RIZAL TREE

Family Tree, Photos & Stories

Blog

view:  full / summary

Charina Dinglasan Email dtd. June 20, 2007

Posted by rizaltree on June 21, 2007 at 2:09 PM Comments comments (3)

I came across your site and I would like to correct the details under Paciano Rizal. My grandmother Eugenia Rizal Lopez , whom just passed away last year is the grand daughter of General Paciano Rizal and Severina Decena. You might not know that The only daughter of Gen Paciano is Emilia Rizal who was married to her first cousin Anotnio Lopez who is the son of Narcisa Rizal.

Your information that General Paciano Rizal does not have any descendants is in correct. I am a fifth generation of General Paciano Rizal and Severina Decena.

For you information.

Regards,

Charina Dinglasan

Travel Consultant

House of Travel LynnMall Ltd

3058 Great North Road, New Lynn

Auckland, New Zealand

Ph: 9-826-2260 Fax: 9-826-2261

DX: DP95209Email: charinad@hot.co.nz

Web Address: www.houseoftravel.co.nz

Malou Villaroman Email dated Sept 7/06 re updates

Posted by rizaltree on September 7, 2006 at 10:29 AM Comments comments (3)
Thu, 7 Sep 2006 03:39:09 -0700 (PDT)
From: Send an Instant Message "malou villaroman" <malouvv@yahoo.com>  View Contact Details  View Contact Details   Add Mobile Alert
Yahoo! DomainKeys has confirmed that this message was sent by yahoo.com. http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/mail/context/context-101.html')" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Learn more
Subject: Update of Jose Rizal family tree
To: jobelizes@aol.com
CC: job_elizes@yahoo.com
Dear Mr. Elizes,
 
I am a relative of jose Rizal in the clan of Saturnina.  Please update.  Thank you.
Malou
 
 
Adela Hidalgo Ver Died1944 And Jose Quevedo Ver Died1963
 
Children
 
Jose    H. Ver Born 1914 Died 1941
 
 
Bernardino H. Ver Born 19--  Died 1974       +married to Belen G. Ver
 
children
 
Justo Ver
 
Emma Ver   Born 1921                       married to Ramon E. Reyes
 
Children
 
Rebecca V. Reyes
Enrique V. Reyes
Ysmael V. Reyes
Emmanuel V. Reyes
Salud V. Reyes
Victor V. Reyes
Emerito V. Reyes
Ramoncita V. Reyes
Rica V. Reyes
 
 
Purisima Ver Born 1923 Died 1984 married to Nestor T. Villaroman Born 1927 Died 1990
 
children
 
Gerad V. Villaroman Born 1959  married to Ma. Lourdes Jimenez
Ma. Lourdes V. Villaroman Born 1961
Gabriel V. Villaroman
 
 
Aurora H. Ver Born 1926  married to Felix M. Gonzalez
 
children
Manolet V. Gonzalez
Felix V. Gonzalez Jr.
Nannette V. Gonzalez
Patricia V. Gonzalez
Jocelyn V. Gonzalez
Daniel V. Gonzalez Born 1959
Michael V. Gonzalez Born 1962
John John V. Gonzalez
 
 
 
 

Froilan V. Tiglao Email of Aug. 10, 2006

Posted by rizaltree on August 10, 2006 at 4:29 PM Comments comments (3)
Tata:
 
I viewed your Rizal site again and I copied some pictures.  I searched my records and found the following information:
 
--Dona Teodora was born in Manila on November 9, 1827. She died in Manila on August 16, 1911.
--Don Francisco died on January 5, 1898.
 
 -------------------------------
 

 
Picture above was taken when Narcisa (in black) claimed Rizal's body on August 17, 1898.
 
As recalled by Asuncion Lopez Bantug:
 
"Two years later, in the turmoil that followed the American
occupation of Manila, his family seized the chance to recover my Lolo
Jose's body unhindered by Church or State. Spain had fallen in the
Philippines; American troops took over in Manila on August 13, 1898.
Four days later, on August 17, my Lola Sisa, accompanied by her
daughter Angelica, sculptor Romualdo Teodoro de Jesus, Higino
Francisco and Doroteo Ongjungco, went to the Paco Cemetery and had
the grave dug up.

