TV, and radio.
Riverside Sinatra, Frank (Francis Albert)
12/12/1915 – 5/14/1998
Desert Memorial Park
Regarded by many as the greatest popular singer of the 20th Century, he was nicknamed “The Voice”, “Ol Blue Eyes” and “Chairman of the Board”.
Riverside Wyman, Jane
1/5/1917 – 9/10/2007
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Cathedral City)
Academy Award-Winning Actress.
Born Sarah Jane Mayfield, for many years she gave her birthdate as January 4, 1914 to make herself appear older, enabling her to work full time while still a minor.
Sacramento California Peace Officers’ Memorial

California Peace Officers’ Memorial Monument
Located inside the east entrance of the California State Capitol, the monument was dedicated in 1988, to honor California’s peace officers who gave their lives serving the citizens of the state.
The memorial which has three bronze figures represent the more than 1,400 peace officers who have died in the line-of-duty since California became a state.
San Bernardino Evans (Smith), Dale (Frances Octavia)
10/31/1912 – 2/7/2001
Sunset Hills Memorial Park
Actress, singer, writer of songs and books.
She was born Lucille Wood Smith in Uvalde, Texas to a farmer father who also operated a hardware and general store in nearby Italy, Texas.
San Bernardino Rhoads, Randy
12/6/1956 – 3/19/1982
Mountain View Cemetery
A guitar prodigy who started at the age of six and taught at his mother’s school during his professional career, he was the original guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne’s band and he is famous for combining classical and heavy metal together.
San Bernardino Rogers (Slye), Roy (Leonard Franklin)
11/5/1911 – 7/6/1998
Sunset Hills Memorial Park
Actor, Singer.
He was born Leonard Franklin Slye in Cincinnati, Ohio to a musical family.
San Diego Battle of Iwo Jima Memorial

South Mesa, Camp Pendleton CA
Located on the South Mesa area of US Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, California, the monument is dedicated to the 6821 US forces whom died during the World War II Battle of Iwo Jima, February 19 to March 26, 1945.
San Diego Chosin Reservoir Battle Memorial

South Mesa, Camp Pendleton CA
In a formal ceremony September 15, 2010, US Marine Corps Commandant General James T. Conway dedicated the Korean War battle memorial on the 60th anniversary to the day that the 1st Division Marines from Camp Pendleton landed in Korea.
San Diego Kroc, Ray
10/5/1902 – 1/14/1984
El Camino Memorial Park
Businessman, Baseball Team Owner.
He bought the McDonald’s fast food chain from its original founders, and turned it into the multi-billion dollar industry it is today.
San Diego McDonalds Memorial

Southwestern College Education Center
Memorial for all the people killed in the July 18, 1984 massacre.
On that date a man named James Oliver Huberty walked into the McDonald’s in San Ysidro, California and opened fire with three semi-automatic weapons into the busy restaurant killing 21 people and injuring 19 more, the youngest six months and the oldest 74.
San Diego Monsoor, Michael Anthony
4/5/1981 – 9/29/2006
Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery
Iraq War Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Petty Officer 2nd Class Monsoor sacrificed his life to save his comrades by throwing himself on top of a grenade that Iraqi insurgents tossed into their sniper hideout.
San Diego Salk, Jonas
10/28/1914 – 6/23/1995
El Camino Memorial Park
Medical Pioneer.
His parents, Dora and Daniel, were Russian-Jewish immigrants who didn’t have a lot of education but who wanted to make sure their children got the education they hadn’t.
San Diego Schirra Jr. , Walter M.’Wally’
3/12/1923 – 5/3/2007
Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery
American Astronaut.
He was one of the original Mercury 7 astronauts chosen for the Project Mercury, America’s first effort to put men in space.
San Diego Stone, Milburn
7/5/1904 – 6/12/1980
El Camino Memorial Park
Character Actor.
He labored and toiled for twenty years with background parts, literally appearing in hundreds of uncredited character roles as clerks, reporters, sailors, detectives, convicts, robbers and henchmen.
San Diego United States Navy Leyte Gulf Memorial

Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery
In memory of the 525 men who died when their ships were sunk at the Battle of Leyte Gulf during the liberation of the Philippine Islands on October 25, 1944.
It list the names of the men and US Navy ships lost during that WW II Pacific Theater conflict.
San Francisco Moore, Albert
12/26/1862 – 9/14/1916
San Francisco National Cemetery
Boxer Rebellion Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Born in Merced, California, he served as a Private in the 1st Regiment, US Marine Corps.
San Francisco Westermark, Axel
4/8/1875 – 5/7/1911
San Francisco National Cemetery
Boxer Rebellion Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient.
Born in Bergo, Finland, he served in the United States Navy during the military operations in China.
San Mateo DiMaggio, Joe (Joseph Paul)
11/25/1914 – 3/8/1999
Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery
Professional baseball player.
He was born Giuseppe (Joseph) Paolo (Paul) DiMaggio, the eighth of nine children to Sicilian immigrants Giuseppe and Rosalie DiMaggio in the small fishing village of Martinez, California.
San Mateo Earp, Wyatt
3/19/1848 – 1/13/1929
Hills of Eternity Memorial Park
American Frontier Law Officer.
Born in Monmouth, Illinois, he grew up on a farm in Iowa.
San Mateo Hearst, William Randolph
4/29/1863 – 8/14/1951
Cypress Lawn Memorial Park
American journalist, patron of the arts and media magnate, best known as the founder of the Hearst Corporation and builder of Hearst Castle, at San Simeon, California.
William Randolph Hearst was born on April 29, 1863 in San Francisco, California, the only child of George and Phoebe Hearst.
San Mateo Kilbride, Percy
7/16/1886 – 12/11/1964
Golden Gate National Cemetery
Born in San Francisco, California, his first introduction to the theatre was working as an usher at the Central Theatre in that city at the age eleven.
San Mateo Lane, Charles
1/26/1905 – 7/9/2007
Home of Peace Cemetery and Emanu-El Mausoleum
He was a prolific character actor who appeared in films and television shows, during a career which spanned more than seven decades.
San Mateo Laurel Hill Monument

Cypress Lawn Memorial Park
This monument memorializes Laurel Hill Cemetery, which existed in San Francisco from 1854 to 1940.
When to cemetery was closed, the remains were brought here, and now, 35,000 of San Francisco’s pioneer dead lie in underground vaults a few paces north of this tablet.
San Mateo Nimitz, Chester W.
2/24/1885 – 2/20/1966
Golden Gate National Cemetery
United States Navy Fleet Admiral.
Born in Fredericksburg, Texas, he was accepted into the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis, Maryland in 1901 and graduated in 1905.
San Mateo Strauss, Levi
2/26/1829 – 9/26/1902
Home of Peace Cemetery and Emanu-El Mausoleum
German-American clothier, best known for inventing of the quintessential American garment – the blue jean.
He was born Loeb Strauss in Buttenheim, Bavaria (now Germany) on February 26, 1829, the youngest son of a Jewish dry goods peddler.
Santa Barbara Parker, Fess
8/16/1924 – 3/18/2010
Santa Barbara Cemetery
Born Fess Elisha Parker, Junior in Fort Worth Texas, the son of Fess Parker, Senior, at twenty he joined the US Navy but was deemed too tall at almost six and a half feet to qualify as a pilot.
Santa Clara Ford, Ernie (Ernest Jennings) ‘Tennessee Ernie’
2/13/1919 – 10/17/1991
Alta Mesa Memorial Park
Singer, television host, radio announcer.
He was born in Bristol, Tennesee, sang in the school choirs and played the trombone in the band.
Santa Clara Jobs, Steve (Steven Paul)
2/24/1955 – 10/5/2011
Alta Mesa Memorial Park
American Entrepreneur, Inventor, and Business Magnate.
At the time of this death, he was one of the most well-known and respected business entrepreneurs in the world.
Santa Clara Memorial, Overland Pioneers

Oak Hill Memorial Park
This is a tribute to the early Overland Pioneers that settled in the Santa Clara Valley.
Members of the Stephens, Townsend, Murphy Party of 1844 and Members of the Donner Party of 1846
Santa Clara Stanford, Leland
3/9/1824 – 6/21/1893
Stanford Family Mausoleum
19th Century politician and railroad tycoon.
Best known as the founder of Stanford University.
Sonoma London, Jack
1/12/1876 – 11/22/1916
Jack London State Historic Park
The most successful writer in America in the early 20th Century, his stories of men and animals against the environment, and survival against hardships were drawn mainly from his own experience.
Sonoma Ripley, Robert Leroy
12/25/1893 – 5/27/1949
Oddfellows Lawn Cemetery
Cartoonist, Author, Radio Broadcaster.
Best remembered for creating the cartoon series, “Ripley’s Believe It or Not.
Sonoma Schulz, Charles Monroe
11/26/1922 – 2/12/2000
Pleasant Hills Cemetery
He was the creator of the enormously popular “Peanuts” comic strip, as well as the characters of ‘Charlie Brown’, “Snoopy”, Linus Van Pelt” and others.
Ventura Reagan, Nancy
7/6/1921 –
Ronald W. Reagan Presidential Library
Former actress, First Lady to Ronald Reagan, the former 33rd Governor of California and 40th President of the United States.
She was born in New York City in 1921.
Ventura Reagan, Ronald Wilson
2/6/1911 – 6/5/2004
Ronald W. Reagan Presidential Library
40th United States President, Actor.
Considered by many historians and political scientists as the one individual who most helped end the Cold War between the Western world and the Soviet Union and its allies (although this event occurred ten months after he left office).

