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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Anna Anderson April 14 1905 January 1972 Forest Home Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Emma Haapalainen March 16 1894 November 29 1974 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Eino Johannes Haapalainen February 7 1926 January 16 1992 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Einari Haapalainen 1913 1946 Grave Forest Home Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Lauri J Haapalainen July 25 1907 June 1977 Forest Home Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Lily E Haapalainen May 15 1912 December 10 2003 Forest Home Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Otto E Haapalainen April 25 1910 February 5 1992 Grave Forest Home Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Selina Haapalainen 1883 1955 Grave Forest Home Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Kauko K Haapalainen 0 February 19 1945 Luxembourg American Cemetery and Memorial (Luxembourg, Luxembourg)
Bruno A Haapalainen November 26 1921 July 14 2002 Grave Forest Home Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Anna Mary Wesick December 1 1889 March 12 1971 Grave Sunset Hill Cemetery (Georgia, United States of America)
Anna Liisa Haapalainen October 27 1952 Mount Royal Cemetery (Quebec, Canada)
Fanny Haapalainen November 12 1982 Mount Royal Cemetery (Quebec, Canada)
William Antti Haapalainen September 16 1971 Mount Royal Cemetery (Quebec, Canada)

 

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