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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Arthur M Haarklau August 30 1915 January 8 2006 Roselawn Memorial Park (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Justin Thomas Haarklau January 29 1990 March 28 1998 Grave Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Gary A Haarklau January 1 1986 January 3 2008 Beth Israel Cemetery (Arizona, United States of America)
Karl A Haarklau June 3 1911 November 23 1965 Aardahl Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Olga J Haarklau July 24 1889 April 9 1957 Aardahl Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Andrew A Haarklau November 24 1871 January 12 1956 Aardahl Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Anders Hanson Haarklau 1829 1922 Grave Fulton Lutheran Cemetery (Iowa, United States of America)
Anna Haarklau 1896 1950 Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
John Haarklau November 22 1891 April 15 1986 Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Joseph Haarklau Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Oscar Haarklau May 2 1917 August 28 1921 Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Ruby J Annen January 13 1921 May 23 2011 Sun Prairie Memory Garden (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Gary Anthony Haarklau January 1 1986 January 3 2008 National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona (Arizona, United States of America)
Nick Haarklau 1889 1983 Lewistown City Cemetery (Montana, United States of America)

 

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