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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Lester R Naatus November 27 1930 November 28 1994 Willamette National Cemetery (Oregon, United States of America)
Vivian May Naatus April 30 1917 October 29 1989 Grave Mount Hope Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Hilja Naatus March 23 1907 January 8 1997 Grave South Lead Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Irene Naatus March 3 1909 January 21 1934 Grave South Lead Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Mary Louise Naatus July 10 1882 May 2 1977 Grave South Lead Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Vienna Naatus February 17 1904 March 25 1933 Grave South Lead Cemetery (South Dakota, United States of America)
Andrew D Naatus March 24 1892 September 25 1967 Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Cypress) (California, United States of America)
Norbert William Naatus April 19 2003 Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Cypress) (California, United States of America)


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