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Results 1 - 18 of 18 for Eagloski

Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Edna E. Wales October 18 1912 July 4 1996 Resthaven Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Adam Eagloski 0 1914 Grave Iron River Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Emelia Eagloski 1886 1953 Grave Iron River Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Adam Eagloski 1885 December 2 1929 Grave Iron River Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Genevieve "Jennie" Eagloski May 9 1920 July 12 1970 Grave Iron River Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Aurelia J. Sartorelli 1908 December 12 1986 Grave Stambaugh Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Anna M. Eagloski 1902 August 1996 Grave Resthaven Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Clara Jane Eagloski July 10 1925 0 Person,Grave Resthaven Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Don Edward Eagloski September 7 1955 May 30 1996 Person,Grave Resthaven Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Frank Eagloski 1889 March 1951 Grave Resthaven Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
John Eagloski 1879 August 1967 Grave Resthaven Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Mary Eagloski 1857 March 23 1930 Grave Resthaven Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Vincent Eagloski 1890 April 1968 Person,Grave Resthaven Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Vincent S. Eagloski July 1 1925 0 Person,Grave Resthaven Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Rosemary Eagloski February 13 1923 February 27 1992 Grave Cross Plains Memorial Park (Texas, United States of America)
Agnes Dorine Stoor April 1 1917 January 5 1994 Evergreen Memorial Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Delphine Mae Belkiewitz February 24 1921 January 21 2012 Saint Stanislaus Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Norbert Edward Eagloski February 23 1923 April 30 2010 Person Cunningham Memorial Park (West Virginia, United States of America)

 

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