Jose Turiano Santiago (1875 - c.1942)

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About Jose Turiano Santiago

José Turiano Santiago was a Filipino patriot who was among the leaders of the Katipunan that sparked the Philippine Revolution against Spain in 1896. He and his fiance Marina Dizon witnessed the wedding of Andres Bonifacio and Gregoria de Jesus. He was expelled from the Katipunan in 1895. He was a Freemason and a member of La Liga Filipina.

In the course of the nation's fight for freedom, Jose was banished to the Canary Islands and released on 11 Sept 1897. He remained in contact with revolutionary forces and was appointed representative of Nueva Ecija in the Malolos Congress in 1898.

Reference:

  • "Jose Turiano Santiago". Wikipedia.org. http://bit.ly/WonbSs. Date published: 9 Feb 2013. Date accessed: 14 Feb 2013.
  • "Supreme Council (Kataastaasang Sangunian". Katipunan activists in Manila, 1892-96. http://bit.ly/Y8zCPI. Date accessed: 13 Feb 2013
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Jose Santiago's Timeline

1875
July 13, 1875
1894
September 16, 1894
Age 19
Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
1942
1942
Age 66