Hi. Thanks for replying.
You are very fortunate to have a grandmother who still lives at 97. She must be a treasure with many info no one knows anymore. I lost my grandparents when i was still a teenager and would love to have known them more at this point in my life when i am starting to trace my roots.
After very long time of research, I was able to trace my flordeliza ancestors registered at the church archives of san narciso (simeon flordeliza and toribia pacaanos or pacanos and casimiro cayquep married to rufina gil). i am trying to know how simeon and manuel were related. simeon was married to toribia pablo pacaanos and manuel was arried to maria dumlao. i was wondering if your grandmother knows where these flordelizas of san narciso came from. they were believed to be from ilocos but i dont have any idea in what part of ilocos. secondly there were no remaining flordelizas in san narciso and i want to know what happened. if they migrated to other places i would like to know where.
does your grandmother know anything on the origin of the cayqueps? were they also from the ilocos region?
any info will be much appreciated. thanks and god bless.
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