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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Marion A Caballes October 22 1920 August 13 1983 Calverton National Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Rufimio Caballes March 20 1893 October 9 1984 National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific (Hawaii, United States of America)
Lucila Pinga Caballes July 29 1915 July 28 2004 Grave Rose Hills Memorial Park (California, United States of America)
Antonio L. Caballes 1932 1994 Grave Eternal Valley Memorial Park (California, United States of America)
Carmelita R. Caballes 1936 2002 Grave Eternal Valley Memorial Park (California, United States of America)
Jose Caballes 1919 2009 Grave Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale) (California, United States of America)
Benvenido Caballes December 7 1922 November 7 1999 Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery (Hawaii, United States of America)
Simeon S Caballes March 24 1933 November 26 2001 Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery (Hawaii, United States of America)
Irene Rasmussen February 25 1930 September 6 1988 Saint Alphonsus Catholic Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Madeline M S Caballes April 4 1928 November 2 2008 Calverton National Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Celestino R Caballes May 10 1914 February 20 1972 Los Angeles National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Julita Caballes February 3 2002 Cypress Lawn Memorial Park (California, United States of America)
Oscar T Caballes 1942 2010 Grave Saint Michael The Archangel Catholic Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Elizabeth Rose Caballes October 5 1963 June 29 1986 Woodlawn Memorial Park (California, United States of America)
Erinio Caballes October 20 1934 April 11 1935 Grave Saint Joseph's Church Cemetery (Hawaii, United States of America)
Filesa Caballes May 2 1925 May 7 1927 Grave Saint Joseph's Church Cemetery (Hawaii, United States of America)

 

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