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Amorosi, Francis "frank"

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Awajan, Mary "kathi"

Bean, Debra

Bell, James

Berard, George

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Birdzell, Dorothy

Birdzell, Madelyn

Booth Sr., Russell

Branson, Herman

Brewster, Clare

Brown, Clifton

Bruce Jr., Preston

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Casazza, John "jack"

Casey, William M. "bill"

Cash, James

Clark, Rebecca

Cohen, Diane

Cullen, Austin

Cumonow  , Shirley

Cunningham, Gerry

Dahlberg, Edward

Demesme Jr., Roy J.

Dickerson, Gerthyl

Driscoll Jr., James

Dulacki, Leo

Durant, Jean

Eichman, Thelma

Epstein, Barbara

Finley, Angela

Fish, James

Frager, Donna

Fritz, Karen

Fullerton, Betty

Garland, Natalie

Gigax, William

Golway, Marjorie

Hanex, Eileen "moo"

Harmon, William

Harrington, Elizabeth

Harrison, Ethelreda

Helmick, Zwanda

Henson Jr., Edwin

Howell, Laverne Ann

Humphrey, Susanne

Hustvedt, Jane

Johnson, Nancy

Jones, Annette

King, Anne

Krim, Mathilde

Lehmuller, John

Lugo, Vongell

Lukic, James

Manca, Shelisha "cece"

May, John And Mercia

Mazia, Deborah

McCauley Jr., James

McCordic, Elizabeth

McGoldrick, Helen

McLean, Woodie

Merritt Sr., Bernard

Meyer, Eric

Miller, John

Miller, John

Miller, K. Bruce

Monroe, Margaret

Moss, Victoria

Murphy, Ronald

Ninomiya, Hannelore

Nutt, William

Olivera, Maria

Owen, Anne

Parker, William

Payne Jr., Rosser

Powers, Betty

Prather, Patricia

Preston Sr., William

Quinn, Matthew

Rhines, Rod

Rivera, Nelson

Rosenfield, Rita

Sager, William

Sembly, Kenneth

Slotkin, Jay E.

Smith, Raymond

Smith, Raymond "red"

Snell, Albert

Snipes, Pamela

Spaulding, Ellen

Spriggs, Iris

Stewart, Martha

Tatspaugh, Elizabeth

Wallace, Joan "joni"

Walleigh, Florence "bick"

Ward, Sylvester

Ward, Tonisa

Watson Jr., Bernard "nip"

Watson, Robert

Wilson, Thomas

Winters, Ronald

Yeonas, Thelma

Zorn, Rose

Alcorn Sr., Everett R.

Allen, Laurence

Amorosi, Francis "frank"

Anzalone, Clare

Ault, Alfred

Awajan, Mary "kathi"

Barney, Delma

Bean, Debra

Bell, James

Berard, George

Berschling, Chester

Birdzell, Dorothy

Birdzell, Madelyn

Booth Sr., Russell

Bowman, Charles E.

Bradbury, Eric

Branson, Herman

Brewster, Clare

Brodeur, Richard J.

Brown, Clifton

Brown, Harold

Bruce, Armentha

Bruce Jr., Preston

Buford, David

Burnett, Donna

Butler, Delores

Buxton, Thomas

Byrd, Charles

Caldwell, Joyce

Calhoun, Elizabeth Malia

Casazza, John "jack"

Casey, William M. "bill"

Cash, James

Chaconas, Theodore

Chambers, Betty

Clark, Rebecca

Clarke, Wyndham

Cohen, Diane

Cooney Jr., James "jim"

Cullen, Austin

Cumonow  , Shirley

Cunningham, Gerry

Currie, Rev. Charles L.

Dahlberg, Edward

Davis Sr., Warren

Demello, Dean

Demesme Jr., Roy J.

