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Arturo de la Rosa Macapagal MP (1942 - 2015)

Arturo de la Rosa Macapagal is a sharp-shooter. He has represented the Philippines at the Olympics in 1972 and 1976, and other international sports competitions: More here: .

Diosdado Macapagal MP (1910 - 1997)

Diosdado Pangan Macapagal was the 9th President of the Philippines. More here: Source: Diosdado Macapagal's Baptismal Register:

Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo MP

Gloria Macaraeg Macapagal-Arroyo was the 14th President of the Phillippines. More here: Source: Mike Arroyo and Gloria Macapagal's Marriage Certificate:

Macapagal (deceased)

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??? Macapagal (deceased)

Abraham Macapagal (deceased)

Abundia Macapagal (deceased)

Abundia Macapagal-Melencio (deceased)

Alejandro Macapagal (1837 - d.)

Alfonso Macapagal (deceased)

Alverta Ágata Bina Macapagal (deceased)

Amado Macapagal (deceased)

Amando Macapagal (deceased)

Amor macapagal (deceased)

Amparo Castelo-Macapagal (deceased)

Ana de Asís (b. - 1880)

Source: Lorenzo Tobias and Ana de Asís' Marriage Register:

Andres Rivera Macapagal (deceased)

Angel Macapagal (deceased)

Angel Macapagal (1917 - 1993)

Apolinario Macapagal (deceased)

Araceli Macapagal (1907 - d.)

Source: Araceli Macapagal's Birth Certificate:

Arnaldo Macapagal (deceased)

Asturia Macapagal (deceased)

Aurea Nucom Macapagal (deceased)

Aurelio Macapagal (1885 - d.)

Aurelio Macapagal's godfather was León Gutiérrez, who was single from Lubao, Pampanga. Source: Aurelio Macapagal's Baptismal Register:

Barbara Mallen (Macapagal) (deceased)

Ben Macapagal (deceased)

Bernarda Lapira Macapagal (1743 - d.)

Bernardo Lapira Macapagal (1752 - d.)

Buenaventura Macapagal (1814 - d.)

Candida Macapagal (deceased)

Carl Macapagal (deceased)

Carlito Tiamzon Macapagal (1937 - 2001)

Catalino Macapagal (deceased)

Catalino Macapagal (deceased)

Cecilia Dela Cruz (Macapagal) (deceased)

Cipriana Madrid Macapagal (deceased)

Ciriaco Macapagal (1824 - d.)

Clara Concepción Macapagal (deceased)

Clementina Macapagal (deceased)

Conrado Macapagal (deceased)

Corazon Dabu Macapagal (deceased)

Cornelia Balarag Macapagal (Cornelia Balarag) (1873 - 1953)

Cristobal Macapagal (deceased)

Cristóbal Lapira Macapagal (1745 - d.)

delfin alejandro macapagal (deceased)

Delmacia ? Macapagal (deceased)

Demetrio Galang Macapagal (deceased)

Diosdado Macapagal (deceased)

Dominador Macapagal (deceased)

Domingo Encarnacion Macapagal, Sr (c.1927 - d.)

Eden Macapagal (deceased)

Elizabeth Macapagal (deceased)

Emeterio Macapagal (deceased)

Emiliano Macapagal (deceased)

Emiterio Macapagal (deceased)

Enrique Lapira Macapagal (1747 - d.)

Escolástica Benita Macapagal (deceased)

Estefanía Gómez (1840 - d.)

Estelita Macapagal (deceased)

Estella Macapagal (deceased)

Eugenio Lapira Macapagal (deceased)

Eugenio Lapira Macapagal (deceased)

Eulogio Macapagal (deceased)

Eusavio Macapagal (deceased)

Eustaquia Macapagal (1753 - d.)

Evarista Macapagal (1837 - d.)

Fabian Macapagal (deceased)

Felicidad Macapagal (deceased)

Felipa Prudencia Macapagal (1834 - d.)

Felix Macapagal (deceased)

Feliza Macapagal (1884 - d.)

Feliza Macapagal's godmother was Benita Macapagal, who was a widow from Guagua, Pampanga. Source: Feliza Macapagal's Baptismal Register:

Ferdinand Macapagal (deceased)

Fernando Macapagal (deceased)

Filomena Mallari (1833 - d.)

Florentina Lapira Macapagal (1743 - d.)

Francisco Macapagal (deceased)

Gabina?? Tumangan (Macapagal) (deceased)

Gaspar Lapira Macapagal (1738 - d.)

Gregorio Macaraeg (1875 - d.)

Gregorio Mallari (1835 - d.)

Gregorio Macapagal (deceased)

Hernan Galapon (Macapagal) (deceased)

Ignacia Macapagal (deceased)

Ignacia Macapagal (deceased)

Joaquin Macapagal (deceased)

Jose Macapagal (deceased)

Jose Macapagal (deceased)

Jose Macapagal (deceased)

Josefa Macapagal- Cortez (deceased)

José Mallari (1832 - d.)

José Lapira Macapagal (deceased)

José Lapira Macapagal (1736 - d.)

José de San Buenaventura Macapagal (1729 - d.)

José Macapagal (deceased)

José Gregorio Lapira Macapagal (1749 - d.)

Juan Macapagal (b. - 1683)

Don Juan Macapagal was the Datu of Arayat. He was given the title Maestre de Campo General of the natives Arayat, Candaba and Apalit for his aid in suppressing the Kapampangan Revolt of 1660. He furthe...

juan macapagal (deceased)