The second Album is a continuation of the first featuring the merged Family Trees; 1) Geni.The Kaamiño Family Tree of brothers Cinando Nacalaban Kaamiño Iligan-CdeO and Cristino Nacalaban Kaamiño, 2) Eugenio Sanchez and Isabel Flores, 3) Eleuterio Atega and Basilisa Azura, and other Family clans with connections via intermarriages from 1839; the starting era when the Spanish Colonial government mandated all Filipinos to add a 2nd name (Surname/Family Name)
Bohol's Old Churches (Published Updates from FACEBOOk) IJsselstein, Thursday, 17 May 2001 (updated: Thursday, 17 October 2013)
"Bohol has a number of very old churches, dating back to the early years of the Spanish colonization of the island."
"The churches in Bohol are a distinct ollection of Roman Catholic churches established during the early Spanish colonial period in the island-province Bohol, in the Philippines. Four of these churches - Baclayon, Loboc, Loon, and Maribojoc - are declared as National Cultural Treasures for its cultural, historical and architectural importance to the Filipino people."
"On October 15, 2013, one of the largest earthquakes to hit Bohol struck the island at 8:12 AM. The M7.2 earthquake centered near Sagbayan, Bohol devastated the region severely damaging the centuries-old churches of the province in Baclayon, Dauis, Dimiao, Loay, Loboc, Loon and Maribojoc. Loon Church, reported as the largest in Bohol and one of the oldest, was destroyed and turned into a pile of rubble by the shaking. The Church of Maribojoc was also completely leveled to the ground by the quake with nothing left standing. The quake also destroyed newer churches made with reinforced concrete. The San Isidro Labrador Church in Tubigon lost its facade and other structures in the church complex. The Saint Michael Parish Church of Clarin, also made with reinforced concrete, collapsed leaving just the bell tower and the front of the church standing. The Inabanga Church also collapsed leaving just the facade and back of the building." . . .
IN THIS ALBUM ARE FOUND OVER 400 YEARS OLD BOHOL CHURCH PHOTOS SHARED BY THE DESCENDANTS OF FELIMON NACALABAN KAAMIÑO A FEW YEARS AGO!
CLICK A PHOTO: This Special Project presents PREVIEW PHOTOS as Image profile of each Family Tree Members. The format is called 'Photos in Photos'. CLICK A PHOTO, a member's name appear. CLICK AGAIN THE NAME THAT APPEARS AND IT WILL START YOU ON THE FAMILY PATH; Go with the father upward to view the ascendant PARENTS; downward with the CHILDREN to view the descendants of the family clan . . . - wilfredosrb
NSO- Government National Statistic Office adopts the Chinese method of listing- PUBLIC
FATHER: First Name + Middle Name + Family Name MOTHER: First Name + Middle Name + Maiden Family Name CHILDREN: First Name + Mother's Maiden Family Name + Father's Family Name
Geni.The Kaamiño Family Tree.Com- PRIVATE but Legal Document, follow similar listing. The PERSONAL INFORMATION SHEET contain information that the individual member must fill up including DATE OF BIRTH and Email address for contact purposes to enable Geni to announce anniversary occasion, News, latest developments etc. . . This portion of the TREE is PRIVATE and only for MEMBERS AUTHORIZED to view, edit and manage limited to the 3rd degree immediate family and blood relations
The FEMALE member of the family loses her MAIDEN NAME after marriage; the children have this as MIDDLE NAME and losses this FOREVER starting with her GRANDCHILDREN
The MALE member of the family passes his FATHER'S name to his children and to their children and children's children forever . . .
Wilfredo Kaamiño created the doc: "How our Family Name Came To Be" Background The Alphabetical Catalog of Surnames (Spanish: Catálogo alfabético de apellidos, Tagalog: Alpabetikong Katalogo ng mga Apelyido or Katitikang Talaan ng mga Pangalang angkan) is a book of surnames published in the Philippines and other islands of Spanish East Indies in the mid-19th century. This was in response to a Spanish colonial decree establishing the systematic distribution of family names and the imposition of the Spanish naming system on the inhabitants of the Philippines.* Family History The Kaamiño Surname is not a common name before nor it is a Spanish Surname. It is safe then to assume that the person who adopted it either was identified already by that name or during the registration of Surname, created and registered the surname as his. Based on stories handed down from our grandfathers, the first Kaamiño, originated from Dansolihon (now known as Marawi) and was a trader by profession. He was a landowner during his time, though these was lost through generations. He was thought to travel around northern mindanao, especially around Ozamiz. The second generation children mostly grew up either in Iligan or Ozamiz, including my great grandfather Jose. * source : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alphabetical_Catalog_of_Surnames  Uploaded on: August 31, 2011 at 6:31 PM From the project Geni.Kaamiño-The Restituta Kaamiño Family Tree.com
The KAAMIÑO-Angelita Angelita SANCHEZ Atega Special Project of Geni.The Kaamiño Family Tree.com Part 2 brings the latest informations from-
1) Dear WILFREDO, Harold Lumicao LIBAN has replied to a message in your inbox: Re: Asuncion Sanchez Calo Hello Mona and Wilfredo,
According to my ex-wife Corita Macute CALO's Genealogy Records. Asuncion's parents were Joaquina Torralba SANCHEZ and Apolinario ? CALO.
