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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Saml Wachsmith 0 0 Leavenworth National Cemetery (Kansas, United States of America)
August Wachsmith February 13 1922 Tahoma Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
August Julius Wachsmith February 1844 February 13 1922 Grave Tahoma Cemetery (Washington, United States of America)
Richard Frederick Wachsmith June 30 1877 November 12 1961 Grave Terrace Heights Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Livia Caroline Wachsmith July 31 1889 September 27 1972 Grave Terrace Heights Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Richard Alon Wachsmith August 3 1917 November 6 2006 Grave Terrace Heights Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Ruth E Wachsmith May 19 1916 October 18 2001 Grave Terrace Heights Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Helen Maybra Frankenfield May 18 1916 May 19 2001 West Hills Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Livia Alice Wachsmith November 28 1918 October 2 1994 Grave Terrace Heights Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Freda Mae Mitchell November 22 1909 August 11 1994 Grave Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Margaret Louise Wachsmith September 11 1925 August 14 1956 Grave Terrace Heights Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Le Roy Wachsmith Rainboth June 16 1912 December 3 1940 Grave Evergreen Washelli Memorial Park (Washington, United States of America)
Clara A Wachsmith 1877 1907 Grave Saint Johns Reformed Church Cemetery (Pennsylvania, United States of America)
Ludwig Wachsmith November 13 1841 March 10 1884 Grave Zion Lutheran Cemetery (Indiana, United States of America)
Arthur Wachsmith 0 December 1904 Greendale Cemetery (Pennsylvania, United States of America)
Mary B. Wachsmith February 7 1914 March 13 2002 Springwater Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Raymond J. Wachsmith February 24 1916 April 3 1996 Springwater Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)

 

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