California Cemeteries

Cemetery Name Cemetery City
County Cemetery (a “Potter’s field”), San Leandro Alameda County
Mountain View Cemetery and Mausoleum Altadena – Octavia Butler
Altaville Catholic Cemetery, Angels Camp Angels Camp
Grangeville Cemetery, Armona Armona
Bakersfield National Cemetery, Arvin Arvin
Avalon Cemetery Avalon – Doodles Weaver
Oak Hill Cemetery Ballard – John Forsythe
Bangor Cemetery, Bangor Bangor
San Gorgonio Memorial Park Banning
Mountain View Cemetery (Beaumont) Beaumont
Stewart Sunnyslope Cemetery Beaumont
Big Pine Cemetery, Big Pine Big Pine
East Line Street Cemetery, Bishop Bishop
Palo Verde Cemetery Blythe
Gan Shalom Cemetery, Briones Briones
Portal of the Folded Wings Shrine to Aviation Burbank
Green Valley Cemetery, Cameron Park Cameron Park
Mission San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo Carmel – Junípero Serra
Forest Lawn Cemetery – Cathedral City Cathedral City – Alice Faye
Desert Memorial Park Cathedral City – Frank Sinatra
Artesia Cemetery Cerritos
Oakwood Memorial Park Cemetery Chatsworth – Adele Astaire
Sylvan Cemetery Citrus Heights
Colusa Cemetery, Colusa Clousa
Coachella Valley Public Cemetery Coachella Valley – Frank Capra
College City Cemetery, College City College City
Greek Orthodox Memorial Park Colma
Greenlawn Cemetery Colma
Hoy Sun Memorial Cemetery Colma
Italian Cemetery Colma
Japanese Cemetery Colma
Olivet Memorial Park Colma
Russian Sectarian Cemetery Colma
Salem Memorial Park and Garden Colma
Serbian Cemetery Colma
Agua Mansa Pioneer Cemetery Colton
Memory Gardens Cemetery, Concord Concord
Queen of Heaven Cemetery, Contra Costa Contra Costa
Corcoran Memorial Park, Corcoran Corcoran
Corona Sunnyslope Cemetery Corona
Forest Lawn – Covina Hills Covina
IOOF Cemetery, Crescent City Crescent City
Veterans Memorial Cemetery, Crescent City Crescent City
Holy Cross Cemetery Culver City – Bing Crosby
Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery Culver City – Jack Benny
Forest Lawn – Cypress Cypress
Saint Josephs Catholic Cemetery, Del Norte County Del Norte County
Smith Mountain Cemetery Dinuba
Sacramento Valley National Cemetery Dixon
Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels Mausoleum (first new combined cathedral and burial place in the US in over 30 years) Downtown Los Angeles – Gregory Peck
Dublin Pioneer Cemetery, Dublin Dublin
Home of Peace Cemetery East Los Angeles – Curly Howard and Shemp Howard (from Three Stooges)
Calvary Cemetery East Los Angeles – King Baggot
Singing Hills Memorial Park El Cajon
Evergreen Cemetery, El Centro – Ira Aten, Joseph Treshil El Centro
Mormon Island Relocation Cemetery, El Dorado Hills El Dorado Hills
Saint Bernards Cemetery, Eureka – Carole and Judi Sund Eureka
Lone Tree Cemetery, Hayward – William Dutton Hayward, Pete Knight, Bob Sweikert Fairview
Fiddletown Cemetery, Fiddletown Fiddletown
Chung Wah Cemetery Folsom
Fredericksburg Cemetery, Fredericksburg Fredericksburg
Cedar Lawn Cemetery, Fremont Fremont
Centerville Pioneer Cemetery (also known as Centerville Presbyterian Cemetery), Fremont Fremont
Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose Cemetery, Fremont
Holy Ghost Cemetery, Fremont Fremont
Irvington Memorial Cemetery, also known as Fremont Memorial Park, Fremont Fremont
Mission San Jose Cemetery, Fremont Fremont
Saint Josephs Cemetery, Fremont Fremont
Belmont Memorial Park, Fresno – Walter Huston Fresno County
Gavilan Hills Memorial Park and Catholic Cemetery Gilroy
Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery Glendale – Joan Blondell
Grand View Memorial Park Cemetery Glendale – Leo G. Carroll
Goleta Cemetery Goleta
Gridley-Biggs Cemetery, Gridley Gridley
Redwood Memorial Gardens – Randy Shilts Guerneville
