Daniel Maramba (b. July 21, 1870 – d. December 28, 1941) was a Katipunero who took charge of protecting Sta. Barbara, Pangasinan from pseudo-Katipuneros who were robbing the town during the Revolution. Because of the bravery he showed in taking the towns of Mangaldan and Dagupan back from the Spaniards, he was appointed by Aguinaldo as officer-in-charge of the revolutionary forces in central Pangasinan. He was the nephew of Valentin Diaz, a co-founder of Katipunan.
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