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Results 1 - 14 of 14 for Sabad

Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Louis J Sabad 0 March 22 1944 Mobile National Cemetery (Alabama, United States of America)
Louis Sabad 0 April 30 1927 Anshe Emeth Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Roderick Sabad 0 1940 Grave Bixby Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Elizabeth Woodward 1915 1959 Riverside Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Frank S. Sabad January 1 1923 August 19 2001 Grave Visitation Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Katherine C. Sabad April 25 1924 May 28 2011 Person Visitation Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
James J. Sabad 1928 1988 Grave Visitation Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Ruth A. Sabad June 4 1929 April 24 1996 Grave Visitation Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
George Sabad November 30 1893 November 18 1968 Grave Visitation Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Rose Sabad 1898 1968 Grave Visitation Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Alex M. Sabad June 25 1932 February 17 2012 Person Visitation Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Charles Sabad February 1972 Gate of Heaven Cemetery (New Jersey, United States of America)
Rose K Page February 20 1919 October 20 1974 Grave Visitation Cemetery (New York, United States of America)
Alex Sabad January 9 1921 November 13 2012 Person Calvary Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)

 

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