Biography felipe buencamino was born on in san miguel

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Biography Felipe Buencamino was born on August 23, 1848 in San Miguel de Mayumo in the Philippine province of Bulacan . His original surname was Magalingdaan, until ordered by the Spaniards was changed to Buencamino. His parents were Victor Buencamino and Petrona Siojo. At age eleven Buencamino moved to the Philippine capital Manila, where he completed his secondary school education. Following Buencamino studied at the University of Santo Tomas (UST) and earned a Bachelor of Arts diploma. In 1868 he dropped out of college to work as a copyist at the UST. During this period he was a short time in prison, because of the voice of an unwanted slogan. Through the Spanish Governor General of the Philippines Carlos Maria de la Torre , he was released after four months. In 1884 he completed a rights study, after which he worked as a realtor for the Audiencia of Manila . Later he was appointed fiscal and again Buencamino was later appointed as interim judge of Batanes (1886) and Tayabas (1888). After the outbreak of the Philippine Revolution Buencamino remained loyal to the Spaniards. He was by Governor Fernando Primo de Rivera appointed lieutenant and fought in battles in Kamansi and Mount Arayat . On October 16, 1897 he became Governor-General Basilio Agustín awarded a Bronze Cross and appointed lieutenant colonel and commander of the 800 male volunteers corps. With the corps he fought in battles in San Antonio Abad, Zapote Bridge and Muntinglupa. Over time, followed by a promotion to colonel. At a certain moment Buencamino was, however, suspected to be a spy. He was locked in the prison of Osario in Kawit. Although he quickly by Governor General Agustin released he decided to join after this experience at the Philippine revolutionary movement. In 1898 when there was Buencamino Cavite Philippine independence was proclaimed by Emilio Aguinaldo . He was one of the members of the Malolos Congress and sat on the committee that the Constitution of the Philippines wrote. On September 26 1898 he was appointed by Aguinaldo to foreign minister. After the outbreak of the Filipino-American war Buencamino was appointed director of the military tribunal, with the rank of colonel, a position he held until he resigned in June 1899. On November 17, 1899 Buencamin was captured by the Americans. After five months of imprisonment, he was released on April 16, 1900. Shortly thereafter, he became politically active. That same year he founded the Federal Party at a party who sought cooperation with the Americans and the inclusion of the country as one of the US states In 1902 Buencamino was one of the founders of the Philippine Independent Church . He was master of the Philippine lodge and secretary of the Popualar National Party.
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Buencamino died in 1929 at the age of 80. He was married to Juana Arnedo and got her ten children. After her death in 1883 Buencamino married Guadalupe Abreu. With her he had three sons, Victor , Felipe jr. And Philip.
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