Inglewood Park Cemetery
Inglewood Park Cemetery is a cemetery at 720 East Florence Avenue in Inglewood, California, United States. It was founded in 1905 in the Inglewood city limits.  A number of notable people, including entertainment and sports personalities, have been interred or entombed here.
|Size||200 acres (0.81 km2)|
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(Note: This is a partial list. See also Category:Burials at Inglewood Park Cemetery.)
- Gertrude Baines (1894–2009), supercentenarian
- Chet Baker (1929–1988), musician
- Reginald Barker (1886–1945), director
- Earl Battey (1935–2003), baseball player
- Beals Becker (1886–1943), baseball player
- Ricky Bell (1955–1984), NFL running back
- George Bennard (1873–1958), composer
- Edgar Bergen (1903–1978), actor and ventriloquist
- Frances Bergen (1922–2006), actress
- Wally Berger (1905–1988), baseball player
- Paul Bern (1885–1932), director, screenwriter and producer
- Richard Berry (1935–1997), singer and songwriter
- Big Syke (1968–2016), rapper
- Elmer Booth (1882–1915), actor
- Margaret Booth (1898–2002), film editor
- Lyman Bostock (1950–1978), baseball player
- Fletcher Bowron (1887–1968), Los Angeles mayor and judge
- Tom Bradley (1917–1998), Los Angeles mayor
- Byron B. Brainard (1894–1940), Los Angeles City Council member
- Layne Britton (1907–1993), makeup artist
- Charles Brown (1922–1999), singer
- Nacio Herb Brown (1896–1964), composer
- Robert L. Burns (1876–1955), Los Angeles City Council member, 1929–45
- Jheryl Busby (1949–2008), former CEO of Motown Records
- Bebe Moore Campbell (1951–2006), author
- Caesar Cardini (1896–1956), credited as creator of Caesar Salad
- Ray Charles (1930–2004), musician
- Thornton Chase, first western Baha'i, Annual memorial in September draws large crowds.
- James Cleveland (1931–1991), gospel singer, composer, arranger
- Johnnie Cochran (1937–2005), trial lawyer
- Anthony Cornero (1899–1955), bootlegger, builder of Stardust Resort & Casino in Paradise, Nevada
- Ray "Crash" Corrigan (1902–1976), actor
- Willie Covan (1897-1989), dancer, actor
- Al Cowens (1951–2002), baseball player
- Pee Wee Crayton (1914–1985), guitarist, blues singer
- Sam Crawford (1880–1968), baseball player
- Dock Ellis (1945–2008), baseball player
- Allan "Rocky" Lane (1909–1973), actor
- Walter Lang (1896–1972), film director
- Lucille La Verne (1872–1945), actress
- Gypsy Rose Lee (1911–1970), actress and burlesque dancer
- Lillian Leitzel (1892–1931), acrobat
- Evan Lewis (1869–1941), Los Angeles City Council member
- Walter Lindley (1852–1922), Los Angeles physician and educational leader
- D'Urville Martin (1939–1984), actor, producer and director
- Lee Maye (1934–2002), baseball player
- Fred McMullin (1891–1952), baseball player
- Louis Meyer (1904–1995), race car driver
- Cleo Moore (1928–1973), actress
- Juanita Moore (1914–2014), actress
- Ernest "Sunshine Sammy" Morrison (1912–1989), actor
- Herbert Mundin (1898–1939), actor
- Don Myrick (1940–1993), musician
- Gordon W. Norris (1907–1961), poet laureate of California
- Fred Offenhauser (1888–1973), automotive inventor
- Evelyn Selbie (1871–1950), actress
- Blanche Sewell (1898–1949), editor
- Frank L. Shaw (1877–1958), Los Angeles mayor
- Orfa Jean Shontz (1876-1954), the first woman in California to "sit on the bench and administer justice"
- Charles A. Siringo (1855–1928), author
- Myrtle Stedman (1855–1938), actress
- Slim Summerville (1892–1946), actor
- Sylvester (1947–1988), singer.
- Joseph W. Vance (1841–1927), military officer
- T-Bone Walker (1910–1975), musician
- Bobby Wallace (1873–1960), baseball Hall of Famer
- Lalomie Washburn (1941–2004), singer songwriter
- Laura L. Whitlock (1862-1934), mapmaker
- Larry Williams (1935–1980), singer and actor
- Paul Williams (1894–1980), architect
- Murry Wilson (1917–1973), musician, record producer, and businessman
- Parke Wilson (1867–1934), baseball player
- Arthur Winston (1906–2006), centenarian
- John Downey Works (1847–1928), U.S. Senator
- Syreeta Wright (1946–2004), singer
References to burials or entombments at this cemetery can be found in the articles if not listed below.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Inglewood Park Cemetery
- "Inglewood Park Cemetery: Heritage". Inglewood Park Cemetery. Archived from the original on November 25, 2010. Retrieved 12 October 2010.
- U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Transit Administration; Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (July 2011). "Crenshaw/LAX Corridor Project: Final Environmental Impact Statement/Final Environmental Impact Report". 4.11.23 Archaeologial Resources. p. 4-195. Retrieved 17 August 2016.
- Baha'i Encyclopedia Project
- BOYER, EDWARD J. (1989-05-11). "Stylish Performer Taught Stars to Do His Steps : Willie Covan, 92; Veteran Tap-Dancer". Los Angeles Times. ISSN 0458-3035. Retrieved 2016-03-04.
- Benoit, Tod (2003-05-06). Where are they buried?: how did they die?. Black Dog Publishing. p. 423. ISBN 978-1-57912-287-4. Retrieved 4 March 2011.
- "Etta James Honored at Inglewood Cemetery Memorial," KPCC, January 28, 2012
- "Councilman Evan Lewis' Funeral Services Conducted," Los Angeles Times, May 9, 1941, page 20
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- "Dr. Lindley Is Laid to Rest," Los Angeles Times, January 29, 1922, page I–4 Library card required.
- Gamson, Joshua (2005). The Fabulous Sylvester: The Legend, the Music, the 70s in San Francisco. New York City: Henry Holt and Co. p. 272. ISBN 978-0805072501..
- Allan R. Ellenberger (2001). Celebrities in Los Angeles Cemeteries: A Directory. McFarland. p. 181. ISBN 978-0-786-40983-9.