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Transcript of RIZAL

Dr. Jose Rizal "National Hero of the Philippines” Unique example of a many splendored genius

Endowed by God with versatile gifts

Political martyr The Birth of a Hero “Jose“

Christian Saint San Jose

Lt. Gen. Jose Lemery

Feb. 2, 1861 to July 7, 1862 June 19, 1861

Calamba, Laguna

Catholic Church

Father Rufino Collantes

Father Pedro Casanas Rizal’s Parents Rizal’s Father 7th of the eleven children Francisco Mercado Rizal (1818 – 1898) Rizal’s Mother Teodora Alonso Realonda (1826 – 1911) The Rizal Children Saturnina (1850 – 1913)
oldest of the Rizal children
Manuel T. Hidalgo of Tanawan, Batangas. Paciano (1851 – 1930)
older brother and confidant of Jose Rizal
Philippine Revolution
died on April 13, 1930 at aged of 79.
He had children by his mistress (Severina Decena) Narcisa (1852 – 1939)
She had a pet name “Sisa”
Antonio Lopez (nephew of Father Leoncio Lopez), a school teacher of Morong Olimpia (1855 – 1887)
She had a pet name “Ypia”
Silvestre Ubaldo, a telegraph operator from Manila Lucia (1857 – 1919)
Mariano Herbosa of Calamba, nephew of Father Casanas.
He died of Cholera
Denied Christian Burial because he was a brother – in – law of Dr. Rizal Maria (1859 – 1945)
Daniel Faustino Cruz of Biñan, Laguna JOSE (1861 – 1896)
Greatest Filipino Hero and Peerless Genius
Josephine Bracken
“Francisco” Concepcion (1862 – 1865)
She had pet name “Concha”
She died at the age of 3 Josefa (1865 – 1945)
Her pet name was “Panggoy”
She died an old maid at the age of 80 Trinidad (1868 – 1951)
“Trining” was her pet name
She died an old maid at the age of 83 Soledad (1870 – 1929)
Youngest of the Rizal children
Her pet name was “Choleng”
Pantaleon Quintero of Calamba “He is much finer and more serious than I am; he is bigger and more slim; he is not so dark; his nose is fin, beautiful and sharp, but he is bow – legged.” “Most noble of Filipinos” and “though an Indio, more generous and noble than all the Spaniards put together” Rizal’s Ancestry Lakandula, last native king of Tondo

Eugenio Ursua and Benigna

Regina and Manuel de Quintos

Brigida and Lorenzo Alberto Alonso

Narcisa, Teodora, Gregorio, Manuel and Jose Blood of both East and West
Malayan and Asian manhood
Rizal’s great – great grandfather
Domingo Lameo and Ines de la Rosa
Spanish term surname Mercado means “Market”
Francisco Mercado and Cirila Bernacha
Juan Mercado (Rizal’s grandfather) and Cirila Alejandro
Thirteen children
Francisco Mercado and Teodora Alonso Realonda
June 28, 1848 The Surname Rizal Mercado – real surname

Adopted in 1731 by Domingo Lamco

Rizal – second surname by Spanish Alcalde Mayor “I am the only Rizal because at home my parents, my sisters, my brother, and my relatives have always preferred our old surname Mercado. Our family name was in fact Mercado, but there were many Mercados in the Philippines who are not related to us. It is said that an alcalde mayor, who was a friend of our family added Rizal to our name. my family did not pay much attention to this, but now I have to use it. In this way. In this way, it seems that I am an illegitimate son.” The Rizal Home Dr. Palma one of the Rizal’s prestigious biographers described as follows:

“The house was high and even sumptuous, a solid and massive earthquake – proof structure with sliding shell windows. Thick walls of lime and stone bounded that first floor; the second floor was made entirely of wood except for the roof, which was red tile, in the style of the buildings in Manila at that time . . . At the back there was an azotea and a wide, deep cistern to hold rain water for home use". Stone houses in Calamba
Two storey building
Rectangular in shape
Built of adobe stones and hard – woods and roofed with red tiles
Poultry yard full of turkeys, chickens and a big garden of tropical fruit trees
Wholesome and happy family A Good and Class Family Prinicipalia
Honest, hard work and frugal living
Dominican order
Harvested rice, corn and sugar cane
Raised pigs, chickens, and turkeys
Manage general goods store
Operated a small flour – mill and a home – made ham press
Able to build a large stone house
Private library
Hospitality, gracious to all visitors Home Life of the Rizals Simple, contented and happy life
Close family ties
Love of children and never spoiled them
Strict parents
Love God
Behave well, obedient and respectful
“Spare the rod and spoil the child”
Everyday mass in church
Prayed together daily
Angelus at sunset
Rosary at night
Kissed the hands of their parents
Freedom to play Born in Biñan, Laguna
May 11, 1898
College of San Jose in Manila
Tenant farmer of the Dominican owned hacienda
Independent minded
Talked less and worked more
Strong in body, valiant in spirit
Died in Manila, January 5, 1898, aged 80 years old
Rizal called him “a model of fathers” Sibling relationship was affectionately cordial

Doña or Señora (if married)

Señorita (if single)


Pilosopo Tasio in Noli Me Tangere

Letter to Blumentritt, June 23, 1888

October 12, 1888 Chapter 1
Advent of A National Hero Born in Manila
November 8, 1826
College of Santa Rosa
A remarkable woman, possessing refined culture
Literary talent, business ability
Fortitude of Spartan women
Died in Manila, August 16, 1911, 85 years old Thank You! :)
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