Tomás del Rosario
|Tomás del Rosario|
|Governor of Bataan|
|Preceded by||Harry Goldman|
|Succeeded by||Lorenzo Zialcita|
|Born||Tomás Guillermo del Rosario
February 10, 1857
Binondo, Manila, Captaincy General of the Philippines
|Died||July 4, 1913
Balanga, Bataan, Philippines
Tomás Guillermo T. del Rosario (February 10, 1857 – July 4, 1913) is a Filipino judge and statesman who served as the first Governor of the province of Bataan from 1903 to 1905. He is remembered for advocating the separation of church and state.
Del Rosario was born to Cipriano del Rosario and Severina Tongco in Binondo, Manila. He was a judge of the First Instance of Manila from 1888-96. He was deported to Ceuta, Africa from 1896-97 for alleged involvement in the revolution. Upon his return, he became a delegate of Surigao in the Malolos Congress in 1898 and delegate to the Philippine Assembly from 1909-12.
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