Hanford Cemetery, Hanford Hanford
Chapel of the Chimes, Hayward – Spade Cooley, Daniel Sakai Hayward
Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Hayward – Tony Lema, Fran Ryan Hayward
Mount Eden Cemetery, Hayward Hayward
Mount Saint Joseph Cemetery (aka All Saints or Portuguese Cemetery), Hayward Hayward
Oak Mound Cemetery Healdsburg
Hollywood Forever Cemetery Hollywood – Don Adams
Sherman Indian High School Cemetery Home Gardens[6]
Cypress Lawn Memorial Park – Gertrude Atherton Hubert Howe Bancroft
Inglewood Park Cemetery Inglewood – Edgar Bergen
Ione Public Cemetery, Ione Ione
Jackson City Cemetery, Jackson City Jackson City
Janesville Cemetery, Janesville Janesville
Holy Cross Cemetery – Pat Brown Joe DiMaggio
Sunset View Cemetery, Kensington Kensington
Elsinore Valley Cemetery Lake Elsinore
Chico Cemetery, Chico – Ted W. Lawson Lawson
Lemoore Cemetery, Lemoore Lemoore
IOOF Memory Gardens Cemetery, Livermore Livermore
Oak Knoll Pioneer Memorial Park, former cemetery, now a park (all gravestones removed), Livermore Livermore
Roselawn Cemetery, also known as Masonic Cemetery, Livermore Livermore
Saint Michael’s Cemetery, Livermore Livermore
Lompoc Evergreen Cemetery Lompoc
Mount Whitney Cemetery, Lone Pine Lone Pine
Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Long Beach) in Long Beach
All Souls Cemetery Long Beach – Frank Zamboni
Gate of Heaven Cemetery Los Altos – Iris Chang
Chapel of the Pines Crematory Los Angeles
Chinese Cemetery Los Angeles
Evergreen Cemetery Los Angeles
Home of Peace Cemetery Los Angeles
Odd Fellows Cemetery Los Angeles
Woodlawn Cemetery Los Angeles
Forest Lawn – Hollywood Hills Cemetery Los Angeles – Bette Davis
Angelus-Rosedale Cemetery Los Angeles – George Alexander
Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cemetery Los Angeles – Lee J. Cobb
Lower Lake Cemetery, Lower Lake Lower Lake
Alhambra Pioneer Cemetery, Martinez Martinez
Pacheco Cemetery & Crematory, Martinez Martinez
St. Catherine of Siena Cemetery, Martinez Martinez
Golden Hill Memorial Park Mateo
Conejo Mountain Funeral Home Memorial Park and Crematory
Fernwood Cemetery Mill Valley
Eden Memorial Park Cemetery Mission Hills
San Fernando Mission Cemetery Mission Hills – William Bendix
Acacia Memorial Park Modesto – James Carson Needham
Resurrection Cemetery Montebello
Laurel Cemetery Murrieta
Napa Valley Memorial Park & Mortuary Napa
Tulocay Cemetery Napa
Valhalla Memorial Park Cemetery North Hollywood – Bea Benaderet
Cathedral of Christ the Light Mausoleum, Oakland Oakland
Chapel of Memories Columbarium, Oakland Oakland
Chapel of the Chimes, Oakland – John Lee Hooker, Joseph R. Knowland Oakland
Evergreen Cemetery, Oakland – Huey P. Newton, Earl “Fatha” Hines, memorial to the Jonestown victims Oakland
Home of Peace Cemetery, Oakland Oakland
Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland – Henry J. Kaiser, Julia Morgan, Elizabeth Short Oakland
Saint Mary Cemetery, Oakland – Juan Bautista Alvarado, John Walter Ehle, George Hyde,[4] Slip Madigan Oakland
Graves Cemetery, Orland Orland
IOOF Cemetery, Orland Orland
Orland Masonic Cemetery, Orland Orland
Cherokee Cemetery, Oroville Oroville
Jane Augustine Patencio Cemetery Palm Springs
Welwood Murray Cemetery Palm Springs
Alta Mesa Memorial Park Palo Alto – Tennessee Ernie Ford
Perris Valley Cemetery Perris
Pine Grove Cemetery, Pine Grove Pine Grove
Placerville Union Cemetery, Placerville Placerville
Saint Patrick Cemetery, Placerville Placerville
Westwood Hills Memorial Park, Placerville Placerville
Oakmont Memorial Park, Pleasant Hill Pleasant Hill
Pleasanton Memorial Gardens Cemetery, also known as IOOF Cemetery, Pleasanton Pioneer Cemetery, Pleasanton Pleasanton
Saint Augustines Cemetery, Pleasanton Pleasanton
