Aguinaldo Emilio

Emilio Aguinaldo

BIOGRAPHICAL DATA*

AGUINALDO, EMILIO

Birth March 22, 1869 in Kawit, Cavite
Parents Carlos Aguinaldo y Jamir
Trinidad Famy
Ethnic Affiliation Tagalog
Spouse Hilaria del Rosario (married 1896, died 1921)
Maria Agoncillo (married 1930)
Children Carmen, Emilio Jr.
Education Public schools in Kawit
Private tutors
Colegio de San Juan de Letran – bachillerato (college preparatory)
Profession prior to politics Entrepreneur
Previous Positions Cabeza de Barangay of Binakayan, Kawit
Capitan Municipal, Kawit, Cavite
Revolutionary General
Political Party Partidong politikal Paksyong Magdalo ng Katipunan (1897-1901)
Partido Filipinista (1935)/ National Socialist Party (1935)
Election Adversaries Andres Bonifacio, General Mariano Trias (1897 Tejeros Convention)
Manuel L. Quezon, Gregorio Aglipay (1935)
Term of Office President of the Biak-na-Bato Republic: November 2, 1897-December 15, 1897
Dictator of the Dictatorial Government: May 24, 1898 –June 22, 1898
President of the Revolutionary Government: June 23, 1898 – January 22, 1899

President of the Philippine Republic (Malolos Republic):
January, 23 1899 – 23 March 1901

Itinatag ang Unang Republika ng Pilipinas sa Konstitusyon ng
Malolos noong Enero 21, 1899 sa Malolos, Bulacan at nagtagal
hanggang nahuli si Aguinaldo sa Palanan, Isabela ng mga Amerikano noong Marso 1, 1901.
Administrasyon at Gabinete
Nagkaroon ng dalawang gabinete si Pangulong Aguinaldo na siyang dahilan ng kanyang pamumuno sa pamamagitan ng mga dekrito.
Pangalawang Pangulo Mariano Trías
Punong Ministro Apolinario Mabini
Pedro Paterno
Ministro ng Pananalapi Mariano Trías
Hugo Ilagan
Ministro ng Interyor Teodoro Sandico
Severino de las Alas
Ministro ng Pandigmaan Baldomero Aguinaldo
Mariano Trias
Ministro ng Kagalingan Gracio Gonzaga
Ministro ng Ugnayang Panlabas Apolinario Mabini
Felipe Buencamino
Ministro ng Pampublikong Kautusan Aguedo Velarde
Ministro ng Pagawaing Bayan at Komunikasyon Máximo Paterno
Ministro ng Pagsasaka, Industriya at Kalakalan León María Guerrero
Age at Inauguration 29 (Malolos Republic)
Death February 6, 1964, Veterans Memorial Hospital, Quezon City
*From Malaya, J. Eduardo,    and Jonathan E. Malaya. …So Help Us God: The
Presidents of the Philippines and Their Inaugural Addresses. Pasig: Anvil
Publishing Inc., 2004. Reproduced with permission of the authors.

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