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AUS- Army of the United States

BNR-Body Not Recovered

BR-Body Recovered

DOW- Died of Wounds

DSC-Distinguished Service Cross (54 recipients)

KIA-Killed in Action

MIA-Missing in Action

POW-Prisoner of War

PA Philippine Army, part of the United States.Armed Forces

PS-Philippine Scout, part of the United States Armed Forces

SWA-Seriously wounded in action by missile

USAFFE United States Armed Forces of the Far East; organized 12/1941 commanded by Gen Douglas MacArthur beginning 7/26/1941

WAS- Women’s Auxiliary Service

 

 

Units established in the United States -1st Filipino Inf Bn, 1st Filipino Inf Regt (“Laging Una”), 2nd Filipino Inf Bn, 2nd Filipino Inf Regt, 5217 Recon Bn, 5218th Recon Co and 978th Signal Service Co

Ist Recon Bn (“Come What May”)

 

 

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Telesforo Mabag Cpl Army MIA Casualty 4/6/1942

 

Fernando Mabaga Pfc Army MIA Casualty 5/31/1942

 

Ernesto Tirona“Ernie” Mabalon born 8/7/1924; died 4/6/2005; buried San Joaquin Catholic Cemetery, guerrilla  USAFFE; 6th Military District, 2nd Battalion, 66th Infantry, E Company.

 

Benito Mabanag Pfc Army MIA Casualty 6/27/1942

 

Quinciano Mabanglo Pvt Army MIA Casualty 3/31/1946

 

Carlos Mabanta Pvt Army MIA Casualty 5/24/1942

 

Moro Mabay Pfc Army MIA Casualty 9/2/1945

 

Inigo B. Mabilangan Pvt Army MIA Casualty 1/12/1942

 

Gerbacio Mabine Army MIA Casualty 6/16/1942

 

Octavius Mabine Navy Casualty MIA 12/7/1941 Matt1; U.S.S. Oklahoma Pearl Harbor

 

Victoriano M. Mabunga Sgt Army MIA Casualty 4/9/1942

 

Santiago Pablo Mabuti died 9/9/1943 (9/23/1943) Casualty; loss @ sea; U.S.S. Grayling SS-209 submarine sunk near Tablas Strait Philippines Navy Cook 2

 

Nemesio M. Macabangun Sgt Army MIA Casualty 11/29/1942

 

Jose Macabebe Pvt Army MIA Casualty 5/22/1942

 

Remigio Macadangdang Pfc Army MIA Casualty 5/14/1942

 

Andres M. Macagba Pvt Army MIA Casualty 3/31/1946

 

Epifanio Macaldo Pvt Army MIA Casualty 1/28/1942

 

Francisco Macalinao Pfc Army MIA Casualty 6/20/1942

 

S. A. Macalinao Pfc Army MIA Casualty 6/14/1942

 

Joseph Macaluso * Alamo Scouts (Rafael Ileto Team)

 

Sam Macaluso Tec4 Army MIA Casualty 11/27/1943

 

Nicasio Macan SSgt born 1895 Philippines; enlisted 9/6/1940

 

Angel Macapagal Death March survivior post war: Congressman of Pampanga; brother of Pres Diosdado Macapagal

 

Diosdado Macapagal guerilla Finance officer post war: President of the Philippines; also father of Pres Gloria M. Arroyo

 

Ildefonso Macapallag Pvt Army MIA Casualty 7/28/1945

 

Angel Macapas Pvt Army MIA Casualty 6/11/1942

 

Alfredo T. Macaraeg Pvt Army MIA Casualty 4/9/1942

 

Florencio Macaraeg Pvt Army MIA Casualty 5/18/1942

 

Pedro R. Macaraeg Pvt Army MIA Casualty 5/23/1942

 

Antonio Macareig died 1/28/1942 Casualty Merchant Marine; Messman ship- USAT Royal T. Frank

 

Juan Macariola Pfc Army MIA Casualty 2/10/1942

 

Herminio A. Macarubbo Pfc Army MIA Casualty 4/13/1942

 

Macario Macasinag Navy Casualty Officer’s Cook 1c from Caridad Cavite

 

Esteban Macasu born 1896 Philippines; POW 12/8/1941; ship- SS Pres. Harrison released; Merchant Marine Pantryman; from San Miguel Philippines

 

Marcelo D. Macatangay Pvt Army MIA Casualty 6/10/1942

 

Tomas D. Macatol Pfc Army MIA Casualty 3/31/1946

 

Hendriclaro Macavinta (New Scout) from Macato Aklan

 

Luis Macavinta Pfc Army MIA Casualty 5/31/1942

 

Zosimo Macavinta (New Scout) from Macato Aklan

 

Juan Macawile Pfc Army MIA Casualty 6/28/1942

 

Nicolas S. Macayana Pvt Army MIA Casualty 3/31/1946

 

Alejandro G. Macogay, Sr.** born 8/15/1896 Philippines; died 2/1984 Nelson Virginia; buried Bryant Cemetery Buckingham County Virginia; U.S. Navy; (also WW1 US Navy; Mess attendant 1st Class; served U.S.S. Aler t 4/6/1917-7/5/1918; U.S.S. Buffalo 7/5/1918-11/11/1918); listed 1920 Military & Naval Forces census; 1930 Wash D.C. census

