Hilario Camino Moncado (middle)
in Berlin (1931)
Hilario Camino (Moncado) Del Prado (1898–1956) was the founder & supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Filipino Crusaders World Army.
Dr. Hilario Camino Del Prado Moncado was born to a very influential and rich family. His father was a very influential Spanish friar in the name of MSGR. Fermin Moncado Del Prado and his mother was Celia Camino. MSGR. Fermin Del Prado who was highly connected to the Spanish Royal Family. He built the biggest museum in Madrid the Museo del Prado.
His father Fermin Del Prado was the closest descendant of the royal family of Spain. He was a Spanish Friar commissioned by the Vatican in the Philippines who met a Spanish Mestiza, his mother Celia Camino.
His father owned a vast amount of estates like any Spanish Friars in the Philippines and he had plenty of farmers working for him, and he maintained caretakers and accountants to look after his assets.
Moncado was born on November 4, 1898 in Pondol, Balamban, Cebu, Philippines.
He had an elder sister named Macaria Del Prado who owned two ships the Augusta and the Benedicta which she used for travel and trading purposes around the world. She received a certificate as the first woman navigator of the world.