Andres bonifacio (1863-1897), a filipino revolutionary hero, founded the katipunan, a secret society which spearheaded the uprising against the spanish and laid the groundwork for the first philippine republic andres bonifacio was born in tondo, manila, on nov 30, 1863. Andres bonifacio was married to his wife gregoria de jesus 1 he married his wife twice in roman catholic rites in binondo church in the years 1893 and 1894 2 he had a son with gregoria de jesus who later died because of the illness small pox b andres bonifacio was orphaned at an early age and struggled to support his siblings 1. Bonifacio’s death: an execution or a murder but then the council retorted, they again persuade general aguinaldo to retract his decision to death by firing squad bonifacio’s trial are they crazy andres bonifacio is the father and founder of the katipunan.
Capture, trial and death a party of aguinaldo's men led by agapito bonzón and josé ignacio paua met with bonifacio at his camp in indang unaware of the order for his arrest, bonifacio received them cordially the next day, bonzón and paua attacked bonifacio's camp. The bonifacio burial marker in maragondon, cavite what gives the trial an even more recurring disquietude was the marker in maragondon that explicitly memorialized the bonifacio’s burial the marker was erected by the fraternal ordel legionarios del trabajo to perpetuate for future generations the truth that bonifacio was buried on april 26, 1897, three days after the april 23 limbon attack.
Bonifacio and his brother procopio were sentenced to death on may 8, 1897, supposedly on aguinaldo's orders two days after, they were brought to mt nagpatong, where gen lazaro makapagal carried out the sentence and shot the brothers.
Records of the trial of andres bonifacio and his men, see folios 27 – 32 and 47 – 48 cicero, de oratore, ii, 62 in richard j paxton, “a deafening silence: history textbooks and the students who read them”, review of educational research (fall 1999), vol 69, no 3, p 315.
The current installment of the commemoration features a retrospective on—if not a reenactment-on-paper of—the trial of andres bonifacio, a trial that was the natural progression from the events and the outcome of the tejeros convention tejeros was the gathering that, on the surface, sought to become the rudimentary foundations of a filipino-led government.
On may 10, 1897, both procopio and andres bonifacio likely were shot dead by a firing squad on nagpatong mountain some accounts say that andres was too weak to stand, due to untreated battle wounds, and was actually hacked to death in his stretcher instead andres was just 34 years old. Since this year marks the 150th birth year of andres, in this blog article, one event of his life caught my attention, it’s all about his execution you see andres bonifacio was executed by the orders of the military tribunal.