 

Denicio Macogay died 5/31/1942; MIA Casualty Army Pfc

 

Ponciano Mactao Pfc Army MIA Casualty 5/10/1942

 

Alejandro Madamba Pfc Army MIA Casualty 2/28/1945

 

William E. Madara Cpl Army MIA Casualty 4/30/1945

 

Dominador Madarang Pfc Army MIA Casualty 8/31/1942

 

Francisco Madarang Sgt Army MIA Casualty 5/28/1942

 

Gaspar Madarang Pvt Army MIA Casualty 5/17/1942

 

Juan Ramos Madarang born 10/20/1917; died 7/30/2004; buried Olongapo Memorial Park Zambales; Army Pfc

 

Mariano Evangelista Madarang born 12/8/1911; died 2/1/1987 San Mateo California; buried Golden Gate National Cemetery California

 

Paulino Evangelista Madarang born 6/22/1901; died 12/3/1903 San Mateo California; buried Golden Gate National Cemetery; Tec 5

 

Joe Q. Madrazo died 1963 1st Filipino Regt Co D radio operator

 

Eugenio Maestro died 1942; POW; Casualty; Navy Machinist’s Mate 1c from #5 Rizal St. Romblon

Juanito Magalion * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Victor Magallanes 12th Signal Co (PS)

 

Jose Magallanis Pvt Army MIA Casualty 3/18/1942

 

Roman C. Magallano Sgt Army MIA Casualty 7/12/1942

 

Felix Magalong # born 1919 Philippines; Death March, POW released 12/31/1942 Cpt 45th Inf (PS) H Co

 

Juan Magat Pvt Army MIA Casualty 6/1/1942

 

Maximo O. Magat Pfc Army MIA Casualty 12/29/1941

 

Yrineo Magat Pfc Army MIA Casualty 10/5/1944

 

Esteban Magbanua Pvt Army MIA Casualty 5/31/1942

 

Lorenzo Magbanua born Philippines; died 10/31/1942 POW; Casualty; Navy; Quartermaster 2c; from Mlagao Iloilo

 

Selvino Magbanua Cpl Army MIA Casualty 5/25/1942

 

Alfonso S. Magbual 1stSgt, Depot Operations NCO; 76th Ord Ammo Co (PS) “New Scout” (prior PS service before WW11); discharged 1948; died 1953 Batangas also Korean War vet

 

Fely D. Magbual # SSgt 1st Reconn Bn of Laoag Ilocos Norte Philippines

 

Daniel Maghanay Casualty Merchant Marine

 

Rafael A. Maghari MIA Casualty 5/2/1942 Army Pvt

 

Camilo Maglalang * born 6/25/1895 Philippines; died 1/1945 Casualty Navy Mess Attendant 1c; resident of Apalit Pampanga; SS# issued Hawaii

 

Leopoldo Maglanoc MIA Casualty 7/11/942 Army Pvt

 

Carlos Y. Maglasang MIA Casualty 7/12/1942 Army Pvt

 

 Ramon O. Maglasang MIA Casualty 9/5/1942 Army Pvt

 

Andrew Bacungan Maglaya born 10/15/1912; died 1/12/1956; buried Ft. Snelling National Cemetery South Minneapolis MN

 

Casamero P. Maglaya born 2/23/1911; died 1/8/2004; buried San Joaquin Catholic Cemetery Stockton Ca Army

 

Emilio Sobrepena Maglaya born 1/1/1898 Philippines; died 10/18/1954 Santa Cruz California; buried Golden Gate National Cemetery California; Pvt Army

 

Jesus Maglaya 1st Lt. Army 21st Inf Regt; Award: Distinguished Service Cross (for 3/13/1942)

 

Teodoro E. Maglaya born 9//7/1907; died 4/28/1990; buried National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific Honolulu Hawaii; Army T5

 

Numeriano T. Maglinte ** born 7/7/1898 Philippines died 11/19/1944 buried LA Nat. Cemetery Pvt Co B 1st Filipino Inf

 

Johnny Jay Maglinti born 7/19/1927; died 1/3/2007; buried Kauai Veterans Cemetery Hawaii; Army Pvt

 

William Maglinti * born 9/16/1925; died 11/19/1990; buried National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific; Filipino Inf Regt; Tec5

 

Gualberto Maglocot MIA Casualty 3/31/1946 Army Pvt

 

J.B. Magluyan Cpt

 

Alejandro Mendoza Magno died 4/9/1942 Casualty; Merchant Marine Messman ship- Eugene V.R. Thayer; from San Jose, Philippines

 

Hilario Magno Navy Casualty Cook 1c from San Marcelino Zambales

 

Joaquin Magpantay # born Philippines Army Sgt Co D, 41st Inf Regt PS; Distinguished Service Cross

 

Macario Magpantay born Philippines POW

 

Elpedio Longtayao Magpiong born 11/16/1895 Philippines; died 5/12/1955; buried Los Angeles (Ca) National Cemetery; Navy SF3

 

Bartolome Magsalin MIA Casualty 1/31/1942 Army Cpl

 

Ramon Magsaysay born 8/31/1907 Ibu Zambales; died 3/17/1957 plane crashed; 31st Infantry Division PA; organize the Western Luzon Guerilla Forces; Cpt; Provisional Governor of Zambales later President of the Philippines (12/30/1953-3/17/1957)

 

Magsino, Col.   

