From the book of Valino ~1965
The clan Valino, Ferrer and Soriano were the first families to establish the town (nayon) of Aduwas. The three families were found by the families Diaz, Tumangan, Batisan, Mauricio, Concepcion and others.
The name of the first Valino can not be remembered. No one can say as to his origin or his wife. The couple had a son whose name also can not be remembered, but his wife’s name is Josefa Padua. They had six children: Antonio, Anacleto, Valeriana, juan, Doroteo, Feliciana, Pedro and Miguel.
Per Nicolas Valino, his father Miguel Valino explained that his grandfather adopted a male child from Ilocos so that his son could have a brother/playmate. The name of this adopted son can no longer be remembered. Even though the age difference between the two were large, thee two loved and treated each other as true brothers. Because the adopted son worked hard, was kind, followed and was courteous, the elder Valino treated him as a son and gave him the last name VALINO.
When the adopted son was of marrying age, he married a woman whose name can no longer be remembered. They had two children: Martin and Doroteo. From this lineage came the Valinos who had a good life. Because of their innate hard work…”kinasihan sila ng Diyos, ” their life became good and many of them were able to study. At the present (1965 A.D.), some of them are outstanding citizens of the town.