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    Filipino Mestizo descendant
    Geoff Rodriguez

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    He was in "Amazing Race Asia 3" represent
    the Philippines along with his girlfriend Tisha Silang
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    Filipina Actress
    Filipino Mestizo descendant
    Michelle Marie Reyes Vito
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    Family of Michelle Vito
    Both parents are Filipino Mestizo descendant
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    Conchita Castillo
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    is an educator and stage actor. She is a founding member of the Genesius Guild Bacolod and actively involved in the theatre activities of the University of St. La Salle, Bacolod.


    Luis Mari 'Louie' Zabaljauergi
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    Family Genealogy: (Descendants of Marcelino Garcia - Asturias, Spain)
    http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com...ODT1-0001.htmlhttp://familytreemaker.genealogy.com...ODT1-0002.html
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    Victoria 'Vicky' Paredes Herrera
    Filipino Mestizo (Spanish-British) descent
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    http://www.victoriaherrera.com/post/5642587182

    Paredes-Herrera sisters
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    Teresa Paredes Herrera
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    There's one Herrera & I read he is not related to them.

    Model/MTV Asia VJ
    Richard 'Rich' Herrera
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    He also represent Philippines in Amazing Race Asia season 4
    along with Richard Hardin
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    The Sioco-Gonzalez-Lopez-Rodriguez of Apalit Pampanga & Bulacan

    The descendant of the Spanish Friar Fausto Lopez
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    The origins of the Gonzalez family date back to the Baliwag, Bulacan of the 1840′s. From 1733 to the end of the Spanish regine in 1898, Baliwag had about thirty curates. The two who had the longest years of service were Friar Esteban Diaz Hidalgo who established a record of forty years, and Friar Fausto Lopez, who served a total of twenty-one years. However, it was Fausto Lopez who left the most lasting imprint in Baliwag, for during his lengthy stay, he was able to cultivate a completely human relationship with a local mestiza named Mariquita.

    Fausto Lopez was born in 1811 in Valladolid, Spain, a descendant of Castillan nobility. He had a sister who was lady-in-waiting (a position only nobility could occupy) to the daughter of Ferdinand VII, Queen Isabel II who reigned in 1833. Fausto finished his reliegious studies in Valladolid in 1828. On October 3, 1829, after a long and tedious sea journey, Fausto set foot in the Philippines as an idealistic young priest of eighteen summers. His first assignment was in the island of Cebu, where he resided until 1837 as Amber Secretary of Province. In 1841, he was transferred to Quingua (now Plaridel), Bulacan, and promoted to Curate and Member of the Governing Committee. In 1845, he was re-assigned to Baliwag, Bulacan where he continued to function as the Curate and Member of the Governing Committee for twenty-one years. [1]
    It was in Baliwag where the present Gonzalez lineage began. Fausto, then in his mid-thirties, met and fell for the charms of a local belle named Maria Amparo Gonzalez, fondly called Mariquita. Mariquita was the eldest of the many children of Vicente Gonzalez and Venancia de los Angeles. Vicente Gonzalez was of Quinqua (Plaridel) ancestry. Mariquita was beautiful, strong willed and deemed unconventional for her times. Ably mounted on her horse, she would survey their lands alone, engage in target practice with a rifle and direct her business affairs in stiff competition with her male peers. Her family owned the biggest house in town which occupied a while block. The house later on became the municipal building. The family was known for its strength of character and an astute business sense. It was no wonder then that Mariquita caught the interest of the influential cura, Friar. Fausto Lopez. Not uncommon in those days, a romantic relationship ensued and the union yielded six siblings: Soledad, Jose, Joaquin, Rita, Carmen and Francisco.

    The disgrace casued by Friar Fausto and Mariquita led to the disuse of “Lopez” by the children, leading to the usage of “Gonzalez” instead.

    Friar Fausto failed God, but God did not fail him. God gave Padre Fausto and Mariquita, a son, Joqauin, who went on to be the pride of the “Gonzalez” clan.

