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Alaska, known for its stunning landscapes and rich history, has a unique story when it comes to its settlers and cemetery records. Alaska's cemetery records tell the stories of settlers, their struggles, and their contributions to the state's development. From remote grave sites in the wilderness to small-town cemeteries, these records hold a wealth of information about Alaska's history, including the diverse cultural heritage of its settlers, their burial customs, and their lives.

Alaska's cemetery records are not only a testament to the settlers' resilience and adaptability in the face of harsh conditions but also offer insights into the state's cultural heritage, history, and the lives of its early inhabitants. They serve as valuable resources for genealogists, historians, and researchers, providing glimpses into the past and helping to preserve Alaska's unique heritage for future generations.

Cemetery records published here were acquired from Alaska cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research.

Cemetery transcriptions linked below remain free of charge, no subscriptions required.

If you would like to contribute your Alaska cemetery records to this archive, please visit our Publishing Guidelines.

Browse Cemeteries by Borough

Browse Alaska Cemetery Records by Census Area

  • Aleutians West
  • Bethel
  • Dillingham
  • Hoonah-Angoon
  • Kusilvak
  • Nome
  • Prince of Wales-Hyder
  • Southeast Fairbanks
  • Valdez-Cordova
  • Yuko-Koyukuk

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Each transcription we publish comes from a single-source, be it the cemetery office, government office, church office, archived document, a tombstone transcriber. Other websites already do an excellent job of crowd-sourcing a single cemetery together. But genealogists also need to see the original records from a single source. That's what we offer.