No. 1046 Savannah Memorial Park - Established in 1851, on the spot where Harry Dalton’s land grant showed the “The American Graveyard,” Savannah was the first public burial site used by settlers who came to the San Gabriel Valley by wagon train. Many of these pioneers were instrumental in developing the educational, social and legal foundations of Southern California. Their family names are commemorated in the names of streets, buildings and parks throughout the area. These pioneers formed the foundation of the American presence in the El Monte, Rosemead and the surrounding San Gabriel Valley.
9263 Valley Blvd., Rosemead, CA 91770