Pablo Ocampo

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Pablo Ocampo
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Resident Commissioner of the Philippines
In office
November 22, 1907 – November 22, 1909
Serving with Benito Legarda
Succeeded by Manuel L. Quezon
2nd Vice-Mayor of Manila
In office
August 8, 1912 – March 6, 1920
Preceded by Ramón J. Fernández
Succeeded by Juan Posadas, Jr.
Personal details
Born (1853-01-25)January 25, 1853
Manila, Captaincy General of the Philippines
Died February 5, 1925(1925-02-05) (aged 72)
Manila, Philippine Islands
Alma mater University of Santo Tomas

Pablo De Leon. Ocampo (January 25, 1853 – February 5, 1925) was a Filipino politician who was a Resident Commissioner from the Philippine Islands to the United States Congress.[1]

Early life and education

Ocampo was born in Manila, Spanish Philippines on January 25, 1853. He studied law at San Juan de Letran College and the University of Santo Tomas graduating in 1882.[1]

Political life

Ocampo served as the Resident Commissioner from the Philippine Islands to the United States Congress from November 22, 1907 to November 22, 1909. He served as a Manilla representative in the 2nd Philippine Legislature from March 28, 1910 to February 6, 1912.[1]

Death

Ocampo died on February 5, 1925 in Manila. He is buried at the La Loma Catholic Cemetery.[1]

References

United States House of Representatives
Preceded by
office created
Resident Commissioner of the Philippines
1907–1909
Served alongside: Benito Legarda
Succeeded by
Manuel L. Quezon