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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Robert H Jablonka June 26 1935 February 28 1988 Golden Gate National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Jan J. Jablonka 1904 1987 Grave Calvary Cemetery (Pennsylvania, United States of America)
Stefania Jablonka 1908 1982 Grave Calvary Cemetery (Pennsylvania, United States of America)
Dorothy Sypniewski 0 April 27 2007 Holy Cross Cemetery (New Jersey, United States of America)
Donna Freda Jablonka March 24 1943 December 30 1999 Forest Park Cemetery West (Louisiana, United States of America)
George Jablonka August 1 1922 October 26 1984 Grave Young Israel Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Helen V. Jablonka February 16 1920 June 3 2005 Saint Marys Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Czeslaw Jablonka 1940 Katyn Forest Massacre Site (1940) (Smolenskaya Oblast', Belarus)
Etla Jablonka 1894 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Nusym Jablonka 1897 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Rose Jablonka 1901 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Wolf Jablonka 1904 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Bonuch Jablonka 1907 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Arthur Jablonka 1918 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Massa Jablonka 1924 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Sara Jablonka 1926 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Abraham Jablonka 1929 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Blance Jablonka 1932 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Rachel Jablonka 1933 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Paul Jablonka 1934 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Leon Jablonka 1936 1942 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Idesa Jablonka 1914 1943 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Idessa Jablonka 1906 1943 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Jankiel Jablonka 1895 1943 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
Mates Jablonka 1909 1943 Grave Shoah Memorial (Ile-de-France, France)
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