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Manuel Estevez Barrena


Estevez Barrena, Manuel. (Estivez, Manuel); b. October 15, 1918, Plymouth, California; Spanish American; Student; To Spain in 1932, was in Spain when the war broke out; Single; No passport issued; Domicile 396 West Street, NYC; Served with the Column Rosal, 60th BDE until November 21, 1937; Transferred to the IB in March 1938 as interpreter, attended OTS, XV IB, Headquarters, Sargento promoted to Teniente in September 1938; Returned to the US on December 20, 1938 aboard the Ausonia; WWII Armed forces, d. April 21, 1991.


Source: SACB, Americans, Pay, RA, Ancestry.

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Last Name Estevez Barrena
First/Middle Name Manuel
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Additional Notes returned to Spain in 1932 with Family, Served in Column Rosal and anarchist unit with 60th Brigade from November 21, 1936-March 1937, transferred to IB as an iterpreter, attended OTS in 1938, attached to XV BD rank Sgt. Later promoted to LT.