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 Jesus Aguilera

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Jesus Aguilera

Birth
Mexico
Death
27 Sep 1955 (aged 83–84)
Los Angeles, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Burial
Mojave, Kern County, California, USA
Plot
Section Old Plot L Lot 7
Memorial ID
10295523 View Source

Obit: AGUILERA, Jesus R.
Author: Don Stowell Date: 7 May 2005 12:21 PM GMT
Surnames: Villasecia
Classification: Obituary

Jesus Aguilera Dies In L.A. Hospital
Jesus R. Aguilera, long a resident of Mojave, since 1921, died Tuesday, Sept. 27, 1955 in Santa Fe Hospital in Los Angeles, Mr, Aguilera was born in Mexico and worked for the Santa Fe Railroad, He resided at 14 K St.
He leaves his wife, Caroner Villasecia, five brothers, one sister and four sons, Pastor of Bakersfield, Tony of Mojave, Joseph of E Los Angeles and Ray of Santa Clara; three daughters, Guadalupe of Stockton, Mary of Fresno and Genevive of Mojave and 15 grandchildren.
Rosary will be said Wednesday evening at the Gutierrez & Weber Mortuary, 818 North Broadway, Los Angeles. Mass will be said at 8:30 Thursday morning with Father Harry L. Eggert officiating, in the Old Mission Plaza Church.
Interment will be in the Mojave Cemetery later on the same day.

Posted by East Kern Genealogical Society
Courtesy of Mojave Desert News
California City, Kern, CA
Published: 29 Sep 1955

CADIName: AGUILERA, JESUS
Social Security #: 0
Sex: MALE
Birth Date:
Birthplace: MEXICO
Death Date: 27 Sep 1955
Death Place: LOS ANGELES
Mother's Maiden Name: RAYA
Father's Surname: AGUILERA

1930 Census California Kern Township 11 Mojave
Head Rent $1200 male Mexico age 49 Married age at first marriage 22
Spanish came to the US in 1914 cannot read or write
Tank Filler for the Steam Railroad

Obit: AGUILERA, Jesus R.
Author: Don Stowell Date: 7 May 2005 12:21 PM GMT
Surnames: Villasecia
Classification: Obituary

Jesus Aguilera Dies In L.A. Hospital
Jesus R. Aguilera, long a resident of Mojave, since 1921, died Tuesday, Sept. 27, 1955 in Santa Fe Hospital in Los Angeles, Mr, Aguilera was born in Mexico and worked for the Santa Fe Railroad, He resided at 14 K St.
He leaves his wife, Caroner Villasecia, five brothers, one sister and four sons, Pastor of Bakersfield, Tony of Mojave, Joseph of E Los Angeles and Ray of Santa Clara; three daughters, Guadalupe of Stockton, Mary of Fresno and Genevive of Mojave and 15 grandchildren.
Rosary will be said Wednesday evening at the Gutierrez & Weber Mortuary, 818 North Broadway, Los Angeles. Mass will be said at 8:30 Thursday morning with Father Harry L. Eggert officiating, in the Old Mission Plaza Church.
Interment will be in the Mojave Cemetery later on the same day.

Posted by East Kern Genealogical Society
Courtesy of Mojave Desert News
California City, Kern, CA
Published: 29 Sep 1955

CADIName: AGUILERA, JESUS
Social Security #: 0
Sex: MALE
Birth Date:
Birthplace: MEXICO
Death Date: 27 Sep 1955
Death Place: LOS ANGELES
Mother's Maiden Name: RAYA
Father's Surname: AGUILERA

1930 Census California Kern Township 11 Mojave
Head Rent $1200 male Mexico age 49 Married age at first marriage 22
Spanish came to the US in 1914 cannot read or write
Tank Filler for the Steam Railroad


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