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ANCHORAGE BOROUGH, ALASKA

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ANCHORAGE GEN SOCIETY  
BOROUGH RECORDING OFFICES For all of Alaska

CEMETERIES

 

Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery
535 East 9th Avenue
Anchorage, Alaska 99501
(907) 343-6814 voice (907) 343-6826 Fax

Angelus Memorial Park Cemetery, Anchorage
440 E. Klatt Rd., Anchorage, Alaska
 
If you know of others, or would be willing to transcribe a cemetery for posting on this site, please let me know.
DEEDS Beverly Morrow,Anchorage Recorder
550 West 7th Ave., Suite 1200,
Anchorage, AK 99501-3564
(907) 269-8876
(Fax) 269-6006
Anchorage Recording District covers the following areas:
Alexander (Creek) * Alyeska * Anchorage * Barry Arm * Beluga * Birchwood * Bird * Campbell * Chugiak * Eagle River * East Anchorage * Eklutna * Elmendorf Air Force Base * Fort Richardson * Girdwood * Goat Creek * Goose Bay * Granite Mine * Grants (Beluga) * Indian * Indian Island * Indian River * KalgIn Island * Kern * Kustatan * Ladd * Merrill Field * Mountain View * Old Tyonek * Portage * Potter * Rainbow * Rainy Pass * Rainy Pass Lodge * Red Bluff Bay (Aband) * Skwentna * Spenard * Susitna * Turnagain Arm * Tyonek * Whitney * Whittier * Youngstown
GEOGRAPHIC NAMES OF ALASKA USGS Bulletin. This file requires Adobe Acrobat to open.
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QUERIES Search and Place Queries here,
VITAL RECORDS Under Alaska law, all Vital Statistics records are strictly confidential until they become public records. Births become public records 100 years after the event; deaths, marriages, and divorces become public records 50 years after the event.
VOLUNTEERS & LOOKUPS

We need volunteers and helpers! Please read below to see ways that you can help

Kim Allison Ross has kindly offered to help with lookups. She has access to the Anchorage libraries. Please contact her at slimkim@gci.net

Her direct ancestors: Ross, Johnson, Buettner, Schumert, Ruehl, Wiedemann, Dean(e), Hart, Harsch, Spieske, Westerfield, Porter, Fisher, Vernier/Viner/Winer, Barquiaume.
The Ross & Johnson Families
http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?db=slimkim

YEARBOOKS This is an area where volunteers can easily help out. Just scan in your yearbook, save it as a .pdf file (also known as an Adobe Acrobat file), and send it in to me. Or photocopy it and mail me the photocopies and I'll convert it for you!
 

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