Ladislao Nocon Diwa
|Birthplace:||Cavite City, Cavite, CALABARZON, Philippines|
Son of Mariano Diwa and Cecilia Nocon
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About Ladislao Nocon Diwa
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 an escribano for the province of Pampanga (1893-1896). He was a Freemason under the Taliba Lodge and was a member of La Liga Filipina (“Baguio”). He was imprisoned in Fort Santiago from 1896 to 1897.
He served as the politico-military governor of Cavite from 7 Oct 7 1898 to 13 May 1901. The Caridad Elementary School in Cavite City was renamed Ladislao Diwa Elementary School in his honor in November 1964.
- "Filipino Martyr: Ladislao N. Diwa". Pinoy Folk Tales. http://bit.ly/12O2Efh. Date published: 18 Jan 2013. Date accessed: 14 Feb 2013.
- "Ladislao Diwa". Wikipedia.org. http://bit.ly/12NXGPI. Date published: 29 Apr 2012. Date accessed: 13 Feb 2013.
- "Ladislao N. Diwa". Wikipilipinas.org. http://bit.ly/12O0lso. Date published: 27 June 2011. Date accessed: 13 Feb 2013.
- "Supreme Council (Kataastaasang Sangunian)". Katipunan activists in Manila, 1892-96. http://bit.ly/Y8zCPI. Date accessed: 13 Feb 2013