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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Gilbert Haabak March 10 1894 October 10 1960 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Oliver Haabak 1896 1962 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Agnes Haabak 1897 1960 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Sidney Haabak May 10 1925 July 11 1953 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Gordon Haabak January 20 1921 September 23 1969 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Henry Haabak 1881 1954 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Minnie Haabak 1920 1970 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Gunlik Haabak October 12 1889 December 2 1891 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Gunil Haabak May 11 1884 January 9 1902 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Halvor Haabak July 20 1882 May 8 1905 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Halvor Haabak 1843 1920 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Ingeborn Haabak 1852 1921 Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Leo Haabak October 25 1919 August 10 2001 Grave Northwood Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Howard C Haabak 1925 1977 Grave Northwood Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Ernest C Haabak 1917 April 16 2011 Person Valley Grove Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)

 

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