about four miles west of Camarillo,
near the present-day Springville offramp on U.S. Highway 101
Camarillo, California 93010
General Location of Springville settlement
Springville Cemetery was established in 1875 and the last known burial was in 1905. This cemetery is defunct and there is nothing left to see on site. The burials were moved to Ivy Lawn Cemetery in Ventura in 1925.
The VCGS database contains 76 entries for this cemetery.
Dr. Coy’s students gathered the records in January, 1930, for the California State Historical Association, and a list was published by the Genealogical Records Committee of the California State Society, Daughters of the American Revolution in 1946. The book is located at the Los Angeles Public Library.
Cemetery records updated 2015 from book published in January 2015: “They Lived and Died in Pleasant Valley: A History of the Pleasant Valley Cemetery with A Springville Cemetery Addendum” by Sherwood Milleman and Val Rains. Detailed information about the burials and familes may be found in this book. A copy of this book is held in the Ventura County Genealogical Society’s Library collection at the Camarillo Public Library.