    Friar Fausto died on Sunday, April 17, 1865 at the age of 54. He was buried in the San Agustin Church in Intramuros. Unfortunately, his tomb was washed out during the Second World War.
    Dr. Joaquin Gonzalez-Lopez
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    Dr. Joaquin Gonzalez-Lopez married Florencia Sioco y Rodriguez
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    The members of the clan during a family reunion
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    Joaquin George Gonzalez family
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    son of Florencia Sioco y Rodriguez & Dr. Joaquin Gonzalez
    He was the 9th of ten Children
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    Filipina Actress
    Katrina Marie "Beauty" Gonzalez
    She was in Pinoy Big Brother reality show
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    her parents
    Gonzalez is born from a Spanish father and Filipino mother. Her family is well known in Dumaguete City where they own a farm in Pamplona. She studied high School in Don Bosco and college in Silliman University.
    Not sure if some other Spanish-Filipinos with same surname are related to each other.

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    Hilario Camino Moncado del Prado
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    (1898–1956) was the founder & supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Filipino Crusaders World Army.

    Dr. Hilario Camino Del Prado Moncado was born to a very influential and rich family. His father was a very influential Spanish friar in the name of MSGR. Fermin Moncado Del Prado and his mother was Celia Camino. MSGR. Fermin Del Prado who was highly connected to the Spanish Royal Family. He built the biggest museum in Madrid the Museo del Prado.

    His father Fermin Del Prado was the closest descendant of the royal family of Spain. He was a Spanish Friar commissioned by the Vatican in the Philippines who met a Spanish Mestiza, his mother Celia Camino.

    His father owned a vast amount of estates like any Spanish Friars in the Philippines and he had plenty of farmers working for him, and he maintained caretakers and accountants to look after his assets.

    Moncado was born on November 4, 1898 in Pondol, Balamban, Cebu, Philippines.
    He had an elder sister named Macaria Del Prado who owned two ships the Augusta and the Benedicta which she used for travel and trading purposes around the world. She received a certificate as the first woman navigator of the world.

    His father sponsored his schooling and boarding in India for his mystical studies at the age of six.

    At the age of nine he graduated with honor from the College of Mystery and Psychics in Calcutta, India.

    At the age of 13 he authored, "Watch 1927-1935. He authored Equifrilibricum, Sun, Moon and the Star, Matahari of India, Mikado of Japan, Re-Vizaya of the Philippines and Divinity of Woman.

    Moncado spokes 11 languages fluently like his sister Macaria. He could also speak and understand three Filipino dialects; Hiligaynon, Tagalog and Ilonggo.
    Moncado never used tobacco, drugs or alcohol.

    He was a great pianist and a dancer, he always attended and participated all of Zarsuela shows conducted by his sister Macaria Camino DelPrado.

    He used his paternal grandmother's surname (MONCADO) as a pseudonym being a writer which later on he became famous for since then he uses that alias.
    Moncado was the owner and editor of Filipino Nation, a semi-monthly Filipino magazine published in English. The Filipino Nation magazine was established in Los Angeles, California on November 1, 1924.

    He is the only Filipino to be ever listed in the billionaire's association in America and in Europe.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hilario_Moncado
    There are still "Del Prado" descendants that living in the Philippines.
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    Torrejón family, another descended from a Spanish military official based in Jolo —
    the military governor Don Manuel Santiago Torrejón:

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    his family in the Philippines
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    descendant Manny Torrejon
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    Filipina Actress
    Pilar Cristina Roxas Amador
    or better known as Pinky Amador
    (Roxas-Amador Filipino Mestizo Descent)
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    Origins to Catalunya, Mallorca, Valencia, and Murcia. The partial listing of some of the more famous families that fall under the categories of Murcian and Catalán and the closely-related Valencian, Mallorcan, and Xueta groups in the Philippines

