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    Quote Originally Posted by PinayWoman View Post
    It's unheard that a person with the Spanish ancestry was born in the remote hometown, for example, Iriga City, Camarines Sur(that's where my dad was born and raised). It's amusing how a person with Spanish ancestry ended up in a town where no one knows.

    Iriga City, Camarines Sur


    For example,
    The well-known actor born in Iriga City(my dad's hometown)
    Iriga City is a town proper or the Poblacion? Most Filipinos who has Spanish Ancestry it's either
    born in the town proper or those who has farm like sugar cane, coffee, tobacco etc. lot that live outside the town proper.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simple View Post
    Iriga City is a town proper or the Poblacion? Most Filipinos who has Spanish Ancestry it's either
    born in the town proper or those who has farm like sugar cane, coffee, tobacco etc. lot that live outside the town proper.
    I'm not familiar with the either term, care to elaborate more?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinayWoman View Post
    I'm not familiar with the either term, care to elaborate more?
    The Poblacion or Town Proper is usually the main town of the Barrio. Usually, the composed of Market place, Church, Plaza where all the Barangays usually meet.

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    ^ Oh yeah, it is. I have no idea that Filipinos with Spanish ancestry dwell in the Poblacion. Do they live in areas over the islands as well?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinayWoman View Post
    ^ Oh yeah, it is. I have no idea that Filipinos with Spanish ancestry dwell in the Poblacion. Do they live in areas over the islands as well?
    Example of this is the Taal, Batangas where a lot of Ilustrados came from
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taal,_Batangas
    ^They composed of 42 Barangay and Taal is the town proper or the Poblacion



    A poblacion or población (literally "town" or "population"[1] in Spanish), is the name commonly used for the central area of a Philippine city or municipality, which may take up the area of a single barangay or multiple barangays. Common features of the poblacion include a rectangular town plaza, the Parish church, public market, the central elementary and high school and the municipal/city hall.[2] It is sometimes shortened to "Pob."

    The poblacion is considered the "center of commerce and industry" of the city or municipality. Most citizens residing in the outlying barangays of the city or municipality flock to the poblacion on market days (that varies depending on the local ordinance set by the local government) because most local products and goods from the barrios are brought to the public market located in the poblacion. In this way, their products could be sold faster by a wide range of buyers, though there are instances where some citizens would choose to go to another town's poblacion because it is closer to their residence
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    Fernando Zobel de Ayala, his wife, and his daughter


    It's amazing how the Asian gene dominated the Euro gene in his daughter's phenotype.

    His daughter


    Patrick and Cheska Garcia(well-known in the Philippine entertainment industry)'s father

    Cheska's father


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    Quote Originally Posted by PinayWoman View Post
    Fernando Zobel de Ayala, his wife, and his daughter


    It's amazing how the Asian gene dominated the Euro gene in his daughter's phenotype.
    She got more Asian gene from her phenotype. Wondering if Fernando Zobel do have Austronesian Malay Ancestry. But maybe he got only small percentage like how some of the Filipinos who has Spanish Ancestry got diluted from generation to generation. Because his ancestors married more white from generation to generation. Because it happened to some of my relatives. you cannot even trace from their phenotype just like American Actor Darren Chris, his mom is Filipina.

    Like the daughter of Richard Gomez and Lucy Torres



    It's starting to disappear the euro genes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinayWoman View Post
    ^ Oh yeah, it is. I have no idea that Filipinos with Spanish ancestry dwell in the Poblacion. Do they live in areas over the islands as well?
    well as far as I know this is the areas that some of those Filipino who has Spanish Ancestry came from.


    https://carcarfamilies.wordpress.com...noel-maximino/
    Carcar City, Cebu
    Vigan City, Ilocos Sur (Calle Crisologo is located in Poblacion)
    Candon City, Ilocos Sur
    Laoag City, Ilocos Norte
    Pila, Laguna (has 4 Poblacion)
    Silay, Negros
    Jaen, Nueva Ecija
    Gapan, Nueva Ecija
    Malolos, Bulacan

    etc.

    Old llo-Ilo City is same as Taal, Batangas

    ^Ilo-Ilo Calle Real 1890s

    as you notice most of this are Poblacion areas.
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    Daughters of Ernesto Zaragoza & Felipa dela Cruz
    They are from Manila but now residing overseas

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQXEj9zVqio
    Conchita 'Chichang' Zaragoza - West

    Chochita's sister Carmen Zaragoza D'Costa
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHGgad3rbwU
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CX-JCaaJtSA
    Sharing stories about their experience during WWII in the Philippines

    Another one is Felicidad ' Piching' Zaragoza - Goetschel
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-DOee2Wg20c

    They have common Filipino Nicknames lol which usually ending in 'ing' or 'ang', 'ong' etc.
    Like Pacing for Pacita lol
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    Ciudad Fernandina in Vigan City, Ilocos Sur


    Mexican Spanish conquistador Juan de Salcedo settled here and one of his descendant
    Is the Filipino actor Leopoldo Salcedo

    Juan de Salcedo
    http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juan_de_Salcedo

    Leopoldo Salcedo


    The community was also composed of mestizo de sangley and full austronesian Malay so most of these families including those with mestzo de Espanol or Mexican etc intermarried like the Quirino

    Cory Quirino


    The Luna brothers came from Vigan
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