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List of family names who lived in Tumaga in the early 70's and prior:

If your Family Name belongs to this list, please click here. Please, provide the Matriarch's & Patriarch's names. Be proud of your family. Tell the world of their lives so they won't ever be forgotten. If I just have last names only in this list, it means only one thing: I need your help to provide with some information.

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AcuŮa -

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Bayot - Dimas Bayot, son of Ramon Gaganting-Cruz, was the brother of Juliana Ramillano Maletsky. Dimas had a son named Goyo, then Goyo had a son named Rodolfo, who is now the current Barangay Captain known as Rudy Bayot. The Bayot family has been around since the late 1800's.

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Bulaong - I remember Bobby, Norma and Arturo, ,....They just recently passed away.

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Carillo - I know the Carillo family. My father, Ben Maletsky, had a small flower farm in putik back in the 1950's and the Carillo family was a very good neighbor in fact the only neighbor that he had. I remember when we had to bring up drums of water via pahagat (sleigh pulled by carabao). The only other neighbor was the Ramillanos by the pantano.Juliana Ramillano Maletsky

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Cruz

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Enriquez

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Flores - Francisco Flores married Juana Ramillano - They had children: Luterio, Patrocinio, Luis, Armando, Titing?, ?, ?, ? ?

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Francisco

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Gagantiz-Cruz - This family has been in Tumaga since the Spaniards were in Zamboanga City.

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Gagaracruz - Here is a posting: Greetings from Holland, Hello there, I would like to ask you a favour to please include our family name in your website, Iím Jackie Gagaracruz Scholtens of Tumaga Interior, My grandmother is originally from Tumaga, her name is Petua Breta Francisco married to Rufo Gagaracruz, They had 8 children and my father is the second to the youngest, his name is Mauro Gagaracruz My father married to my mom Paquita Mariano in1957 and we are also 8 brothers and sisters, We all born stay and live in Tumaga near St. Claire and Forest lake Cemetery but now because Iíve got married to a Dutch guy so Iím living here in Holland, Kindly please include My fatherís name on your website, Again his name is Mauro Gagaracruz. Thank you so much Take care God bless Jackie Gagaracruz Scholtens

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Garcia

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Gutierez

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Invierno
Here is a request from: Imelda Invierno Tolitel - Niehoff
email: imeengeorgia03@yahoo.com
Hello everyone there in Tumaga and to all my relatives and friends. I just want to request the webmaster to consider the family of Invierno to be on your list of the families of the 70's. Invierno family headed by my late uncle Cesar Invierno has always called Tumaga their home even way before the 70's. Mrs. Ramona Invierno, many of their children and grandchildren still reside there. Thank you and more power to the people of Tumaga. If you think you know me during my younger years, please keep in touch by using my email address above.

Submitted by: Imelda Invierno Tolitel - The Invierno family, headed by my late uncle Cesar Invierno, should belong to this list. If you have any doubts, please do your own research--ask the old folks around. This family with Ramona as the wife still resides there in one of the homes fronting the school. They have lived in that same house/location even before the 70's. No doubt about that. My own family of Tolitel, moved to Tumaga in 1981, but we used to visit the Inviernos in Tumaga even years before that.

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Ivanoff - Russian immigrant who settled in Tumaga and his family has lived there since the early 1940's.

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Jalon

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Jimenez

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Julian -

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Locson - I remember Berting, Rosilier, Bong, June .....

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Logronio - by Jung: I grew up in this place tumaga.as a young boy we always go to the river to catch fish and bath.It was in the early 80's that we really enjoy are childhood experience in this place.My late father who's been in this place since the late 70's,also deserve to be included in this page.His family name is Logronio and they called him joke.ask anybody there and they know him.......

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Maletsky
Benjamin Otto Maletsky and Juliana Ramillano - Married in 1931 had 11 children - Left Tumaga to live in Guiwan, then moved back to Tumaga Por Centro in 1949. Juliana Ramillano was born in February 16, 1913 and daughter of Ramon Gaganting-Cruz and Jancinta Ramillano both of Tumaga. Benjamin was an American soldier who retired in Zamboanga as a farmer. He shared his farming knowledge with his fellow  farmers in tumaga. The Maletsky family still lives and farms in Tumaga Por Centro to this date.

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Marcial

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Macrohon

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Masuhud  -  i don't know if Masuhud Family can be considered "the families of 70's" of Tumaga. My parents move in and built our modest abode in 1976. Me, my siblings and one of my nephew are all graduates of tumaga elementary school, we literally grew up in this barangay and in fact a drive has been named "Masuhud Drive". submitted by: Kherwin

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Mendoza

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Ramillano - In the 1920's Santiago Ramillano married Maria Bello - They had children: Felipe; Juana; ?; ?; ?
       Felipe Ramillano married Lilia ? -- They had children: Michael, Rafael, Mathew, Felipe Jr., Jonas, Ma.Fe
       Juana Ramillano married Francisco Flores - They had children: Luterio, Patrocinio, Luis, Armando, ?, ?, ?, ? ?
Some say that the Ramillanos have been around since before Tumaga was born. Before Rudy Bayot was Barangay Captain, the late Felipe Ramillano was the Barangay captain.
Here is an entry from the guest book: "Its nice to be able to surf and locate our barangay in the web. I am the eldest son (Michael) of the Late Barangay Captain Felipe Ramillano. My Mother Lilia (Deceased) was a retired school teacher at the Tumaga Elementary School . I have four brothers Rafael, Matthew, Felipe Jr & Jonas we also have a sister named Ma. Fe . Our Grand father is Santiago Ramillano married to Maria Bello." Submitted by: Michael Ramillano

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Saavedra - I went to Tumaga Elementary School with Marcelino Saavedra

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Torres
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The "TORRES" family should also be considered in the list of family names who lived in Tumaga in the early 70's and prior. simply because, my late Father Mr. Maximo I. Torres Jr. who live in Tumaga Interior before the 70's and married to Mrs. Fely L. Torres and blessed with 5 children likewise, contributed somehow in kind in many aspects to the Barangay of Tumaga.Even before the time of Barangay captain mr. Bundio Marcial (deceased)down to his successors Mr. Felipe Ramillano (deceased), Dr. Romeo Dela Cruz and the incumbent vigorous and famous kind hearted and very helpful Barangay Captain and no other than Mr. Rodolfo Bayot can attest that we the "Torres" clan also belongs to the list of 70's and prior. Humbly speaking, everytime the original residents of Tumaga sees the statues(mother mary and the angels)located at the foot of the Tumaga Bridge (Groto) they will also reminisce the Kindness extended by the late "JUN TORRES". In additional to these, The late "Jun Torres" also, founded the Catholic Charismatic in Tumaga, Led the Barangay Tanod as well, peacemaker when trouble arises between the so-called Batang Bato and the other brave youngster of yesteryears as he is also one of the respected non politician personalities in Tumaga. We, the 5 sons of late "JUN TORRES" also Graduated from Tumaga Elementary School from early 70's to late 70's. Until now the "TORRES" clan resides in Tumaga Interior and our mother is still very active in various religious work. anticipating thru the kind help of webmaster zamboanga.com our "TORRES" family name will also be included and posted soon in the list.  contributed by: REYNOLD  TORRES and he can be reached at: reynold_torres@rieltmaritime.com.ph

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Tuban

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Zapanta - I went to Tumaga Elementary School with the late Rodrigo Zapanta

This page compiled by: Franklin Harry Maletsky son of Benjamin Otto Maletsky and Juliana Ramillano Maletsky

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