Tanah Perkuburan Utara Manila
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Tanah Perkuburan Utara Manila (Cementerio del Norte), sebesar 54 hektar, ialah perkuburan terbesar dan antara yang tertua di Metro Manila, Filipina. Di sebelahnya terletak dua lagi kuburan penting, Perkuburan La Loma dan Perkuburan Cina Manila. Perkuburan ini dimiliki oleh kerajaan bandar Manila.
Tanah perkuburan ini juga terkenal kerana banyaknya keluarga yang tinggal dalam bangunan-bangunan makam besar.
Notable burials[sunting | sunting sumber]
- María Agoncillo-Aguinaldo (1882-1963), wife of Emilio Aguinaldo. Her tomb once occupied the center of the Mousoleo de los Veteranos de la Revolucion, but was exhumed and reburied at the Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite.
- Gregorio Anonas, Doctor of Law, statesman and Economic Infrastructure Builder under the Commonwealth Government
- Arcadio Arellano, an architect
- José María Basa (1839–1911), a patriot and friend of Dr. Jose Rizal
- Bonifacio Basa Arevalo a dentist; the grandson of Bonifacio Flores Arevalo (First President of the Sociedad Dental de Filipinas or Philippine Dental Association) who was also an Artist/Sculptor
- Don Juan Arevalo - a patriot; the son of Bonifacio Flores Arevalo; Buried at Mousoleo de los Veteranos de la Revolucion, Assembly Member (Declaration of Philippine Independence, Cavite-Viejo, Province of Cavite, 12th day of June 1898)
- José Corazón de Jesús (1896–1932), a poet known as Huseng Batute. Lyricist of the famed protest poem Bayan Ko
- Tomas Cloma, president of the Philippine Maritime Institute, now PMI Colleges. His mausoleum is shaped like a ship, titled SS Last Voyage.
- Doña Narcisa Buencamino vda. de Leon (Doña Sisang), Founder and matriatch of LVN Pictures, Inc. (The "L" of LVN)
- Marcelo H. del Pilar, Philippine author and propagandist. Formerly buried at the Mousoleo de los Veteranos de la Revolucion under the name Plaridel, it was later exhumed and reburied in Plaridel, Bulacan.
- Pio del Pilar (1865-1931), Philippine revolution figure. Buried at the Mousoleo de los Veteranos de la Revolucion
- Manuel Earnshaw (1862–1936), a former resident commissioner to the US Congress
- Manuel Elizalde, businessman. Brother of bandleader Fred Elizalde
- Isauro Gabaldon (1875–1942), a former senator and resident commissioner to the US Congress
- Pedro Guevara (1879–1938), a former senator and resident commissioner to the US Congress
- Francis Burton Harrison (1873–1957), a former American governor-general
- Amado Hernandez, Philippine literary icon and labor leader (National Artist)
- Atang de la Rama-Hernandez, wife of Amado, kundiman singer, actress, and Philippine National Artist
- Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo (1853–1913), a painter
- Justo Lukban, a former Manila mayor
- Arsenio Lacson (1911–1962), a former Manila mayor
- Benito T. Legarda (1853–1915), a vice-president of the Malolos Congress and first resident commissioner of the Philippines to the US Congress.
- Ramon Magsaysay (1907–1957), a former Philippine president. His wife Luz Banzon Magsaysay is also buried with him, as well as his immediate family members.
- Isidro Marfori, famed Spanish-language Philippine poet
- Tomas Morato, Mayor of Calauag, Quezon before became first appointed mayor of Quezon City
- Gregoria de Jesus-Nakpil, wife of Andres Bonifacio, later wife of Julio Nakpil
- Juan Nakpil (1899–1986), a national artist for architecture
- Julio Nakpil (1867–1960), a composer
- Jaime Ongpin, former Secretary of Finance under President Corazon Aquino.
- Sergio Osmeña (1878–1961), a former Philippine president. His wife Esperanza Limjap-Osmeña is also buried with him.
- Quintin B. Paredes (1884–1973), a former House speaker and senator
- Pedro Paterno, 2nd Prime Minister of the Philippines First Republic (Malolos Govt.)
- Fernando Poe, Sr. (1916–1951), a movie actor
- Fernando Poe, Jr. (1939–2004), a movie actor, presidential candidate and national artist
- Gonzalo Puyat, Philippine businessman and tycoon
- Manuel L. Quezon, Commonwealth President. Formerly buried at Arlington National Cemetery. Later transferred at Quezon City Memorial Circle. His son Manuel Jr. now occupies his father's tomb. His wife Aurora Quezon was also buried in a rather undignified tomb, but was exhumed in 2006 and reburied at the Quezon City Memorial Circle.
- Claro M. Recto (1890–1960), a former senator and Spanish language author
- Narcisa Rizal-Lopez, sister of National Hero José Rizal. His parents, Francisco Rizal Mercado and Teodora Alonso Realonda, were once buried there (near Manuel Roxas and Manuel Quezon), but they were later exhumed and reburied in Calamba City, Laguna.
- Manuel A. Roxas (1892–1948), a former Philippine president
- Gerardo "Gerry" Roxas, Sr. (1924–1982), a former senator
- Gerardo A. Roxas, Jr., a former representative of Capiz, son of Gerry.
- Trinidad Roxas, wife of former President Manuel Roxas and former First Lady.
- Epifanio de los Santos (1871–1928), historian. The famous Metro Manila avenue, EDSA, is named after him.
- Andres Solomon (also known as "Tugo" or "Togo"), rotund Philippine actor
- Pancho Villa (1901–1925), famed boxer
- Jose Vera and wife Dolores Vera, Philippine movie moguls (Sampaguita Vera-Perez Productions)
- Manuel Velarde, Jr. - composer of the popular Philippine hit Dahil sa iyo
- Antonio Villegas, a former Manila mayor. Formerly buried in Reno, Nevada, USA.
- Teodoro Yangco (1861–1939), former resident commissioner to the US Congress and businessman (Yangco Market).
- Emilio Jacinto - the brain of Katipunan
- Jose Fortich Ozamis - a former senator
- Reynaldo Nunez - former civil security officer (NAPOCOR)
- Larry Silva - former comedian and Manila councilor
- Trinidad tecson-the revolutionary nurse during the philippine-amerian war
- Manuel de lafuente-a former manila mayor
Tanah kubur kumpulan[sunting | sunting sumber]
- Boy Scout Cenotaph (in honor of the 24 scouts who died in a plane crash en route to the 11th World Scout Jamboree
- Firemen's plot
- Jewish cemetery
- Masonic burial grounds
- Military and police plot
- Mousoleo de los Veteranos de la Revolución
- Thomasites' plot
Lihat juga[sunting | sunting sumber]
- La Loma Cemetery
- Manila Chinese Cemetery
- Libingan ng mga Bayani
- Manila American Cemetery and Memorial
- Scouting memorials
Rujukan[sunting | sunting sumber]
-  "Living with the dead: Manila's North Cemetery," James Chance.