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Name Birth Date Death Date Photo Cemetery
Felipe Fernando Acosta-Colon April 18 1916 December 18 1983 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Jose E Acosta-Colon February 15 1932 May 20 1990 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Fernando Agosto-Colon May 29 1919 June 9 1995 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Gil A Agosto-Colon April 30 1917 January 5 1996 Grave Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Milton F Aguiar-Colon July 6 1923 March 28 1993 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Antonio Aguirre-Colon February 13 1924 April 21 1996 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Ramon Albino-Colon August 31 1932 July 21 1994 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Victor D Alonso-Colon July 19 1923 September 29 1999 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Apolinar Alvarado-Colon January 4 1922 July 13 1955 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Fernando Alvarado-Colon August 14 1933 May 3 1954 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Jose R Alvarado-Colon July 1 1928 March 15 1985 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Julio Alvarado-Colon April 12 1926 December 1 1997 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Luis Alvarez-Colon October 20 1906 May 8 1998 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Ramon Alvarez-Colon August 31 1934 April 17 1991 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Carlos Amaro-Colon November 4 1930 June 4 1998 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Angel Aponte-Colon June 27 1924 September 10 1980 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Enrique Aponte-Colon July 15 1936 October 13 1968 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Juan Aponte-Colon May 6 1918 June 28 1963 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Arcadio Arce-Colon January 12 1926 August 3 1991 Wood National Cemetery (Wisconsin, United States of America)
Felix Arroyo-Colon June 17 1937 November 1 1998 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Isaac Antonio Aviles-Colon August 18 1957 May 27 1994 Florida National Cemetery (Florida, United States of America)
Ramon Cartagena-Colon July 27 1925 September 1 1995 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Generoso Castillo-Colon November 19 1923 December 27 1981 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Manuel Alberto Cecilio-Colon July 5 1931 June 28 1999 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
Evaristo Chevere-Colon February 10 1938 May 23 1999 Puerto Rico National Cemetery (Puerto Rico, United States of America)
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