|Amy Berga (#46936877)|
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|Chuck Crabaugh||Curtis Shane Cone|
Thank you for creating then memorial for Curtis Shane Cone in the Kasilof cemetery. It is a duplicate to the one I created several years ago so I would ask you to please transfer any information and pictures to the one I created and remove yours. Curtis was my nephew. Thank you in advance.
|Dennis Johnson||knackstedt photo|
Thank you very much for your help in taking the photo for us.
|Daniel K. Welsh||Elizabeth Karsten - memorial# 37277285|
I'd like to ask your permission to post your
gravestone pic of this memorial on my family
tree. The tree is located on ancestry.com and I
will note that the pic is courtesy of you &
Dan Welsh - member #47052791
|Mike Smith||Mary Harris, 41050988|
Dear Amy Berga, Thank you for all that you do in recording the grave sites in Alaska. Mary Harris, 41050988, was my Aunt. Will you update the site with the following information, or if you prefer, transfer the site to me and I will input the information. Full name: Mary Helen (Smith) Harris; Born: 12 Sep 1925, Billings, Yellowstone County, Montana, USA; Died: 27 Aug 1997, Lolo, Missoula County, Montana, USA; Married to Elmer L. "Shorty" Harris, in 1946, whose grave site is adjacent to Mary's, 24031463; Mary's remains were cremated in Montana, then later interred at the Spruce Grove Memorial Park on 28 Sep 1998.
One other request of you. Could you verify the grave site discrepency pertaining to what Block Mary and Elmer are buried in. The two grave sites are adjacent to one another. One source has Elmer in Block 34 and Mary in Block 33, and your information puts Mary in Block 35! Thank you again for all of your efforts. Mike Smith, Oregon
|Peggy Midkirk||Memorial #37286302|
full name is Nathan Russell Bagley
wife: Mildred Marie (Windom) Bagley
he was born in Denver, Adams, Colorado 8 Sep 1906
I am the great niece of his wife's mother.
Peggy (Barger) Midkirk
|Michelle Wood||Photo of Reginald Wood's grave stone|
Hello, Amy. My husband wanted to say thank you of posting a photo of his Grandfather's grave stone. He did not really have a chance to get to know his Grandfather. He passed when my husband was 4 years old. He does remember going to the funeral. Seeing the picture, makes him feel a little closer to his Grandfather. Although he may never get to visit the actual site because he no longer has relatives in Alaska, he can share the photo with his daughter and other family members. Thanks again.
Clinton and Michelle Wood
|don eames||Donald Ray Armstrong|
I grew up with Don in Kansas. Would like to know how he died. I think he was in the Air Force. Thank you for any info available.
Don Eames firstname.lastname@example.org
|Lalou Myatt Abrams||graves in Alaska|
Hi Amy, thank you so much for your picture of the cemetery my grandmother was buried in. It was such a treat to see it again after all these years!