Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
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Location of Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
- Guadalupe is one of the Barangays in Baybay City.
- Baybay City is in the Province of Leyte
- Leyte is an island province within Region VIII in the Eastern Visayas area.
History of Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
Formerly Barangay Guadalupe is a part of or a sitio of Barangay Gabas known as Utod. The word utod means "cut" in English. An equally viable story, mostly known is that Utod got it name as a by product of sawing "Gabas". So, the product of sawing is a piece of something being cut or done.
Historically, a Barangay is relatively a small community of around 50 to 100 families, Most villages has only 30 to 100 houses and the population varies from 100 to 500 persons. According to Legazpi, he found communities with 20 t0 30 persons only. Many coastal villages in Visayan region consisted of no more than 8 to 10 houses. The word itself derived from ancient Malay boat called Balangay. It is commonly believed in precolonial Philippines, each coastal Balangay formed as a result of settlers arriving by boat.
OnJune 21, 1959 by virtue of Republic Act No. 2606, an act changing the name of barrio Utod in the municipality of Baybay, province of Leyte, to Guadalupe.It was then the time of Philippine 4th congress ( 1957-1961 ) represented by Congressman Alberto Aguja a representative from the 2nd legislative district of Leyte. Normally the congressman is the one responsible for passing a law converting a village into a Barrio or Barangay.The municipality of Baybay along with the municipalities of Inopacan, Hindang, Hilongos, Bato, Matalom, Albuera, (Ormoc) became a city only in 1947 and Kananga established only in 1950 all belong to the 2nd district of Leyte. The 2nd district of Leyte was represented by the late Congressman Domingo Veloso predecessor of Congressman Alberto Aguja who served the 1st congress(1946-1949), the 2nd congress(1949-1953), and the 3rd congress(1953-1957). Practically, Congressman Domingo Veloso served the congress from 1946 to 1957 in row from the first congress to the third congress.
1959 the same year the province of Souther Leyte was created. This was then the time of President Carlos P. Garcia another President from the Visayas region.
Barangay Guadalupe is located 7 kilometers north from the town proper of Baybay in the province of Leyte. On the East Backdrop the Grandeur of Pangasugan Mountain to the West the Beautiful Camotes sea to the north the Visayas State University and to the south the mother Barangay of Gabas.
Our Barangay is headed by Hon. Alexander A. Abungan( Punong Barangay) the chairman of Guadalupe Sangguniang Barangay. He lead the Barangay councilors(Kagawad) composed of Hon. Manuel M. Arabiana, chair committe on Agriculture,Fisheries, Cooperatives and Livelihood. Hon. Monico C. Amihan chair on Finance, Ways and Means, Rules and Laws. Hon. Isidro A. Amihan chair on Social Services, Hon Jose A. Espinosa chair on Education and Environment, Hon. Herminia B. Alba chair on Health, Hon. Artemio T. Nayre chair on Peace and Order and Hon. Alejandro C. Bartolini chair on Infrastructure and Public Utilities Maintenance.The SK Chairman head of the youth council is the 8th member to the council Hon. Melvince R. Martirez direct the Youth oriented activities and Sports, with him are his members to the youth council the sprung out of the Kabataan Barangay which started during the Marcos Administration.
|To East backdrop the Grandeur of Mt. Pangasugan.|
|To the West the Beautiful Camotes Sea.|
|To the North the Visayas State University.|
|To South Our former Mother Barangay Gabas as seen in the Background.|
People of Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
Total Population of Guadalupe
Elected Government Officials of Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
- Elected Officers of Guadalupe for the term of 2010 - 2013
- Leyte, Baybay City, Guadalupe, Kagawad 1, Manuel M Arabiana Sr
- Leyte, Baybay City, Guadalupe, Kagawad 2, Monico C Amihan
- Leyte, Baybay City, Guadalupe, Kagawad 3, Isidro A Amihan
- Leyte, Baybay City, Guadalupe, Kagawad 4, Jose A Espinosa
- Leyte, Baybay City, Guadalupe, Kagawad 5, Herminia B Alba
- Leyte, Baybay City, Guadalupe, Kagawad 6, Artemio T Nayre
- Leyte, Baybay City, Guadalupe, Kagawad 7, Alejandro C Bartolini
- Leyte, Baybay City, Guadalupe, Punong Barangay (Chairman), Alexander A Abungan
- Leyte, Baybay City, Guadalupe, SK Chairman, Melvince R Martirez
Businesses in Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
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- Businesses in Guadalupe
- Oradalami Store
- Rizal Street,Zone 4
- Guadalupe Baybay City, Leyte.
- Tel. #563-1389
- Oradalami Store
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Real Estate for Sale or lease in Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
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Churches, Mosques, or Places of Worship in Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
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Schools in Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
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Economy of Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
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Natural Resources of Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
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Tourists Attractions of Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
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Fiestas and Traditions of Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
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Your Story about Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
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The oldest man or woman in Guadalupe, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
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