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Fairhaven Memorial Park
Santa Ana, Orange County, California

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Fairhaven Memorial Park
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Fairhaven Memorial Park
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Fairhaven Memorial Park

GPS: 33.772521, -117.843337

1702 E. Fairhaven
Santa Ana, CA 92705-6821

Last edited: Nov 2, 2009
Total records: 25,492

Fairhaven Memorial Park is a full service, independently owned facility situated in Santa Ana, Orange County, CA, which is in Southern California.


On Aug 28, 1911, Oliver Halsell, and a few other business men in the local area, created Fairhaven Memorial Park. It is made up of a total of 73 acres of beautiful grounds. It has more than 1,000 trees gathered from around the world, gracing this lovely memorial park.

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Beginning on June 17, 2004, James Steffen began his attempt to transcribe all of this cemetery, reading it by gardens or sections. However Jim was not able to complete the whole cemetery, due to relocation to another area of California.

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