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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Mary Margaret Haavik March 3 1897 June 16 1972 Grave Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Josefine Kristine Reiten December 18 1864 June 10 1944 Person,Grave Petersburg City Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Daphne H. Haavik 1924 1994 Grave Wisconsin Memorial Park (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Rasmus J Haavik February 10 1863 January 5 1942 Grave Petersburg City Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Ingeborg Haavik June 21 1867 October 29 1937 Grave Petersburg City Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Margaret Olivia Stompro October 5 1895 March 10 1973 Grave Petersburg City Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Swerry Haavik August 5 1895 August 2 1954 Grave Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Astrianne Mortvedt 1845 1925 Grave Mortvedt Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Martha Haavik 1849 September 1918 Grave Petersburg City Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Florence Haavik January 20 1909 May 27 1999 Green Hills Memorial Park (California, United States of America)
Sigurd Hansen Haavik Green Hills Memorial Park (California, United States of America)
Ricky Lee Haavik October 1 1958 August 6 1992 Grave Mountain View Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Kristian Haavik September 9 1880 July 18 1957 Grave Stavanger (Lagard ) Cemetery (Rogaland County, Norway)
Inger Haavik 1880 0 Grave Stavanger (Lagard ) Cemetery (Rogaland County, Norway)
Gurina Anderson 1852 1938 Story City Cemetery (Iowa, United States of America)
Anders Haavik 1824 1909 Story City Cemetery (Iowa, United States of America)
Bertha Haavik 1812 1894 Story City Cemetery (Iowa, United States of America)
Jens Norheim Haavik November 9 1913 March 5 1993 Grave Crownsville Veterans Cemetery (Maryland, United States of America)

 

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