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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Alfred Paakkanen April 2 1921 October 24 1945 Person,Grave Fort Richardson National Cemetery (Alaska, United States of America)
Jouko Olavi Paakkanen 1920 1990 Grave Needles Riverview Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Infant Girls Paakkanen 0 June 13 1947 Grave Catfish Creek Baptist Church Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
Ronald Lee Paakkanen June 18 1949 July 1 1972 Grave Catfish Creek Baptist Church Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
Mildred Paakkanen 1921 October 13 2009 Grave Catfish Creek Baptist Church Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
Toivo O. Paakkanen September 18 1921 March 17 1972 Grave Catfish Creek Baptist Church Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
Helli Sinerkorpi April 1 1915 May 8 1999 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Juho Paakkanen December 21 1874 November 30 1944 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Sulo GUNNAR Paakkanen January 31 1911 December 9 1987 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Ida Sofia Paakkanen May 29 1883 July 8 1949 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Martta SIVIÄ Paakkanen December 5 1911 October 16 1996 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Irja Ilona Paakkanen October 25 1914 July 17 2001 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Seija Marjatta Paakkanen February 28 1945 November 20 1953 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Kaarlo Olavi Paakkanen December 4 1913 September 23 1995 Grave Ahvenisto Cemetery (Tavastia Proper, Finland)
Maat Paakkanen 0 1925 Grave Bassett Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Aino Paakkanen 0 1950 Grave Bassett Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Tauno Paakkanen November 1 1912 January 3 1990 Grave Bassett Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Wiljo Matias Paakkanen April 10 1911 August 25 1981 Grave Bassett Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)

 

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