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Apolonio de la Cruz Porcincula
10.24.2008, 23:59
Filed under: De La Cruz, Porcincula

Apolonio de la Cruz Porcincula of Malabon, Rizal, Philippines was the son of Cirilo Porcioncula and Pascuala de la Cruz.

He married Cirila Concepcion de Leon, daughter of Patricio de Leon and Agustina Concepcion, on 12 October 1893 in Catholic rights in San Bartolome De Tambobong, Malabon, Rizal, Philippines. Their union bore three children: Sergio, Eugenia and Salud. Lolo Apolonio was an alleged member of the Katipunan and was very loyal to Andres Bonifacio.

On his marriage record to Cirila, Lolo Apolonio’s last name was spelled “PorCIUNGcula”, yet another variant of the name used by his descendants, “PorCINcula”.

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Lolo Apolonio

Family History Research Notes

1. Church Marriage Record of Apolonio de la Cruz Porciungcula and Cirila Concepcion de Leon, dated 12 October 1893.
2. Apolonio de la Cruz Porcincula’s Family Tree can be found on Geni.com.

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A friend forwarded your website to me to check the de la Cruz surname. My great grandmother is Ysabel de la Cruz and her parents are Tomas de la Cruz and Francisca Maria, all from Maalat, Manila. Ysabel married my great grandfather, Pablo Pontimayor and lived in Catmon, Cebu. Their daughter Alejandra Pontimayor, married Petronilo Prota/Fruta. My dad, is Patricio Fruta and I am his daughter, Annie.
Most of my research has been done through the LDS Church, here in Mariposa, CA.
You have a great website of you family.

Comment by Annie Fruta Beck

hi annie. thanks for the kind words! i wish i could help you with your de la cruz line. unfortunately, i have very little info on my end. will post any developments here.

Comment by Mona

Mona, Hi, I finally went to your website after my cousin Emily mentioned it a while back. It was great to see the photo of our mutual relative Lolo Apolonio that I recall my Lolo Sergio Porcincula mentioning to me as a child. My family was thrilled and our oldest, my ate Toni, remembered quite a few names. I have a few updates, but can you email me back first? I just wanted to connect here on the website. Thanks! Nice to connect with you and thanks for posting this so the dispersed family can find it. -Carmen

Comment by Carmen Porcincula Espanol

hi carmen. we are second cousins! i just sent you an invitation to access the profile i created for you on geni.com. i would appreciate it if you could help fill in the blanks. thanks!

Comment by Mona

when I first went to this site 4 years ago, I show this to my grandpa Felipe this picture. He said that this is his grandpa. He was very surprise to see this.

Comment by Sergio

hi im aldren,, just wanna know if am i belong in this clan? obviously, i am dela cruz, my father is anecito delacruz his fathers name is francisco dela cruz……im am interested to be belong to this clan. hope to be part of it… – aldren of qatar

Comment by aldren

@Aldren, thanks for visiting the site. The names of your father & grandfather do not appear on our database (http://amingangkan.com/names-database/). We do have a “Francisca” though. If you want to start tracing your genealogy, I suggest you document what you know of your family on sites like http://www.geni.com. From that, you can grow your tree through research and collaboration. =)

Comment by Mona

I find this interesting. I used to be very interested in my family’s roots back when I was young and at the advent of internet, was thrilled about this family search but somehow lost interest. I might be able to start something. I’m not sure if my grandfather is related to any of you: Gregorio Dela Cruz from Bulacan. He lived in Sta Cruz Manila and was a businessman who owned karetelas and karetela-buses that plied Manila. Thanks for the inspiration.

Comment by pinoyleonardo

Thanks for the visit, Leonardo! And the kind words. I wish you all the luck in your search for your roots. :)

Comment by Mona




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