    In Manila and Luzon: Gisbert, Sabater, Montserrat, Pons, Battle, Argüelles, Oriol, Chofré, Amador, Lalana, Anguita, Riusech, Esteban, Lobregat, Ros, Ayllón, d’Ayot, Ferriols, d’Urgell, Marcó, Barri, Camps, Blardony, Llano, Pueo, Porta, Riu, Prats, Picornell, Martí, Puig, de Castellví, Morató, Pou, Sansó, Ortoll, Celdrán, Berenguer, Escat, Esteva, Belaguer, Freixas, Tüells, Ripoll, Roig, Taberné, Rius, Peypoch, Aute, Boquer, Claravall, Madrigal, Roco, Fàbregas, Moll, Torall, Jordana, Font, Centenera, Llora, and Lluch

    In the Visayas and Mindanao: de Carlès, Aldeguer, Alcántara, Riestra, Rosselló, Claparols, Balcells, Bonnín, Canet, Fortich, Diago, Teves, Palou, Carratala, Lasala, Llorente, Ràfols, Royo, and Sala
    http://remembranceofthingsawry.wordp...panish-manila/

    most of their surnames are not common. Some of them have relatives from the South or Northern Luzon.
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    quite a few in the business community in the Philippines (commerce, shipping, banking, real estate, agriculture, media, etc.) are descended from families from northern Spain (mostly Basque).

    Quite a few are from Navarra (Navarre) and established themselves among the merchant elite in Manila and the sugar barons of the Visayas: Elizalde, Legarda, Arrieta, Arlegui, Lizárraga, Belzunce, Echarri, Arrastia, Arraiza, Echegoyen, Oquiñena.

    In Manila, many of the old merchant families and civil servants were from the Basque Country of northern Spain. Many were also recruited to work in the Filipino-Basque, Navarrese, and Spanish-owned businesses, such as Ynchausti y Compañía, Elizalde and Company, Aldecoa y Compañía, Sociedad Lizárraga Hermanos, the Jai-Alai Frontón, Compañía General de Tabacos de Filipinas, the San Miguel Corporation, etc.: de Azcárraga, Azaola, Gorostiza, Irastorza (Yrastorza), de Ynchausti, Yrisarry, Teus, Zabarte, de Ayala, Zangróniz, Aguirre, Menchatorre, de Otadui, Gorricho, de Larrañaga, Mondragón, de Irureta-Goyena, Salazar, Arando, Vergara, de Zuzuarregui, de Zulueta, de Yriarte (Iriarte), de Gárriz, de Ubago, Olondriz, Tamayo, Oteyza, Echevarría, Yrezábal, Costas, de Azparren, Iturralde, de Rotaeche, de Egozcue, Aurrecoechea, de Tellechea, de Zaracondegui, de Barainka, Larrabeiti, de Egurrola, de Eiguren, de Amusategui, de Erenchun, de Jauregui, de Leguina, Gamegoicoechea, Dampierre, Urra, Daudén, de Loyzaga, de Ibazeta, Eizmendi, Eleizegui, de Larrazábal, Ibañez de Aldecoa, Trápaga, Matute, Artadi, Goitia, Got, Mendieta, Maldonado, de Sarasola, Loinaz, García, Malluquiza, de Argarate, de Garteiz, Guixasola, Guerrero.

    In the Bicol Region, many immigrants from northern Spain joined the trading firms (originally abaca and copra) operating there or established their own haciendas: de Ursúa, Garchitorena, Barrenechea, Zuluaga, Alegría, Oturbe, Larrauri, Achával, Michelena, Anduiza, Barainca, Espinosa, Zubeldia, Goitisolo, de Madarieta, Anzorandia, del Gallego.

    In the Western Visayas, one finds some very old Basque mestizo clans in Iloilo (e.g., Araneta), in addition to 19th and 20th century immigrants from the Basque Country who established a great many of the modern sugar plantations on the island of Negros (most of these families are still fixtures in Negrense society): Araneta, Zaldarriaga, Gonzaga, Ruíz de Luzuriaga, Gallaga, Gálatas, Echauz, Aldecoa, Arnáiz, Arrieta, Amiscaray, Baena, Larena, de Ugalde, Ballesteros, de Salutregui, Azcona, de Ysasi, de Elordi, Bilbao, Callejo, Sagarbarría, Goñi, Barrica, Gurrea, Zabaljauregui, de Gamboa, Llantada, Arteabarro, Gamboa, Uriarte, Erquiaga, Zamacona, Barrena, Sangróniz, Azarloza, Rotaeche, Muñoa, Bengoechea, Zabaleta, Zubiri, Idirin, de Uriondo, de Telleria, Zabala, Arteta, Larrabeiti, Vidaurrazaga, Gurrucharri, Aburto, Sarasola, Ormarementería, Imaz, Flamarique, de Sagastasola, Anchustegui, Echano-Jauregui, Inchausti, Inunciaga, Mendiola, Escalante, Menchaca, Urquijo, Cincunigui (Zincunigui).

