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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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Feliciana Oliveros Tiongson MP (1869 - 1938)

Feliciana “Cianang” Oliveros Tiongson was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She joined her sisters to plead for clemency for Rizal and like them, maintained a friendship with the Rizal ...

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Cecilia Oliveros Tiongson MP (c.1867 - 1934)

Cecilia "Ylia" Oliveros Tiongson was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She joined Filomena and other relatives in pleading for clemency for Rizal and remained a friend of the Rizal sisters. With the ...

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Filomena Oliveros Tiongson MP (c.1865 - 1930)

Filomena "Mena" Oliveros Tiongson was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". Filomena aided the Katipunan and the Malolos Republic. She maintained a close friendship with the Rizal sisters and became a fo...

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Agapita Reyes Tiongson MP (1872 - 1937)

Agapita "Pitang" Tiongson-Batungbakal was a philantropist from Malolos who willed her jewelry and real estate to the construction of a free hospital for her land tenants and their families. It was neve...

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Mercedes Reyes Tiongson MP (1870 - 1928)

Mercedes "Merced" Reyes Tiongson was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". At 18, she started the idea of organizing a school for learninging Spanish which resulted in their letter to Governor General We...

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Aleja Reyes Tiongson MP (c.1865 - c.1900)

Aleja "Ejang" Reyes Tiongson was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She was one of those who signed the letter with only her first name, and was 23 at the time of the encounter with Weyler. She never ...

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Paz Reyes Tiongson MP (c.1862 - 1889)

Paz Reyes Tiongson was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She was one of those who signed the letter with only her first name, and was 24 at the time of the encounter with Weyler. She was unable to at...

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Basilia Reyes Tiongson MP (c.1860 - c.1900)

Basilia "Ilya" Reyes Tiongson was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". At 28, she was the oldest signatory on the letter addressed to Governor-General Weylet. She was a personal acquaintance of Marcelo ...

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Anastacia Maclang Tiongson MP (1874 - 1940)

Anastacia "Taci" Tiongson-Torres was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She and her family aided the revolutionaries by providing supplies and medical aid. In 1899, her family fled the American invasi...

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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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Teresa Tiongson Tantoco MP (1867 - 1942)

Teresa "Esang" Tiongson Tantoco was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She was active in civic organizations like the Red Cross, the AFF, the Pariancillo committee, among others. More here:

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Basilia Villariño Tantoco MP (1865 - 1925)

Basilia "Ilyang" Villariño Tantoco was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". During the Philippine Revolution, her uncle, father and 5 brothers were active in the Katipunan. She acted as a courier...

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Rufina Tengco Reyes MP (1869 - 1909)

Rufina Tengco Reyes was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". Though she did not sign her family name, it is certain that Rufina was one of the women as the classes were eventually held in her house. At ...

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Olympia San Agustin Reyes MP (1876 - 1910)

Olympia San Agustin Reyes was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She was the youngest of the women to sign the historic letter to Governor General Weyler, being only 12 at the time. More here:

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Leoncia Santos Reyes MP (1864 - 1948)

Leoncia Santos Reyes was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She was a fluent speaker of Spanish and at a young age of 17, was noted as a "category 2" property owner. After marrying her first cousin, s...

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Juana Tantoco Reyes MP (1874 - 1900)

Juana "Anang" Tantoco Reyes was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". Along with her family, she aided the revolutionary army by providing supplies. She died from childbirth complications. More here:

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Elisea Tantoco Reyes MP (1873 - 1969)

Elisea “Seang” Reyes-Galang was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". Though she did not go on to higher education, she spoke Spanish well. Along with her family, she aided the revolutionar...

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Aurea Mendoza Tanchangco MP (c.1890 - 1958)

Aurea Tantangco-Hernando was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She was sent to Colegio de la Concordia, living with relatives in Binondo while finishing her education. She was known to be excellent i...

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Eugenia Mendoza Tanchangco MP (c.1871 - 1969)

Eugenia "Genia" Tanchangco-Reyes was among "The Brave Women of Malolos". She studied at Colegio de la Concordia in Manila. It is recorded that she met Rizal at a baptismal party in Malolos in 1888, pri...

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