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“The Philippine Revolution in the Bicol Region” – Acknowledgements

30 December 2010

The following personalities appear in the book by Elias M. Ataviado, translated by Juan T. Ataviado, “The Philippine Revolution in the Bicol Region” (Quezon City: New Day Publishers. 1999. ISBN: 971-10-1004-6). Their names were outlined under “Acknowledgements” as ocular witnesses of the revolution in 1896 in Albay, who provided valuable information to the author when the book was first published in 1953.

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  • Emiliano Adalla, corporal of the Civil Guard and captain of Infantry of the Revolutionary Army of Albay
  • Vicente Albert, First Lieutenant, aide-de-camp of General Lukban and later, clerk of court of the Philippine Supreme Court
  • Francisco Anchuelo, businessman of Pamplona, Camarines Sur
  • Joaquin Angulo, farmer of Ormoc, Leyte
  • Ramon Angustia, farmer of Masbate, Masbate
  • Guillermo Belludo, farmer of Pilar, Sorsogon
  • Federico David of Albay, assistant provincial treasurer of Negros Oriental
  • Eleuterio Diaz, businessman of Legaspi, Albay
  • Pedro Duran, proprietor of Sorsogon, Sorsogon
  • lrineo Encarnacion, First Lieutenant and aide-de-camp of General Diokno, and later, physician of Calapan, Mindoro
  • Pablo Firaza, Official of Communications during the Spanish and Philippine governments and clerk of the Court of First Instance during the American Government in the province of Albay;
  • Francisco Gaudier, revolutionary partisan of Bacoor, Cavite
  • Lorenzo Grajo, proprietor of San Jacinto, Masbate
  • Juan Latonero, farmer of Castilla, Sorsogon
  • Emiliano Legaspi of Paco, Manila, first lieutenant of Infantry of the Lukban Brigade
  • Isidro Loyola, farmer of Masbate, Masbate
  • Paulino Marifosqur, proprietor of Pilar, Sorsogon
  • Eleuterio Medina, private of the Provincial Police during the Spanish regime and later, member of the Provincial Board of Masbate, Masbate
  • Jose G. Medina, Major in the office of the Chief of Staff of General Belarmino, of Biñan, Laguna
  • Narciso Medina, ex-provincial governor of Masbate, Masbate
  • Juan Merchan, captain of Infantry, aide-de-camp of General Lukban, and later, clerk of court of Lucena, Tayabas
  • Antero Nazareno of San Pascual, Burias, local chief of Revenues and 1st Lieutenant of the Medical Corps of the Revolutionary Army of Albay
  • Leon Novenario of Pasay, Rizal, colonel under General Malvar
  • Jose C. Orteza of Masbate, Masbate, provincial treasurer of Agusan
  • Rev. Fr. Victorino Peña of Malinao, Albay, colonel and chaplain in the Revolutionary Army
  • Carlos Planes of Virac, Catanduanes, captain of Infantry of the Revolutionary Army of Albay
  • Doña Catalina Puentebella, proprietress of Pilar, Sorsogon
  • Arsenio Rada, farmer and miner of Daet, Camarines Norte
  • Demetrio de los Reyes, ex-militiaman of Legaspi, Albay
  • Mariano Riego de Dios, brigadier general of the Revolutionary Army
  • Vicente de Vera, secretary of the Albay Provisional Government, counselor of Justice of Sorsogon Province under the Revolutionary Government, senator, judge of the Court of First Instance and commissioner of Public Service of the present government
  • Potenciano Vergara of Virac, Catanduanes, clerk of Court of the Spanish Government

[A] [BC] [DEFG] [HIJKL] [M] [NOPQ] [RS] [TUVWXYZ] [Acknowledgements]

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. 29 February 2012 17:57

    excellent!!!sana matapos yung book,nabili ko na din yung volume 2..sana volume 3 naman.:-) kahit papaano nagkakaroon ako ng knowledge abt what happened that time,bec my greatgrandfather was among of them. Engracio Salazar of Silang Cavite nephew of Gen. belarmino. thanks to the author!!!

  2. 3 September 2012 09:38

    i see the name of Vicente Robles page 99 , my great grandfather was from Pilar Sorsogon shot by the Guardia Civil Lolo Vicente had a daughter Justina Robles ( mama grande ) who married a former Spanish Soldier Rodolfo Torrella ( Papa grande ) and they started the Torrella clan in Bicol .

    I see the name Paulino Marifosqur ( it is probably Marifosque ) I remember the last name
    when my mom and relatives talked about the old times .
    In the the sixties when we inquired about Lolo Vicente and Papa Grande in the same sentence we always got the response ( hay cosas que no se habla or anong labot nindo >==> lets not talk about it , its none of your business )

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