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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Fortunatus Eager May 5 1796 December 18 1818 Grave Chocksett Burial Ground (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Charles R. Eager 1872 1926 Grave Greenwood Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
William Goronwy Eager December 25 1915 April 16 2002 Grave Sunset Hill Cemetery (Georgia, United States of America)
George Eager March 16 1919 August 23 2009 Grave Arlington National Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Patrick Henry Eager October 9 1892 December 14 1970 Person,Grave Clinton Cemetery (Mississippi, United States of America)
Thomas Eager April 5 1799 May 9 1856 Grave North Deerfield Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Eugene Morehead Eager December 26 1954 November 13 2010 Crown Hill Cemetery (Georgia, United States of America)
Auville Eager 0 January 17 1945 Person Druid Ridge Cemetery (Maryland, United States of America)
William Mabry Eager August 23 1961 August 24 1961 Grave Clinton Cemetery (Mississippi, United States of America)
George Boardman Eager January 26 1888 October 20 1942 Person,Grave University of Virginia Cemetery and Columbarium (Virginia, United States of America)
John Bradford Eager December 3 1925 August 29 2011 Restland Memorial Park (New Jersey, United States of America)
Wilbur Lawrence Eager August 10 1922 April 20 2011 Gravel Hill Cemetery (Georgia, United States of America)
James W. Eager September 8 1884 September 7 1898 Grave Oakwood Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Frank Eager 1882 1954 Fountain Grove Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Ide Whitfield Eager May 28 1914 March 19 1969 Grave Clinton Cemetery (Mississippi, United States of America)
Hubert Earl Eager May 24 1928 September 21 1994 Arlington National Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)

 

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