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|I have been involved with genealogy since 1970. I am chairman of St. John's Lutheran Parish cemetery board and have established a detailed cemetery record and map for our parish cemetery. It is located in Kellner, Wisconsin, which is in Portage County. However, the mailing address is Wisconsin Rapids which is located in Wood County. As of Oct. 3, 2010, there are 720 recorded burials dating back to 1866, the year St. John's was incorporated as a congregation. My husband's name was Francis.|
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|Anne||#9987383 Arthur Alft|
I thought you may be interested in this obituary I found for Arthur Alft may be you'll want to add it to his memorial.
ARTHUR ALFT, was born 15 December 1895 at Split Rock, Wisconsin, the son of the late Michael Alft. When a child the family moved to Kellner,
Wood County, Wisconsin and farmed. He worked as a farmer and logger, retiring in 1964. Moved to Nelsonville, Wisconsin in 1970, lived on
College Avenue in the City from 1975. He died Sunday 6 August 1979, Rev. Herbert H. Thompson conducted the funeral from Boston Funeral
Home and the St. Paul's United Methodist Church. Burial in the Union Cemetery. Survivors, a sister, Mrs. Laura Reitmeir, of San Diego,
California, and nieces and nephews. Four brothers and four sisters preceded.
#326 SPDJ Tues. 7 August 1979 Col: 3&4 p 2 Boston Marker
Mrs. Leona Eberhardt of 210 90th St. N. Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin has a Family History on this family. Unknown what relation to Arthur was Oscar "Bud" Alft of Wisconsin Rapids
He was born 14 September 1921 the son of Edward and Mable Alft, he passed away 22 February 1994. He was married to Virginia Arnold, 14 June
1947 at Altdorf. Survivors are four sons and six daughters. He is buried in Restlawn Memorial Park.
Added by Anne on May 25, 2009 6:39 PM