Simi Valley Public Cemetery, aka El Rancho Simi Pioneer Cemetery
1461 Thompson Lane
Simi Valley, California 93065
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Simi Valley Public Cemetery was established in 1890 and is actively accepting burials today.
There are an estimated 3,000 individuals interred at Simi Valley Public Cemetery. The VCGS database contains five entries for this cemetery. Researchers should also search Find A Grave for this location; or, contact the cemetery via their website.
More Detail about the Simi Valley Public Cemetery
Also known as El Rancho Simi Pioneer Cemetery (recognized as state historical point of interest in 1990), this cemetery was established in 1890. Many of the community’s founding family members are buried there. The cemetery was consecrated in 1892 as a nondenominational public cemetery. It is a 7-1/2 acre burial ground, distinguished by old-style gravestones, some handmade with many reflecting names of Ventura County pioneers. It was ravaged by the 1994 Northridge earthquake. Recent changes include grass and wrought-iron fencing.
Some records are available at Findagrave. More records are at USGenWeb