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Tražilica pokojnika gradskih groblja grada Zagreba

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89 - I -10 Habunek Vladimir (10.10.1906, Zagreb – 23.7.1994, Predlitz-Turrach, Austria); theatre director
89 - I - 10 Habunek Vladimir (10.10.1906, Zagreb – 23.7.1994, Zagreb); theatre director
4.V.PAV. -STAN-24 Hadrović Josip (7.1.1856, Zagreb – 6.1.1927, Zagreb); canon of Zagreb and archdeacon of Kalnik
Ž 13 -I -13 Hahn Željko (19.1.1876, Vukovar – 21.1.1941, Zagreb); physician
106 - II -564 Hajnšek Franjo (23.11.1924, Zagreb – 31.1.1989, Zagreb); neuropsychiatrist
128 -I -1/1 Hamm Josip (3.12.1905, Gat near Valpovo – 23.11.1986, Vienna); linguist
33 - II/I - 27 Hanaman Franjo (30.6.1878, Drenovci – 21.1.1941, Zagreb); chemical engineer and inventor
83 A - II -24 Hanžeković Fedor (9.1.1913, Bijeljina, Bosnia and Herzegovina – 18.8.1997, Zagreb); film director and scenographer
100  - I - 18 Hanžeković Marijan (15.4.1915, Požega – 22.9.1993, Zagreb); economist, financial expert and writer
76A - II/I  -34 Hartman Stjepan (19.11.1845, Osijek – 24.10.1908, Zagreb); religious pedagogue and opinion journalist
ARK.MAL.-17 Hatz Pavao (15.2.1822, Zagreb – 28.5.1873, Zagreb); businessman
51 -II/I-191 Hauptmann Ljudmil (5.2.1884, Graz, Austria – 19.4.1968, Zagreb); historian
47 - II/I -20 Heferer Mihael (4.8.1825, Graz, Austria – 23.5.1887, Zagreb); organ builder
KAPELA -STAN. -16 Hefler Ferdo (26.4.1869, Karlovac – 14.9.1940, Zagreb); catholic pedagogue
GI  12- II -38 Hegedušić Željko (22.7.1906, Tuzla – 9.4.2004, Zagreb); painter
45 A - I - 62 Heinz Antun (15.2.1861, Zagreb – 21.1.1919, Zagreb); botanist, bacteriologist, founder of Zagreb Botanical Garden
KAPELA - STAN -319 Heinzel Vjekoslav (27.8.1871, Zagreb – 1.3.1934, Zagreb); architect, mayor of Zagreb and president of the Chamber of Trade and Commerce
EVG 1 -II/I -65 Hergešić Ivo (23.7.1904, Zagreb – 29.12.1977, Zagreb); writer, theatrologist, translator
Ž  -ARK.VEL.-5 Herman Oskar (17.3.1886, Zagreb – 18.1.1974, Zagreb); painter
5 - KAZ-  198 Hetrich Ivan (25.10.1925, Vinkovci – 5.4.1999, Stubičke Toplice); film director and journalist
12 - II/I- 58/6 Hinković Hinko (11.9.1854, Vinica – 3.9.1929, Zagreb); politician, jurist and opinion journalist
30 A -II/I -26 Hirtz Dragutin (6.4.1853, Zagreb – 1.5.1921, Zagreb); natural scientist and opinion journalist
GI 5 -II/I -108 Hirtz Miroslav (27.6.1878, Bakar – 13.11.1944, Zagreb); zoologist, poet and travel writer
33 - i - 88 Hitrec Ivan (13.4.1911, Zagreb – 11.10.1946, Zagreb); football player
Ž pol.ark. -12/2 Hoenigsberg Leo (1861, Zagreb – 2.5.1911, Zagreb); architect
90 -I -151 Hoffiller Viktor (19.2.1877, Vinkovci – 17.1.1954, Zagreb); archaeologist
NA 88.POLJU - KAP -1 Holjac Janko (17.12.1865, Zagreb – 28.7.1939, Zagreb); architect and mayor of Zagreb
NA 88.POLJU - KAP -1 Holjevac Većeslav (22.8.1917, Karlovac – 11.7.1970, Zagreb); politician, mayor of Zagreb
42 - II/I -5 Horvat Aleksandar (6.12.1875, Sutinske Toplice – 8.5.1928, Zagreb); politician
103 - II -194 Horvat Anđela (18.3.1911, Krašić – 26.9.1985, Zagreb); art historian and conservator-restorer
14A -I -34 Horvat Ivo (7.10.1897, Čazma – 23.4.1963, Zagreb); botanist
91 - I -147 Horvat Josip (15.1.1896, Čepin – 6.10.1968, Zagreb); journalist, historian, translator
65 - II/I -11 Horvat Marijan (10.1.1903, Zagreb – 24.7.1967, Zagreb); jurist and legal history writer
47 A -II/I -7 Horvat Rudolf (14.3.1873, Koprivnica – 25.5.1947, Zagreb); historian and politician
5 -I -25 Horvatić Dubravko (9.12.1939, Zagreb -  20.5.2004, Zagreb), writer
7A - I - 57 Hranilović Hinko (14.6.1860, Zagreb – 15.4.1922, Zagreb); geographer
42A - II/I -81 Hraste Mate (25.1.1897, Brusje on the island of Hvar – 29.11.1970, Zagreb); dialectologist and grammarian
4.V.PAV. -STAN. - 49 Hren Dragutin (19.3.1895, Zagreb – 7.4.1972, Zagreb); canon, custodian and religious writer
51 - II/I -30 Hrvoj Dragutin (8.1.1875, Prilipje near Jastrebarsko – 14.10.1941, Zagreb); politician and lawyer
EVG 1-I-13 Huhn Julio (1830. Gera, Saxony – 1.10.1896, Zagreb); lithographer and photographer
5 -I -38 Huml Vaclav (18.9.1880, Beroun, Czech Republic – 6.1.1953, Zagreb); violinist and pedagogue