Yes, I know that the "false" Ayalas have a lot of stuff named after them. They are fabulously wealthy and "buy" the name. When my auntie died, she wanted to put her obituary as de Ayala to show that she was a "true" Ayala while the others were just false. To show their power in society, the newspapers didn't show that name even though they paid for it. Even Abuelita's grave was changed from Concepcion Ayala Vda de Beltran to Concepcion A. Beltran. The whole district that the Ayalas owned and named after themselves, used to be owned by an ancestor of mine, the Tuasons.
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