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José Gener

Hoyo de Monterrey

In 1900, Gener died in Spain and his daughter Lutgarda Gener took over the business and it would stay in the family for another thirty years.

habanos s.a. brands

San Pablo City

Gregorio San Ignacio San Isidro (Balagbag) San Joaquin San Jose (Malamig) San Juan San Lorenzo (Saluyan) San Lucas ... Gener B. Amante (ABC President)

cities in the philippines

Rolando Reyes, Sr.

In 1938, at the age of 14, he went to work at the José L. Piedra Cigar Factory in Guanajay, Pinar del Rio Province, but later moved to Havana, Cuba ...

1924 births, living people, cigar makers

Daddy Di Do Du

Maxene Magalona as Donna Vallejo ... Joonee Gamboa as Gener Jose Mana

fantaserye, filipino television series, gma network

Spain at the 2004 Summer Olympics

José Manuel Martínez - Final, 27:57.61 (9th place) ... Jose Manuel Calderón ... Tania Gener - rd place

2004 in spain, nations at the 2004 summer olympics, spain at the olympics

Eastern Bloc of the FARC-EP

Also known as the Jose A. ... Gentil Alvis Patiño, "El Chigüiro" Juan José Martínez Vega Captured in Venezuela in 2005. ... "Jhon 40" Gener García Molina

revolutionary armed forces of colombia

Narciso Gener Gonzales

Narciso Gener Gonzales (1859 – January 15, 1903) was born in Paulo Parish, South Carolina. ... Gonzales was the son of General Ambrosio José Gonzales ...

1857 births, 1903 deaths, cuban-americans

List of Cuban Americans

José Canseco, former MLB All-Star outfielder and DH, author (Juiced) and reality show contestant (The Surreal Life)

cuban-americans, lists of american people by ethnic or national origin

January 26

1918 - Philip José Farmer, American writer (d. 2009) ... 1981 - Juan Jose Haedo, Argentinian Cyclist

days of the year, january

Salvador Casañas y Pagés

He received his episcopal consecration on March 23 of that same year from Bishop José de Urquinaona y Vidot, with Bishops Tomás Sivilla y Gener and ...

bishops of barcelona, 1834 births, 1908 deaths, 19th-century roman catholic bishops, 20th-century roman catholic bishops, princes of andorra, spanish cardinals, spanish roman catholics