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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Richard Faaberg October 1 1928 June 10 1995 Greenacres Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Andreas C Faaberg 1877 1944 Grave Wild Rose Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Alma D Faaberg 1884 1954 Grave Wild Rose Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Catherine Faaberg August 18 1907 February 2 1908 Wild Rose Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Catherine Faaberg August 18 1907 February 1908 Grave Wild Rose Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Tina O. Faaberg 1882 1960 Grave Grace Lutheran Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Lars Faaberg 1882 1958 Grave Grace Lutheran Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Clara Olivia Faaberg October 18 1897 April 17 1964 Union Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Oscar Rudolph Faaberg August 31 1897 June 30 1967 Union Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Rudolph O Faaberg March 13 1923 October 19 1967 Union Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Else Faaberg May 24 1927 July 22 1988 Stathelle Cemetery (Telemark County, Norway)
H Richard Faaberg 1887 1976 Grave Faith Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Ione Alice Faaberg 1920 1990 Faith Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Mussetta Faaberg 1897 1941 Grave Faith Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Orville Richard Faaberg 1917 1935 Grave Faith Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Albert J. Faaberg April 19 1896 August 11 1983 Garfield Lutheran (Minnesota, United States of America)
Andrew H. Faaberg 1850 November 1 1918 Garfield Lutheran (Minnesota, United States of America)
Alma Brown October 5 1897 January 28 1993 Garfield Lutheran (Minnesota, United States of America)
Hannah S. Haugen January 26 1900 October 7 1983 Garfield Lutheran (Minnesota, United States of America)
Tom A. Faaberg August 19 1871 November 25 1962 Garfield Lutheran (Minnesota, United States of America)
Emma Faaberg July 26 1875 April 2 1946 Garfield Lutheran (Minnesota, United States of America)
Lewis Faaberg June 12 1910 January 17 1990 Garfield Lutheran (Minnesota, United States of America)
Gjertrud Faaberg April 25 1843 April 7 1926 Garfield Lutheran (Minnesota, United States of America)
Elmer Faaberg June 21 1903 May 6 1989 Garfield Lutheran (Minnesota, United States of America)
Clara Gulina Faaberg March 17 1905 October 12 1992 Garfield Lutheran (Minnesota, United States of America)
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