 

Pedro O. Magsipoc MIA Casualty 3/31/1946 Army Pfc

 

Pedro Maguddato born 4/22/1882 Philippines; died 2/21/1956; buried San Francisco National Cemetery; Army Cpl; also, WW1 veteran

 

Bernardo Majayag MIA Casualty 6/27/1942 Army Pvt

 

Anatalio Majosay MIA Casualty 6/27/1942 Army Pfc

 

Benjamin Makiling MIA Casualty 12/11/1944 Army MSgt

Vicente Malabad MIA Casualty 5/18/1942 Army Sgt

 

Eufemio Malabed MIA Casualty 7/16/1942 Army Pvt

 

Feliciano Malabed MIA Casualty 5/30/1942 Cpl

 

Jaime Malabed MIA Casualty 5/17/1942 Cpl

 

Marceliano Malandog MIA Casualty 5/10/1942 Pvt

 

Cenon M. Malasig born 12/22/1906 Philippines; died 7/23/1988 Alameda Co. California; buried Golden Gate National Cemetery; Army Pfc

 

Tiborcio Agcaoili Malasig; Pfc Army born 8/6/1905 Philippines; died 9/22/1996 Stanislaus County California; buried San Joaquin Valley National Cemetery

 

Jose Malazo born Philippines POW; Casualty; Navy Cook 3c from Julugan, Cavite

 

William Malia* Filipino Inf Regt

 

Pascual Malibago Pvt Army MIA Casualty 5/22/1942

 

C. A. Malibiran Pvt Army MIA Casualty 3/31/1946

 

Pedro Maligis Pfc Army MIA Casualty 7/1/1942

 

Juan F. Maligon Pfc Army MIA Casualty 5/30/1942

 

Eulogio M.C. Malijan Pvt Army MIA Casualty 3/28/1942

 

Leon P. Malijan Sgt Army MIA Casualty 8/9/1942

 

Dominador Malik # Tech 4 w/ Villamor (PRS) Philippine Regional Section; 1st Reconn Bn

 

Maliksi # 26th Cavalry Troop C

 

Patricio Malilay WW11 Casualty Merchant Marine

 

Restituto Malinao # died 5/19/1942 Ft McKinley MIA Casualty; Army Sgt

 

Roque Malinao Sgt Army MIA Casualty 7/31/1942

 

Reino H. Malinen Pvt Army MIA Casualty 2/11/1945

 

Roman Malit Navy Casualty Steward 2c from Guagua Pampanga

 

Martin F. Mallare Pfc Army MIA Casualty 2/9/1942

 

Angel Santos Mallari, Sr # born 10/1/1917; died 8/21/2002; buried Gasan Cemetery Tapuyan Gasan Marinduque; PS POW 5/7/1942; 2/12/1945

 

Benito Mallari, Sr ** born 4/16/1922; died 7/6/2003; buried Garden of Memories Cemetery Salinas Ca; POW 5/7/1942,4/2/1945 Army SP5; also Korean & Vietnam veteran

 

Domingo Mallari # born 1906 Philippines; POW 5/7/1942; 2/1945

 

Eliseo L. Mallari # born 1910 Philippines; died 5/2/1942 Ft. McKinley; Army Sgt; POW; MIA Casualty

 

Eliseo V. Mallari born 9/8/1910 Philippines; died 8/21/1996; buried Ft Sam Houston National Cemetery Army Cpt, Tarlac guerrilla, also a Korean War veteran

 

Emiliano Mallari # born 1893 Philippines; POW 5/7/1942; 2/1945 Philippines

 

Federico Mallari # born 1919 Philippines; Casualty

 

Flaviano Mallari # born 1919 Philippines; POW 5/7/1942, 2/1945; enlistment 3/4/1941

 

Gregorio G. Mallari # Navy Casualty Mess Attendant 1c

 

Lorenzo Mallari # Casualty

 

Melquiades G. Mallari # born 1916 Philippines; died 2/6/1942 Casualty MIA Ft McKinley Philippines; enlisted 2/20/1941; Army Pvt

 

Paul “Pablo” De Guzman Mallari ** born 1/25/1913 Philippines; died 7/28/1990; buried Golden Gate National Cemetery; POW 5/7/1942, 2/1945; Army Pfc; enlisted 6/23/1941

 

Remigio Mallari # Casualty

 

Remigio Mallari born 1888 Philippines; enlistment 12/18/1941

 

Venancio Mallari # died 7/2/1942 Casualty MIA Ft McKinley Philippines; Army Sgt

 

Agustin Mallillin Pfc Army MIA Casualty 5/19/42

 

Antonio Mallillin Pfc Army MIA Casualty 5/12/1942

 

