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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Nicholas Fabac December 25 1929 February 7 1995 Springfield National Cemetery (Missouri, United States of America)
Wanda Fabac April 10 1919 October 15 1962 Springfield National Cemetery (Missouri, United States of America)
Ellen M. Fabac 0 November 8 2004 Memorial Park Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Joseph Fabac 1871 1951 Grave Mount Calvary Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Katherine Fabac 1873 1916 Grave Mount Calvary Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Matt S Fabac February 20 1904 August 26 1954 Grave Mount Calvary Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Barbara Fabac 1877 1952 Grave Mount Calvary Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
John E. Fabac July 1 1917 May 11 2006 Mount Calvary Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Thomas E Fabac February 6 1918 April 27 2005 Grave Florida National Cemetery (Florida, United States of America)
Louise Fabac 1909 1909 Grave Saint Johns Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Barbara Jean Schone October 13 1940 March 6 2007 Person,Grave Ascension Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Nicholas P. Fabac April 28 1915 September 14 1994 Memorial Park Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
George Fabac 1874 November 30 1924 Grave Saint Anns Cemetery (Montana, United States of America)
Bernadine Zerr May 17 1925 December 15 2008 Mount Calvary Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Joseph Fabac 1911 1967 Grave Mount Calvary Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Anna R. Fabac 1912 2002 Grave Mount Calvary Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Laura E Fabac October 11 1916 February 4 1998 Grave Florida National Cemetery (Florida, United States of America)
Jean LePage Fabac Grave Evergreen Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Joseph M Fabac Grave Evergreen Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Margareta Kasun 1878 May 24 1961 Grave Holy Cross Cemetery (Montana, United States of America)
Sherry Christine Gray 0 April 1 2009 Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Frank J. Fabac 1931 1969 Grave Mount Calvary Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Marko Fabac 1898 1984 Grave Mount Calvary Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Katie Fabac 1896 1956 Grave Mount Calvary Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
Frank Fabac August 12 1896 November 23 1961 Grave Loretto Cemetery (Pennsylvania, United States of America)
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