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Northern Cemeteries and Graves

A Guide to Chicken, Alaska


The Chicken Cemetery, Alaska

by Murray Lundberg


The Cemetery at Chicken, Alaska

    Far off in the forest above Chicken and below the Taylor Highway, on a ridge overlooking the Mosquito Fork River, is the old Chicken cemetery. It's been abandoned for many decades, and it's hard to say how many graves are there - 12-15 perhaps.

The following grave markers have been photographed and posted here so far:

Seven photos of unidentified graves, and possible gravesites, follow below.





In memory of

Dr. G. M. Faulkner

Born Oct 31, 1857
Died Sept 5, 1924

A broad view of the grave can be seen here.

More about Dr. G. M. Faulkner





In loving memory of
Edna Rea Traub
Born 10-17-1870 - Died 5-31-1917

In loving memory of
Baby Boy Traub
Born 10-7-1903 - Died 1904

A close view of the brass plaques can be seen here.





An unidentified grave.

An unidentified grave.

An unidentified grave.

A possible gravesite.

An unidentified grave.

An unidentified grave.

A possible gravesite.