Unsung Heroes of the Philippines

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Unsung Heroes refer to the so-called “Forgotten People” in Philippine history – people who, unfortunately, were not given much attention in traditional studies and mainstream histories, but are equally heroic in their own simple yet significant ways. They are the peripherally discussed or rarely mentioned people who have nonetheless distinguished themselves for their heroic deeds and martyrdoms. They have often worked behind “prominent” heroes, but have done dangerous and complicated tasks which made many battles and revolts possible, if not successful.

And now, Filipinos should recognize the heroism and patriotism of these “Unsung Heroes” who have contributed to the development of Filipino nationalism and the transformation of Philippine society.

Northern Luzon

  1. Federico I. Abaya
  2. Jose T. Bugallon
  3. Marcelino Crisologo
  4. Lorenzo Fenoy
  5. Fernando Guirnalda
  6. Dimas Guzman
  7. Daniel Maramba
  8. Vicente del Prado
  9. Francisco B. Reinoso
  10. Francisco Roman
  11. Bonifacio Villaflor
  12. Floro Crisologo
  13. Manuel Torrano Lahoz
  14. Richard Rodriguez

Central Luzon and Manila

  1. Arcadio Arellano
  2. Espiridiona Bonifacio
  3. Procopio C. Bonifacio
  4. Felipe Buencamino Sr.
  5. Nicolas Capistrano
  6. Telesforo Chuidian
  7. Geronimo M. Cristobal
  8. Arsenio Crus-Herrera
  9. Agueda Esteban
  10. Edilberto T. Evangelista
  11. Regino Garcia
  12. Maximo Hizon
  13. Francisco Makabulos
  14. Mamerto Natividad Jr.
  15. Pio del Pilar
  16. Matea Rodriguez
  17. Anacleto del Rosario
  18. Felipe Salvador
  19. Adriana Sangalang
  20. Rosa Sevilla
  21. Juan Crisostomo Soto
  22. Trinidad Tecson
  23. Aurelio Tolentino
  24. Isidro Torres
  25. Sancho Valenzuela
  26. Rosario N. Villaruel
  27. Maximo S. Viola
  28. Flaviano Yengko
  29. Lorenzo Zialcita
  30. Mariano Llanera
  31. Pantaleon Valmonte
  32. Lino G. Dizon

Southern Luzon and Bicol

  1. Domingo Abella
  2. Macario Adriatico
  3. Felipe Agoncillo
  4. Marcella Agoncillo
  5. Hilaria del Rosario Aguinaldo
  6. Mariano Alvarez
  7. Roman Basa
  8. Ambrosio Rianzares Bautista
  9. Vito Belarmino
  10. Juan Cailles
  11. Ananias Diokno
  12. Antonio M. Guevarra
  13. Maximo Inocencio
  14. Victoriano Luciano
  15. Gregoria Montoyo
  16. Simon Ola
  17. Ricardo Paras Sr.
  18. Mariano Riego de Dios
  19. Paciano Rizal
  20. Luciano San Miguel
  21. Gliceria Marella Villavicencio
  22. Sixto Lopez
  23. Nicolas Gonzales
  24. Eleuterio Marasigan
  25. Galicano Apacible

Western Visayas

  1. Juan A. Araneta
  2. Ramon Avancena
  3. Francisco del Castillo
  4. Domingo T. Franco
  5. Leandro Fullon
  6. Patrocinio Gamboa
  7. Candido Iban
  8. Nazaria Lagos
  9. Pascual Magbanua
  10. Teresa F. Magbanua
  11. Quintin Salas
  12. Pantaleon Villegas

Central and Eastern Visayas

  1. Manuel Artigas
  2. Bangkao (Bancao)
  3. Dagami
  4. Eugenio S. Daza
  5. Tomas Hermosisima
  6. Julio Llorente
  7. Filemon Sotto
  8. Vicente Sotto
  9. Juan Ponce Sumuroy
  10. Tamblot
  11. Jaime D. de Veyra

Mindanao and Sulu

  1. Hadji Butu Abdul Baqui
  2. Sultan Muizz ud-Din
  3. Sultan Pangiram Buddiman (Muhamad Ul-halim)
  4. Kapitan Laut Buisan
  5. Datu Dimasankay
  6. Simeon Gonzalez
  7. Wenceslao Gonzalez
  8. Panglima Hassan
  9. Sultan Kudarat
  10. Datu Malinug (Tahir-ud-din)
  11. Martyrs of the Battle of Bud Bagsak
  12. Martyrs of the Battle of Bud Dajo
  13. Datu Amai Pakpak (Datu Akadir)
  14. Datu Pandak
  15. Panginan Sarikula
  16. Sirongan (Silongan)
  17. Datu Tagal
  18. Datu Tungul
  19. Datu Ubal
  20. Datu Usap
  21. Datu Utto
  22. Apolinar Velez
  23. Sultan Muwalil Wasit

Source

Unsung Heroes knowledge database

Citation

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