    In the Eastern and Central Visayas, many Basque immigrants became involved in the abaca trade and shipping industries. The epicenter of this society would eventually shift from Samar and Leyte to Cebu, where most are still found among the region’s business leaders: Yrastorza, Aboitiz, Moraza, Mendieta, Mendezona, Garamendi, Ugarte, Uriarte, Arizaleta, Muertegui, Gorordo, Larrazábal, Herranz, Gárriz, Urrutia, Losada, Ayesa, Antúnez, Guibelondo, Garavilla, Aberasturi, Pando, Ibarlucea, Larrañaga.

    In Mindanao, one also finds several well-known Basque families: Ozámiz, Iruasegui, Urquiaga, Achondoa.

    And then there are the Asturian families in the Philippines: Roces, Balmori, de la Riva.

    Lastly, some families that are descended from immigrants from Spain might actually trace their ancestry to regions in France:
    Cabarrús, Cuisia, Duterte, de Oglou.
    Rafael Roces and family
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    Spanish mestizo families of French descent that came by way of Spain (e.g., Prieto — Mauro St. was named in honor of Don Mauro Prieto y Gorricho, by the way). It seems that the families you mentioned above are descended from immigrants from France (or French colonies)… Henry Lhuillier (Henri L’Huillier) was an immigrant from France who had also lived in Vietnam, which is where his son Michel was born. The Gaston family of Negros is descended from French agronomist Yves Leopold Germain Gaston, who was brought over to the Philippines by Don Domingo Roxas from Mauritius (at the time, Mauritius was producing 10x the amount of sugar produced in the entire Philippine Islands!). Kahn family patriarch Leopoldo Kahn was actually an immigrant from France (an Alsatian). The old, prominent Perrenoud and Elzingre (who left France for Switzerland before coming to the Philippines and are relatives of the famous French Dumas family) clans are other well-known families in the Philippines of French ancestry. The Spanish-French Arcellier family members are cousins of the Roxas family. I know nothing about the Maihler family…

    BTW, the old Pellicer family is originally of Catalán descent — not French.

    The Lammoglia family was Italian. It is likely that the old Spanish mestizo Aldanese (one of the genuine, older Spanish mestizo families of Cebu), Guidotti (not to be confused with the Guidote Spanish mestizo family), and Piccio families trace their ancestry to Italy. Of course, the famous Badolato family (cousins of the old Gonzáles-Azaola-de Oglou-Pardo de Tavera-Cacho-Castillejo-Araneta-Cojuangco, de las Cagigas-Jugo, Rodríguez, Sanz, etc. clans) immigrated to Spain from Calabria, Italy before setting sail for the Philippines during the colonial period. Although it is certainly possible, the very old Borromeo clan of the Visayas is unlikely Italian. Actually, it’s somewhat of a mystery as to whether they were originally from Spain (though they would later marry into many prominent Spanish mestizo clans from the Visayas and Manila). Of course, De la Rama Steamship Co. President and General Manager Enrico Pirovano was Italian (he was also murdered by the Kempetei at Ft. Santiago during the Second World War for his involvement in the Philippine resistance).

