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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Joseph R Rabal September 30 1914 May 10 1982 Calverton National Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Francisco Rabal March 8 1926 August 29 2001 Person,Grave Cementerio de Ɓguilas (Murcia, Spain)
Husain Rabal December 16 1942 Bombay Chittagong 1939-1945 War Memorials (Maharashtra, India)
Lena Rabal June 1905 Calvary Cemetery and Mausoleum (Missouri, United States of America)
J. B. Rabal July 1 1924 August 20 2010 Grave Oakland Memorial Park (Texas, United States of America)
John Rabal 1911 1989 Grave Hillcrest Memorial Gardens (Florida, United States of America)
Mary P. Rabal 1914 1989 Grave Hillcrest Memorial Gardens (Florida, United States of America)
Mary Patow February 3 1921 November 10 1988 Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Hollywood Hills) (California, United States of America)
Anna S Mahler 1893 1943 Grave Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Josef Rabal 1866 1950 Grave Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Ellida Rabal 1870 1945 Grave Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery (Minnesota, United States of America)
Isador Rabal December 21 1915 Mount Judah Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Anita Breidenbaugh 1924 June 25 1954 Haysville Community Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)


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