"The body was found to have been buried directly into the earth,
without a coffin. Nevertheless, the clothes were still recognizable,
though whatever my Lolo Jose had hidden in his shoes had long rotted
away. A vertebra showing a bullet wound was kept in a glass and
silver cup in Lola's house.

"The remains were taken to my Lola Sisa's house, where Higino
Francisco and Romualdo Teodoro de Jesus themselves reverently washed
the bones. They were later placed in an ivory urn carved by De Jesus.
This urn was venerated in frequent public ceremonies during the
1900s, when Rizal began to be honored as the National Hero of the
Philippines."
 
----------------------------------
 
 
 
The picture above was taken on December 29, 1912, the day before Rizal's body was buried at the base of the Rizal Monument.  Here's the caption:  "The Knights of Rizal and other followers stood vigil over Rizal's
remains before their transfer to the Luneta monument."
 
As recalled by Asuncion Lopez Bantug:

"In 1912, the foundations were laid for a monument at the Luneta that
would also serve as the final tomb for the hero's mortal remains. On
December 29, 1912, the urn containing the remains was borne in solemn
procession from the family's house to the Ayuntamiento, that fine
Marble Hall that had been a symbol of Spanish sovereignty in the
Philippines. [Teodora Alonso was laid in state in the same location
the previous year.] In the salon of the Ayuntamiento, the urn was
enshrined on a magnificent catafalque surrounded by innumerable
floral wreaths, offerings of the nation. Throughout that night, the
Knights of Rizal and other patriotic groups as well as the public
kept vigil round the catafalque."
--------------------------------
 
 
The picture above was taken on December 30, 1912, the final procession/parade of Rizal's body from the Ayuntamiento to the monument grounds for burial.
 
--------------------------------
 
I'll continue to search for more Rizal info for your Website.
 
Froi 

My email to Antonio Boncan Herbosa, 15 Feb 2006

Posted by rizaltree on February 15, 2006 at 9:35 PM Comments comments (0)
Date: Wed, 15 Feb 2006 18:30:22 -0800 (PST)
From: "jobo" <job_elizes@yahoo.com>  View Contact Details  View Contact Details   Add Mobile Alert
Subject: RIZAL TREE
To: "antonio boncan herbosa" <antonio.b.herbosa@pna.ph>
Dear Antonio,
I am pleased to inform you that I created a new site for Rizal Family Tree at
Please continue to send corrections, photos, links, etc. to increase info about
family trivia of the whole clan.
Thank you.
Job

My email to Rodny Beliso dated 14 Feb 2006

Posted by rizaltree on February 15, 2006 at 9:09 PM Comments comments (0)
Date: Tue, 14 Feb 2006 10:57:33 -0800 (PST)
From: "jobo" <job_elizes@yahoo.com>  View Contact Details  View Contact Details   Add Mobile Alert
Subject: Rizal Tree
To: Send an Instant Message "rodney beliso" <rizal_beliso@yahoo.com>
Hi Rodney,
I just finished the transfer of the Rizal Tree to a new site.
Would appreciate your feedback and honest comments.
By the way, where are you based?
Job

My Email to Rodney Beliso dated 13 Feb 2006

Posted by rizaltree on February 15, 2006 at 9:06 PM Comments comments (0)
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2006 03:48:11 -0800 (PST)
From: "jobo" <job_elizes@yahoo.com>  View Contact Details  View Contact Details   Add Mobile Alert
Yahoo! DomainKeys has confirmed that this message was sent by yahoo.com. http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/mail/context/context-101.html')" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Learn more
Subject: Re: Jose Rizal Family Tree
To: Send an Instant Message "rodney beliso" <rizal_beliso@yahoo.com>
Hello Rodney,
My apologies for this late reply.
Just got back to NY from trip to Philippines. Good thing
we landed at JFK earlier than the snow storm that hit the east.
There are many FERRERS in Philippines, coming from all
places around the country. Actually, such names were given
to by the Spaniards during 300 years of rule of the country.
This is one reason, it is not easy to go beyond 1850s for genealogical
search nor establish the blood connection between peoples.
I am sorry I have not linked your websites to my Rizal site.
Actually, I want to do a more presentable Rizal Family website,
so I need to do some revisions yet.
All the data there came from cyberspace. I merely copied them,
but clearly stating the source of such search.
There are other Rizal sites, but mine is merely to describe
the extended family of Rizal, specially descendants, photos,
etc. Your info are very useful in my continuing search.
This is just a hobby and I enjoy exchange emails with you.
2 descendants contacted me but stopped. I will probably
contact them again.
Job

