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Jacinto Collantes Veluz
02.05.2006, 20:51
Filed under: Collantes, Veluz

Jacinto Collantes Veluz (1890-1978) of Del Gallego, Camarines Sur, Philippines was the son of Macario Lucban Veluz and Cipriana Collantes. 

He accompanied his father during his trips to nearby towns to trade cows. In one of their visits to Minalabac, Camarines Sur, he and his father met and fancied the young, orphaned Florentina Padilla Balid who was living with her uncle, the local judge. It is said that after “reasonable” negotiations between the elders, Jacinto gained a bride in exchange for their livestock. Their union bore several children, with the first three dying in infancy. Among their children were Salvador, Gregorio, Silverio, Celestino, Antonio, Bienvenido, Angustia and Pura.

Family History Research Notes

1. Jacinto Collantes Veluz’ Family Tree can be found on Geni.com.

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searching my family collantes

Comment by redith

history of family ancestors

Comment by redith collantes

Hi Redith: I have been having a hard time find our Collantes line. I was told the Collantes in our family was from Minalabac; but I haven’t been successful in finding any documentary proof. Will post my findings if I stumble onto something new …

Comment by Mona V

hi! i am also from the family of collantes clan here in the Philippines. My father mostly know our family line…They live in bicol region, some in batangas and some are in different parts of the Philippines. i am searching for my family bloodline but failed to do so…

Comment by kasandra collantes

hi cassandra. i have very little research into the collantes line, although it would be great if i can grow that. if you can plot your family tree on geni.com, perhaps you can find a shared lineage with someone also interested in tracing their family tree. collantes is not a very common name, so i am sure there are gems to be had. all the best!

Comment by Mona

Hi everyone,

Someone help me on finding one of my Girlfriends relatives? Her mother came from the Camarine sur, and she haven’t yet met her tito’s and tita’s i hope you’ll me. Thanks guys..

Comment by SJim




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