Dickerson, Gerthyl

Driscoll Jr., James

Dufour, R. Damian

Dulacki, Leo

Durant, Jean

Eichman, Thelma

Epperson, Audrey

Epstein, Barbara

Finley, Angela

Fish, James

Flax, Beverly

Frager, Donna

Fritz, Karen

Fullerton, Betty

Garland, Natalie

Geralis, James

Gibson, Karen

Gigax, William

Giovanni, Margaret

Gleeson, Francis

Goings, Sharon

Golway, Marjorie

Gordon, Lillian

Greenfield, Richard

Gregg Jr., James "robby"

Grigsby, Lena

Grimeshunt, Margaret

Grolig, Jane Frances

Hanex, Eileen "moo"

Harden, Beverly

Harmon, William

Harrington, Elizabeth

Harrison, Ethelreda

Harvin, Jeroline

Hayman, Edith

Helmick, Zwanda

Henson Jr., Edwin

Hooper, Charles

Hopke, Joan

Horton, Bessie

Horton, Julia

Howard, Gloria

Howell, Gareth

Howell, Laverne Ann

Humphrey, Susanne

Hustvedt, Jane

Jackson, Margaret

James, Harvey W.

James, Karen (burns)

Jefferson, Deacon Ira Ray

Jefferson, Sharon

Johnson, Nancy

Jones, Annette

Kawamoto, Yukio

Kennedy, Howard

King, Anne

Kinslow, Lewis

Krim, Mathilde

Lambright, Johnny

Lawton, Virginia

Laytham, John

Lee, Doris

Lehmuller, John

Lewis, Dwayne

Lindsey Jr., Jerome

Lugo, Vongell

Lukens, Alan

Lukic, James

Maloney, Doris

Manca, Shelisha "cece"

May, John And Mercia

Mazia, Deborah

McCauley Jr., James

McCordic, Elizabeth

McGoldrick, Helen

McLean, Woodie

Merritt Sr., Bernard

Meyer, Eric

Miller, Charles

Miller, John

Miller, John

Miller, K. Bruce

Moffatt, James "curt"

Monro, Elizabeth

Monroe, Margaret

Montgomery Ii, Louis

Montie, Irene

Moss, Victoria

Murphy, Ronald

Naddeo, Nathan

Nelson-Douglas, Sheila

Nickel, Ronald "ron"

Ninomiya, Hannelore

Nutt, William

Oliver, Margaret

Olivera, Maria

Owen, Anne

Owens, Kathleen

Parker, William

Parris, Charles

Payne Jr., Rosser

Pettway, John

Pippins, Leonor "lee"

Powers, Betty

Prather, Patricia

Preston Sr., William

Prince, Elias

Proctor, Agnes

Quinn, Matthew

Rapert, Margaret "peggy"

Rhines, Rod

Rhoads Jr., John William

Richmond Sr., Donald

Ricketts, Dorothy E.

Rivera, Nelson

Robinson, Frances

Rosenfield, Rita

Ruen, David

Russell, Gary

Sager, William

Savoy, Lillian

Schoen, David

Sembly, Kenneth

Skantze, Lawrence

Slotkin, Jay E.

Smith, Raymond

Smith, Raymond "red"

Snell, Albert

Snipes, Pamela

Spaulding, Ellen

Spriggs, Iris

Stephens, John

Steverson-Green, Frances

Stewart, Martha

Tatspaugh, Elizabeth

Thompson, Margaret

Thorne, Mary "tillie"

Troy, Elizabeth

Turner, Carrie

Turner, Jeffrey "jeff Love"

Ulanow, Blanche

Vargofcak, Diana

Wagner, Alice "teddy"

Wallace, Joan "joni"

Walleigh, Florence "bick"

Ward, Julia

Ward, Patricia

Ward, Sylvester

Ward, Tonisa

Washington, Tommie

Watson Jr., Bernard "nip"

Watson, Robert

Wells, Shirley

Werner, Stephan

Whalen, Emily

Williams, Velma

Wilson, Thomas

Winters, Ronald

Yeonas, Thelma

Zorn, Rose

 
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