Tomas Malllillin Cpl Army MIA Casualty 6/30/1942

Benjamin Corneja Mallo born 6/28/1906 Janiuay Iloilo; died 9/14/1990 Tamuning Guam; 2nd Filipino Infantry-US Army, Serial No. 38 641 582; Campaigns: New Guinea and Luzon, Southern Philippines; enlisted 5/27/1942, Camp Beale, CA; honorably discharged 12/19/1946, San Francisco, CA Source 3/19/2009 e-mail by Steve Mallo to M.E. Embry about his father (contact info: stevejpii (at) comcast.net)

Nicolas Malolot Cpl Army MIA Casualty 6/12/1942

 

Constancio Malong Cpl Army MIA Casualty 6/9/1942

 

Numeriano Sevitillo Malong born 7/5/1905 Philippines; died 7/1/1952 Frsno California; buried Sacramento City Cemetery; Pfc 1st Filipino Inf

 

James H. Malugin Pvt Army MIA Casualty 4/15/1946

 

Gerardo P. Malvas Sgt Army MIA Casualty 4/7/1942

 

Lucas Malvas Pvt Army MIA Casualty 4/7/1942

Abondio Mambaje Pfc Army MIA Casualty 5/18/1942

 

Macario Mamuyac 2lt Lt POW; Army enlisted

 

Antonio Manaay Pvt Army MIA Casualty 5/26/1942

 

Arcenio Manabat Pfc Army MIA Casualty 6/4/1942

 

Tomas Manabat Pfc Army MIA Casualty 8/4/1942

 

Melchor Managad Pfc Army MIA Casualty 10/23/1942

 

Cenen Manahan Pvt Army MIA Casualty 5/27/1942

 

Bonifacio Manalang Pvt Army MIA Casualty 7/28/1942

 

Pablo G. Manalang born 1/15/1901 Philippines; died 2/3/1970; buried Angeles City Municipal Cemetery Pampanga Philippines

 

Candido Manalastas Pvt Army MIA Casualty 1/17/1942

 

Domingo Manalastas Ist Sgt Army MIA Casualty 8/23/1942

 

Isidro L. Manaligod Pfc Army MIA Casualty 5/21/1942

 

Lorenzo Manaligod Pvt

 

Jesus Chargualaf Manalisay died 10/11/1943 (11/1/1943) Casualty Steward 3c; Wahoo SS-238 sunk by air attack & depth charging N. Japan; Award: Purple Heart (Guam-Phil descent)

 

Alejandro Manalo # born 1922 Philippines; POW 5/7/1942; 4/1945

 

Amado Manalo # born 1918 Philippines; POW 5/7/1942, 2/25/1945 Philippines

 

Antonio Manalo # POW 5/7/1942

 

Aquilino Manalo born 6/6/1905 Philippines; died 6/24/2003; buried Calverton NY National Cemetery; Navy; Merchant Marine CK1

 

Armando Manalo born 1923; enlistment 2/13/1943; residence: Colorado Denver

 

Basiliso Manalo Casualty

 

Domingo Manalo * born 1926; enlistment 12/15/1945

 

Eleuterio Manalo born 1926; listed Navy Aircraft Carrier Muster Rolls

 

Estanislao Manalo # born 11/11/1900 Philippines; died 2/28/1945 Philippines; Casualty Navy Officer’s Steward 2c; resident of 64 San Roque St. Bauan Batangas; SS# issued Hawaii

 

Francisco Manalo Casualty

 

Francisco Manalo born 1/22/1922; died 3/6/2003; buried Moravian Cemetery Staten Island NY; POW 5/7/1942, 4/18/1945; Army SSgt, also Korean War veteran

 

Gabriel Manalo Casualty

 

George R. Manalo born 1926; enlistment 8/12/1944; residence: Denver Colorado; Casualty

 

Luis Manalo born 1908 Philippines; POW 5/7/1942

 

Joseph J. Manalo * born 1928; enlistment 1/24/1946; residence: Hawaii

 

Julian Manalo born 1906; enlistment 9/26

 

Marcelino Manalo Casualty

 

Maximo Manalo * born 9/25/1923; died 4/9/1972; buried National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific; Air Force CPL

 

Pedro T. Manalo Casualty

 

Rodolfo C. Manalo # MIA Casualty; died 1/31/1945 Ft. McKinley Philippines; Pvt Army

 

Thomas B. Manalo * born 1925; Filipino Inf Regt Pfc; enlistment 1/10/1945

 

Valeriano Manalo # POW 5/7/1942, 2/1/1945 Philippines

 

Vicente B. Manaloto Pfc Army MIA Casualty 5/12/1942

 

Modesto Manangan Pvt Army MIA Casualty 5/8/1942

 

Segundo Manangan Pfc Army MIA Casualty 2/8/1942

 

Michael Mananquil Cpl Army MIA Casualty 7/16/1942

 

Amado S. Manansala Pfc Army MIA Casualty 4/13/1942

 

Bartolome Manansala Steward Mate 1c Navy Casualty 12/10/1941 from 1334 Pridencia St Samplaoc Manila

 

Canoto Manansala Pfc Army MIA Casualty 5/30/1942

 

Eliodoro Manansala Pvt Army MIA Casualty 1/23/1942

 

