Cypress Lawn Memorial Park
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Cypress Lawn Memorial Park, established by Hamden Holmes Noble in 1892, is a cemetery located in Colma, California, a place known as the "City of the Silent". It is the final resting site for several members of the celebrated Hearst family plus other prominent citizens from the greater San Francisco area. The cemetery was among those profiled in the 2005 PBS documentary A Cemetery Special.
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- Isabella Macdonald Alden (1841–1930), writer
- Gertrude Franklin (Horn) Atherton (1857–1948), author
- Monte Attell (1885–1960), world boxing champion
- Hubert Howe Bancroft (1832–1918), pre-eminent writer of California history
- Lincoln Beachey (1887–1915), aviation pioneer
- David Colbreth Broderick (1820-1859), U.S. Senator from California; opponent of slavery, considered martyred in a duel by a pro-slavery opponent
- Dolph Camilli (1907-1997), 1941 National League's Baseball Most Valuable Player
- Shu-Yuan Chu (1955–2009), famous Taiwanese writer, written "Life in the Sacred Palace of Taiwan" and daughter of Yu-Pen Chu, senator of Taiwan
- Yu-Pen Chu (1909–1984), senator of Taiwan, from 1933–1940
- Joseph Paul Cretzer (1911–1946), bank robber and prisoner, died in the escape attempt known as the "Battle of Alcatraz"
- John C. Cremony (1815–1879), Soldier, author, newsman
- William H. Crocker (1861–1937), banker
- Charles de Young (1845–1880), publishing magnate; co-founder of San Francisco Chronicle
- James Clair Flood, "Bonanza King"
- Phineas Gage (1823–1860), noted brain-injury survivor
- Andrew Smith Hallidie (1836-1900), First cable car system designer, Inventor
- George Hearst (1820–1891), businessman, father of William Randolph Hearst
- Phoebe Hearst (1842–1919), first female Regent of the University of California
- William Randolph Hearst (1863–1951), publishing magnate
- Charles S. Howard (1877–1950), businessman, owner of racehorse Seabiscuit
- Hiram W. Johnson (1866–1945), statesman, governor
- Willie Jurado (1921–2006), journalist, founder of The Eye International Newspaper, and The Philippine National Press Club
- Thomas O. Larkin (1802-1858), businessman, signer of the original California Constitution
- William Lobb (1809–1864), English botanist and plant collector
- Frederick Low (1828–1894), Congressman, California Governor, statesman
- Tom Mooney (1882–1942), Wobblie, political prisoner
- William W. Morrow (1843-1929), U.S. Congressman, American Red Cross incorporator
- James Van Ness (1808-1872), 7th Mayor of San Francisco
- Lefty O'Doul (1897–1969), Major League Baseball Player
- Joel Samuel Polack (1807–1882), trader, land speculator, writer and artist in pre-colonial New Zealand
- Jennie Roosevelt Pool, cousin of President Theodore Roosevelt, her grave is marked by one of the Angel of Grief monuments
- Calvin E. Simmons (1950–1982), musical prodigy, conductor, musician
- Lincoln Steffens (1866-1936), McClure's Magazine writer, Muckraking journalist
- Charlie Sweeney (1863–1902), Major League Baseball player
- Harry Wolverton (1873–1937), Major League Baseball player and manager.
Three British Commonwealth service personnel of World War I were buried here, but only one, Lieutenant Norman Travers Simpkin, Royal Field Artillery, has a marked grave in the cemetery. Two others, Canadian Army soldiers, are alternatively commemorated on a special memorial in Colma Greenlawn Memorial Park.
- Charles de Young
- Sue Shephard (2003). Seeds of Fortune - A Gardening Dynasty. Bloomsbury. p. 151. ISBN 0-7475-6066-8.
- LOW, Frederick Ferdinand, (1828 - 1894)LOW, Frederick Ferdinand, (1828 - 1894)
- Chisholm, Jocelyn. "Joel Samuel - Biography". Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Retrieved 12 July 2011.
- "Harry Wolverton's career statistics". retrosheet.org. Retrosheet, Inc. Retrieved 2009-10-23.
-  CWGC Casualty Record.
-  CWGC Cemetery Report for Colma Cypress Lawn Memorial Plaque.