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Don Juan Anacleto T. Araneta (1852 - 1924)

Don Juan Anacleto T. Araneta was a pioneer sugar farmer and the capital del pueblo of Bago. He emerged as the revolutionary leader of the Negros Revolution against Spain. References "Juan Araneta...

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Pedro Poblete Aragon MP (deceased)

Pedro Poblete Aragon was a resident of Baler, Tayabas and figured in the "Siege of Baler". He was mentioned in this account : "The disease such as beriberi and dysentery overcome them and later took ...

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Aurora Antonia Molina Aragon MP (1888 - 1949)

Doña Aurora Aragon-Quezon was a civic leader and First Lady of the Philippines. She served as the first Chairman of the Philippine National Red Cross after its creation in 1947. She, her daughte...

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Manuel L. Quezon MP (1877 - 1944)

Manuel Luis Molina Quezon was the second president of the Philippines. More here: . He was made a Mason on March 17, 1908 in Sinukuan Lodge No. 272, now Sinukuan Lodge No. 16. More here: . He was o...

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Valentin Roncal Arrastia (1864 - d.)

Valentin Arrastia y Roncal joined the army at the age of 15. He travelled to Manila as an infantry man aboard the ship "Valencia" on 01 November 1883, two days before his 19th birthday. Valentin acqu...

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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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Efigenio Treyes Lizares MP (b. - 1902)

Efigenio Treyes Lizares descended from the old families of Minuluan, now Talisay City. He was a prosperous "patron" with farm holdings and various business interests. He died shortly after the birth of...

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Enrica Alunan-Lizares MP (c.1855 - 1942)

Enrica "Dicang" Alunan-Lizares was the hardworking grand matriarch of the Alunan-Lizares Clan. She was a successful planter and investor and her family had controlling interests in three sugar centrals...

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Dr Ariston Bautista-Lin MP (1863 - 1928)

Ariston Limpingco Bautista was a doctor, banker, philanthropist, and member of the Malolos Congress. He founded the Germinal Cigar and Cigarette Company. More here: .

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Don Paulino R. Santos MP (c.1867 - 1927)

Paulino Reyes Santos was a wealthy landowner from Malolos. The home he built with his wife, Alberta, remains to be one of the town's cultural treasures.

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Alberta Santos Uitangcoy MP (1865 - 1953)

Alberta “Iding” Santos Uitangcoy was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She received higher education at Colegio de la Concordia. At 23, she was chosen, along with Basilia Tantoco, to pr...

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Lino Santos Reyes MP (deceased)

Lino "Inong" Santos Reyes was a cabeza de baranggay in Malolos. In 1899, the Secretaria de Exterior of the newly inagurated Republic of Malolos was housed in his residence. More here:

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Maria Tiongson Tantoco MP (1869 - 1912)

Maria Tiongson Tantoco was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She was active in civic organizations like the Asociacion Femenista de Filipinas. More here:

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Juan Yap MP (deceased)

Juan Yap was a Chinese merchant in the Parian district of Cebu. Together with his wife Maria Florido, he built his home in the 17th century on present-day 155 Lopez Jaena corner Mabini Streets, Cebu. T...

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Francisco Alejandro Mercado MP (1818 - 1898)

Francisco Mercado was only eight years old when his father died. He attended the Latin school in Biñan where his sons would later matriculate. He also attended the Colegio de San Jose in Manila ...

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Teodora de Quintos Alonso MP (1827 - 1911)

Teodora Alonzo was the mother of Philippine national hero Jose Rizal, and a native of Sta. Cruz, Manila. She was known for being a disciplinarian as well as a dedicated, courteous and hard-working moth...

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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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Hilaria del Rosario (1877 - 1921)

Hilaria del Rosario-Aguinaldo established in 1899 the Hijas de la Revolución, which raised funds for medicine and supplies for the revolution. The organization later became Asociación de ...

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