Plymouth Memorial Cemetery, Plymouth Plymouth
Union Cemetery Redwood City
Rolling Hills Memorial Park, Richmond Richmond
Crestlawn Memorial Park Riverside
Riverside National Cemetery Riverside
Olivewood Cemetery Riverside – Dorothy Burgess
Evergreen Cemetery Riverside – many of the founders of Riverside including Frank Augustus Miller
Sacramento Historic City Cemetery (aka Old City Cemetery) Sacramento
Sunset Lawn Chapel of the Chimes Sacramento – Danny Nardico
Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery Saint Helena
Saint Helena Public Cemetery Saint Helena Public
Peoples Cemetery, San Andreas – Diana Adams San Andreas
Golden Gate National Cemetery San Bruno
El Campo Santo Cemetery San Diego
Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery San Diego
Greenwood Memorial Park San Diego
Holy Cross Cemetery San Diego
Miramar National Cemetery San Diego
Mount Hope Cemetery San Diego
Grace Cathedral Columbarium San Francisco
Hoy Sun Ning Yung Cemetery San Francisco
Neptune Society Columbarium San Francisco
San Francisco National Cemetery San Francisco
World War II West Coast Memorial San Francisco
San Jacinto Valley Cemetery San Jacinto
Calvary Catholic Cemetery San Jose
Oak Hill Memorial Park San Jose – Brooke Hart
Los Gatos Memorial Park San Jose – William Hewlett
Mount Calvary Cemetery, San Leandro San Leandro
San Lorenzo Pioneer Memorial Park, also known as San Lorenzo Pioneer Cemetery, San Lorenzo San Lorenzo
Eternal Home Cemetery San Mateo
St. John’s Cemetery San Mateo
Tung Sen Cemetery San Mateo
Skylawn Memorial Park San Mateo – Wilbur Bestwick
St. Joseph Cemetery, San Pablo San Pablo
Mount Tamalpais Cemetery San Rafael – Bessie Barriscale
Santa Barbara Cemetery Santa Barbara – Ronald Coleman
Mission City Memorial Park Santa Clara – Harry Love
Santa Clara Mission Cemetery Santa Clara – Peter Burnett
Evergreen Cemetery Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz Memorial Park Santa Cruz
Pioneer Cemetery Santa Cruz – Charley Parkhurst
Oakwood Memorial Park Santa Cruz – William Vincent Lucas
Santa Maria Cemetery Santa Maria
Woodlawn Memorial Cemetery Santa Monica – Charles Bickford
San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery Santa Nella
Saint Francis Solano Cemetery Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa Memorial Park Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery Santa Rosa
Madronia Cemetery Saratoga – Mark Bingham
Hills of Eternity Cemetery – Wyatt Earp Saveliy Kramarov
Sawtelle Veterans Home Sawtelle
Smith River Cemetery, Smith River Smith River
El Camino Memorial Park Sorrento Valley
Happy Homestead Cemetery, South Lake Tahoe South Lake Tahoe
Stanford Mausoleum Stanford University – Leland Stanford
Stockton State Hospital Cemetery Stockton – William Troy
Susanville Cemetery, Susanville – John Edward Raker Susanville
Sutter Cemetery Sutter – Dolly Gray
Sutter Creek Catholic Cemetery, Sutter Creek Sutter Creek
Sutter Creek City Cemetery, Sutter Creek Sutter Creek
San Fernando Pioneer Memorial Cemetery Sylmar
Temecula Public Cemetery Temecula
Martinez Cemetery Thermal
Toro Cemetery Thermal
Tulare Cemetery,Tulare Tulare
Ivy Lawn Memorial Park Ventura – Saint Francis Dam disaster mass grave
Los Angeles National Cemetery West Los Angeles
Westwood Cemetery, Westwood Westwood
Westwood Village Memorial Park Cemetery Westwood – Eddie Albert
Rose Hills Memorial Park Whittier (the largest cemetery in the United States) – Alvin Ailey
Wildomar Cemetery Wildomar
Willows Cemetery, Willows Willows
Yorba Hacienda Yorba Linda
Veterans Memorial Grove Cemetery Yountville
Chinese Cemetery Yreka
Smartville Cemetery Yuba
Holy Sun Memorial Cemetery

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