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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
John A Haanen September 16 1907 October 11 1968 Person Saint John The Baptist Catholic Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Lydia Delia Olson November 2 1881 August 21 1958 Mount Angeles Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Charles "Chic" B Haanen 1912 1972 Grave Kinkead Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Richard J. Haanen August 8 1931 September 13 2004 Calvary Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Anton Haanen 0 January 28 1928 Woodlawn Cemetery (Saskatchewan, Canada)
George Lenard Haanen 0 September 28 1941 Woodlawn Cemetery (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Hattie Haanen 0 June 13 1925 Woodlawn Cemetery (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Joseph Haanen 0 December 26 1950 Woodlawn Cemetery (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Lena Leifa Main Haanen 0 October 8 1967 Woodlawn Cemetery (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Shirley Ann Haanen 0 January 1 1946 Woodlawn Cemetery (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Elsie Haanen 1890 October 16 1972 Woodlawn Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Peter F. Haanen 1890 May 12 1954 Woodlawn Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Henry Haanen July 8 1920 November 5 2007 Asquith Cemetery (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Myla Jean Haanen March 21 1925 September 4 2006 Asquith Cemetery (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Linda Dianne Vogan September 15 1951 June 19 2007 Asquith Cemetery (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Joseph Haanen March 16 1989 Hillside Cemetery (Alberta, Canada)
Mary W B Haanen April 19 1998 Hillside Cemetery (Alberta, Canada)
Anton Haanen January 30 1924 Woodlawn Cemetery (Saskatchewan, Canada)
Adeline Haanen 1905 1976 Allouez Catholic Cemetery And Chapel Mausoleum (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Alice F. Haanen August 30 1910 January 18 1985 Allouez Catholic Cemetery And Chapel Mausoleum (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Edward Haanen April 2 1897 November 20 1958 Allouez Catholic Cemetery And Chapel Mausoleum (Wisconsin, United States of America)
John H. Haanen 1892 1978 Allouez Catholic Cemetery And Chapel Mausoleum (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Leo H. Haanen 1903 1977 Allouez Catholic Cemetery And Chapel Mausoleum (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Rose B. Haanen 1893 1977 Allouez Catholic Cemetery And Chapel Mausoleum (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Thomas Haanen 1930 1945 Allouez Catholic Cemetery And Chapel Mausoleum (Wisconsin, United States of America)

 

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