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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Billy Roy O'Pry February 19 1950 August 22 1996 Grave Houston National Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
Mary Rosaline O'Pry January 2 1851 May 31 1895 Grave Grange Hall Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
Ambers O'Pry September 30 1905 July 3 1942 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cemetery #01 Old (Louisiana, United States of America)
Bennett O'Pry March 16 1890 November 14 1959 Grave Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cemetery #01 Old (Louisiana, United States of America)
Charley O'Pry 1893 1985 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cemetery #01 Old (Louisiana, United States of America)
Infant O'Pry 0 0 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cemetery #01 Old (Louisiana, United States of America)
Laura L. O'Pry September 18 1887 January 24 1968 Grave Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cemetery #01 Old (Louisiana, United States of America)
Louis O'Pry February 3 1903 February 27 1979 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cemetery #01 Old (Louisiana, United States of America)
Marie Joselia O'Pry 1850 1938 Grave Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cemetery #01 Old (Louisiana, United States of America)
Charley (Mrs.) O'Pry 1898 1942 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cemetery #01 Old (Louisiana, United States of America)
Sidney O'Pry September 21 1914 March 4 1952 Grave Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cemetery #01 Old (Louisiana, United States of America)
Ambrose O'Pry July 24 1953 December 3 1979 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church Cemetery (New) (Louisiana, United States of America)
Anna D. O'Pry August 4 1894 September 18 1975 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church Cemetery (New) (Louisiana, United States of America)
Darnell S. O'Pry November 4 1934 June 10 1974 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church Cemetery (New) (Louisiana, United States of America)
Paul U.L. O'Pry September 24 1926 October 29 1984 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church Cemetery (New) (Louisiana, United States of America)
Rufus O'Pry October 6 1913 December 24 1982 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church Cemetery (New) (Louisiana, United States of America)
H.J. O'Pry 0 0 United Methodist Church Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
John Luther O'Pry January 7 1939 September 5 1999 Grave Boardtree Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
Oreline O'Pry October 5 1912 December 19 1992 Woodlawn Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Infant O'Pry May 1 1973 May 1 1973 Grave Stoney Point Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
Julius Edward O'Pry August 5 1921 April 11 1966 Grave Cleveland City Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
James O'Pry September 14 1821 November 2 1867 Grave Old Pleasant Hill Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Nancy Elizabeth O'Pry August 4 1827 January 18 1909 Grave Old Pleasant Hill Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Henry O'Pry June 20 1856 October 10 1910 Grave Old Pleasant Hill Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Willie J O'Pry 0 November 6 1891 Grave Union Springs Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
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