The Workman family cemetery was established by William Workman in 1858,
about 600 feet from the Workman home in what is now the City of
Industry.It has also been known as the El Campo Santo and Little Acre of
God Cemetery. It is an iron-fenced burial ground, with simple headstones
identifying the graves of Workman, Rowland, and Temple families; there
are also many unmarked graves of Indian and Mexican retainers.
The Temple Mausoleum, built in 1917, is of Doric Greek style, and
contains the remains of the Workman family, as well as the remains of
the last Mexican governor of California, Pio Pico. He was originally
buried in the old Calvary Cemetery on North Broadway. When it was closed
and the interred removed, Walter Temple volunteered space in the
Mausoleum for Pico.
The cemetery is located at 15415 E. Don Julian Road in Industry.