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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Josef Vachulka December 26 1837 January 27 1900 Grave Saint Adalbert Catholic Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Katerina Vachulka February 28 1848 May 5 1924 Grave Saint Adalbert Catholic Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Ann V, Kerilla May 9 1926 March 3 2009 Calvary Cemetery (Pennsylvania, United States of America)
Rose Thuran June 16 1889 August 28 1938 Grave Harvard Grove Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Joseph Victor Vachulka January 7 1877 April 18 1946 Grave Woodlawn Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Mae A. Vachulka August 1886 December 1964 Grave Woodlawn Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Rose B. Sladek 0 September 1959 Saint Adalbert Catholic Cemetery (Illinois, United States of America)
Eugenia Vachulka October 13 1916 December 5 2010 Woodlawn Cemetery (Michigan, United States of America)
Infant Girl Vachulka July 4 1930 Highland Park Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Anna Vachulka 0 June 1 1951 Highland Park Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Anna Vachulka 0 October 15 1955 Highland Park Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Frank Vachulka April 24 1951 Highland Park Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
James Vachulka November 17 1948 Highland Park Cemetery (Ohio, United States of America)
Karel Vachulka May 29 1902 Dachau KZ (Bavaria (Bayern), Germany)

 

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