Juan Alegre

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Senador
Juan Bautista Alegre y Levantino
Sen. Juan B. Alegre.JPG
Senador kan ika-6 na Distrito
Termino
1922–1925
Termino
1925–1928
Personal na mga detalye
Kamundagan Juan Bautista Alegre y Levantino
(1882-02-02)2 Pebrero 1882
Casiguran, Sorsogon, Flag of the Philippines.svg Philippines, Captaincy General of the Philippines
Kagadanan 14 Hunyo 1931(1931-06-14) (edad 49)
Manila, Commonwealth of the Philippines
Lulubngan La Loma Cemetery
Partido politikal Partido Nacionalista, Partido Democrata
Agom Amanda ("Aimee") Sargent[1]
Mga aki (1) Narciso ; (2) Narciso Joseph; (3) Anita ; (4) Juan Bautista, Jr.; (5) Maria Cristina; (6) José
Edukasyon Yale Law School

Si Juan Bautista Alegre y Levantino (Pebrero 2, 1882 - Hunyo 14, 1931) dating senador kan Filipinas. Siya nagtukaw sa Ikaanom na Lehislatura poon 1922-1925[2] asin Ikapitong Lehislatura kan Filipinas poon 1925-1928[3] bilang representante kan ika-6 na Distrito na binibilog kan dating limang probinsya kan Kabikolan na iyo an Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, Albay na sakop pa an Catanduanes, Sorsogon asin Masbate. Naelihir liwat si Alegre sa Senado kan 1928 alagad bàgo pa makatukaw siya nagadan huli sa hilang sa ulser sa edad na 49 taon. Si Jose O. Vera an nagribay sa saiyang pwesto kan manggana ini sa sarong sadyang pirilian.[4]

Biograpiya[baguhon | baguhon an source]

Hongkong, Desyembre 14, 1918.

Nakatukaw poon sa wala patoo: U.S. Consul sa Hongkong, Aurora Aragon de Quezon, Presidente kan Senado Manuel L. Quezon, Tomas Earnshaw.

Nakatindog poon sa wala patoo: Huwes Guillermo Guevara, Luis R. Yangco, Jose Syquia, Sen. Juan B. Alegre, Carlos Cuyugan, Sec. Jorge V. Vargas, Bernabe Bustamante.

Si Juan B. Alegre namundag kaitong Pebrero 2, 1882 sa Casiguran, Sorsogon. Kaitong 1926, siya buminalyo nin estaran pasiring sa Irosin, Sorsogon.

Si Alegre tagsadiri[5] nin tanuman que abaca asin saro sa mga kaiguwahon na tao[6] sa Pilipinas kaitong panahon. Siya naging Presidente kan Chamber of Commerce of the Philippine Islands magpoon 1920 jasta 1921, nang dangan saro sa mga capitalista kaitong Philippines Herald[7][8][9] diario. Si Alegre kinasal kay Amanda Sargent.[10][11][12] An mga nawalat niyang aki kaitong pagkagadan niya apat.

Pagkatapos niya sa pag- adal sa Pilipinas, si Alegre nag-eskwela sa Yale University poon 1903 jasta 1905. Pero kinaipo niyang bayaan an 3Ls niya na pag adal sa Yale por dahil sa mga trabajo sa negosyo asin sa pagkagadan kan sa iyang ama na si Narciso Alegre y Pellicer.

Kaitong 1922 na eleger siya sa Senado[13] sa Sixth Senatorial District[14] para sa Partido Nacionalista. Pagkatapos kan tulong taon, na boto na naman siya sa 7th Philippine Legislature.[15] Pero pagka pierde niya sa saro man na kapartido para sa ikatulong termino, nagbalyo siya sa Partido Democrata.

Para sa Partido Democrata, nang-gana na naman siya sa Senado. Pero bag-o siya nakatukaw sa puwesto niya sa 9th Philippine Legislature, nagadan siya sa harong niya sa Manila pagka-sumpa[16] niya sa edad na 49[17] kaitong Junyo 14, 1931,[18] segun sa complicacion sa gastric ulcer.[19][20] An puwesto niya ay na ocupa ni Jose O. Vera[21][22] sa bisa kan special election.[23] Si Alegre ay narurumduman nato sa ngaran kaitong tinampo sa atubangan mismo kan Sorsogon Provincial Capitol, nang dangan sa ngaran kaitong Park sa Capitolyo.[24][25] Makuapo nya an kompositor-gitarista na si Johnny Alegre.

