About Pastor Mordeno Atega
Pastor Mordeno Atega (Designated Military Commander of the First Revolutionary Government in Butuan. In May 1, 1899) married Manuela Radaza. -------------------- From the Radaza Family tracer shared by LTFRB head Alfredo Ariola Radaza, Butuan City-
Pastor Mordeno Atega married Manuela Radaza. He was designated Military Commander of the First Revolutionary Government of Butuan on May 1, 1899.
Pastor Mordeno ATEGA is your wife's first cousin twice removed. You
→ Angelita Sanchez Atega
your wife → PEDRO CURATO ATEGA her father → Andres "Papay" ATEGA his father → Canuta Azura Atega his mother → Roman Azura Atega her brother → Pastor Mordeno ATEGA his son share this path
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