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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Nels Nelsen Haaheim December 8 1905 January 22 1962 Willamette National Cemetery (Oregon, United States of America)
Helena Haaheim May 17 1860 October 13 1932 Grave Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Kolbein Haaheim December 13 1878 March 24 1916 Grave Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Sjur S Haaheim February 9 1856 April 20 1942 Grave Immanuel Lutheran Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Edith N Haaheim 1900 1980 Grave Elmwood Saint Joseph Cemetery (Iowa, United States of America)
Mikal J Haaheim 1892 1981 Grave Elmwood Saint Joseph Cemetery (Iowa, United States of America)
Kevin Niles Haaheim October 20 1956 May 18 2004 Grave Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery (Oregon, United States of America)
Mattie Haaheim May 11 1879 November 2 1918 Bethel Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Olav E. Haaheim September 18 1869 December 4 1922 Bethel Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Merrill E. Haaheim 0 February 23 2004 Grave Winthrop Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
John J Haaheim September 26 1888 January 31 1971 Memorial Park Cemetery (Iowa, United States of America)
Leola Frances Haaheim July 12 1901 February 20 1990 Grave Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery (Oregon, United States of America)
Christopher Nielson Haaheim September 25 1908 December 12 1977 Grave Lone Fir Pioneer Cemetery (Oregon, United States of America)
Esther T Haaheim 1882 1914 Grave Bernadotte Lutheran Church Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Edmund Haaheim 1875 1954 Grave Bernadotte Lutheran Church Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
John E Haaheim 1889 1964 Grave Bernadotte Lutheran Church Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Roger Evan Haaheim August 2 1932 July 25 2012 Eagle Point National Cemetery (Oregon, United States of America)

 

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