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Miguel Carpio Malvar (1865 - 1911)

Miguel Carpio Malvar was elected as capitan municipal of Sto. Tomas, Batangas. He was a Filipino general who served during the Philippine Revolution and subsequently during the Philippine-American War....

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Tomas Baloy Aguinaldo MP (deceased)

Tomas Baloy Aguinaldo was among the first recruits of the Magdalo faction of the Katipunan.

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Don Manuel Mitra Luz MP (1858 - 1942)

Manuel came from a wealthy chinese mestizo family in Lipa. He was described to be of towering height (six footer), aristocratic in his ways, strict yet considerate. He was engaged to marry his niece, S...

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Ladislao Nocon Diwa MP (1863 - 1930)

Ladislao Diwa was a Filipino patriot who was among the founders of the Katipunan that initiated the Philippine Revolution against Spain in 1896. He worked as a curial del juzgado in Quiapo (1892) and...

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Briccio B. Pantas (b. - c.1930)

Briccio B. Pantas served as the Secretary of Justice of the Katipunan and took on the alias "Bungahan". He worked as the Secretario del juzgado de Quiapo. He was a member of La Liga Filipina; and was p...

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Jose Turiano Santiago (1875 - c.1942)

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...

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Marina Bartolome Dizon (1875 - 1950)

Marina Dizon-Santiago was a Filipino revolutionary and was the head of the Women's Division of the Katipunan. She was the keeper of the organization's documents. Reference: "Marina Dizon". Wikipi...

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Jose Matanza Dizon (b. - 1897)

Jose Matanza Dizon was a Filipino patriot who was among the first members of the revolutionary Katipunan. He worked as an engraver in the mint in Manila. He was a Freenmason who founded the Taliba Lodg...

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Emilio Jacinto (1875 - 1899)

Emilio D. Jacinto was a Filipino revolutionary. He dropped out of his law studies at the University of Santo Tomas, to join the revolution. He joined the Katipunan and took the name "Pingkian". He se...

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Deodato Arellano (1844 - 1899)

Deodato Arellano was a Filipino patriot who was among the founders of the Katipunan that started the Philippine Revolution against Spain. He also served as the secretary of the La Liga Filipina, founde...

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Roman Esteban Basa (1848 - 1897)

Roman Basa was a Filipino patriot who was the second Supremo or leader of the Katipunan. He was referred to as “Liwanag” in the Katipunan. As a member of the Liga Filipina, he took the na...

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Teodoro de Jesus Plata (c.1866 - 1897)

Teodoro Plata was a Filipino patriot who was among the founders of the Katipunan. He worked as an escribano del juzgado in Mindoro and an oficial de mesa del juzgado in Binondo. He was a Freemason un...

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Aniceto Ledesma Lacson MP (1857 - 1931)

Aniceto Lacson was a sugar farmer, a revolutionary general and a businessman. More here:

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Emmanuel Gomez Almeda MP (deceased)

Emmanuel Gomez Almeda was a pharmacist by occupation, and was known for his formula for the relief of asthma. His eldest daughter Natividad was said to have assisted him in preparing this medicine, and...

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Baldomero Baloy Aguinaldo MP (1869 - 1915)

Baldomero Baloy Aguinaldo was a statesman and general during the Philippine revolution in 1896. References "Baldomero Aguinaldo". Wikipedia. . Date published: 08 April 2013. Date accessed: 26 May...

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Felipe Encarnacion Agoncillo MP (1859 - 1941)

Felipe Agoncillo was the Filipino lawyer-representative to the negotiations in Paris that led to the Treaty of Paris (1898), ending the Spanish–American War and achieving him the title of "outst...

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Mariano Nolasco Limjap MP (1856 - 1926)

Mariano Nolasco Limjap was a prominent businessman, a patriot, and a philanthropist. He financed the activities of the revolutionary Katipunan, served as a member of the Revolutionary Congress and was ...

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Paciano Alonso Mercado MP (1851 - 1930)

Paciano Rizal Mercado was a revolutionary general and gentleman farmer. The oldest brother of Jose Rizal, he supported his brother financially by sending him to Europe to study. He was also a big influ...

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Vicente Lukban MP (1860 - 1916)

Vicente Rilles Lukban was a Filipino officer in Emilio Aguinaldo's staff during the Philippine Revolution and the politico-military chief of Samar and Leyte during the Philippine-American War. More her...

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Emilio Famy Aguinaldo MP (1869 - 1964)

Emilio Famy Aguinaldo was the first president of the Philippines. Reference: "Emilio Aguinaldo". Wikipedia.org. . Date published: 11 Feb 2013. Date accessed: 12 Feb 2013. "Philippines, Marriage...

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Roman Tanbensiang Ongpin (1847 - 1912)

Roman Tanbensiang Ongpin was a Chinese-Filipino businessman, philanthropist, nationalist, and civic citizen in the late 19th century. He served as "primer teniente de mestizos" of Binondo from 1883 to ...

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Antonio Urquico (deceased)

Capital Antonio Urquico was a rich rice merchant from Tarlac and one of the province’s first Katipuneros in the fight for freedom from Spanish rule.

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Gregoria Francisco de Jesus (1875 - 1943)

Gregoria de Jesus was the founder and vice-president of the women's chapter of the Katipunan. Code named "Lakambini", she was the custodian of the organization's documents and seal. Reference: "G...

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Procopio de Castro Bonifacio (c.1873 - 1897)

Procopio de Castro Bonifacio was a Katipunero who fought the Spaniards under the leadership of his brother, Andres. With Pio Valenzuela, Candido Tirona, Emilio Jacinto and Andres Bonifacio, they founde...

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Andres de Castro Bonifacio MP (1863 - 1897)

Andres Bonifacio was a Filipino nationalist and revolutionary. He worked as a warehouseman (bodeguero) of Fressel y Cia, a German-owned cement, brick and tile company on Calle Nueva, Binondo. He also m...

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