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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
John J. Kabanuck 1872 1956 First Baptist (Russian) Cemetery (Max) (North Dakota, United States of America)
Anna Kabanuck 1875 1962 First Baptist (Russian) Cemetery (Max) (North Dakota, United States of America)
Jack Kabanuck July 1 1901 1927 First Baptist (Russian) Cemetery (Max) (North Dakota, United States of America)
Charles W. Kabanuck August 4 1918 April 16 1989 Grave Zion Lutheran Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
Esther M. Kabanuck January 28 1924 November 30 2006 Grave Zion Lutheran Cemetery (North Dakota, United States of America)
John Kabanuck November 22 1915 April 11 1990 First Baptist (Russian) Cemetery (Max) (North Dakota, United States of America)
Lucinda A Kabanuck October 7 1920 May 28 2010 First Baptist (Russian) Cemetery (Max) (North Dakota, United States of America)
Jessie H. Kabanuck September 27 1925 May 2 2010 Grave Sunset Memorial Gardens (North Dakota, United States of America)
Nick T Kabanuck 1911 December 14 2001 Grave Sunset Memorial Gardens (North Dakota, United States of America)
Teresa Kabanuck 1887 1989 Grave Sunset Memorial Gardens (North Dakota, United States of America)
Thomas Kabanuck 1882 1965 Grave Sunset Memorial Gardens (North Dakota, United States of America)
Cecilia R Kabanuck September 14 1916 April 6 1997 Sunset Memorial Gardens (North Dakota, United States of America)
Paul N Kabanuck May 7 1916 April 25 1990 Sunset Memorial Gardens (North Dakota, United States of America)

 

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