Francisco Manansala Sgt Army MIA Casualty 6/12/1942

 

Miguel Manansala Sgt Army MIA Casualty 6/9/1942

 

Satornino Manansala Sgt Army MIA Casualty 5/31/1942

 

Silvestre Manansala Cpl Army MIA Casualty 1/31/1942

 

Panfilo A. Manantan Pvt Army MIA Casualty 5/15/1942

 

Casimiro Manaois Pvt Army MIA Casualty 4/8/1942

 

Elias Manapit Pvt Army MIA Casualty 6/14/1942

 

Marcelo Manayan Pfc Army MIA Casualty 4/4/1942

 

Alfred Mancao * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Matias Michael Mandac * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Theodore Maneseses * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Alfonso Mangabat Pvt Army MIA Casualty 3/8/1943

 

Bartolome V. Mangabat Tec5 Army MIA Casualty 6/10/1942

 

Miguel Mangabat Pvt Army MIA Casualty 4/6/1942

 

B. L. Manganaan Sgt Army MIA Casualty 1/21/1942

 

Bernardo M. Mangawang Pvt Army MIA Casualty 12/29/1941

 

Daud Mangkon guerrilla

 

Napoleon Mangonan 1st Lt Infantry; Distinguished Service Cross (for 2/31942-2/10/1942)

 

S.G. Mangosing Pfc 6/21/1942

 

Luis C. Mangrobang Cpl Army MIA Casualty 5/31/1942

 

Guillermo Mangubat Pvt Army MIA Casualty 6/13/1942

 

Patricio Gutierez Mangubat born 3/17/1926; died3/19/2002; buried Tahoma Nat. Cemetery Kent Washington, also a Korean War & Vietnam War Veteran; Navy ENC (SS)

 

Benjamin Manibog * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Juan C. Manibusan Navy MIA Casualty 8/4/1944 NSK3

 

Felipe Maningo Lt guerilla group of 150 Philippine Scouts.operating in Clark Field

 

Cesar C. Manio Cpl Army MIA Casualty 6/28/1942

 

Adriano Manipis Tec4 Army MIA Casualty 5/30/1942

 

Maximo V. Manlagit Sgt 1st Reconn Bn

 

Vicente Manlagnit Sgt Army MIA Casualty 6/16/1942

 

Jesse Kepa Manlapit *  born 3/29/1930 Waimea; died 2/11/2005; buried Hawaii State Veterans Cemetery; Army Pfc; post-war retired Hawaii Gov’t employees Assoc; Local 3 business agent & Operations engineer

 

Federico L. Manliclic Pvt Army MIA Casualty 10/24/1944

 

Jose Manlincon Pfc Army MIA Casualty 3/31/1946

 

Frank Manosca #

 

Miguel Manresa born 12/23/1915 Philippines died 4/1978 Filipino Regt

 

Romulo Manriquez Capt. guerrilla took over Manuel Enriquiez (Manuel Enriquez preceded by  Gillermo Nakar)

 

Gabriel M. Mansapit Navy MIA Casualty 11/24/1943 CK3

 

Francisco Mantaring MIA Casualty 2/9/1942 Army Pvt

 

Antonio Manuel * Filipino Inf Regt

 

James Martinez Manuel died 6/28/1942 Casualty Merchant Marine Messman ship-Raphael Semmes; from Manila Philippines

 

Tomas Manuel # born 1925 San Mateo Rizal; died 9/10/2006 Sf California; Cpl Infantryman PA; later Guerrilla Mountain Corps Regt; Awards: Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal, WW11 Victory Medal, Philippine Liberation Ribbon; post-war: immigrated to U.S. 1992; Balboa H.S. teaher, musician & artist

 

Romulo Manriquez Maj

 

Agustin Lucero. Manzano born 1907 Philippines; died 1998; buried Holy Gardens Taytay Rizal POW

 

Aniceto Coloma Manzano born 4/17/1907 Philippines; died 2/13/1992; buried Golden Gate National Cemetery; Army M/Sgt; also Korean War veteran

 

Antonio Manzano born Philippines POW

 

Bonifacio Lorenzana Manzano  discharge 7/1946; member of the (16) Pangilinan naturalization respondents

 

Carmelo Lopez Manzano Maj. Phil Army & aide de camp to Maj Gen Basilio Valdez; one of the four former PA officers to receive commissions in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve in 12/1942; LCDR; became the highest ranking Filipino USCG; formerly Executive officer for the Puerto Rico Chief of Staff USCG; Source: http://www.wartimepress.com “Filipinos in the Navy”

 

Mercidio Sumangil Manzano born 9/19/1909; died 11/4/1948; buried Los Angeles National Cemetery; Navy STD 1c

 

Narciso L. Samson Manzano born 2/20/1897 Philippines; died 9/15/1986; buried San Francisco National Cemetery; Army Col; POW, also WW1 veteran

 

Simeon Obrero Manzano born 10/9/1903 Philippines; died 12/7/1997; buried Greenwood Memorial Park San Diego Ca Navy SDC

 

Isidro Santo Domingo Manzo died 8/28/1942 Casualty Merchant Marine ship- Arlyn, 3rd Engineer; from Manila Philippines

Antonio Maquiling MIA Casualty 3/14/1942 Army TSgt

 

Eleuterio M. Maquinana ** born 2/20/1916; died 9/6/2007 Daly City Ca; Co L 57th Inf (PS)

 

Andro Salvador Marana born 8/17/1909; died 4/5/1984 San Francisco Ca; buried San Francisco National Cemetery Presidio; Army 1st Lt.

