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He was an Ibanag writer. He became the wealthiest person in Isabela after founding Campania Cagayan, a subsidary of Campania General de Tabacos.When Aguinaldo appointed him as provincial governor, he used his own money to meet administrative expenses, including the maitenance of troops.

Date of Birth: Unrecorded
Place of Birth: Cabagan, Isabela
Date of Death: March 18, 1909

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Ang pagmamalasakit sa kapakanan ng kapwa tulad ay tulad na rin ng pagmamahal sa sarili at sa Lumikha. (Concern for one's fellow is the same as love for self and Creator.)

Ang pagmamahal sa bayan ay maipapamalas sa iba't-ibang paraan. (Love of country may be shown in varied ways.)

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