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Richard Juhl (#47373923)
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Bio Photo I've lived in San Francisco for many years but was born and raised in the suburbs west of Denver, CO, (Lakewood and Golden). I've always loved exploring cemeteries, maybe a little too much, according to some family members. The beauty and history seem awesome to me. I've been serious about genealogy for about 7 years and love the search, searching Dunn, Webster, Campbell in the US and Juhl, Johnsen, Jorgensen, Larsen in Denmark.

I particularly like photographing in veteran's cemeteries and creating memorials for veterans, being a Vietnam vet myself. I live just a few miles from both Golden Gate National and San Francisco National. SF National is my favorite because of the unique location with majestic views of SF Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. During my rather brief US Army career I was stationed for awhile at Letterman Army Hospital (now defunct) which was just a 5-minute walk from SF National. I used to stroll around the cemetery grounds to reduce work stress, and often ate a sack lunch there, so going back is always pleasant and nostalgic.

Feel free to use my photos for your genealogical projects. That's primarily why I took them.
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Peg & Lacey
RE: William Curtis Lacey
You are welcome! My only connection to Mr Lacey is that he shares a name with my daughter. Thanks for taking good care of him :)
Added by Peg & Lacey on Aug 05, 2014 10:34 AM
Louis F. Arnone
Hi, Richard

Thank you very much for the fine photo of Louis' gravestone at San Francisco Nat. Cem.


Ed Becker
Added by Ed on Jul 29, 2014 5:04 PM
Joan M. Smith
Josephine Mikesell
I love it because it is readable now. I deleted the one I posted because it wasn't. Josephine was married to my grandfather and we know nothing about her. So I am very grateful to you for posting that great photo. Joan in Utah
Added by Joan M. Smith on Jul 27, 2014 10:50 PM
Irene Smith-Rice
RE: Lewis and Mable Inman photos
Thanks Richard! I will give it a try but to my knowledge the gov't. has stopped transferring the memorials. Wish me luck!!
Added by Irene Smith-Rice on Jul 20, 2014 6:32 PM
Irene Smith-Rice
Lewis and Mable Inman photos
Thank you so much for taking the pics of the Inmans at SF Nat Cem. My husband and I were visiting from VA and I took some additional pics which I added to Find A Grave in order to add some family info for Mable. Irene Smith-Rice, Norfolk, VA
Added by Irene Smith-Rice on Jul 20, 2014 12:15 AM
RE: Cooper at Golden Gate Nat'l Cemetery

Hi Richard, Its been awhile since I've been on this
website, Thank You so much for the Photo.


Added by Anonymous on Jul 15, 2014 9:47 PM
Alycia K
Dr Ralph Junker
So, one pronounced this name as Yoooungker? I was quite impressed and took Photos of Valentine and Frieda as well. Your thanks are so very important! I can no longer work, and helping to fill the blanks that might be filled by my pix is a huge boon!
Added by Alycia K on Jun 23, 2014 5:29 PM
Snorre D. Overbo
RE: Evangeline Hollister #2
According to my information her full name is Evangeline Rachel Constance Lund. But it is also sometimes written as Rachel Constance Evangeline Lund

Yes, I'm a Norwegian and living in Norway, but I'm not in family with the Evangeline.
Added by Snorre D. Overbo on Jun 10, 2014 2:55 AM
Kyle Middleton
RE: Frank Allen Dunn Sr. @ Crown Hill
Thanks for the reply. My request to have the name Francis associated with his memorial was due to a search for Francis Allen Dunn which came up empty. I found that name on a 1900 Census. I did find a 1910 census that listed him as Frank, which lead me to search by that name. His brother Burton Benjamin Dunn is my great grandfather.
Added by Kyle Middleton on Jun 04, 2014 8:43 PM
Eugene I. Danaher's stone
Thank you very much for the new photograph of my g-uncle's stone, Richard! It's quite a difference!
Added by susanews on May 30, 2014 9:07 AM
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