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The Genealogy of the Aetas of Botolan

The Genealogy of the Aetas of Botolan

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The genealogical survey report of the Balintay Clan conducted on March 10, 2005 at hacienda Garcia, Taugtog, Botolan, Zambales where most of the members of the clan are located. The key informants were Francisco Balintay and Raul dela Cruz and belong to the 4th and 5th generations respectively beyond starting from as far as he can recall. Additional information was obtained through interview settlements and resettlements in Zambales.
The genealogical survey report of the Balintay Clan conducted on March 10, 2005 at hacienda Garcia, Taugtog, Botolan, Zambales where most of the members of the clan are located. The key informants were Francisco Balintay and Raul dela Cruz and belong to the 4th and 5th generations respectively beyond starting from as far as he can recall. Additional information was obtained through interview settlements and resettlements in Zambales.

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The Genealogy of the Aetas of Botolan
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Project Development Institute
The Balintay ClanBarangay Villar, Botolan, ZambalesTribe: Aeta
Genealogical Survey Report
The genealogical survey report of the Balintay Clan was conducted on March 10,2005 at hacienda Garcia, Taugtog, Botolan, Zambales where most of the members of the clanare located. The key informants were Francisco Balintay and Raul dela Cruz and belong tothe 4
th
and 5
th
generations respectively beyond starting from as far as he can recall. Additionalinformation was obtained through interview settlements and resettlements in Zambales.
The Genealogy Census and Consultation Workshop held at hacienda Garcia, Taugtog,Botolan, Zambales on March 10, 2005. Photo shows Ernesto Balintay (left) relatestheir clan history while PDI Executive Director Aurea Miclat-Teves (far right in strifeshirt with gray jacket) listens attentively together with other participants.
According to the informants, their primogenitors were from Sitio Wayway,Kalawangan and Binawawangan a certain sitios of Villar, Botolan, Zambales. They aregenuine Aeta. During the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, they were forced to leave and resettled atthe evacuation centers within and adjacent to the Municipality of Botolan. Since they have nomeans of livelihood in the evacuation centers, they are going back to their place, which, theyclaimed as their ancestral domain.
 
Kanoto, Tanaman ang Kayawan are brothers whose parents are not known by theinformants.1. The Descendants of BalintayA. Kanoto Balintay withthe union of his wiferesulted to four children.Toho the rst childrenmarried to Hinuwagwith one child Sapono.The second was Andaymarried to CenonAtanacio and their unionresulted to one childPaletpet.
Aetas tracing the boundary of their original village in Baytan,Botolan, Zambales.
Catalina, the third had a union with Ignacio Ramos. Their union was not blessed with a child. The fourth, Orang was married to Cenon Docuyanan and blessed with ve children, Loreng, Ampang, Edgardo “Pablo”, Tayang andManang “Nakurol”.B. Tanaman married Onyang Magtaong and their union was blessed with vechildren, Unday, Ricardo, Sebio and Sening.Unday was married to Nahulok Cabalic and not blessed with children. Thesecond was Ricardo married to Causa Cosme as his rst wife. Their unionresulted to two children Catalino and Apolonio. Catalino married AvelinaCandule and resulted to ve children. Berting, the rst child married ZenaidaPelayo. Jesus, the second had a union with Rosie Cabalic. The third is Anitawho is in love with Lito Atanacio. The fourth is Jose and bonded with RosieCarino and the fourth child is Pinong who fell in love with Nora dela Cruz.Apolonio the second child of Ricardo had a union with Maying Juliano andtheir union resulted to six children, Ruben, Perlita, Jovino, Agosto, ApolonioJr., and Tirso. Ruben married Cheory Bulanhigan, Perlita had a union withSalvador Juliano, Jovino fell in love with Lerma Algaba, Agosto with EvaDolandolan, Apolonio Jr., bonded with Caring Carino and Tirso with EmangCabalic.Ricardo had a union with Mercedez Ramos as his second wife and resulted totwo children, Celino and Mila.
 
The third child of Tanaman and Oyang is Sebyo who remained single. Seningthe fourth child married to Evangelino Atanacio and begot two children, Berutand Shirley.
Many of the Aeta families who evacuated during the Mt. Pinatubo eruption in 1991 hadreturned back to their original village and started settling and planting crops again.
C. Kayawan and Donata MagtanongThe union of Kayawan and Donata Magtanong begot ten children. Theyare Pacuwen, Felipe known as Miguel, Juan, Vicenta, Severina, Eldifonsacalled “Matilde”, Minang, Paulo, Puto and a brother who is unknown to theinformant.1. The descendants of Pacuwen and Armando Bulanhigan.Pacuwen married to Armando Bulanhigan and their union was blessedwith three children Gregorio, Anacleta and Valeriana. Gregoriomarried Emiliana Candule. Their marriage is blessed with vechildren. Federico married Nena Apejas and begot eight children.Gregoria decided to live with Jaime dela Cruz. Their union was blessed with seven children.Romulo contracted marriage with Soa Escania and begot six children.The fth child is Carlito, decided to share his life with Lunesta Cabalicand blessed with six children.Anacleta exchanged I DO with Miguel Jugatan and their union was blessed with one daughter Miguela who get married with BenjaminIgnacio. Five children came from the womb of Miguela.

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As the son of missionary parents, Fred and Virginia Pennoyer, I spent some childhood years in the original Villar settlement in the late 50s and know many od the now older Balintays especially the children of Jacinto. His son Fred lived in my parent's house in Bataan and went to High School. I consider him my brother. dpennoyer@aol.com
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