There are a few burials on the grounds that used to be the Mendocino State Hospital (MSH). There is a map with names and locations of them at the Mendocino County Historical Society, Held-Poage Research Library in Ukiah, CA. There used to be small numbered cement markers on them, but they have long since disappeared.
As for those who were moved to the Ukiah cemetery, a full list of their names is posted on my web site.http://www.pacificsites.com/~pcarna/
Scroll down to the section on cemeteries and click on the letter of the surname for which you're searching.
Now some news...all those who were moved to Ukiah cemetery died between 1930 & 1953. I have compiled a list of 812 people who died at the MSH between 1905 & 1918, of which 434 state they were buried there. As far as I know nodoby has ever found these burials and nobody can vouch for where they were actually interred. The state hospital records are not accessable because they contain private medical information, the folks at the Ukiah cemetery only have the records of those who were moved later, the county says they only know what is listed on the death certificate.
There was a bill passed to start a project to find where all those who died in the various state hospitals were buried. I have no idea how it is progressing. Nobody has made contact with me or the Mendocino County Historical Society about this project and their web site has no information on it that is of much help. (At least I can't find it if it's there.) See the following URL for more on the project.http://www.cnmhc.org/main/current%20news/ca_memprojdescripti...