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Results 1 - 12 of 12 for Eagle Elk

Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Roland George Elk Eagle March 15 1953 September 9 1996 Black Hills National Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Sam Eagle Elk 0 1932 Episcopal Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Mary Agnes Red Bird May 15 1919 June 26 2007 Person Saint Peter's Episcopal Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Unknown Eagle Elk 0 August 20 1920 Saint Josephs Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Benjamin L Elk Eagle February 14 1916 March 19 1986 Black Hills National Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Eleanore Judith Eagle Elk June 24 1947 July 6 2010 Person Saint Marks (Parmelee) (South Dakota, United States of America)
Crystal Rose Eagle Elk 1940 May 7 2011 Person Holy Cross Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Earl A Eagle Elk 1937 June 9 2011 Porcupine Presbyterian Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Unknown Eagle Elk 0 1915 Bear Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Willie Eagle Elk 0 1914 Bear Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Eugene Jacob Eagle Elk March 22 1941 February 19 2009 Person Epiphany Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Eileen Bissonette 1959 September 29 2012 Holy Cross Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)

 

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