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Filipinos and Filipinas Buried in Arlington

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Esteban B. Dalao born 1888; died 3/11/1952; Col 1st Pilipino commissioned in the Philippine Scouts (1912) WW11 POW


Rudolph B. Davila

Birth: 4/27/1916 El Paso, Texas

Death: 1/26/2002 Vista California buried Arlington Section 67, Grave 3457

Military Service: 5/20/1944-5/17/1950 Army 1st Lt.

Military Awards: Purple Heart, European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal,

      American Campaign Medal, WW11 Victory Medal, Combat Infanryman

      Badge, Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) for extraordinary heroism in action

     By saving 130 U.S. soldiers on 5/28/1944 near Artena, Italy when he was a SSgt

    7th Infantry Division Co H; also received a chest wound & right arm was

     Paralyzed in another incident in Vosges Mountains, France while storming

     a German tank; Medal of Honor (6/2000) after Hawaii Senator Daniel

      Akaka secured a Congressional mandated review of records for Asian-

      Americans who had earned DSC

Civilian career: Master’s Degree USC, LA;retired teacher

Family: Harriet (1/13/1923-12/25/1999) wife

    Roland, Jeffrey, Gregg, Jill(Link) Tana (Lemmenes), children

    Parents: Filipina mother;Spanish father

Birth:  Jan. 13, 1923
Death:  Dec. 25, 1999

Note: wife of Medal of Honor recipient-Rudolph B. Davila(Section 67 Grave 3458)
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington County
Virginia, USA
Created by: Maria Elizabeth V. Embry...
Record added: May 05, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14185741

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Cemetery Photo
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Francisco Duclayan

Birth: 8/10/1906

Death: 3/19/1959

Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Section: 39 Site: 1332



Alejandrino Dumlao

Birth: 10/2/1909

Death: 1/8/1999

Buried: Arlington National Cemetery

Section: 68 Site: 4065

WWII Korea



Gertrude Deana Dumlao

Birth: 11/1/1915

Death: 10/24/1993

Buried: Arlington National Cemetery

buried w/ husband Alejandrino Dumlao

Felicidad Matik Goldinger

Birth: 12/24/1936 Philippines

Death: 1/22/2005 Tripler Medical Center, Hawaii

Buried: Arlington National Cemetery

Section: 68 Site: 2655

Buried w/ Vietnam veteran Harry Clark Goldinger Jr , her husband who died in 1993

Ambrosio Salazar Grandea

Birth: 8/22/1932 Corregidor, Philippines

Death: 6/13/1967 Clark Field Airforce Base Hospital, Philippines

    died of multi-frag wounds suffered in  Quang Ngai Vietnam

    buried with parents in Arlington Section 2 Site E-196-1

Military Service: Army, Major (Chaplain, Protestant) Awards: Chaplain’s

   Gold Medallion (1972); Silver Star for pulling soldiers to safety while under heavy

   fire in Chu Lai, Vietnam two weeks before the injury that caused his death

Family: Jacinta Martinez wife

Parents: Primitiva (Salazar) and Andres Grandea, also buried in Arlington



Andres Gallenero Grandea, Sr.

Birth: 2/4/1905 Bacolod, Philippines

Death: 12/1972 Baltimore Maryland; buried Arlington with Primitiva and Ambrosio

Military Service: Cpt POW WW11, served Army 30 yrs

Family: Primitiva Joya Salazar (11/27/1904 Philippines-3/7/1995 Baltimore, Maryland), wife

   Andres (Jr), Ambrosio, David, Exequiel, Estrella, Rachel and Elizabeth, children


Valerie Dominque Jacang

Birth: 8/11/1971

Death: 8/28/1971

Buried: Arlington National Cemetery Section 38 Site 4735

Daughter of SSg Edward Udasco Jacang 5th Army Band AAC Ft Sheridan Illinois


Maximiano Saqui Janairo

Birth: 8/20/1905 Kawit Cavite Philippines

Death: 12/14/1997 Inova Alexandria Hospital Alexandria Virginia

Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Section: 30 Site: 899-B

WWII, Korea

Col US Army retired in 1960 after 30 yrs of military service

West Point 1930 grad

Phil Scouts Bataan Death March, POW survivor, guerilla

Phil Law School grad, Master’s Degree Civil Engineering Cornell University

Military Decoration: Legion of Merit



Amelia Romualdez Janairo

Birth: 12/30/1911

Death: 4/2/1999

Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Section: 30 Site: 899-B

Wife of Maximiano S. Janairo


Jose Yulo Lachica

Birth: 9/15/1894 Negros Occidental Philippines

Death: 6/19/1963

Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Section:41 Site: 352



Leonardo Capistrano Leonor

Birth: 9/22/1940 Manila Philippines

Death: 10/10/1972 KIA MIA Quang Binh North Vietnam

Buried Arlington National Cemetery 5/24/2002

Section: 60 Site: 7764

Major US Air Force 53rd Tactical Fighter Squadron

Military Awards:

Purple Heart (posthumous)

Honorable Service Medal

(3) Distinguished Flying Cross 6/27/1972, 10/4/1972, 10/5/1972

(3) The Air Medal (1st thru 13th Oak Leaf Cluster) for 2/10/1972 to 10/10/1972

for 4/19/1972 & a third (15th Oak Leaf Cluster)

Remains recovered in 1994; identified in 2002

Nino Dugue Livaudais

Birth: 4/30/1979 Philippines

Death: 4/3/2003 Baghdad Iraq ambushed by a suicide bomber

Buried Arlington National Cemetery

Section: Site:

SSg U.S. Army Ranger military service 2/24/1998-4/3/2003

Resident of Syracuse NY; he specified that he wanted to be buried in Arlington wife was pregnant with their third child when SSg died; his father was a Bataan Death March survivor


We can not dedicate-we can not consecrate-we can not hallow this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here have hallowed it far above our poor power to add or detract.
                           Abraham Lincoln

From time to time, the tree of liberty must be watered with the blood of tyrants and patriots
                          Thomas Jefferson

The battle, sir, is not to the strong alone; it is to the vigilant, the active, the brave
                            Patrick Henry


The Memorial

We tried, we tried, Oh God we tried
So we could be here too
And walk around remembering
And look for names we knew
Our lives were lost so far away
Upon a distant shore
But we are here in memory
As you read our names once more
Remember us, Remember us
Although we're truly gone
Remember us, as we once were
And not just names in stone

(unable to find the name of the author)

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