Toltolan[baguhon | baguhon an source]

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  4. Orbitwaryo Juan B. Alegre, Philippine Magazine Tomo. 28 blg. 1 Hulyo 1931
  5. Nolasco, Clarita (2019). The Creoles in Spanish Philippines (Reprint). Quezon City, NCR, Philippines: Pantas Publishing and Printing Co. p. 53. ISBN 978-621-95835-9-6. 
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  8. The Philippines herald: pioneer Filipino daily in English. Manila: Peoples Press. 1920. 
  9. "The Philippines herald." (in English). 1920. OCLC 11295869. https://www.worldcat.org/title/philippines-herald/oclc/11295869. 
  10. Sargent, William (1899). Sargent Record. St. Johnsbury, Vermont: The Californian Co. Publishers. p. 679. 
  11. Sargent, Winthrop (1922). Early Sargents of New England. Philadelphia: Ad-Service Printing Co. 
  12. Sargent, John S. (April 19, 2018). Sargent Genealogy: Hugh Sargent, of Courteenhall, Northamptonshire, and His Descendants in England; William Sargent, of Malden, New England, and His Descendants in America (Classic Reprint) (Classic Reprint (Hardcover) ed.). Forgotten Books. p. 254. ISBN 978-1528478601. 
  13. "History of the Senate of the Philippines". officialgazette.gov.ph. Archived from the original on 2021-05-06.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  14. "List of Previous Senators, Sixth Legislature". Senate of the Philippines 18th Congress. Senate of the Philippines. 
  15. "List of Previous Senators, Seventh Legislature". Senate of the Philippines 18th Congress. Senate of the Philippines. 
  16. "JUAN B. ALEGRE DIES; PHILIPPINE SENATOR; Took Oath of Office Just Before Succumbing" (in English). New York Times. 15 June 1931. p. 18. https://www.nytimes.com/1931/06/15/archives/juan-b-alegre-dies-philippine-senator-fiery-politician-who-studied.html. 
  17. "JUAN B. ALEGRE DIES; PHILIPPINE SENATOR; His Loss a Blow to Party" (in English). New York Times. 15 June 1931. p. 18. https://www.nytimes.com/1931/06/15/archives/juan-b-alegre-dies-philippine-senator-fiery-politician-who-studied.html. 
  18. "News of the World, Philippine Magazine: May 15 – June 14, 1931". Official Gazette. EDP/IT Division of the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO). Archived from the original on 2021-05-06. 
  19. News of the World: The Philippines, Juan B. Alegre, Philippine Magazine (Vol. 28, no. 1, p. 63) July 1, 1931
  20. "Philippine Magazine Volume 28 No. 1". The United States and its Territories 1870 to 1925: The Age of Imperialism. Ginn & Company Educational Publishers. July 1931. p. 63. 
  21. "Philippine Magazine Volume 28 No. 1". The United States and its Territories 1870 to 1925: The Age of Imperialism. Ginn & Company Educational Publishers. August 1931. p. 205. 
  22. "JUAN B. ALEGRE DIES; PHILIPPINE SENATOR; Election of Another Democrat in His Place Unlikely" (in English). New York Times. 15 June 1931. p. 18. https://www.nytimes.com/1931/06/15/archives/juan-b-alegre-dies-philippine-senator-fiery-politician-who-studied.html. 
  23. Sakdalan, Benito M. (July 1931). "Philippine Magazine Volume 28 No. 1 (First Session of the Ninth Legislature)". The United States and its Territories 1870 to 1925: The Age of Imperialism. Philippines Herald. p. 323. 
  24. "The Sorsogon Provincial Capitol Park". LocalPhilippines.com. 
  25. Rielo, Nik. "Provincial Capitol and Park of Sorsogon". Pinoy on the Road. Archived from the original on 2021-05-06. 

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