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Ambrosio de los Santos Magsaysay MP
(1885 - 1966)
My grandfather was second to the youngest of six surviving siblings. He was academically inclined whereas his siblings like their father Domingo engaged in commerce, tradescraft, or farmed which did no...
Calixto de los Santos Magsaysay MP
(1889 - 1945)
Lolo Calixto died from the shelling of Manila during the Liberation in 1945. He was at their home in San Juan when he was killed. At that young age, he was a successful farmer, businessman and trader. ...
Luis Manzano MP
Luis "Lucky" Manzano is a Filipino actor, TV host, VJ and model. More here: .
Rolando Santos Tinio
(1937 - 1997)
Rolando Santos Tinio was a Filipino poet, dramatist, director, actor, critic, essayist and educator, posthumously awarded a National Artist for Theatre and Literature.
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.
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...
Lino Santos Reyes MP
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:
Leoncia Reyes-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...
Arturo Cabarrus de Santos MP
(1912 - d.)
Arturo Cabarrus de Santos, a physician by trade, achieved fame as an antique collector. The Arturo de Santos Collection was displayed at the CCP, and has since been acquired by the Bangko Central and t...
Alicia Cabarrus de Santos MP
Alicia Cabarrus de Santos-Maloles was crowned Miss Luzon at the 5th National Beauty Contest at the 1931 Manila Carnival. She resigned from the post, necessitating her replacement. More here: .