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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Elmer Gaaskjolen February 22 1893 January 9 1955 Fort Snelling National Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Vivian Gaaskjolen August 25 1895 March 6 1964 Fort Snelling National Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Cecil Gaaskjolen 1914 1994 Grave Rose Hill Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Oscar Gaaskjolen 1879 1943 Trump Coulee Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Julie Gaaskjolen 1891 1961 Trump Coulee Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Ellen F Gaaskjolen February 22 1922 April 4 2012 Person,Grave Rose Hill Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Karen Oline Rydberg 1868 January 30 1939 Grave Crystal Lake Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Jonine Gaaskjolen 1842 1923 Rest Haven Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Bernt D. Gaaskjolen 1844 1917 Person Rest Haven Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Karlot Gaaskjolen 1876 1959 Rest Haven Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Bella Gaaskjolen 1890 1985 Rest Haven Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)

 

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