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Romualdez Family of the Philippines

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  • Benjamin "Kokoy" Romualdez (1930 - 2012)
    Benjamin “Kokoy” Romualdez is a Filipino politician and businessman. He served as a US Ambassador. He was also the former governor of Leyte. More here: .
  • Benjamin Philip Gomez Romualdez
    Benjamin Philip Gomez Romualdez is the President and CEO of Benguet Mining Corporation.
  • Cristina Malarky Gonzales
    Cristina "Kring-Kring" Malarky Gonzales-Romualdez is an actress turned politician. More here:
  • Alfred Sison Romualdez
    Alfred Romualdez is the mayor of Tacloban City, Philippines, succeeding his father. More here:
  • Alfredo Trinidad Romualdez
    Alfredo Trinidad Romualdez was the Mayor of Tacloban, Philippines. More here:

Romualdez is the Spanish form of the term which means "son of Romualdo".

This sub-project aims to organize genealogical data on the Romualdez Family of the Philippines. Profiles here are those of historical figures, scions of the gentry (de buena familia), revolutionary heroes, scholars, government officials, national athletes and other public personalities (celebrities) in various fields. Find more surnames at the master project page, Families of the Philippines.

How to Contribute

  1. Please click the "Join Project" button on the upper right of the project page.
  2. After getting yourself added as a collaborator for the surname, select the profile of the prominent Filipino you wish to add.
  3. Navigate to the profile. Under the "More Actions" link, choose "Add to Project" and select sub-project to which your ancestor should be included in.
  4. Include in the "About Me" section a brief biographical sketch, summarizing the person's significant contributions and accomplishments. (Required)
  5. Include a photograph, if one exists.
  6. Mark the profile as "public" and not "private". (Required)