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Calverton National Cemetery
Calverton, Suffolk County, New York

GPS: 40.924145, -72.816066

210 Princeton Blvd
Calverton NY 11933

Published: July 21, 2016
Total records: 237,037

Surnames X

Records published here were acquired from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. These includes burials up through April 29, 2013.

Xanthos, James
, b. 04/06/1923, d. 11/29/2011, Section 33, Site 2420, US ARMY, PFC, WORLD WAR II
Xefos, Josephine A, b. 06/26/1924, d. 04/04/1984, Section 10, Site 8465, Wife of Peter T Xefos, US NAVY, S2, WORLD WAR II
Xefos, Peter Tyky, b. 09/01/1924, d. 11/21/2005, Section 10, Site 8466, US NAVY, S2, WORLD WAR II
Xenos, Angelo, b. 07/10/1920, d. 05/25/2010, Section 34, Site 4621, US NAVY, RM3, WORLD WAR II
Xenos, Dennis, b. 01/20/1916, d. 05/30/1991, Section 69, Site 2598, US ARMY, TEC 3, WORLD WAR II
Xepolitos, Anna, b. 02/16/1925, d. 01/29/2006, Section 42, Site 1649, Wife of Louis Xepolitos, US ARMY, SGT, WORLD WAR II
Xepolitos, Louis, b. 05/08/1921, d. 03/14/2000, Section 42, Site 1649, US ARMY, SGT, WORLD WAR II
Xerri, Benjamin J, b. 07/12/1918, d. 02/19/1984, Section 16, Site 2853, US ARMY, TEC 5, WORLD WAR II
Xideas, George, b. 02/26/1915, d. 10/02/1989, Section 72, Site 1673, US ARMY, TEC 4, WORLD WAR II
Xippolitos, George, b. 07/04/1921, d. 08/16/2006, Section 29, Site 1063, US MARINE CORPS, PFC, WORLD WAR II
Xiques, Edward F, b. 05/18/1910, d. 09/03/1992, Section E/A, Site 526, US ARMY, CAPT, WORLD WAR II
Xiques, Helen Macfarlane, b. 09/06/1915, d. 05/10/1998, Section E/A, Site 526, Wife of Edward F Xiques, US ARMY, CAPT, WORLD WAR II
Xydias, Marc Anthony, b. 08/26/1979, d. 08/26/1979, Section 4, Site 3691, Son (minor child) of Richard Alan Xydias, US ARMY, SP5, VIETNAM

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