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Results 1 - 11 of 11 for Gabianelli

Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Bruno E. Gabianelli October 6 1908 May 8 2005 Mount Saint Peter Catholic Cemetery (Connecticut, United States of America)
Amanda Noreen Gabianelli September 22 1974 January 27 2005 Person Saint Lawrence Cemetery (Connecticut, United States of America)
Doris Cwalinski January 27 1935 August 6 2005 Grave Mount Saint Peter Catholic Cemetery (Connecticut, United States of America)
Jennie Gabianelli February 9 1915 June 19 2007 Saint James Cemetery (Connecticut, United States of America)
Joseph J. Gabianelli November 21 1924 November 8 2008 Saint John the Baptist Greek Catholic Cemetery (Connecticut, United States of America)
Emilio Gabianelli April 20 1890 October 18 1918 Grave Saint Mary Cemetery (Connecticut, United States of America)
Jean Gabianelli January 7 1932 February 20 1998 State Veterans Cemetery (Connecticut, United States of America)
Virginio J Gabianelli April 5 1919 February 7 2007 State Veterans Cemetery (Connecticut, United States of America)
Arthur Raymond Gabianelli March 21 1920 December 9 1994 Grave Mountain Meadows Cemetery (Connecticut, United States of America)
Richard F. Gabianelli 1954 1991 Grave Bellevue Cemetery and Mausoleum (California, United States of America)
Frank E. Gabianelli November 21 1925 November 29 2005 Grave Mountain Meadows Cemetery (Connecticut, United States of America)

 

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