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Gilbert J Fabrick
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Birth: Jul. 16, 1909
Minnesota, USA
Death: Oct. 15, 1992
Genesee County
Michigan, USA

In 1920 Gilbert (10 y) lived with his parents Joost P Fabrick (39 y) and Alberta (38 y) and his siblings Peter (14 y), Maggie (12 y), Anthony (6 y) and Dudley (3 y) in Gallatin County, in the southwestern part of Montana.

In 1930 he resided with his parents Joseph Fabrick, (49 y), Alberta (48 y) and his siblings Margaret (22 y), Anthony (16 y), Dudley (13 y) and John (10 y) at Thief River Falls, Pennington County, in the northwestern part of Minnesota.

On 23 April 1939 their son Richard Dean was born in Hubbard County, in the mid-northern part of Minnesota.

Surveyor Gilbert Fabrick (31 y) resided in 1940 with his wife Lillian (32 y) in a rented house at Walker, the seat of Cass County, in the mid-northern part of Minnesota. In 1935 he lived in that county at a rural place.

In 1954 they lived in Fenton, Genesee County, in the mid-eastern part of Michigan.

In 1970 Gilbert became widower of Lillian.

In 1992 he still resided ad Fenton, but he died in October of that year in Flint, the seat of Genesee County, not unlikely in its hospital.
Family links: 
  Joseph P. Fabrick (1880 - 1956)
  Alberta Boersma Fabrick (1881 - 1956)
  Lillian Helen Jokela Fabrick (1906 - 1970)*
  Peter Fabrick (1905 - 1935)*
  Gilbert J Fabrick (1909 - 1992)
*Calculated relationship
Oakwood Cemetery
Genesee County
Michigan, USA
Created by: Peter Hakze
Record added: Jan 12, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 103439785
Gilbert J Fabrick
Added by: Peter Hakze
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