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Father of Jose Rizal who was the youngest of 13 offsprings of Juan and Cirila Mercado. Born in Biñan, Laguna on April 18, 1818; studied in San Jose College, Manila; and died in Manila. TEODORA ALONSO (1827-1913)
Mother of Jose Rizal who was the second child of Lorenzo Alonso and Brijida de Quintos. She studied at the Colegio de Santa Rosa. She was a business-minded woman, courteous, religious, hard-working and well-read. She was born in Santa Cruz, Manila on November 14, 1827 and died in 1913 in Manila. Teodora Alonso Rizal SATURNINA RIZAL (1850-1913)
Eldest child of the Rizal-Alonzo marriage. Married Manuel Timoteo Hidalgo of Tanauan, Batangas. Saturnina Rizal PACIANO RIZAL (1851-1930)
Only brother of Jose Rizal and the second child. Studied at San Jose College in Manila; became a farmer and later a general of the Philippine Revolution. Paciano Rizal NARCISA RIZAL (1852-1939)
The third child. married Antonio Lopez at Morong, Rizal; a teacher and musician. Narcisa Rizal OLYMPIA RIZAL (1855-1887)
The fourth child. Married Silvestre Ubaldo; died in 1887 from childbirth. Olympia Rizal LUCIA RIZAL (1857-1919)
The fifth child. Married Matriano Herbosa. Lucia Rizal MARIA RIZAL (1859-1945)
The sixth child. Married Daniel Faustino Cruz of Biñan, Laguna.
Maria Rizal JOSE RIZAL (1861-1896)
The second son and the seventh child. He was executed by the Spaniards on December 30,1896.Became a National Hero of the Philippines. Jose Rizal CONCEPCION RIZAL (1862-1865)
The eight child. Died at the age of three. Concepcion Rizal JOSEFA RIZAL (1865-1945)
The ninth child. An epileptic, died a spinster.
Josefa Rizal TRINIDAD RIZAL (1868-1951)
The tenth child. Died a spinster and the last of the family to die.
Trinidad Rizal SOLEDAD RIZAL (1870-1929)
The youngest child married Pantaleon Quintero.
Soledad Rizal Rizal's Family Tradition The Rizal family’s traditions are bound by spirituality and firm moral ground. Everyday, they used to gather to pray the rosary. Their mother would often tell the children to gather up so they can say their prayers together.
They were filled with obedience, virtue, as well as mutual respect and love for each other, especially for their parents. The Rizal children addressed their parents as “Tatay” and “Nanay”.
Hence, when Jose lost his little sister Concha in 1865, he grieved bitterly. For the first time, according to him, he cried because of sorrow and love.
The children also learned a lot from their first teacher, their mother Dona Teodora. She was loving, kind, and indulgent, but can be a true disciplinarian. There was actually one occasion when Jose refused to wear a sinamay camisa since it was rough and coarse. Because of his disobedience, his mother spanked him. Hence, he learned his lesson so well.
Aside from this, Dona Teodora also taught her children to read the Bible. She translated those passages they did not understand to inculcate in them the value of spirituality and goodness out of reading the Holy Scripture.