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Centerville Pioneer Cemetery |
Post St. and Bonde Way
Fremont, CA 94536
Recognized as an official state cemetery in 1859, the cemetery was started in the 1850s and the first burials occurred between 1853 and 1856. Some of Fremont's most well-known names are on the gravestones, including Herman Eggers and Roger Blacow. Other early pioneers include Captain Caleb Cook Scott, a native of Nova Scotia, who sailed his way around the Horn of Magellan in South America on his way to a new life in the Bay Area, and settled along side the Alameda creek near Niles.