 

Perfecto Maranon * born 3/5/1915; died 12/1945 Casualty; Yeoman 3c from 32-D Cruzada Quiapo Manila

 

Salvador Maranon born 2/16/1910 Philippines; died 12/1945 Casualty; Navy Cook 2c from San Felipe Zambales

 

Ricardo R. Maravillas Sfc 12th Medical Bn (PS) C Co; pre-war 14th Engrs Regt Co C; post war Army retiree; resident of Fairfield California; father of Dr. Anthony Rama Maravillas

 

Abraham A. Marayag MIA Casualty 5/26/1942 Army Pfc

 

Ferdinand Edralin Marcos # born 9/11/1917 Sarrat, Ilocos Norte Philippines; died 1989 Honolulu Hawaii; 3rd Lt ; combat intelligence officer; 21st Inf Div; Battle of Bataan; Death March; guerilla; Awards: DSC, Bronze Star; Purple Heart; (Medal for Valor awarded Maj. Ferdinand Marcos, PA; by President Carlos P. Garcia, 1958) (much controversy about his military service awards)  prewar: lawyer (1940); postwar:  President of the Philippines (1966); deposed 1986 *

 

Gregorio Marcelo * enlistment

 

Benjamin Mariano, Sr born 6/18/1920 Philippines; died 12/10/2000; buried Crownsville (Md) Veterans Cemetery; Death March, POW; Sfc (Ret) Army, also Vietnam & Korean Wars veteran

 

Marcelino Mariano born Philippines POW

 

Pedro Mariano born Philippines POW

 

Pio Agustin Mariano born 4/24/1904 Philippines; died 6/24/2001; buried La Loma Quezon City Cemetery; Army Pvt

 

Vicente A. Mariano born Philippines POW

 

Victor Mariano Death March; Casualty

 

Jay Marking (also known as Jay Panlilio) # guerrilla
 

Alfredo Marquez Navy Casualty Steward’s Mate 1c from Bauan Batangas

 

Guillermo Marquez born 4/21/1904 Philippines; died 11/1943 Casualty Navy Officer’s cook; resident of Imus Cavite; SS# issued Hawaii

 

Alfonso Marte Navy Casualty Officer’s Cook from 114 Luna St. Malabon Rizal

 

Pastor Martelino born 8/8/1896 Kalibo Aklan; died 1/8/1945 Philippines; war Casualty; MIA; Col; 1st Filipino Supt of Philippine Military Academy (1936-1940); CampPastor Martelino Kalibo Aklan was named in his honor; U.S. Military Academy 1920 grad; Phil Scouts

 

Gervacio Martin

 

Philip Martin # 1st Reconn Bn of Cardona Rizal Philippines

 

Cirilo Martinez Navy Cook 2c POW from 5 M. Quezon St. Makati Rizal

 

Jim Martinez Filipino Regt

 

Manuel Martinez Cpt CO 76th Ord Ammo Co (PS)

 

Natalio Martinez Navy Casualty Electrician’s Mate fro 33 P. Burgos St. Caridad Cavite

 

Domingo Marzan born 11/2/1900 died 5/6/1942 WW11 Casualty Navy Steward’s Mate 3c; Ck3 from Infanta Pangasinan

 

Catalino Masa died 5/24/1943 Casualty Merchant Marine F/W ship-Stanvac Manila

 

Gregorio Masancay MIA Casualty 4/1/1942 Army Pfc

 

 Manuel Masangcay MIA Casualty 7/1/1942 Army Sgt

 

Severo Masangcay MIA Casualty 2/18/1942 Army SSgt

 

Agapito Masangkay died 2/1942; Casualty Merchant Marine; Steward ship-Don Isidro

 

Conrado B. Masbate MIA Casualty 7/20/1942 Army Pfc

 

Cipriano B. Masiclat, Sr. born 10/1/1899 Angeles Pampanga; died 12/4/1977 San Francisco Ca. Regt SgtMaj 26th Cavalry (PS); Awards: Silver & Bronze Stars, Purple Hearts, Meritorious Service Medal

 

Ernesto Mata # Cpt

 

Jesus Manalisay Mata died 12/7/1941 Pearl Harbor Casualty MATT1c USS West Virginia

 

Francisco Matalang MIA Casualty 4/7/1942 Army Pvt

 

Alexandro (Alejandro) Matinog born 4/16/1893 Iloilo Philippines Source: http://www.usmm.org/killed/m.html & Morning Post Camden N.J. 2/28/1942 Merchant Mariners killed on U.S. operated ships WW11 Alexandro Matinog, a messman w/ residence in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania died in W.D. Anderson, a tanker captained by Albert B. Walters sailing from Texas to Philidelphia that was attacked by a German Submarine U-504, 12 miles NE of Jupiter Inlet Florida; 35 crew, including  the captain, perished w/ one survivor; Other Sources: listed WW1 Draft Kings NY District #24; also http://filipinosgone2ellis-island.tripod.com

