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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Lucille D. Sabaj December 5 1908 July 3 1981 Grave Saint Marys Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Randall D. Sabaj August 12 1984 October 26 2002 Grave Mount Pleasant Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Edward J. Sabaj October 8 1920 April 17 2009 Saint Joseph Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Robert D Sabaj September 13 1947 April 10 2006 Grave Resurrection Cemetery and Mausoleum (Kansas, United States of America)
Helen V. Czajkowski July 31 1916 January 1994 Saint Joseph Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Teckla Sabaj January 25 1922 September 29 2004 Saint Joseph Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Lottie M Tomaszewski June 14 1912 December 23 2005 Highland Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Stella M. Sabaj June 18 1913 January 31 2002 Saint Stanislaus Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Mary Anna Saboy(Sabaj) December 1 1858 June 22 1931 Grave Saint Stanislaus Cemetery (Maryland, United States of America)
Anna Sabaj 1845 January 27 1915 Grave Saint Stanislaus Cemetery (Maryland, United States of America)
Vitek Sabaj June 26 1910 January 28 1911 Calvary Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Mary Anna Sabaj December 1 1858 June 22 1931 Grave Saint Stanislaus Cemetery (Maryland, United States of America)
Theodore B Sabaj 0 August 1966 Saint Adalbert Catholic Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Jean D. Rutkowski July 29 1924 September 27 1999 Grave Saint Joseph Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Marie J Kurpias February 26 1916 April 26 2007 Grave Tyler Memorial Park and Cemetery (Texas, United States of America)
Elsie Hoin Sabaj March 17 1909 May 15 2004 Grave Florida Hills Memorial Gardens (Florida, United States of America)
Stanley Sabaj March 15 1916 December 26 1990 Grave Florida Hills Memorial Gardens (Florida, United States of America)
Rose Sabaj 0 0 Saint Josephs Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)
Charles Sabaj 0 0 Saint Josephs Cemetery (Massachusetts, United States of America)

 

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