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Chico Cemetery
Chico, Butte County, California

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GPS: 39.73755,-121.83807

881 Mangrove Ave
Chico, CA 95926

Cemetery History

Chico Cemetery Association is a non-profit cemetery consisting of approximately 58 acres, much of which was donated by John Bidwell. The cemetery is a historic cemetery with the first burial taking place in 1852.

The cemetery has an outdoor community mausoleum that contains crypts and niches. There are also many older private mausoleums and one newer one that was relocated from another cemetery to Chico Cemetery in 2016.  

Due to the cemetery's age, there is a myth that Chico Cemetery no longer has lots available for sale. The cemetery has many available burial and cremation lots available.

Cemetery Records

This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total records = 9.


Contributor's Index:


B.V.B., no data, s/w Albert E. Carman, Reta Carman Dearing and E.J.C, [SC]
Carman, Albert Benson, b. 1896, d. 1920, bur. Sec. 22, [SC]
Carman, Albert E., b. 2 Jan 1850, d. 2 Mar 1891, s/w Reta Carman Dearing, B.V.B. and E.J.C, [SC]
Carman, Arvilla Jane, b. 1854, d. 1920, s/w William Benson Carman, Sec. 22, [SC]
Carman, Glorene, b. 21 Dec 1910, d. 27 Jan 2003, bur. in Sec. 7, IOOF area, [SC]
Carman, William Benson, b. 1860, d. 1927, s/w Arvilla Jane Carman, Sec. 22, [SC]
Carman, William Edison, S SGT US ARMY, World War II, b. 21 May 1901, d. 7 Feb 1987, bur. in Sec. 7, IOOF area, [SC]
Dearing, Reta Carman, b. 21 Jan 1889, d. 22 Jun 1986, s/w B.V.B., Albert E. Carman and E.J.C, [SC]
E.J.C., no data, s/w Albert E. Carman, Reta Carman Dearing and B.V.B. (Note: Cemetery office records indicate this is Earnest Jay Carman, still born infant, son of Albert E. Carman), [SC]

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