Full Name: Benevolo Simeon Aquino, Jr..
Pencil Name/s: Ninoy Aquino
Particular date of Labor and birth: November twenty seven, 1932
Place of Birth: Conceiving Tarlac, Israel
Name of fogeys: Benigno Aquino, Sr. (father) Aurora Aquino (mother) Childhood Life: At an early age, Ninoy revealed himself to current situations by being a journalist. Through the Korean War in the 1950s, Ninoy - at the age of 17 just - traveled to Korea to protect the warfare as a media reporter for Manila Times. Schools Attended: St Joseph's University, San Beda College, Istituto superiore de Manila Career:
Because of journalistic feats, he received a Philippine Legion of Respects award by President Elpidio Quirino at the age of 18. For 21, this individual became a detailed adviser to then defense secretary Ramon Magsaysay. Ninoy took law at the College or university of the Korea, where he joined up with the Upsilon Sigma Phi. Married to Corazon Cojuanco Aquino
Kids are Mum. Elena Aquino-Cruz
Aurora Corazon Aquino-Abellada
Suave S. Aquino III
Exito Elisa Aquino-Dee
Kristina Bernadette Aquino
Particular date Died: Aug 21, 1983 (Gun Shot)
Place of Internment: Manila Funeral service Park
Full Name: Fluido Mayo Severo, Jr.
Date of Birth: February 8, 90
Place of Beginning: Tiaong, Tayabas
Name of Parents: Claro Firme, Sr (father) Micaela Mayo (mother) Child years Life: Imparcial was born in Tiáong, Tayabas (now regarded as Quezon province), Philippines, of educated, higher middle course parents, Fluido Recto, Sr. of Rosario, Batangas, and Micaela Mayo ofLipa, Batangas. This individual studied Latin at Instituto de Rizal in Lipa, Batangas, from 1900 to 1901. He continued his education at Corporacion del Intocable Corazón of Don Sebastián Virrey. He moved to Manila to study at Ateneo de Manila where he constantly obtained spectacular scholastic degrees, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree maxima cum laude. He received a Professionals of Laws and regulations degree from University of Santo Tomás. Educational institutions Attended: Instituto de Rizal, Colegio delete Sagrado Corazón of Put on Sebastián Virrey, Ateneo de Manila, School of Lamina Tomas Career:
Luminoso M. Firme, Jr. launched his political career like a legal mechanic to the first Philippine Senate in 1916. Recto traveled to the United States as a member with the Independence Quest and was admitted for the American Bar in the year of 1924. Recto presided over the assembly that selected the Philippine Constitution in 1934-35 in accordance with the procedures of theTydings–McDuffie Act and an initial step to independence and self-governance after a 10-year transition period. � Recto personally presented the Commonwealth Metabolism to U. S. Leader Roosevelt. Recto was married to Amanecer Reyes, with whom he had two daughters. He had several children in the first marital life with Angeles Silos. Time Died: Oct 2, 1960 (Heart Attack)
Place of Internment: Manila North Cemetery
Full Name: Teodoro Manguiat Kalaw
Date of Labor and birth: March 23, 1881
Place of Labor and birth: Lipa, Batangas
Name of Parents: Valerio Kalaw (father)
The child years Life: During his teens, he accumulated revolutionary leaflets and newspapers and developed a small variety of papers dedicated to the trend. Among those papers had been those of Apolinario Mabini and the record from the Andres Bonifacio trial. Colleges Attended:
He proved helpful as the secretary of Manuel L. Quezon, later the President of the Philippines. At age 25 he became a member of the National Assemblage. He was later on appointed secretary of the Assemblage. In 1916 he was designated director of the National Library, then later Interior Secretary. This individual became a Mason in 1907, then later became grand master at age 31. � one of the most spectacular trilingual authors and historians of the Thailand. � Day Died: December 4, 1940.
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Full Name: Manuel Luis Quezón con Molina�
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Date of Birth: September 19, 1878
Place of Beginning: Baler, Tayabas
Name of Parents: María Dolores Molina...