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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Edwin B Haakana January 3 1928 April 1 1979 Fort Snelling National Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Antti Haakana December 4 1928 January 22 1991 Grave Renko Old Cemetery (Hämeenlinna) (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Eeva Haakana September 8 1934 August 23 1991 Grave Renko Old Cemetery (Hämeenlinna) (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Sirpa Kristiina Haakana May 14 1953 August 7 2001 Grave Vuorentaka Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Kauko Antero Haakana November 15 1925 March 29 1945 Grave Vanaja Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Pauli Henrik Haakana July 1 1928 March 28 1945 Grave Vanaja Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Maria Dagmar Haakana January 15 1890 July 30 1977 Grave Vuorentaka Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Ilmari Juhana Haakana June 16 1897 February 7 1986 Grave Vuorentaka Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Helmi Siviä Haakana May 27 1892 October 20 1955 Grave Vanaja Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Kai Ismo Einari Haakana June 30 1955 May 9 1989 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Pentti Einari Haakana November 18 1929 August 31 1995 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Harri Kalevi Haakana March 20 1952 February 14 2004 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Reno Richard Haakana June 17 1925 November 1 1996 Saint Peters Lutheran Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Mikael Haakana January 23 1929 June 29 1943 Grave Hietaniemi Cemetery (Uusimaa, Finland)
Jane L Haakana December 2 1983 Sunset Acres Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
John Haakana May 16 1880 October 3 1944 Greenwood Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Hannah Haakana March 24 1886 July 19 1968 Greenwood Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Rudolph Haakana May 12 1920 April 5 1967 Greenwood Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Carl H Haakana 1922 2009 Grave Spring Lake Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Antti Haakana August 16 1900 September 10 1990 Grave Kauniainen Cemetery (Uusimaa, Finland)
Veli Olavi Haakana August 8 1925 May 8 2002 Naantali Cemetery (Finland Proper, Finland)

 

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