History of the Restoration Movement


Inglewood Park Cemetery

At least five preachers and leaders within churches of the Restoration Movement are buried in one of California's largest cemeteries, Inglewood Park Cemetery. It is located in Inglewood, a western suburb of Los Angeles, California. From LAX (Los Angeles International Airport) travel east on Century Blvd. Go under I-405 and continue traveling east. You will enter the city of Inglewood. Turn left on Prairie Road. When you pass the big Race Track/Casino on the right you will begin passing an extremely large cemetery. Go until you come to Florence Road and turn right. Enter the cemetery from Florence which is the main entrance. Note: There is another entrance on Manchester Boulevard.

Inglewood Park Cemetery
720 East Florence Avenue
Inglewood, California 90301
(310) 412-6500
Open 8:00am-5:30pm Monday-Friday

Note: ONLY Red Numbers Outlined In White Are Of Significance On This Site -
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William J. Bishop J.M. McCaleb S.H. Hall W.P. Gray George Pepperdine
Note: ONLY Red Numbers Outlined In White Are Of Significance On This Site -
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