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Leocadio Isaac Abella (deceased)

Leocadio married Feliza Malonda Calleja, with whom he had Domingo and Remedios. When he became a young widower, Leocadio took his wife’s sister, Salome Malonda Calleja as his second spouse. They...

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Ramon Manuel Abella Diaz (1923 - 1997)

In March 1986, Ramon served as Commissioner of the Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG). Upon the resignation of Jovito Salonga, he was appointed by President Cory Aquino to Chairman of PC...

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Domingo Abella Diaz (deceased)

Domingo Abella Diaz was born to Domingo Abella and Concepcion Isaac Abella. Domingo served as Municipal Board Member of Naga from January 1952 to December 1955. He was also President of the Junior Cham...

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Domingo C. Abella (1906 - 1976)

Domingo Calleja Abella, while trained as a physician, Domingo devoted himself to history and is considered one of the giants of the Philippine historical community. He served as Director of the Philipp...

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Jose Abella Diaz (deceased)

Jose Abella Diaz was born to Domingo Abella and Concepcion Isaac Abella. A blue-blooded Atenean, he graduated from high school in 1938. He was set to finish his BS in Commerce in 1942 when war broke ou...

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Concepcion Isaac Abella (c.1880 - d.)

This is how she was described on the Abella Family’s website: “Conchita was known as the ‘Queen of Naga’, and by most accounts, imperious and arrogant. On her way to church,...

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Bibiana Abella Diaz (deceased)

Bibiana Abella Diaz was born on 17 August 1917 in Naga, Albay, Philippines. She was the eldest child of Domingo Diaz and Concepcion Isaac Abella. Babing, as she was nicknamed, attended the the Colegio ...

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Ramon Abella (deceased)

Ramon Abella was born in Nueva Caceres, Ambos Camarines, Philippines to Manuel Pinzon Abella and an unknown woman. On 16 September 1896, he was among several prominent citizens were arrested and indi...

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Domingo Isaac Abella (1873 - 1897)

Domingo Isaac Abella was born in 1873 in Nueva Caceres, Ambos Camarines, Philippines to Manuel Pinzon Abella and Bibiana Isaac. As a boy, he excelled in mental activities and was versatile in various s...

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Mariano Isaac Abella (1860 - d.)

At the heels of the Tagalog insurrection, the Bicol region felt the brunt of the government’s campaigns to crush the looming revolution. Suspected of rebellion against Spain, Mariano was arreste...

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Manuel Pinzon Abella (deceased)

Sometime before 1875, Manuel Pinzon Abella was appointed an “escribano” or clerk of court in Naga. He held this job until his retirement from the government service in 1896. He then engag...

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