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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Joseph Frank Kabal July 9 1889 January 19 1960 Golden Gate National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Singh Kabal January 1 1942 Rangoon Memorial (Yangon, Burma)
Singh Kabal August 3 1944 Rangoon Memorial (Yangon, Burma)
Khan Kabal December 21 1944 Delhi / Karachi 1939-1945 Memorial (Delhi Capital Territory, India)
Sing Rai Kabal April 24 1944 Delhi / Karachi 1939-1945 Memorial (Delhi Capital Territory, India)
Singh Kabal August 15 1943 Delhi / Karachi 1939-1945 Memorial (Delhi Capital Territory, India)
Zar Kabal December 29 1944 Kohima War Cemetery (Nagaland, India)
Singh Kabal May 7 1944 Forli Cremation Memorial (Emilia-Romagna, Italy)
Kabal Singh 0 September 3 1939 Singapore Memorial (North, Singapore)
Kabal Singh 0 December 23 1943 Taukkyan Cremation Memorial (Yangon, Burma)
Sylvia Viola Denniston 1875 November 11 1976 Grave Jersey Shore Cemetery (Pennsylvania, United States of America)


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