The Association for the Recovery of Historical Memory (ARMH) has returned to Los Cerralbos this Tuesday to search for a mass grave in the town of Toledo. In a farm in that municipality known as 'Los Parrales', he hopes to find the bodies of five people, who could have been murdered around November 5, 1936.
In the Los Cerralbos grave, it is expected to find the remains of Pablo Arrogante Alía, born in Lucillos (Toledo), on January 15, 1907, he was married and had two sons and two daughters; Teodoro Dionisio Fernández, a native of Los Cerralbos (Toledo), born on December 7, 1909. He was married to Eugenia Campos and had a son and two daughters; Lucio Jiménez Fernández, a native of Los Cerralbos, born on May 6, 1909.
All of them were extrajudicially detained and murdered in that place where the association now hopes to find their bodies.
The Association for the Recovery of Historical Memory carries out the search and identification of those who disappeared due to Franco's repression with its own resources. It does not request subsidies from any institution because it is against policies that do not guarantee the search for the disappeared as a right for each and every one of the relatives. The transfer of the volunteers, their maintenance, the tools used in the exhumation work, as well as the cost of the genetic tests will be borne by the resources available to the association, thanks to its partners and donors.