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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Donald M Faase 1904 1968 Merriman Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Mable G Faase 1908 1931 Merriman Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Gerhard Abraham Faase December 24 1926 December 1 2000 Person,Grave Woudenberg General Cemetery (Utrecht, Netherlands)
Albert A. Faase October 26 1910 April 11 1997 Grave Saint Peters Catholic Church Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
Elizabeth G. Faase January 25 1908 August 3 2009 Holy Cross Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
Mary DeNeri Faase January 25 1908 August 3 2009 Grave Holy Cross Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
Maria Faase May 7 1865 January 29 1947 Rockanje (Zeeweg) General Cemetery (Zuid-Holland, Netherlands)
Wilhelmina Jacoba Faase September 12 1862 March 3 1947 Rockanje (Zeeweg) General Cemetery (Zuid-Holland, Netherlands)
Maria Josina Eggebeen August 1 1862 November 15 1932 Grave Wildwood Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Thomas P Faase April 25 1938 April 25 2010 Person Allouez Catholic Cemetery And Chapel Mausoleum (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Willie Faase December 9 1891 February 6 1892 Grave Bennington Township Cemetery (Iowa, United States of America)
Kathleen A Kenyon June 1954 May 1991 Saint Marys Catholic Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Frank (Francis) J Faase October 31 1900 September 12 1972 Grave Resurrection Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Marion B Faase December 8 1902 September 7 1972 Grave Resurrection Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)

 

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