|Parker, Stanyan, McAllister and Turk|
San Francisco County
|Cemetery notes and/or description:|
The exact location of the Greek Cemetery, as it was called, was between Turk street on the north, Parker street on the east, North Willard on the west and the extension of Golden Gate avenue on the south and it was owned by the Greek Cemetery Association which paid $17,000 for it, intending that it should always be used as a last place of rest for dead Greeks.
Around 1887, over 60 of the monuments and tombstones were taken away with the bodies and buried in the City Cemetery.