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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Julia T Raas January 22 1966 February 8 1975 Long Island National Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
George Matthias Raas July 16 1909 March 27 1985 Grave Fort Snelling National Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Louise Glanville 1890 1979 Grave Maryrest Cemetery (New Jersey, United States of America)
Samuel Raas July 9 1869 September 17 1887 Grave Jewish Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Margaret Burkhardt November 13 1851 October 12 1899 Grave Old City Cemetery (Florida, United States of America)
Ashley E. Raas May 23 1936 January 28 1975 Grave Maple Hill Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Blanche L. Raas July 11 1873 February 19 1940 Grave Hebrew Rest Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Isaac Raas December 24 1868 April 30 1949 Grave Hebrew Rest Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Rosalie Rothbach March 11 1839 April 3 1916 Grave Hebrew Rest Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Mohamoud Elmi Raas Somalian Conflict, Missing-Presumed Dead (Banaadir, Somalia)
Edward C Raas 1895 1949 Grave Lincoln Memorial Park (Oregon, United States of America)
Richard Raas November 11 1914 Grave Menen German Military Cemetery (West Flanders (West-Vlaanderen), Belgium)
Christiana Raas 1885 Mount Hope Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
William Raas 1891 Mount Hope Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Adam Raas July 30 1833 August 19 1858 Hampstedt Cemetery (South Carolina, United States of America)
Paul Gustave Raas October 7 1915 Aubigny Communal Cemetery Extension (Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France)
Jean Raas 1804 1901 Grave Edgewater Cemetery (New Jersey, United States of America)
John Raas November 1 1854 July 21 1923 Grave Waterville Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Barbara Sauvageot August 28 1838 January 26 1903 Mount Calvary Cemetery (West Virginia, United States of America)
Julia Reims March 24 1859 July 23 1925 Grave Orange Grove Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Isaac Raas March 19 1825 May 3 1902 Hebrew Rest Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Sara Raas January 11 1822 September 26 1899 Hebrew Rest Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Jenny Raas 0 November 28 1868 Hebrew Rest Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Samuel Raas 0 November 28 1868 Hebrew Rest Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
Pauline Kaufman March 27 1857 June 22 1929 Grave Orange Grove Cemetery (Louisiana, United States of America)
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