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Most of the deceased non-native residents previously buried in SF were moved to cemeteries in Colma in 1900-40s, a city which now carries the distinction of having more dead residents (two million and counting) than living (1,500).Unfortunately for anyone trying to find burial records, this migration from SF to Colma during the turn of the century was spotty.The entire removal process took until after WWII, and tragically almost none of the elaborate Neoclassical monuments in the Big Four survived.

The land was chosen because of its proximity to neighboring temples, but after running out of room for bodies these cemeteries were moved to Colma.Before the City of San Francisco voted to stop burials within city limits in 1900, there were at least 30 cemeteries currently in use or abandoned with bodies around San Francisco.Today we have only two cemeteries left on city land, one at Mission Dolores Church and the SF National Cemetery in The Presidio.Sometimes bodies were exumed and buried in mass graves, other times they were transferred to new coffins with incorrect information, and once in a while bodies that were supposed to get moved didn't, and have been hiding out in their original resting place all along.So where were these SF cemeteries and what's there now you ask?

We investigateā€¦The Big Four Surrounding Lone Mountain in Laurel Heights/Inner Richmond, the "Big Four" cemeteries were made up of Laurel Hill to the north, Odd Fellows' the the west, Masonic to the south and Calvary to the east, all four were built between 1854-1865.

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