    Actually, several of the German mestizo families. Among the old German mestizo families one finds the Roensch (proprietors of A. Roensch y Cía, whose famous Spanish-German member Adolfo Roensch was a long-time A. Soriano & Co. executive), Richter (proprietors of A. Richter y Cía, which was later taken over along with A. Roensch y Cía by Brías Roxas y Cía), Faustmann, Oppen, Koch, von Kauffmann (Fritz von Kauffmann was a Managing Partner of Elizalde and Company — they would even intermarry), Loewinsohn-Mohr, Ganz, Kummer, Karuth, Mossesgeld, etc. clans. Actually, the early Zóbels were the business partners of Gustav Grupe and Julius Nohr in the Philippines. Actually, they were part of a significant group of German immgrant who came to the Philippines in the 19th century to enter the pharmacy business: http://www.karl-prokop.de/Botica_Boie/botica_boie.html. Incidentally, the Zóbels had relatives in both Germany and Denmark. There were also a number of families descended from 19th century Danish merchants in Manila and Iloilo who married into the Spanish mestizo families there: Klar, the far-flung Kierulf clan (relatives of the de Carlès, Aldeguer, Preysler, etc. families), etc. Of course, Manila not only had an active German Club (located beside the Casino Español), but also an active Swiss Club. There were also a number of Swiss in Iloilo in the late 1800s: Frederick Luchsinger, Charles and Samuel Bischoff, Paul Wuthrich, and the Jeanjaquet brothers ran businesses there. The firms Kuenzle & Streiff, Inc. and A.C. Lutz & Co. (later Lutz & Zuellig and then F.E. Zuellig, Inc.) also had offices in Iloilo. The Ayala Foundation’s Filipinas Heritage Foundation published “Meine Lieben: Swiss Letters from the Philippines” not too long ago. Of course, the famous Alhambra brand cigars were from a Swiss (not Spanish!) cigar company founded in Manila in 1898. Recent Swiss and German expats seem to still be involved in the Philippine Cigar retail business…

    As for the Manila/San Juan families, the Aenlle clan is also one of the old Catalán families in Manila.

    old Basque mestizo de Marcaida clan of Manila (the descendents of merchant Don Ángel de Marcaida).

    Ibarra is too common a name in the Philippines. As for the Liquete clan, the father of former family patriarch Don Leoncio González Liquete (the famous journalist, historian, and Filipinologist) was definitely a Spaniard.

    Arrastia clan is very much alive (well, in Spain and Australia, in particular). Actually, there are quite a few in Pampanga still who trace their lineage to the sons of Valentín Arrastia y Roncal —
    Toto Gonzalez from this blog knows a lot about the Spanish-Filipino Mestizos etc.
    http://remembranceofthingsawry.wordp...panish-manila/
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    UAAP Commissioner Edmundo R. Badolato
    San Beda College Board of Trustees (2012-13)
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    Legendary juniors mentor Edmundo Badolato, more popularly known as "Coach Ato," it has produced countless of notable alumni that made a mark in local basketball, including two-time PBA MVP Benjie Paras, PBA's All-Time 25 Greatest Players member Ronnie Magsanoc, two-time PBA Mythical Second Team member Dindo Pumaren, former PBA Rookies of the Year Gerry Esplana (1990), Boybits Victoria (1994) and Ren-ren Ritualo (2002), 2009 Mythical First Team member and Most Improved Player LA Tenorio, former Smart Gilas top point guard JV Casio, National University coach Eric Altamirano, PBA campaigners Ogie Menor and Magnum Membrere, and collegiate stand-outs Nico Salva, Dave Marcelo, Garvo Lanete and Baser Amer.
    Genealogy of Badolato Clan
    http://jamiesonlapp.familytreeguide....ND00054&tree=2
    He is the son of Luis Gonzales Badolato
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    Don Pedro Sanz and his Visayan wife from Romblon
    together with his daughters, son-in-laws and grand children
    [imglink]http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6098/6252991604_5b3c1ac1d4_z.jpg[/imglink]

    Don Pedro Sanz was governor of a politico-military district that existed 1853-1917 (Province of Romblon today), Romblon City, Romblon Island. This photograph is identified as Manila and his son-in-law did live in Manila.

    Photograph is from an album of Dean C. Worcester (1866-1924), Photographs of the Philippine Islands.
    Original print is the property of the University of Michigan Library Special Collections.

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