Principal Families of the Philippines

Principal Families of the Philippines

Project:
Pimentel Family of the Philippines Legarda Family of the Philippines Diaz Family of the Philippines Jimenez Family of the Philippines Cojuangco Family of the Philippines Concepcion Family of the Philippines Medina Family of the Philippines Ejercito Family of the Philippines Castelo Family of the Philippines Salvador Family of the Philippines Santiago Family of the Philippines Fernando Family of the Philippines Ocampo Family of the Philippines De Guzman Family of the Philippines Noel Family of the Philippines Fabella Family of the Philippines Almeda Family of the Philippines Padilla Family of the Philippines Hofileña Family of the Philippines Roces Family of the Philippines Calleja Family of the Philippines Villanueva Family of the Philippines Araneta Family of the Philippines Luz Family of the Philippines Barretto Family of the Philippines Syquia Family of the Philippines Lopez Family of the Philippines Montilla Family of the Philippines Alvarez Family of the Philippines Perez Family of the Philippines Mercado Family of the Philippines Martinez Family of the Philippines De la Cerna Project in the Philippines Quizon Family of the Philippines Vera Family of the Philippines Avellana Family of the Philippines Aguinaldo Family of the Philippines De la Rosa Family of the Philippines Hidalgo Family of the Philippines Ledesma Family of the Philippines Soriano Family of the Philippines Isaac Family of the Philippines Gonzales Family of the Philippines Macapagal Family of the Philippines Revilla Family of the Philippines Agoncillo Family of the Philippines Jose Family of the Philippines Del Rosario Family of the Philippines Hernandez Family of the Philippines Ongsiako Family of the Philippines Pacheco Family of the Philippines Alonso Family of the Philippines Avelino Family of the Philippines Locsin Family of the Philippines Flores Family of the Philippines Tanchangco Family of the Philippines Alunan Family of the Philippines Verano Family of the Philippines Yabut Family of the Philippines Abad Family of the Philippines De las Alas Family of the Philippines De la Paz Family of the Philippines Elizalde Family of the Philippines Jalandoni Family of the Philippines Mapa Family of the Philippines Lizares Family of the Philippines Ramos Family of the Philippines Osmena Family of the Philippines Ibanez Family of the Philippines Castro Family of the Philippines Ruiz Family of the Philippines Hizon Family of the Philippines Delgado Family of the Philippines Imperial Family of the Philippines Balmori Family of the Philippines Tinio Family of the Philippines Abella Family of the Philippines Mendoza Family of the Philippines Trinidad Family of the Philippines Paras Family of the Philippines Velasco Family of the Philippines Sumulong Family of the Philippines Aquino Family of the Philippines Tirona Family Tree Pañares Family of the Philippines Manuel Family of the Philippines De Jesus Family of the Philippines Villamor Family of the Philippines Duterte Family of the Philippines Lara Family of the Philippines Macaraeg Family of the Philippines Sison Family of the Philippines Tagle Family of the Philippines Mojica Family of the Philippines Romualdez Family of the Philippines Marcos Family of the Philippines Nepomuceno Family of the Philippines Buencamino Family of the Philippines Fernandez Family of the Philippines Manalo Family of the Philippines Bautista Family of the Philippines Pelaez Family of the Philippines Cruz Family of the Philippines Pascual Family of the Philippines Villegas Family of the Philippines Serrano Family of the Philippines Rivera Family of the Philippines De Leon Family of the Philippines Reyes Family of the Philippines
Description:
“Archipel des Indes Orientales” Map, dated 1757, shows the archipelagoes of Indonesia and the Philippines Philippine archipelagos, and the Moluccas. “Most of New Guinea is uncharted and the eastern portion remains completely unknown. An interesting curiosity is a triangular island group off Indochina called “St. Anthony’s String or the Eyeglasses”. The map is taken from Robert de Vaugondy’s very popular Atlas Unviersel.” Source: http://bit.ly/M7ebLY.
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July 4, 2012 at 8:10 PM

From the project Sison Family of the Philippines

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