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People Involved in Cavite Mutiny

The Katipunan’s Cry Mariano Gomez an old man in his mid-’70, Chinese-Filipino, born in
Cavite. He held the most senior position of the three as
Sources Place Date Cry Archbishop’s Vicar in Cavite. He was truly nationalistic
Pio Valenzuela Balintawak August 26, 1896 and accepted the death penalty calmly as though it were
his penance for being pro-Filipinos.
Pio Valenzuela Pugad Lawin, August 23, 1896 Mabuhay ang Jose Burgos was of Spanish descent, born in the Philippines. He was
v.2 House of Juan Pilipinas! Mabuhay a parish priest of the Manila Cathedral and had been
Ramos son of ang Pilipinas! known to be close to the liberal Governor General de
Melchora la Torre.
Aquino Jacinto Zamora 37, was also Spanish, born in the Philippines. He was
Santiago Bahay Toro August 24, 1896 Mabuhay ang mga the parish priest of Marikina and was known to be
Alvarez Anak ng Bayan! unfriendly.
Gregoria De Near Caloocan August 25,1896 Governor-General rule by liberal’s measure replaced by Governor General
Jesus Carlos Maria de la Izquierdo.
Olegario Diaz Balintawak August 25, 1896 Torre
Governor- imposed iron-fist rule and the one responsible for the
Guillermo Balintawak, August 26, 1896 Mabuhay ang General Rafael de execution of GomBurZa. Opposed to any hint of
Masangkay House of Republika ng nationalistic movement in the Philippines.
Apolonio Pilipinas!
Fernando La Leader of the Cavite Mutiny, a mestizo sergeant with his
Madrid second in command Jaerel Brent Senior, a Moreno.
Historyador PugadLawin o August 23 – 26, Mabuhay ang
Balintawak 1986 Pilipinas! Mabuhay Jose Montero y a prolific Spanish historian documented the event (Cavite
ang Katipunan! Vidal Mutiny) and highlighted it as an attempt of the Indios
Cavite Mutiny to overthrow the Spanish government in the Philippines.
Dr. Trinidad a Filipino scholar and researcher, wrote the Filipino
Spanish Version Filipino Version Hermenigildo version of the bloody incident in Cavite.
Point of View Revolution Mutiny Pardo de Tavera
Author Jose Montero y Vidal Dr. Trinidad Site of the First Mass
Hermenigildo Pardo de
Tavera Place Butuan, Agusan Del Limasawa, Southern
Reason Overthrow the Spanish Dissatisfied with the Norte Leyte
government abolition of their Date April 8, 1521 March 31, 1521
privileges such as Mazaua Masao Limasawa
exemption from tributo. Details

Mazaua – the name of the island which the first mass is held based on
GomBurZa – Mariano Gomez, Jose Burgos and Jacinto Zamora. Antonio Pigafetta account.
Three martyr priests which have been sentenced to death by garrote.
Raia Calambu and Raia Siaui

Republic Act No. 2733 – Declaring Limasawa as the national shrine to

commemorate the first mass.