 

Pablo Matudan MIA Casualty 5/7/1942 Army Pvt

 

Felipe Matunog MIA Casualty 1/12/1942 Army Pvt

 

Catalino Maturan MIA Casualty 7/1/1942 Army Pvt

 

Proceso Maturan MIA Casualty 4/30/1942 Army Pfc

 

Job Mayo Lt

 

Agapito Mazon Navy Casualty Seaman 2c from Boac Marinduque

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Simeon Medalla Col

 

Antonino Medenilla Navy Casualty Steward 1c from Laoag Ilocos Norte

 

Juan Medina Alamo Scouts

 

Severo Medina born Philippines; Army 1stSgt 3rd MP Bn; POW; Award: Distinguished Service Cross

 

Nicolas Mendoza 26th Cavalry (PS) Troop A 1st Sgt

 

Sergio Mendoza Army Doctor; 1941-1946; naturalization application Source 464 U.S. 154 (1984) 462 U.S. 154

 

Antonio Malvar Meer member Quezon’s guerrilla force; post-war organizer of Handog sa Sundalo (Gift to the Soldier) Foundation

 

Andres Megano Lt. Col Bataan guerrilla

 

Bonifacio Mencias # M.D. Dean UST College of Medicine executed by the Japanese, father of Rosario M. Querol

 

Don Mendiola * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Anastacio Mendoza Navy Casualty Machinist’s Mate 2c from San Carlos Pangasinan

 

Bienvenido Mendoza born 1927 Philippines

 

Gregorio Mendoza * enlistment

 

Henry H. Mendoza Army Pfc; 7th Inf Div; Award: Distinguished Service Cross (for 10/24/1944)

 

Joe Mendoza

 

Rey Mendoza

 

Samuel S. Mendoza Army Pfc Co K 383d Inf Regt 96th Inf Div; Award: Distinguished Service Cross (for 10/25/1944 @ Leyte)

 

Lorenzo Mallari Meneses born 1/1/1882 Macabebe Pampanga; died 3/22/1966 Alameda California; buried Golden Gate National Cemetery; Navy SDC (also WW1 veteran Army Sgt Co M 1st Hawaiian Inf; 1/8/1916-2/4/1919; resident of Honolulu Hawaii during WW1 military service; was a sakada in Hawaii)

 

Jesus Menez Merchant Marine Utility; POW captured by Germans ship Carlton 7/5/1942 released; from Benga Capiz Philippines

 

Benjamin Menor * Filipino Inf Regt; post-war: Hawaii State Supreme Court Justice

 

Dominador Meral * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Angelino Mercado *

 

Godofredo Mercado Navy Casualty Steward’s Mate 1c from Lubao Pampanga

 

Julian Mercado Pampanga guerrillas

 

Pedro Merritt Cpt

 

Pablo Mesina 45th Inf (PS)

 

Frank Messina Army Band (PS); post war: played w/ orchestras

Floredelino Miguel * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Santiago V. Miguel ** born 12/25/1910 Philippines; died 2/1/2002 @ Alderson Conv. Hosp Woodland; buried Monument Hill Memorial Park Woodland Ca; military service:1942-1946 Awards: European African Middle Eastern Theatre Campaign Medal, American Campaign Medal, WW11 Victory Medal, Good Conduct Medal

 

Stanley Serquina Miguel born 7/11/1911 Philippines; died 10/15/1999 Philippines; buried San Nicolas Municipal Cemetery Pangasinan; Merchant Mariner; Utility man; also in the Longtime or Retired Railroad worker List

 

William Milam Filipino Regt

 

Gaudencio Minon born 8/30/1905 Philippines died 12/21/1983 buried Calverton Nat Cemetery NY 2nd Filipino Regt; Sgt.

 

Jose Mira * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Gerardo Mirabuena # Bataan Defense; Death March

 

Joseph Mirafuentes * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Blas E. Miranda Brig Gen; Leyte guerrilla leader; prewar: PC

 

Arcadio Mision Navy Casualty Seaman 1c

 

Mamarto Molina Mess Attendant 1c from 2431 Tindalo St. Tondo Manila

 

Pedro Q. Molina Silver Star, nephew of Pres. ML Quezon

 

Dennis Molintas Maj. Baguio guerrillas

 

Arturo Mollasgo Army Pvt Co H 45th Inf Regt PS; KIA Award: Distinguished Service Cross (posthumous; for 2/12/1942)

 

Joseph Moncada died 6/12/1943 Casualty; ship R-12 SS-89 @ Key West; job-MM1

 

Antonio K. Mondigo pilot 3Lt PAAC 6th Pursuit Squadron

 

Venancio M. Mones # SSgt 1st Reconn Bn of Villasis Pangasinan Philippines

 

Magno Dacillio Montemayor died 5/13/1942 Casualty Merchant Marine Wiper ship- Virginia; from Sara Barila Cebu Philippines

 

Amador Montero born 1917 Philippines

 

Wenceslao Montero Navy Casualty Cook 3c from Guinabatan Albay

 

