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    Quote Originally Posted by simple View Post
    Thanks again for sharing. I agree with you that most spanish mestizos exist mostly during the early or mid 20th century.
    What is your great grandfather surname?

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    Hi! Pinay, lol we almost reply at the same time. Yeah, I am glad that there's another Filipino around.
    Hi simple, how are you?

    shazou and Selurong rarely post here on ABF. They mostly spend their time on other forums.

    Quote Originally Posted by e_r View Post
    Sadly, no, not yet at least. According to his children themselves, he was born in Valencia, Spain. His surname was Aparici. Recently, I stumbled upon a 1510 census record of people from Valencia. I looked for his surname, Aparici, and found 7 people with that surname. There's a hypothesis within the family that his family was originally from Italy, so I think it's now null/false because I found that census record.

    You know how hard it is to look for old records in the Philippines. I have spent months looking for records of some ancestors but to no avail. Some were easy, but the others proved to be challenging. I have yet to go to the National Archives so I still have hope!
    Quote Originally Posted by e_r View Post
    My great-great-grandfather's surname is Aparici. My great-grandmother died as a Montoya because she married a Mexican in the US, but they parted because she left for the Philippines for reasons unknown. I'd have to ask my grandmother!
    I wonder-does National Archives collect records from various provinces across the islands? Since I'm living in the States, I hope I can go to the Philippines to discover the records.

    Quote Originally Posted by simple View Post
    Yeah, it's hard to actually look for old records specially in the Philippines. did you try in Mormon church cause we found some old records there.
    I have done that in the United States but it was an unsuccessful effort because I need the details on my grandparents' names and birthplaces. The last resort was to send my letter to the priest at the local church in Bicol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinayWoman View Post
    Hi simple, how are you?

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    Don't worry. Sometimes I do visit here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinayWoman View Post
    I have a DNA relative on 23andme and his/her parents are from my dad's hometown in Bicol. I shared my 23andme's AC composition with her. It's rare to see her European ancestry which is 29.1% on speculative mode and 28.2% on standard mode. It's really rare to see the large amount of European ancestry in the majority of the Filipino population.
    What would you expect me to score on a DNA test?:

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    Gabriela Ortega

    ^Filipino side (dad) Ilocano and (mom) Bicolana. I guess she's related to the Ortega in La Union. related to Coleen Garcia too.
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    Filipina Mestiza of Spanish descent
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