The cross I put at the trench grave has painted on it the following:
BURIED HERE WITH OTHERS MURDERED BY JAPANESE
It is just back of an Acacia tree and some well marked private graves; a grave a few feet to the north is marked by a monument with the name CATALINA VARGAS, which should be a permanent mark.
Between the Acacia tree and the road is another trench where many are buried. The Capataz estimates that about three hundred are buried in the same trench with Arthur.
I hope you children never forget Arthur, who was so dear to us all, and so brave even when dying. And never forget that the Japanese killed him, never forgive them and as long as you live never pass up a chance to crush the Japanese race.
If ever you return to Manila, do what is possible to see that this lonely trench is cared for.