Candalaria (Ybarra) Paz (born 1934)

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Candalaria Paz
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updated February 06, 2019
Candalaria (Ybarra) Paz was born around 1934. She married Isidero D. Paz on October 25, 1970 in Texas. We know that Candalaria (Ybarra) Paz had been residing in Texas.

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Candalaria (Ybarra) Paz

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Candalaria (Ybarra) Paz & Isidero D. Paz

October 25, 1970Frio County, TX
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Isidero D. Paz
Born: around 1920
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She was born around 1934. Candalaria (Ybarra) Paz married Isidero D. Paz on October 25, 1970 in Texas. We know that Candalaria (Ybarra) Paz had been residing in Texas.
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1934 World Events

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In 1934, in the year that Candalaria (Ybarra) Paz was born, on November 11th 1933, an extremely strong dust storm hit South Dakota, stripping topsoil. Other strong dust storms had occurred during 1933. Severe droughts continued to hit the Great Plains and the dust storms devastated agricultural production as well as people's' lives for several years. The Roosevelt administration and scientists eventually determined that farming practices had caused the conditions that led to the dust storms and the changes they implemented in farming stopped the Dust Bowl.

In 1945, on June 22nd, the Battle of Okinawa ended. A joint Army and Marine campaign, supported by the Navy, the Battle of Okinawa went on for 82 days. The last Japanese resistance on Okinawa was defeated. 4,907 Navy, 4,675 Army, and 2,938 Marine Corps personnel were killed in the battle on the US side. It is estimated that 110,071 on the Japanese side were killed - the estimate includes Okinawan citizens who were pressed into service and includes children. With the win of Okinawa, the United States gained an important base of operations in the Pacific.

In 1953, on January 20th, Dwight D. Eisenhower became the 34th President of the United States. Formerly the 1st Supreme Allied Commander Europe in World War II, Eisenhower had never previously held a political office.

In 1977, on May 25th, Star Wars premiered in theaters. Eventually, it became the highest-grossing film of all time - until E.T. surpassed it a few years later. It was an immediate hit with theatergoers.

In 1983, on August 30th, the Soviet Union claimed that a South Korean Boeing 747 jetliner (Flight 007), bound for Seoul from New York City, had strayed into Soviet airspace. Saying that they believed it to be a U.S. spy plane, the passenger jet was shot down by a Soviet SU-15 fighter - after it had tracked the airliner for two hours. All 269 passengers (including a U.S. Representative from Georgia) and crew were killed.

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Octavio Paz Jr
Born: around 1947
TX
Leonor (Razo) Paz
Born: around 1945
TX
Amadeo Paz
Born: around 1936
TX
Carmen (Zamora) Paz
Born: around 1939
TX
Armando E. Paz
Born: around 1953
TX
Teresita (Sorola) Paz
Born: around 1952
TX
Eli Paz
Born: around 1946
TX
Janie (Deleon) Paz
Born: around 1955
TX
Jimmy S. Paz
Born: around 1952
TX
Sylvia (Martinez) Paz
Born: around 1947
TX
Jose Paz
Born: around 1945
TX
Aida (Trevino) Paz
Born: around 1953
TX
Ralph Paz
Born: around 1948
TX
Edna F. (Rios) Paz
Born: around 1947
TX
Ricardo Paz
Born: around 1949
TX
Alice Y. (Garza) Paz
Born: around 1950
TX
Rudolph M. Paz Jr
Born: around 1944
TX
Emily (Martinez) Paz
Born: around 1943
TX
Alfred A. Paz Iii
Born: around 1948
TX
Elizabeth (Aguirre) Paz
Born: around 1948
TX

Other Bios

Octavio Paz Jr
Born: around 1947
TX
Leonor (Razo) Paz
Born: around 1945
TX
James C. Pazzaglia
Born: around 1943
TX
Mary N. (Henderson) Pazzaglia
Born: around 1939
TX
Arthur W. Peabody Jr
Born: around 1943
TX
Betty S. (Hamner) Peabody
Born: around 1942
TX
Herman L. Peace Jr
Born: around 1949
TX
Nancy A. (Baird) Peace
Born: around 1944
TX
Rayland L. Peace
Born: around 1947
TX
Celinda M. (Adams) Peace
Born: around 1951
TX
Tilman E. Peace
Born: around 1909
TX
Dearman J. Peace
Born: around 1924
TX
Lanny W. Peach
Born: around 1945
TX
Jan E. (Durrant) Peach
Born: around 1951
TX
Richard Peacher
Born: around 1947
TX
Josephine (Beattie) Peacher
Born: around 1949
TX
Austin B. Peacock
Born: around 1916
TX
Lottie M. (Murrell) Peacock
Born: around 1915
TX
David G. Peacock
Born: around 1938
TX
Louise (Grubbs) Peacock
Born: around 1939
TX
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