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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Theresa Jean Raaberg October 6 1928 August 22 1964 Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery (California, United States of America)
Alf Raaberg May 16 1966 Vineland Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Clara Raaberg March 9 1963 Vineland Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Emil Raaberg Vineland Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Julius Raaberg April 24 1952 Vineland Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Laura Raaberg 1865 1951 Vineland Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Olga Raaberg Vineland Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Ernest Raaberg 0 1912 Vineland Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Fred Raaberg 0 0 Grave Fowler Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Nettie Raaberg 0 0 Grave Fowler Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Kenneth Raaberg 0 0 Grave Fowler Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Norma Raaberg 0 0 Grave Fowler Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Iona M. Raaberg 1922 1928 Grave Fowler Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Andrew J. Raaberg 1908 1917 Grave Fowler Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Mary J. Raaberg 1880 1960 Grave Fowler Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Eunice Pitman 0 March 1 2010 Grave Thompson Memorial Cemetery (Pennsylvania, United States of America)
Martin A Raaberg February 1 1856 June 1 1922 Tacoma Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Ernest Raaberg September 11 1891 September 18 1912 Vineland Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Alfred Valdemar Raaberg April 8 1899 October 13 1964 Grave Mountain View Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Orma Mae Raaberg 1898 December 15 1981 Grave Mountain View Cemetery (Colorado, United States of America)
Veranita J. Raaberg 1900 1978 Fairhaven Memorial Park (California, United States of America)
Arthur L. Raaberg 1900 1983 Fairhaven Memorial Park (California, United States of America)

 

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