|Savannah Cemetery (#46994845)|
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Savannah Memorial Park (aka El Monte Cemetery and Savannah Pioneer Cemetery) was founded about 1850. Burials may exist back into the 1840s. Henry Dalton, owner of Rancho San Francisquito, was riding his property in about 1846, as the story goes, and came upon two graves protected by a cactus hedge. Choosing to respect the site, he set aside approximately two acres for a cemetery. That was the beginning of Savannah Memorial Park. This particular spot was suitable for a cemetery, having a lower water table than the surrounding area. Originally the cemetery was within the boundary of the city of El Monte, which was the first American settlement in Southern California (California Landmark No. 975) and the end of the Santa Fe Trail, but with changing boundaries, is now in the city of Rosemead.|
Savannah is privately owned, operated and maintained by El Monte Cemetery Association. The Association is made up of volunteers who, for the most part, are descended from or related to the early pioneers of the area. Many notable pioneers and their descendents are buried at Savannah.
All documented burials are listed here. It is believed that there are probably many burials that were not documented when family members simply came and buried their loved ones before the cemetery was formally organized. Unfortunately, we will never know of most of these burials without finding evidence written in family journals, Bibles, correspondence, newspaper articles, etc. If you have such evidence, we would love to hear from you. Please email us at email@example.com.
Please visit the Burials Listing page of our website where you will find a map of the cemetery to help in locating graves.
We are happy to transfer pages to direct family members as long as they are not also related to any legacy members of the Board of Directors. Please use the Edit Tab and "Suggest a Correction" link to request transfer, and be sure to specify your relationship.
Transfer requests for pages that are outside FAQ Guidelines for required transfers will be considered on an individual basis. Please be specific about your relationship on any transfer requests.
In March 2012, Savannah was recognized by the State of California as a Historical Landmark (No. 1046) - the oldest public cemetery in Southern California.
PLEASE NOTE: Every visible monument and headstone has been photographed and posted here. We do, from time to time, unearth stones that have sunk or become buried over time. We then photograph the stone and post the picture here. If you don't see a photo of the headstone here, it is NOT visible. If you have reason to believe there should be a headstone that is not shown here, please contact us and we will do our best to probe to see if we can locate a buried stone.
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|A AAA American at Find A Grave||Re: Transfer request - Oosterling @ Savannah Cemetery|
Dear __ Whom it does concern,
Still no-name and bantering over our kin ( Relative ) use the American Dictionary if needed at Dictionary DOT Com.
Sorry not worthy of time to embellish for even a lack of actual name to address, you.
What I wrote is not loquacious palaver.
Glad, I wager you are haPPY, not time billing you at my rate.
My second transfer request you did a cut/paste. Yet was a waste IMHO.
An American word:
|A AAA American at Find A Grave||RE: : Transfer request - Oosterling @ Savannah Cemetery|
I gave my real name to you too.. What is yours?
On our FAQ now since we have taken over Find A Grave.. you may notice the vast improvements here..
On a Transfer of kin, it is within the request page.
Hope that doess helps you whomever youall are.
|Mac Starling||Minnie Susan Lakey Brumley|
Thank you for watching over the memorial page for my grandmother, and for transferring it to me. I will do my best to keep up with it and the rest of our ancestors.
|GreenHills Stones Calling||Francis Teeney|
Thank you for your message regarding noticing duplicate memorials for Francis Teeney.
My memorial # 72149936 was created in Green Hills Memorial Park in June 2011.
Memorial # 65453037 was created as Burial Unknown in Feb 2011. It was changed just about a week ago to Green Hills Memorial Park, thus creating a duplicate. Its creator has graciously communicated an intention to delete. So all should be well soon.
|David Cisco||Linking family member|
Please can you link James Cisco # 26162984 to his Father George Patton Francisco / Cisco # 123007207 and his Mother Nancy Jane Francisco # 123007657. Thank you for your time.
|Michael Kountz||anna kaplan transfet|
Thank you! I'm indebted to you.
|P Wilson Foley||George MacMillan|
Thank you so very much for finding his burial location. I entered the memorial based on the obit I was posting and I am never quite sure if the newspaper got the cemetery name or location correct. I like it to be verified!
Hope someone comes forward that is related.
Thank you , again,
Patty in AZ
|Shauna Timpson||Penfold family|
Hello Savannah Memorial Park,
I am trying to find information on some Penfolds. You have Stephen Penfold, memorial #26185955, in your cemetery.
I am looking for his father and brothers: John Penfold Sr. (1797-1884), John Jr. (1820-1874?), and Peter (1830-?).
If you have any information I would appreciate hearing from you.... firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you, Shauna Johnson
|Jeff Record||Memorial Links|
Hoping to have these two memorials linked to their parents:
# 26186206 for Alvin Sage
# 9255443 for General Sherman Sage
Selah Sage # 92900709
Mary Ann Burr Sage # 108434377
Happy to take over management of these memorials if that would help you -
Great Great Grandson of Selah Sage and Mary Ann Burr Sage
|Kevin Thomas West||RE: Jennie Edwards|
OK Heather, done.
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