Perhaps the reason Asuncion is showing 2 sets of parents is Asuncion's Grandfather Pedro Flores SANCHEZ had two wives; 1. Timotea ? ATEGA with six children, 2. Joaquina Torralba SANCHEZ with 1 child.
Pedro's 1st wife was Timotea with six children listed in this order (no birth dates): 1. Numeriano Atega Sanchez 2. Alejandro Atega Sanchez 3. Bernabela Atega Sanchez 4. Ciriaco Atega Sanchez 5. Anecito Atega Sanchez 6. Eulogia Atega Sanchez
Pedro's 2nd wife was Joaquina Torralba Sanchez with only one child 1. Asuncion. Sanchez Calo
Regards, Harold Lumicao Liban First Gaddang Tribe Genealogist in the U.S. since 1974.
PS - Sorry it took so long to respond. I don't visit Geni very often, unless I have something to do here.
2) Hi Wilfredo Bagas Kaamiño, Sr.,
Good news, Geni found 5 new Record Matches for you!
For more information on how to use matches, read our blog post
What is a Record Match? A Record Match is a document relevant to your family's history, such as a birth record, a tombstone photo, or a newspaper article. Record Matches are found automatically and delivered directly to you. YOUR FEATURED MATCH
This matches Dr. Santiago Sanchez CALO Sr.'s Geni profile.
Dr. Santiago Sanchez CALO Sr. wife's first cousin twice removed Birth: 5/25/1898 - Dipolog City, Zamboanga Peninsula, Philippines Death: 2/14/1975 - Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines Parents: Apolinario Calo and joaquina torralba sanchez Visit his profile
Santiago S. Calo Philippines, Marriages, 1723-1957 Birth: 1896Marriage: Apr 23 1927 - Dipolog City, Zamboanga Del Norte, PhilippinesWife: Maria De La Cruz Macut
Reynalda NoMN NoFM-Adormeo first cousin once removed's wife Visit her profile
Reynalda NoMN NoFM-Adormeo Newspaper Archive Text: "...of paint which he says was found night at Ruiz and Elmendorf street by Deputy Sheriff W F Schobel Well Dressed St...Date: Jan 5 1927Publication: San Antonio, Texas, United States Of America
Photo_silhouette_f_thumb2 Amada Sabella Nacalaban Birth: 1907 Death: 1958 - Alubijid, Northern Mindanao, Philippines Parents: Ramon Nacalaban and Evangelista Sabella-Nacalaban Visit her profile
Amada Nacalaban Philippines, Marriages, 1723-1957 Birth: 1907Marriage: May 4 1925 - Alubijid, Misamis Oriental, PhilippinesHusband: Emael LabosView this Record
3) Tip: Merging profiles can add an average of 100 more people to your family tree! CELSO RADAZA BAGAS Sticker_new_left-a0ff7e968f39a7fa8ae5e0a1d105ac92 uncle updated yesterday View 1 other tree Wilfredo P. Kaamiño, Jr. Sticker_new_left-a0ff7e968f39a7fa8ae5e0a1d105ac92 son updated today View 2 other trees Wilfred Antonio P. Kaamiño Sticker_new_left-a0ff7e968f39a7fa8ae5e0a1d105ac92 son updated January 26, 2014 View 1 other tree Photo_silhouette_f_thumb2 LEDIVA BAGAS KAAMIÑO Sticker_new_left-a0ff7e968f39a7fa8ae5e0a1d105ac92 sister updated yesterday View 1 other tree Photo_silhouette_m_thumb2 BOB BAGAS UBAY-UBAY Sticker_new_left-a0ff7e968f39a7fa8ae5e0a1d105ac92 ex-partner's son updated yesterday View 1 other tree Photo_silhouette_m_thumb2 RICAFORT BAGAS UBAY-UBAY Sticker_new_left-a0ff7e968f39a7fa8ae5e0a1d105ac92 ex-partner's son updated yesterday View 1 other tree Photo_silhouette_m_thumb2 ELVEN BAGAS UBAY-UBAY Sticker_new_left-a0ff7e968f39a7fa8ae5e0a1d105ac92 ex-partner's son updated yesterday View 1 other tree View All New Tree Matches
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