The Families of Old Ilocos Sur

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  1. Carl Vincent Querubin Dalayat Quitoriano said,

    September 5, 2014 at 1:49 am

    From: Carl Vincent Querubin Dalayat Quitoriano
    To: Karen Adoja de Castro

    Good Morning! Yes. I am a relative of yours. Please contact me at carlvincentq@yahoo.com/916 676 1916.

    Any information or contact about Ms. Karen Adoja de Castro (either FB, cellular number of email) Please inform me.

    Thank you.

  2. Lourdesmandy Tongson Pizarro said,

    October 10, 2013 at 4:14 am

    The Sumabat and Flotildes are from Santo Domingo,Ilocos sur

  3. Sha Castaneda said,

    April 13, 2013 at 4:38 am

    I’m trying to search my grand father relatives/family of vigan any information please Juanito(ansing)Navarro Castaneda.
    thank you.

  4. rina flotildes macabangon babaran said,

    March 26, 2012 at 3:05 am

    do you have pieces of information about the sumabat-flotildes clan of sto domingo? my grandfather is querico sumabat flotildes (dec.) and i’m trying to locate his family form ilocos. we never got the chance to meet them.

    thank you.

  5. voltaire q. mallare said,

    February 2, 2011 at 6:21 am

    Do you have something about the Querubins of Caoayan, Ilocos Sur?

  6. Enrique Bustos said,

    June 15, 2010 at 2:55 am

    The Soliven family from Sto Domingo Ilocos Sur

    GOBERNADORCILLOS (SPANISH REGIME 1742-1892)

    Don Pablo Arquero

    Don Lucas Pulano

    Don Jose Alfonso

    Don Miguel Palomar

    Don Antonio Arce

    Don Francisco Quismundo

    Don Ignacio Gabriel

    Don Jose Molina

    Don Agustine Dele Vega

    (Don Agustin Soliven) *

    Don Jose Florentino

    Don Juan Sumabat

    Don Juan de Castillo

    Don Sebastian Arce

    Don Policarpio Tobias

    Don Nicolas Molina

    Sebastian Bumatay

    Nicolas Palomar

    Antonio dela Vega

    Jacinto del Castillo

    Vicente Arce

    Mariano dela Vega

    Felipe Sumabat

    Quinterio Palomar

    Pedro Nicolas Jose

    Fruto Evaristo Salvador

    Manuel Peria

    Fructoso Palomar

    Pablo Gonzales Arce

    Manuel Bumatay

    Victor Briones

    Gregorio Molina

    Santiago Salvio

    Ambrocio dele Vega

    Eulogio Herminigildo

    Pablo Paulino Torres

    Serapio dela Cruz

    Valentine de Jesus

    Jose Palomar

    Anastacio Florentino

    Pedro Jacinto Tesoro

    Pedro Tobias

    Rodecindo dela Vega

    Remigio Tesoro Sebastian

    Valentin de Jesus Tesoro

    Herminigildo Palomar

    Hilario Bumatay

    Nicolas Briones

    Eleuterio Torres

    Pedro Alcxantara

    Valentin Sebastian

    (Cristobal Soliven)*

    Pedro Bumatay

    Gabino Bumatay

    Tomas Jacinto Tesoro

    Felix Sumabat

    Manuel Dela Vega

    Clemente Bumatay

    Camilo Tugade

    Mariano de Jesus

    Felix Eugenio Temporal

    Juan Carpio

    Enrique Arce

    Luis Palomar

    Arcadio Figueras

    Tranquilino Torre Victor

    Andres Villaflor de Jesus

    Apolonio Tobias

    (Rafael Soliven)*

    Gregorio Tesoro Sebastian

    Bernabe Torre Victor

    Leon del Castillo

    Pedro Flotildes Rosario

    Bonifacio Figueras

    Ponciano Toarroja

    Eustaquio Tesoro Vega

    Doroteo Tobias

    Juan Figueras

    Balbino dela Vega

    Rafael Pizzaro

    Joaquin Villafuerte

    Andres Tesoro Guillen

    Rufino Pinom Calestino

    Januario Celestino

    CAPITAL MUNICIPAL (1893-1899)

    (Don Wenceslao Soliven)*

    (Don Isabelo Soliven)*

    Benito T. Soliven, who became a member of the Philippine National Assembly by defeating the ex- Secretary Elpidio Quirino of Vigan, the strongest political personality of Ilocos Sur and a political protégé of the then President of the Philippines Commonwealth, Manuel L. Quezon

    MUNICIPAL MAYOR TERM OF OFFICE

    Hon. Amante Soliven 1941-1942

    Hon. Rufino Soliven 1943-1944

  7. Enrique Bustos said,

    June 2, 2010 at 9:35 am

    The Rosario Brothers of Ilocos Sur.


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