List of Philippine Vice Presidents By Date of Birth

List Of Philippine Vice Presidents By Date Of Birth

This is a complete list of current and former Vice Presidents of the Philippines by date of birth. The list includes Vice Presidents who were inaugurated by as Vice President of the Philippines following the ratification of a constitution that explicitly declared the existence of the Philippines.

Birth
order
Vice President Birthdate Century Order of
office
Birthplace
1 Mariano Trias October 12, 1868 19th 1 San Francisco de Malabon, Cavite
2 Francisco M. Carreón October 5, 1868 N/A Cotabato, Mindanao
3 Ramon Avanceña April 17, 1872 N/A Iloilo City
4 Sergio Osmeña September 9, 1878 2 Cebu City, Cebu
5 Elpidio Quirino November 16, 1890 3 Vigan, Ilocos Sur
6 Benigno Aquino, Sr. September 3, 1894 N/A Concepcion, Tarlac
7 Carlos P. Garcia November 4, 1896 5 Talibon, Bohol
8 Fernando López April 13, 1904 20th 4 and 8 Iloilo City, Iloilo
9 Arturo Tolentino September 19, 1910 9 Tondo, Manila
10 Diosdado Macapagal September 28, 1910 6 Lubao, Pampanga
11 Emmanuel Pelaez November 30, 1915 7 Medina, Misamis Oriental
12 Teofisto Guingona July 4, 1928 13 San Juan, Rizal
13 Salvador H. Laurel November 18, 1928 10 San Juan, Rizal
14 Joseph Ejercito Estrada April 19, 1937 11 Manila
15 Jejomar Binay November 11, 1942 15 Paco, Manila
16 Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo April 5, 1947 12 San Juan, Rizal
17 Noli de Castro July 6, 1949 14 Pola, Oriental Mindoro

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