Mariano Limjap

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Mariano Limjap (October 19, 1856 – March 4, 1926) was a Filipino revolutionary who is part of the Katipunan (KKK). He was a businessman (one of the best in the country), philanthropist, and nationalist. He was incarcerated by the Spanish for funding the Manila battalion when in fact his only "crime" was patriotism. After the Philippine–American War, he was included in the committee for the creation of a Rizal monument in Luneta as decreed by Act No. 243, approved by the United States Philippine Commission.[1]

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  1. ^ Division of Insular Affairs, War Department (1901). "Public Laws and Resolutions Passed by the United States Philippine Commission", p.689. Washington: Government Printing Office.

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