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Maritess Revilla-Araneta MP
Maria Teresa "Maritess" Revilla is a Filipina actress and model. She was a "Camay Girl", a product endorser of a popular soap brand from the 1950s to the 1980s.
Manuela Delgado Barretto MP
(1900 - 1964)
Manolita Delgado Barretto was crowned Queen at the 1916 Manila Carnival. More here: .
Rosario Legarda-Valdes MP
(1899 - 1969)
Rosario Roces Legarda-Valdez was part of the Court of the 1921 Manila Carnival Queen.
Ramon Pardo Roces MP
(1897 - 1993)
Ramon Pardo Roces achieved much success as the publisher of the Liwayway and its affiliate publications.
Alejandro Gonzales Roces MP
(1804 - 1863)
Alejandro Gonzales Rozes was a wealthy trader, elected as a Regidor and an Alferez Real of Manila.
Maria Filomena Lizares Gonzales MP
(1854 - 1894)
Maria Filomena Gonzales is an early matriarch of the famed Roces Clan.
Alejandro Roman Domingo Mauricio Roces MP
(1850 - 1895)
Alejandro Roman Domingo Mauricio Roces is an early patriarch of the famed Roces Clan. He served as a Regidor of Manila.
Inocencia Reyes-Roces MP
(1889 - d.)
Inocencia "Enchay" Baptista Reyes was a finalist at the 1908 Manila Carnival Queen race. She is the the matriarch of the accomplished Roces Clan.
Alejandro Roces Legarda MP
(1902 - 1993)
Dr. Alejandro Roces Legarda was a leading OB-GYN in his time. He was the President of the Philippines Association of Obstetrics and Gynecology in 1964.
Benito Roces Legarda, II MP
(1898 - 1973)
Benito "Ben" Roces Legarda was a lawyer and multi-faceted businessman. He managed his family's interests in real estate, wine making and publishing. More here: .
Rafael Reyes Roces, Jr. MP
(1912 - 1944)
Rafael "Liling" Reyes Roces is a Filipino journalist, writer, patriot, World War II spy, hero, and martyr. More here: .
Jesus Marcos "Tuting" Roces MP
(b. - 1998)
Jesus Marcos "Tuting" Reyes Roces served as the Vice-Mayor of Manila.
Alejandro Reyes Roces MP
(1924 - 2011)
Alejandro "Anding" Reyes Roces is a Filipino fictionalist, essayist, dramatist and a National Artist of the Philippines for literature. More here: .