Benito Natividad

Military Person

1875 – 1964

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Who was Benito Natividad?

General Benito Alejandrino Natividad was a military leader, a governor and a judge. His parents were Gervasia Alejandrino and Mamerto Natividad, Sr. a prominent lawyer and first martyr of Nueva Ecija who was executed by the Spanish authorities on Sept. 26, 1896 in San Isidro, Nueva Ecija. He fought in the Philippine Revolution against Spain and was exiled to Hong Kong with Aguinaldo and other revolutionaries in accordance with the Treaty of Biak Na Bato. He also fought in the Philippine-American War and was one of the last to surrender together with Gen. Manuel Tinio, after the capture of Aguinaldo. He was wounded twice in battle.

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Born
Jan 12, 1875
Also known as
  • General Benito Natividad
Nationality
  • Philippines
Profession
Died
Dec 1, 1964
Intramuros

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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