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Albano in the Philippines

Albano in the Philippines

C. Albano (View posts)
Posted: 14 Feb 2001 7:36AM GMT
Would like to know where the original Albano family in the Philippines came from? In my genealogy search, I could only go as far as the 1800's with a Platon Albano (at times spelled Alvano). Does anyone know? Thanks.

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Jackie Albano Johnston (View posts)
Posted: 4 Sep 2001 9:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Albano
My dad was an Albano from the Philippines. His family was in Laoag, Illocos Norte, you might try in that area. I don't know much about the family there, but I had heard that "Albano" in the Northern Philippines was like "Johnson" in the US.

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albano (View posts)
Posted: 5 Sep 2001 10:31AM GMT
Classification: Query
Thank you for your reply. Cheers.

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James Albano (View posts)
Posted: 5 Jan 2003 11:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
My Grandfather came from Laoag. He came to America in the 30's. His name was Constantino Guiebb Albano. My father is Constantino Jr. My middle name is Rodrigo and is said to be my Great Grandfather's name.

Any help on this?

Rod Albano

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Jackie Albano Johnston (View posts)
Posted: 6 Jan 2003 8:19AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Albano, Johnston
Hi Rod,

I'm sorry, I don't have any of those names listed among those I know. But to tell you the truth, I've not been able to explore my father's line all that thoroughly yet. I have the names of his sisters and brothers and parents, but that's it so far.

My father's name was Paterno Cayetano (his mother's maiden name) Albano. His parents were Juan R. Albano and Victoria. I wonder if all the Albanos from Laoag weren't somehow related. I wish I had more information for you, but I don't. However, if you find a link somewhere, I'd love to have that information. Currently, I have an uncle Pacing who still lives in Laoag.

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Posted: 19 Jan 2011 7:51PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am an Albano from Dingras Ilocos Norte. I know the Guiebb Albanos from Laoag I know that we are related to them. Does the name Miguel Guiebb familiar to you? My grandfather's name was Gervacio and my father's was Pedro Albano.

Do you have any older relatives who are still alive and may be able to give us more names.

I am also related to the Albanos from Bacarra.

Albanos in the Philippines

Posted: 3 May 2011 5:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Jun 2012 4:39PM GMT
Likewise, I'm looking for my roots in the Philippines. My mother was Adeling Albano, oldest of 9 children, 2 girls, 7 boys. One of the boys was believed to have been assassinated by a very high ranking political opponent in 1962 or 1963. His name was Robert Albano.

Unfortunately, I don't remember any of my uncles or aunts names. However, one cousin's father was Pedro G. Ramirez, former Consul General to the U.S. in the 1960. Been trying to find his son, without any luck.

Albano family was also from Northern Luzon. That is all the information I have at the moment.

If looking to exchange info, please feel free to contact me.

Thank you,


Re: Albanos in the Philippines

Posted: 24 Aug 2013 4:24AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 24 Aug 2013 4:35AM GMT
HI, Robert!
My name is ED from Cabagan, Isabela (Cagayan Valley - Region 2, Phulippines. Your mother, Tita Adeling is the oldest sister of my father, RENE married to Avelina Perez Albano with 9 children. My father is the 4th child of Florencio "DODOY" Balabbo Albano (Cabagan) and Juana "Nena" Biltz Aggraviador (Echague, Isabela) while your mom was the oldest child. The other children of Lolo Dodoy (grandfather in Filipino) and Lola Nena, after your mom were, Florencio Jr. (Nuning - deceased), Candida (Diday) Albano Hernandez (Australia), Rene (my father - deceased), Ramon (Monching - deceased), Domingo (Mido - killed), Robert (BOB - Manila), Errol (Manila), Al Thomas (Al - Manila). Our great grandfather Francisco (Kikoy) was originally from Bacara, Ilocos Norte and married Martina Balabbo, a native of San Pablo (originally named Cabagan Viejo). Pande Kikoy and Mande Martina had 5 children - Florencio (our grandfather), Maria "Maring" Albano Batoon married to Constante Batoon also was part of the Philippine Consolate Affairs in the 60's & 70's. They have 1 daughter, Monina (USA). The third child of Mande and Pande was Rodolfo "Delfin" married to Alfreda Bagunu with 1 son, Rudy. The fourth child is Sol Albano Ramirez married to Pedro G. Ramirez, yes, the former Consul General to the US and former Ambassador to Korea and Germany. They have 5 children with 4 in the States including their son (Peter) and 1 daughter left in the Philippines. The youngest is Francisco "Paco" married to Crisenta Rojas Albano with i think 9 children mostly here in the Philippines.
I am again a town Councilor in Cabagan. From 2004 to 2013, i was elected as Vice Mayor.
If you want to contact me, my cellphone #s are +6329175742335 & +639209176603. You can also find me with my facebook account rene ed perez albano jr.
Hope to hear from you soon.

your cousin, ED

Re: Albanos in the Philippines

Posted: 6 Oct 2013 6:55AM GMT
Classification: Query
My dad is Pedro Albano Ramirez Jr. which is the son of of Pedro G Ramirez who was Filipino ambassador to Germany and consul general to the US in his time. Why are you looking for my father? My godfather is Rudy Albano, congressman of Manila, and his son tonipet, Malu, rodeto, Mari sol, millet, and manny are my close relatives I have not seen in years,, I am eventually going to the phillipines to learn more about my family since the guy you are looking for is a scum bag I suggest u quit while you are ahead, my father is a piece if shit who gave up his family for some drug using bitch that he got pregnant in the phillipines. Comes back home and kicks me and my sister out who wasn't even 18 yet! You really wanna find him then hit me up I'll tell u where his ass is.

Albanos in the Philippines

Posted: 30 Oct 2013 3:02PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 30 Oct 2013 3:15PM GMT
Hi Ed,

Yes, that is all what I remember when I visited the Philippines in 1980 for our grandfather's funeral. Have work today, but off tomorrow & Friday. Will write more then.


Your cousin Robert Albano Hall
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