It is located in the southern section of the city, adjacent to the medical center, the Centro Medico Metro station, and the Colonia Buenos Aires neighborhood. Note that there is another "Panteón Francés" in the northwest section of the city, near Panteones metro station; not the same cemetery.
- Coronel Pedro Amaro with his siblings. Brother of Gen.Joaquín Amaro Domínguez; Secretary of War, Military Reformer, Military Educational Reformer, Publisher
- María Félix – actress in the Golden Age of Mexican cinema
- Ricardo Flores Magon – political activist during the Mexican Revolution
- Mauricio Garcés – Prominent actor of the Mexican scene, which played a major role on the "galan" scenario, acting primarily in comedy.
- Roberto Gómez Bolaños – renowned humorist more commonly known by his pseudonym Chespirito
- Amalia Hernandez – leader of the Ballet Folklorico de Mexico.
- Miroslava – Czechoslovakian born actress who made her career in Mexico, then committed suicide in 1955.
- Alfonso Ortiz Tirado – doctor and opera singer
- José Revueltas – writer
- Mariano Riva Palacio – prominent political leader in the 19th century
- Carmen Romero Rubio – wife of Porfirio Díaz and First Lady of Mexico
- José Sulaimán – boxing official; president of the World Boxing Council
- Miguel Zacarías – film director
- José José – singer, musician and occasional actor
- "Panteon Francés". Retrieved 29 July 2011.
- "Despiden a Chespirito en Panteón Francés de La Piedad". El Universal. Retrieved 2 December 2014.
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