List of Filipino generals in the Philippine Revolution and the Philippine–American War

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Leaders and General officers[edit]

Filipino Generals in the Philippine Revolution of 1896 and the Filipino-American War of 1899
Name
Baldomero Aguinaldo
Crispulo Aguinaldo
Emilio Aguinaldo
Jose Alejandrino
Mariano Álvarez
Santiago Alvarez
Pascual Alvarez
Vicente Alvarez
Juan Araneta
Pablo S. Araneta
Marcelino Aure
Ramón Avanceña
Hermogenes Bautista
Vito Belarmino
Pantaleon Belmonte
Ramon Bernardo
Andrés Bonifacio
Ciriaco Bonifacio
Procopio Bonifacio
Juan Cailles
Nicolas Capistrano
Cardenas
Arsenio Climaco
Juan Climaco
Venancio Concepcion
Esteban Contreras
Gregorio Coronel
Angel Corteza
Martin Delgado
Mariano Riego de Dios
Tiburcio De Leon
Francisco del Castillo
Gregorio del Pilar
Pío del Pilar
Aguedo del Rosario
Valentín Díaz
Ananais Diokno
Salvador Estrella
Edilberto Evangelista
Vicente Fernández
Luis Flores
Leandro Fullon
Florencio Garcia
Pantaleon Garcia
Licerio Gerónimo
Nicolas Gonzales
Gregorio Aglipay
Simon Gonzales
Adriano Hernandez
Emilio Jacinto
Maximo Hizon
Agueda Kahabagan
Aniceto Lacson
Urbano Lacuna
Mariano Llanera
Roque Lopez
Payat Lucino
Mateo Luga
Vicente Lukbán
Antonio Luna
Elias Magbanua
Pascual Magbanua
Teresa Magbanua[1]
Francisco Macabulos
Miguel Malvar
Eleuterio Marasigan
Guillermo Masangkay
Tomás Mascardo
Arcadio Maxilom
Diego Mojica
Antonio Montenegro
Gregoria Montoya
Julio Nakpil
Benito Natividad
Jose Salvador Natividad
Mamerto Natividad
Mariano Noriel
Simeón Ola
Jose Ignacio Paua
Perfecto Poblador
Nicolas Portilla
Artemio Ricarte
Rupert Reus
Fermin Rivas
Claro Rivera
Trinidad Tecson
Manuel Tinio
Candido Tirona
Daniel Tirona
Lazaro Toledo
Glicerio Topacio
Isidro Torres
Mariano Trías
Pío Valenzuela
Miguel Valmoria
Pantaleon Villegas
Flaviano Yengko

Notes:

  1. ^ Affiliation here refers to support of political fractions or individuals in the Katipunan movement.
  2. ^ Province here refers to provinces within the individual's areas of operational responsibilities.

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Works cited in footnotes[edit]

General references[edit]

  1. ^ Bernard A. Cook. Women and War: A Historical Encyclopedia from Antiquity to the Present. ABC-CLIO. p. 465. ISBN 978-1-85109-770-8.