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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Frederick Haardt 0 January 29 1908 Wood National Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Alma Haardt 0 May 10 2003 Fort Lincoln Cemetery (Maryland, United States of America)
Lucy Roberta Haardt May 2 1869 September 9 1950 Grave Harrdt Cemetery (Alabama, United States of America)
Sara Mencken March 1 1898 May 31 1935 Person,Grave Loudon Park Cemetery (Maryland, United States of America)
Louise A. Haardt January 13 1901 April 22 1988 Grave Friendswood Friends Church Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
Otto H. Haardt March 3 1895 April 6 1972 Grave Friendswood Friends Church Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
Georges Marie Haardt 1884 1932 Grave Cimetiere de Passy (Ile-de-France, France)
Eugene F. Haardt 1863 1943 Grave Harrdt Cemetery (Alabama, United States of America)
Ida E Haardt March 1899 December 1972 Grave Clear Creek Cemetery (Arizona, United States of America)
Mary V Conway January 15 1914 May 16 2003 Grave Saint Francis Xavier Church Cemetery (Maryland, United States of America)
William Haardt June 20 1893 Columbia Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Wilhelm Haardt August 25 1923 April 8 1944 Grave Moltenort U-Boat Memorial (Schleswig-Holstein, Germany)
Fritz Haardt September 21 1908 May 5 1945 Grave Moltenort U-Boat Memorial (Schleswig-Holstein, Germany)
Kelley Allen September 11 1908 May 4 1972 Grave Greenwood Cemetery (Alabama, United States of America)
Mary Haardt March 21 1851 March 21 1932 Grave Oakwood Cemetery (Alabama, United States of America)
George Haardt October 4 1818 January 3 1868 Grave Oakwood Cemetery (Alabama, United States of America)
Egga Van Haardt November 2 1912 March 25 1944 Grave Mount Zion Catholic Cemetery (Yerushalayim (Jerusalem District), Israel)
Berthe David-Weill 0 0 Cimetière de Montparnasse (Ile-de-France, France)
Anthony Bain Haardt April 28 1967 April 2 1973 Grave Resurrection Cemetery (Maryland, United States of America)
Ethel Smith-von Seeberg 1891 1969 Grave Greenwood Cemetery (Alabama, United States of America)
John Hall Haardt July 21 1901 February 8 1971 Grave Greenwood Cemetery (Alabama, United States of America)
Mabel Haardt August 12 1906 September 21 2003 Grave Greenwood Cemetery (Alabama, United States of America)
Albertina Guenther 1862 June 8 1946 Oakwood Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Egga van Haardt November 2 1912 March 25 1944 Grave Mount Zion Catholic Cemetery (Yerushalayim (Jerusalem District), Israel)
Lucy M Haardt 0 September 9 1950 Oakwood Cemetery (Alabama, United States of America)
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