Mariano Montoya * born 3/1/1901 Philippines; died 6/1942 POW; Casualty Navy Steward’s Mate 1c; resident of 19 B Reyes St Silang Cavite; SS# issued Hawaii

 

Apolonio Morales from Bulacan

 

Milton Moralino * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Apoloniano Moran died 2/6/1942 Casualty; Merchant Marine Oiler, ship-Major Wheeler; from Manila Philippines

 

Alvin Moratin * Filipino Inf Regt

 

Filemon Mordeno

 

Alexander Moreno died 7/11/1942 Casualty Merchant Marine Oiler ship-Stanvac Palembang/Robert E. Lee; from Los Banos Philippines

 

Basilio Moreto, Jr, was around 12 yrs old when the war began, but he became guerrilla courier under Col. Charles Fulsom US Army

Source: http://www.newsflash.org/2004/02/ht/ht004429.htm

Post war: PMA 1954 grad; Ret Colonel AFP; Master's degree in Industrial Management  UP Graduate School; management position @ Varian Silicon Valley; founder of CPW prayer group

 

Benigno F. Mosquera # Cpl 1st Reconn Bn of Concepcion Romblon Philippines

 

Lucilo A. Mosquera ** born 1917 Philippines; enlistment 7/14/1942 California

 

Baltazar Movilla born 6/15/1904; died 3/1942 Casualty; Navy Cook 3c; resident of San Felipe Zambales; SS# issued Hawaii

 

Rosendo Musca 57th Inf (PS); from Tanuan Leyte

 

Pablo Paez Muyco # Col USAFFE Inf P.A.C.O. Palawan Special Bn

 

 

             ADAMS AND LIBERTY      

                                    By:  Robert Treat Paine

(sung to the tune of To Anacreon in Heaven. like The Star-Spangled Banner)

    YE sons of Columbia, who bravely have fought,
        For those rights, which unstained from your Sires had descended,
    May you long taste the blessings your valour has brought,
        And your sons reap the soil which their fathers defended.
                        'Mid the regin of mild Peace,
                        May your nation increase,
    With the glory of Rome, and the wisdom of Greece;
        And ne'er shall the sons of Colmbia be slaves,
        While the earth bears a plant, or the sea rolls its waves.

    In a clime, whose rich vales feed the marts of the world,
        Whose shores are unshaken by Europe's commotion,
    The trident of Commerce should never be hurled,
        To incense the legitimate powers of the ocean.
                        But should pirates invade,
                        Though in thunder arrayed,
    Let your cannon declare the free charter of trade.
                        For ne'er shall the sons, &c.

    The fame of our arms, of our laws the mild sway,
        Had justly ennobled our nation in story,
    'Till the dark clouds of faction obscured our young day,
        And enveloped the sun of American glory.
                        But let traitors be told,
                        Who their country have sold,
    And bartered their God for his image in gold,
                        That ne'er will the sons, &c.

    While France her huge limbs bathes recumbent in blood,
        And Society's base threats with wide dissolution;
    May Peace like the dove, who returned from the flood,
        Find an ark of abode in our mild constitution
                        But though Peace is our aim,
                        Yet the boon we disclaim,
    If bought by our Sov'reignty, Justice or Fame.
                        For ne'er shall the sons, &c.

    'Tis the fire of the flint, each American warms;
        Let Rome's haughty victors beware of collision,
    Let them bring all the vassals of Europe in arms,
        We're a world by ourselves, and disdain a division.
                        While with patriot pride,
                        To our laws we're allied,
    No foe can subdue us, no faction divide.
                        For ne'er shall the sons, &c.

    Our mountains are crowned with imperial oak;
        Whose roots, like our liberties, ages have nourished;
    But lone e'er our nation submits to the yoke,
        Not a tree shall be left on the field where it flourished.
                        Should invasion impend,
                        Every grove would descend,
    From the hill-tops, they shaded, our shores to defend.
                        For ne'er shall the sons, &c.

    Let our patriots destroy Anarch's pestilent worm;
        Lest our Liberty's growth should be checked by corrosion;
    Then let clouds thicken round us; we heed not the storm;
        Our realm fears no shock, but the earth's own explosion.
                        Foes assail us in vain,
                        Though their fleets bridge the main,
    For our altars and laws with our lives we'll maintain.
                        For ne'er shall the sons, &c.

    Should the Tempest of War overshadow our land,
        Its bolts could ne'er rend Freedom's temple asunder;
    For, unmoved, at its portal, would Washington stand,
        And repulse, with his Breast, the assaults of the thunder!
                        His sword, from the sleep
                        Of its scabbard would leap,
    And conduct, with its point, ev'ry flash to the deep!
                        For ne'er shall the sons, &c.

    Let Fame to the world sound America's voice;
        No intrigues can her sons from their government sever;
    Her pride is her Adams; Her laws are his choice,
        And shall flourish, till Liberty slumbers for ever.
                        Then unite heart and hand,
                        Like Leonidas' band,
    And swear to the God of the ocean and land;
        That ne'er shall the sons of Columbia be slaves,
        While the earth bears a plant, or the sea rolls its waves.

 

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