Allen, Terry de la Mesa Jr. and father Terry de la Mesa Allen Sr.
Angeles, Felipe General in the Mexican Revolution
Armijo, Marcus. Won Congressional Medal of honor for valor in WW1. Armijo Park and VFW post are named after him. Look for articles from 1918 and on in El Paso Herald-Post and El Paso Times historical database.
Camacho, Isaac Fabens/El Paso Vietnam era POW
Isaac Camacho by
Call Number: El Paso Public Libary
Publication Date: 2018
The astonishing true story of POW escapee Isaac Camacho, from Fabens/El Paso area. In this exciting first-person recounting, Camacho fights with grit and courage to overcome his impossible circumstances as a POW in the Vietnam War.
Chapin, John Letcher (Capt) WWII Purple Heart recipient
Crombie, Bill WW II Flying Ace from El Paso 1920-2001.
Greer, Edward, retired General
Guillen, Ambrosio Korean war medal of honor winner, Guillen Middle School named after him.
Gulbas, Irving Lithuanian WWII veteran who founded National Restaurant Supply. See link below.
Hawkins, William Deane First Lt. Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, WWII
Hinkle, Stacy army pilot at Ft Bless with aircraft nicknamed "Flaming Coffin" instrumental in El Paso aviation history
Huerta, Victoriano Revolutionary leader (events in Cd.Juarez/El Paso)
Martinez, Ernesto Pedregon See Artists
Madero, Francisco early leader of the Mexican Revolution, later Mexican President
Murray, Ray highly decorated soldier, member of Darby's Rangers (WWII) and leader in Northeast El Paso's civic life
Orozco, Pascual Revolutionary leader (events in Cd.Juarez/El Paso)
Provencio, Juan WWII veteran honored at death
Rivas, Manny O. 1925-2016. WWII Marine who is responsible for many of the military monuments in El Paso
Seeds of Change by
Interviews with El Pasoans on the decades since Raymond Telles was mayor
Snead, Bob artist/actor/veteran
Subia, Alfredo and his brother Florentino "Lico" Subia, veterans of WWII and the Korean War respectively
Van Horne, Major Jefferson first commander of Fort Bliss in 1849
Password articles on Jefferson Van Horne
Password articles:"A Letter from Major Jefferson Van Horne," by Richard K. McMaster, art., : xiii, 8-10su; "Major Jefferson Van Horne," by Richard K. McMaster, art., : xii, 35-42; "Hall of Honor: Tribute to Major Jefferson Van Horne", by Evan Haywood Antone: 43, 119; "Van Horne, Major Jefferson (1802-1859)": 43, 108, photo 118, 119-120; "Van Horne, Major Jefferson": xxiii, 143; xxvii, 52-56, 104, 105; xxx, 59; xxxi, 161; xxxiii, 113; and the route of his military train, San Antonio to El Paso, xxxvii, 56-66 passim;
Vasquez, Marine Sgt. Jesus Roberto Vietnam veteran posthumously awarded many honors