| || member for 2 years, 3 months, 12 days|
| [Add to MyFriends]|
|Bio and Links|
If you find a relative among those I have listed and would like editorial control over their memorial page, I will gladly submit a transfer request.|
I do not delete my memorials in favor of newer created memorials so please don't ask. The deleting of memorials causes issues for those who have linked to them.
Feel free to use any of my photographs however you choose, no need to ask or give credit.
"Dear is the spot where Christians sleep, And sweet the strains that angels pour. O ! why should we in anguish weep ? They are not lost, but gone before."
|Messages left for Kahpo (156)||[Leave Message]|
Thank you for the fast response in posting the pics of Frederick and Mary Ehler's stones! It's much appreciated.
Added by GrammaL on Aug 22, 2014 10:12 AM
|ann ||hilbert marker|
Thank you once again for the photos my aunt insisted they were there I didn't believe her until I found the funeral card so I went from there thank you once again and God bless
Added by ann on Aug 19, 2014 1:44 PM
Thanks for all four pics of the Ingwersen family!
Added by GrammaL on Aug 18, 2014 4:05 PM
Than you for taking and posting the photo for Civil War veteran Peter Manz.
|Charles Venable||Penelope Borah|
I have a copy of the cemetery inscription page for Cannon cemetery and can send a copy attached to email if you want it. The book is by Doris Bland 1971
|Douglas Hillman||100450976 (Lillian) & 100451050 (Michael)|
Thank you for both the transfer of the memorials and the photographs of the markers.
|Connie Jepson Kennerly||Ruth Turley Jepson|
Thank you so much for putting photo on here, I only found where she was buried, never knew if there was a gravemarker. Thanks again.
Connie Jepson Kennerly
|EsLed ||Nenana North Cemetery|
I live in Switzerland and have a great-uncle who emigrated to Alaska around 1920. Lately I have done some family research and am so grateful to have found some of the graves of his family. I was told by my grandma that he had five children of whom only one reached adulthood (Anna Mueller whose grave is in Anchorage as is my great-uncle's grave, Alfred Mueller). His wife, Rose K. Mueller, is buried in the Nenana South Cemetery. One son, Theodore Mueller, rests in the Nenana North Cemetery. On his site with the beautiful picture of his grave (thank you!) is another picture but unfortunately I can't read the name on it. If you are ever back on this cemetery could you check if there are any other "Mueller" graves?
I greatly appreciate what you do and sincerely thank you!
Added by EsLed on Jul 27, 2014 4:23 AM
|Cynthia I. Zuliani Baker||Boughton|
Any time you need anything give me a shout. Love doing this. Cyndy B.
|Chris Aiuto-Atkins||RE: Walter N. Hogan|
Your welcome, happy to do it for you.
|[View all messages...]|
Privacy Statement and Terms of Service