My Reply to Rodney Beliso dated 6 Feb 2006

Posted by rizaltree on February 15, 2006 at 9:03 PM Comments comments (1)
Date: Mon, 6 Feb 2006 08:39:36 -0800 (PST)
From: "jobo" <job_elizes@yahoo.com>  View Contact Details  View Contact Details   Add Mobile Alert
Yahoo! DomainKeys has confirmed that this message was sent by yahoo.com. http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/mail/context/context-101.html')" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Learn more
Subject: Re: Jose Rizal Family Tree
To: Send an Instant Message "rodney beliso" <rizal_beliso@yahoo.com>
Hi Rodney,
Many thanks for the useful information.
I will link all the urls that you have lised in my Rizal website.
In my opinion, such info can help bridge and connect all the
descendants and extended families of Jose Rizal.
My hobby is creating family trees and collecting
stories of people in those trees.
I find the Rizal tree fascinating.
Regarding my person, I am pleased to introduce my family at
Your new friend,
Job

Rodney Beliso Email dated 5 Feb 2006

Posted by rizaltree on February 15, 2006 at 8:59 PM Comments comments (0)
Date: Sun, 5 Feb 2006 23:48:13 -0800 (PST)
From: Send an Instant Message "rodney beliso" <rizal_beliso@yahoo.com>  View Contact Details  View Contact Details   Add Mobile Alert
Yahoo! DomainKeys has confirmed that this message was sent by yahoo.com. http://help.yahoo.com/help/us/mail/context/context-101.html')" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">Learn more
Subject: Jose Rizal Family Tree
To: jobelizes@aol.com, job_elizes@yahoo.com
CC: Send an Instant Message rizal_beliso@yahoo.com
Hello Job Guerrero Elizes,
I see that you are putting together a family tree of Jose Rizal.
I have some information that you are missing on the Soledad Rizal branch.
Please go to the links I have listed below,

http://www.geocities.com/rizal_beliso/Jose_Rizal_youngest_sister.html

 It will show court documents, magazine articles, and the missing branch of Soledad's 2nd family after Pantaleon Quintero.
If you read page 1 of the 9 pages from Paciano Rizals secretary of treasury 1897 this is a living trust that states (Luis Beliso) is the half brother of all the children belonging to Soledad Rizal.

If you go to the link below, It will take you to an article from the Filipinas magazine (May 2005 issue). mentioning one of the great grandsons  of Soledad Rizal.

http://www.geocities.com/rizal_beliso/Soldier_of_passion.html

If you need more facts on Soledad Rizal please do not hesitate to contact me at rizal_beliso@yahoo.com

Thank you,
Rodney Beliso





Antonio B. Herbosa email dated Mar 7, 2005

Posted by rizaltree on February 15, 2006 at 8:53 PM Comments comments (0)
To: jobelizes@aol.com, job_elizes@yahoo.com
Subject: RIzal family Tree
From: Antonio.B.Herbosa@pna.ph
Date: Mon, 7 Mar 2005 14:56:57 +0800

Plain Text Attachment [ Download File | Save to Yahoo! Briefcase ]

I wish to congratulate you on a nice website on the Rizal Family tree. 
I 
just noticed many portions of the tree is incomplete. Perhaps I can
have my cousin or father help fill up our portion of the Family tree.

                                        Estanislao Herbosa -Fortunata 
Herbosa
                                                                l
                                Enrique Herbosa ( son) 
------------------------  Francisco Herbosa (son)
                                        l    l
                                Pacita Boncan Herbosa ( wife)   Aida 
Guidote Herbosa ( wife)
                                  has four kids: Antonio, Enrique  
                                  Edgardo and Patricia
Regards,



ANTONIO BONCAN HERBOSA
Principal
Corporate Finance Divison
Punongbayan & Araullo
19th Floor, Tower 1, The Enterprise Center
Ayala Avenue, Makati City
Tel : (63) (2) - 887-9482
Fax: (63) (2) - 886-5506
http://www.punongbayan-araullo.com

Rss_feed