There were at least nine women linked with Rizal; namely
Segunda Katigbak, Leonor Valenzuela, Leonor Rivera, Consuelo Ortiga,
O-Sei San, Gertrude Beckette, Nelly Boustead, Suzanne Jacoby and
Josephine Bracken. These women might have been beguiled by his
intelligence, charm and wit.
Segunda Katigbak and Leonor Valenzuela
Segunda Katigbak was her puppy love. Unfortunately, his
first love was engaged to be married to a town mate- Manuel Luz.
After his admiration for a short girl in the person of Segunda, then
came Leonor Valenzuela, a tall girl from Pagsanjan. Rizal send her
love notes written in invisible ink, that could only be deciphered
over the warmth of the lamp or candle. He visited her on the eve of
his departure to Spain and bade heckett
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While Rizal was in London annotating the Sucesos de las Islas
Filipinas, he boarded in the house of the Beckett family, within
walking distance of the British Museum. Gertrude, a blue-eyed and
buxom girl was the oldest of the three Beckett daughters. She fell
in love with Rizal. Tottie helped him in his painting and sculpture.
But Rizal suddenly left London for Paris to avoid Gertrude, who was
seriously in love with him. Before leaving London, he was able to
finish the group carving of the Beckett sisters. He gave the group
carving to Gertrude as a sign of their brief relationship.
Rizal having lost Leonor Rivera, entertained the
thought of courting other ladies. While a guest of the Boustead
family at their residence in the resort city of B left Europe.
In 1890, Rizal moved to Brussels because of the high cost of
living in Paris. In Brussels, he lived in the boarding house of the
two Jacoby sisters. In time, they fell deeply in love with each
other. Suzanne cried when Rizal left Brussels and wrote him when he
was in Madrid.
In the last days of February 1895, while still in Dapitan,
Rizal met an 18-year old petite Irish girl, with bold blue eyes,
brown hair and a happy disposition. She was Josephine Bracken, the
adopted daughter of George Taufer from Hong Kong, who came to
Dapitan to seek Rizal for eye treatment. Rizal was physically
attracted to her. His loneliness and boredom must have taken the
measure of him an of some incidence, which might have shocked or frightened her.