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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
John Nabring 1849 1933 New River Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Viola Nabring 1858 1933 New River Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Clay Nabring 0 0 Grave Jefferson Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
George Nabring 0 0 Grave Jefferson Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Orlando Nabring 1873 1938 Jefferson Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
John W Nabring October 15 1912 October 16 2006 Flint Memorial Park (Michigan, United States of America)
Alan John Nabring December 25 1950 April 5 2004 Grave Riverside Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Mary E. Nabring 1866 1943 Saint Paul Lutheran Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Loretta Albers 1908 November 1961 Grave Lutheran Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Walter Nabring February 21 1872 July 22 1889 Grave Huron Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Henry Nabring January 0 February 0 Grave Huron Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Thomas Edward Nabring February 4 1946 December 23 2007 Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Beulah Agnes Markin December 11 1890 July 22 1974 Grave Kellersville Methodist Church Cemetery (Pennsylvania, United States of America)
Richard Henry Thomas Nabring July 12 1853 July 2 1918 Grave Beech Grove Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Matilda Frances Nabring 1861 May 7 1935 Grave Beech Grove Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Richard O. Nabring November 22 1885 August 24 1948 Beech Grove Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Margaret F. Nabring 0 0 Beech Grove Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Emily W Nabring October 26 1895 Prairie Lea Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
Henry Nabring January 22 1820 February 11 1889 Prairie Lea Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
Virginia L. Lawrence December 31 1929 May 27 2012 Hester Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Maude S Nabring October 25 1889 August 29 1979 Saint Andrews Cemetery (Georgia, United States of America)
Edwin Louis Nabring 1941 1989 Grave Ashland Cemetery (Kentucky, United States of America)
Louise Nabring 0 1981 Saint Paul Lutheran Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)

 

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