The first burial in this cemetery, which has room for 14,000 burials, took place in February 1994.
Golden Hills, Gum Shan, is the name for California in Chinese. The opening of this cemetery marked a new age for Chinese-Americans. No longer temporary sojourners in the United States, this cemetery is considered to be their final burial place. The cemetery works with families to bring ancestral remains from elsewhere for permanent placement in Golden Hill, where descendants can properly care for them.
Names engraved in red on tombstone indicate that an individual is not yet deceased, but that a resting place has been purchased for them.
Find A Grave - only 38 Burials listed
Making a Family Video to Share
with Dr. Jan Joyce Aherns
Sat, Mar 24, 10:30 am - 12:00 noon
Cookies and Coffee 10 AM
Sharing Stories: Laurie Coulter reading "Imagine San Mateo in the 1950s"
Grace Lutheran Church, 2825 Alameda de las Pulgas, San Mateo
You love genealogy research, but at family gatherings and cocktail parties your relatives' and friends' eyes glaze over when you start talking about it, right? This talk/workshop will show you how to make your genealogical information into an engaging video that everyone will love. Create videos for family, friends, and clients.
At this talk, you will determine your audience and video topic, identify materials you have or need to find and how to organize them, write a script, create high-impact visual and audio effects, record, edit, and publish your video. This workshop will focus on mainly on developing content with a light touch on technology and software.
Dr. Aherns is a genealogy researcher whose personal work has focused on Ohio and Pennsylvania, England, Germany, Ireland, and Norway. She began researching in 1998 to better understand genealogy customers when she managed the marketing initiatives at Genealogy.com. Before beginning her genealogy career in writing and speaking, Jan earned a B.S. in Business, Marketing from Miami University, a MBA in Marketing from The Ohio State University, and a Doctor of Business Administration from Golden Gate University.
Book donations: If you have genealogy books gathering dust and you are ready to find them a new home, please consider donating them to SMCGS for our twice-yearly Seminar Book Sale. Bring your books to any monthly meeting. Contact email@example.com with questions.
Spring Seminar 2018: Registration is open for the SMCGS Spring Seminar. We are very excited to host Sheila Benedict speaking on "Forensic Genealogy plus California Research: Missions to Present." It's going to be one interesting seminar!
For more info and to register, click here.