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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Harry F Eamich August 16 1899 October 25 1968 Baltimore National Cemetery (Maryland, United States of America)
Ann Maria Eamich February 27 1783 March 11 1852 Grave Saint James Reformed Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Bruce Mock Eamich 1880 1942 Grave Hillsboro Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Carroll W Eamich September 7 1905 April 10 1935 Hillsboro Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
George F. Eamich December 25 1844 February 23 1920 Grave Saint James Reformed Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Mary Virginia Eamich October 1 1848 December 8 1905 Grave Saint James Reformed Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Katie Landen Eamich December 6 1877 July 11 1878 Grave Saint James Reformed Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Frederick Eamich 0 September 6 1891 Grave Saint James Reformed Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Sarah A. Eamich 0 August 21 1896 Grave Saint James Reformed Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Walton Bruce Eamich June 1 1920 March 3 2008 Grave Union Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
John Eamich 4 1873 January 7 1845 Grave New Jerusalem Lutheran Church Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Wanda R. Eamich January 9 1923 August 2 1981 Grave Union Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Mervin M. Eamich September 28 1913 June 6 1996 Grave Union Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Daisy D. Eamich 1878 1965 Grave Hillsboro Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Sarah Ann Eamich August 31 1842 September 12 1897 Grave Waterford Union of Churches Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Ada B Crim 0 September 26 1900 Grave Arnold Grove Methodist Episcopal Church Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Mildred Eamich January 30 1898 Grave Lovettsville Union Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Kate E Potterfield September 23 1848 November 30 1915 Grave Lovettsville Union Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Bertie L Eamich January 5 1868 July 18 1953 Grave Lovettsville Union Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
George E Eamich 1896 February 11 1958 Grave Lovettsville Union Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Harry W Eamich March 25 1872 March 27 1908 Grave Lovettsville Union Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
Elizabeth Eamich 1899 1989 Grave Oak Hill Cemetery (District Of Columbia, United States of America)
Richard James Eamich March 22 1907 July 14 1995 Grave Memorial Park Cemetery (North Carolina, United States of America)
Dorothy May Eamich June 7 1915 June 8 2008 Grave Memorial Park Cemetery (North Carolina, United States of America)
John W Eamich October 6 Waterford Union of Churches Cemetery (Virginia, United States of America)
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