Aparicio Alvarez, Fernando 18??-1943 Spain, ?Valladolid - ?, ?
military officer, amateur musician, 25.aug1909 appointed second lieutenant of Cavalry, 21.dec.1909 appointed first lieutenant of Cavalry, 1916 first lieutenant of Cavalry, 14.jan.1927 as captain he was decorated with the royal Medalla Militar de Marruecos con el pasador de Melilla, 26.aug.1938 as retired commander he qualified for the rank lieutenant colonel to the Militia itself as ditto of La Coruna, 8.jan.1944 his widow Jesusa Carrillo Diez was awarded a pension

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[] Ay, que me muero de sed (Oh, I'm dying of thirst). Cancion leonesa para coro mixto. SSSTTBarB choir
pub Union Musical Espanola, Madrid 24nov1932
copyright words and music Fernando Aparicio Alvarez 24nov1932
copyright Concepcion Aparicio (daughter) 16dec1959

homage by a family member: Fernando Aparicio Alvarez, Primer Teniente de Caballeria - Charla con el Soldado
Autor: Alvarez Aparicio, Jose Marķa
Imprenta Francisco Roman, Medina del Campo 1916
copy at Biblioteca de Castilla y Leon, Valladolid

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