Cemeteries of San Diego

Cemeteries of San Diego is a list of cemeteries in the San Diego, California region. It compiles notable cemeteries, mausoleums and other places people are buried.

List of Cemeteries

*Cypress View Mausoleum, National City
*El Camino Memorial Park, San Diego; Jonas Salk, Ray Kroc, Joan Kroc, Pete Rozelle, Billy Daniels, Joseph Coors, Milburn Stone, Todd Loren, Cedric Durst, Violet La Plante, Preston Foster
*El Cajon Cemetery
*Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, Point Loma;
*Holy Cross Cemetery
*Greenwood Memorial Park
*Mount Hope Cemetery, San Diego; Samuel Brannan, Raymond Chandler, Benjamin T. Frederick, Alonzo Horton, George Marston
*Mount Soledad Memorial Association


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