Manuel Bundoc Tinio

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Manuel Bundoc Tinio

Birthplace: Licab, Nueva Ecija, Central Luzon, Philippines
Death: Died in Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
Cause of death: cirrhosis of the liver
Place of Burial: Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija, Central Luzon, Philippines
Immediate Family:

Son of Mariano Tinio and Silveria Misadsad Bundoc
Husband of Laureana Quijano; Maura Quijano; Basilia Pilares Huerta and Unknown
Father of Mariano Quijano Tinio; Maj. Manuel "Manolo" Quijano Tinio; Rafael Quijano Tinio; Bertila Quijano Tinio; Teodoro Huerta Tinio and 5 others
Brother of <private> Bundoc-Tinio; Casimiro Bundoc Tinio and Maximiana Bundoc Tinio

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About Manuel Bundoc Tinio

Manuel Bundoc Tinio was the youngest General of the Philippine Revolutionary Army and in 1907, elected Governor of the Province of Nueva Ecija. Aside from being an haciendero with significant land holdings, he owned the company that provided electricity to Cabanatuan, the Marilao Mineral Water Company, and a cattle ranch in Pantabangan. He was among those who established the first Masonic Lodge in Nueva Ecija at Cabanatuan City, which is now named after him. More here:

General Manuel Tinio and Colonel Casimiro "Kapitan Berong" Tinio of Nueva Ecija,  led the Tinio Brigade that campaigned in the Ilocos provinces against the Americans and the Spaniards during the Philippine Revolution.
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Manuel Bundoc Tinio's Timeline

June 17, 1877
Licab, Nueva Ecija, Central Luzon, Philippines
May 27, 1900
Age 22
Sinait, Ilocos Sur, Ilocos, Philippines
Age 24
February 22, 1924
Age 46
Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines
March 2, 1924
Age 46
Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija, Central Luzon, Philippines