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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Mary Diane Kay October 20 1945 March 20 2007 Grave Payne Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Bridget Brick 1838 January 24 1886 Grave Evergreen Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Mary Edith O'Neill December 13 1831 August 2 1932 Galway Cemetery (Ontario, Canada)
Gregory T O'Brick July 22 1953 November 9 2011 Person Saint Patricks Catholic Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Catherine Brick September 27 1870 April 22 1955 Grave Saint Mary Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Ronald B. O'Brick August 29 1943 September 10 2002 Saint Hedwig Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Kathleen V O'Brien 1899 1978 Grave Saint Mary Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Anna L. Brick 1886 January 7 1974 Grave Sacred Heart Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Joseph O'Brick 1946 March 2 2013 Person Oakland Cemetery (Pennsylvania, United States of America)
Ellen O'Neill 1874 1964 Saint Luke's Roman Catholic Cemetery (Ontario, Canada)


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