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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Veronica Claire Thompson 0 March 25 2004 Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery (Ontario, Canada)
Joseph Jablonicky 1897 1954 Grave Saint Agnes Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Joseph Jablonicky 1867 1957 Grave Saint Agnes Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Mary C Jablonicky 1876 1941 Grave Saint Agnes Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Marion Jablonicky 1902 1996 Grave Saint Agnes Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Lillian F Jablonicky 1911 2000 Grave Saint Agnes Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Adam Jablonicky 1928 November 5 1928 Holy Name Cemetery (New Jersey, United States of America)
Joseph Jablonicky 1925 February 21 1927 Holy Name Cemetery (New Jersey, United States of America)
Mary Jablonicky 1915 March 9 1916 Holy Name Cemetery (New Jersey, United States of America)
Helena Jablonicky 1858 1922 Grave Saint Marys Cemetery (Pennsylvania, United States of America)
Pearl Jablonicky November 30 1927 May 9 1995 Trinity Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Joseph Jablonicky June 1 1962 Mona View Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Joseph Jablonicky April 25 1977 Mona View Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Joseph A Jablonicky 0 May 20 1945 Our Lady of Sorrows Slovak Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Joseph G Jablonicky 0 1972 Our Lady of Sorrows Slovak Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Louise Jablonicky 0 1975 Our Lady of Sorrows Slovak Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Pavol Jablonicky January 15 1926 November 30 1991 Grave St Lauren Church Cemetery (Bratislavsky, Slovakia)
Anna Jablonicky March 10 1928 0 Grave St Lauren Church Cemetery (Bratislavsky, Slovakia)
Martin Jablonicky 0 0 Grave St Lauren Church Cemetery (Bratislavsky, Slovakia)
Helena Jablonicky 0 0 Grave St Lauren Church Cemetery (Bratislavsky, Slovakia)

 

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