Tulocay Cemetery is a cemetery located in Napa, California originally established in 1859 following Governor pro tem Manuel Jimeno to Cayetano Juarez's 1853 donation of approximately 48 acres 48 acres (0.2 km2) of land to the people of Napa.
|Type||Private, Non-Profit, Non-Sectarian|
|Find a Grave||Tulocay Cemetery|
Several notable people are interred or entombed in the Tulocay cemetery.
- James Clyman, California pioneer
- Nathan Coombs, California pioneer, founder of the city of Napa, California
- Frank Coombs, Former United States Representative
- George Washington Gift, U. S. Navy officer, writer, banker, civil engineer, politician, Confederate Navy officer, businessman, and newspaper editor