ANTONIO M. GUEVARRA

He recruited members into "Katipunanang Matatag," which he established.

He raised funds and supplied medicine and munitions to the revolutionist in Cavite. He later helped Crispulo Aguinaldo build trenches between the towns of Muntinlupa and San Pedro Tunasan to block the enemy's advance.

As a messenger of the Supremo Andres Bonifacio, he carried letters letters from the Supremo to the Brains of the Katipunan, Emilio Jacinto.

During a Filipino-American war , he served the revolutionary government in the two Camarines Provinces.

Date of Birth: Unrecorded
Place of Birth: San Pedro Tunasan, Laguna
Date of Death: Unrecorded

Values Exhibited:

  Patriotism
  Commitment
  Courage
  Unity

Learning Message:

Ang pagkakaisa at buong loob na pakikilahok ay kailangan upang matamo ang tagumpay. (Unity and commitment are needed to attain success.)

May ibat-ibang paraan ng pakikipag laban para sa bayan. (There are different ways of fighting for one's country.)

MAXIMO INOCENCIO

He was implicated in the Cavite Mutiny of 1872 and was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment and deported to Cartagena, Spain. He was a supported of the Propaganda Movement abroad.

He was again implicated in the 1896 Revolution and was found guilty of rebellion. He was executed as one of the 13 martyrs of Cavite.

Date of Birth: November 18, 1833
Place of Birth: Cavite, Cavite
Date of Death: September 12, 1896

Values Exhibited:

  Diligence
  Patriotism
  Resourcefulness

Learning Message:

Kung tagumpay ang layon mo, maging malikhain, disiplinado at determinado. (If success is your goal, be creative, disciplined and determined.)


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