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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...

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 ...

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...

Antonio Morales Tiongson MP (deceased)

Antonio Morales Tiongson was the gobernadorcillo of Malolos in 1883, and was one of sixteen Malolos natives identified in a formal report by Jose de Senespleda as the leadership of the antifriar moveme...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

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...

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...

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...

Adriano Tiongson, Jr (deceased)

Adriano Tiongson (deceased)

Agatona (Kaka) Dizon Tiongson (deceased)

Agustin Alcantara Tiongson (deceased)

Agustina de Guzman (Tiongson) (deceased)

Agustina Pelayo Tiongson (deceased)

Al Tiongson (deceased)

Alberto Tiongson (deceased)

Alejandro Maclang Tiongson (deceased)

AMADO TIONGSON (deceased)

Ambrosia Morales Tiongson (deceased)

Ana Morales Tiongson (deceased)

Angela Tiongson (deceased)

Arcadio Tiongson Ejercito (deceased)

Arsenio Maclang Tiongson (deceased)

Arsenio Tiongson (deceased)

Atanacio Maclang Tiongson (deceased)

Atanacio Villanueva Tiongson (deceased)

Atanancia Tiongson (deceased)

Aurora Resuma Tiongson (1946 - 2008)

Bartholemeau Tiongson (deceased)

Bartolome Maclang Tiongson (deceased)

Candida Alonzo (1935 - 1960)

Catalino T. Tiongson (1877 - 1946)

Cesar "Toy" Tiongson (deceased)

Dona Cirila Reyes (deceased)

Cirilo "Lilong" Tiongson (1908 - 2002)

Concepcion Tiongson (b. - 2008)

Concordia Tiongson (1913 - 1919)

Consuelo Villegas Tiongson (deceased)

Corazon Navarro Tiongson (deceased)

Atay Tiongson (deceased)

Cristina Maclang Tiongson (deceased)

Dedo Tiongson (deceased)

Don Daniel Tiongson (deceased)

Dorang Tiongson (deceased)

Dr. Florentino Tiongson (deceased)

Dr.Florentino Tiongson (deceased)

Eduardo Tiongson (deceased)

Elvira "Viring" Tiongson (Castillo) (1913 - 2004)

Emiliana Tiongson (deceased)

Enrico Mondragon Tiongson (deceased)

Ermin Tiongson (deceased)

Esperanza Villanueva Tiongson (deceased)

Eusebio Tiongson (1895 - 1895)

Evaristo Tiongson (deceased)

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Fabian Tengco Tiongson, I (deceased)

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Fabian Morales Tiongson, II (deceased)

Felicidad Tiongson (deceased)

Felipa Tiongson (deceased)

Felisa Maclang Tiongson (deceased)

Felix Tiongson (b. - 1986)

Felix "Elik" Tiongson (c.1923 - 1957)

Fidel Tiongson (deceased)

Filomena Maclang Tiongson (deceased)

Filomena Tiongson (deceased)

Filomena Tiongson (deceased)

Nena (1943 - 1998)

Francisco Tiongson (deceased)

Francisco Maclang Tiongson (deceased)

Gloria Tiongson Ejercito (deceased)

Graciano "Tacing" Tiongson (deceased)

Ignacio "Asiong" Tiongson (deceased)

Isabel Tiongson (deceased)

Jose A. Tiongson (deceased)

Jose Maclang Tiongson (deceased)

Josefa Lara Tiongson (deceased)

Josefa Lara Tiongson-Mateo, also known as "Pepitang Baliwag" and "Pepitang Himala". The kundiman , "Jocelynang Baliwag", was most popular in the 1890's among Tagalog revolutionaries fighting Spanish co...

Juana Espino Tiongson (1884 - 1972)

Julia Tiongson (deceased)

Justiniana Tiongson (deceased)

Juvita Borromeo (Tiongson) (deceased)

Laureana Tiongson-Crisostomo (deceased)

Oncio (deceased)

Lourdes Lazaro Tiongson (deceased)

Luz Villanueva Tiongson (1915 - 1976)

Luz Villanueva Tiongson (deceased)

Lydia Tiongson (deceased)

Macaria Reyes Tiongson (deceased)

Marcos Ramos Tiongson (deceased)

Margarita Tiongson Diaz (deceased)

Maria Bayan (1895 - 1935)

Maria Tiongson - Siachongco (deceased)

Maria Yupangco (Tiongson) (c.1880 - c.1969)

Written by Ma. Cielito My great-grandmother was a wise woman from Malolos, Bulakan. According to many of our relatives, she was known to drive away evil spirits, aswangs, and cure people who were aff...

Mariano Robles Tiongson (deceased)

Mateo A. Tiongson (deceased)

Mateo A. Tiongson (deceased)

miguel tiongson (deceased)

Naiding Tiongson (Godinez) (deceased)

Natividad Tiongson Miranda (deceased)