Although I took up a lot of history subjects during my university years, I never got the chance to study genealogy and family history in a much greater detail. As far as my genealogy is concerned, I have been doing a lot of research and tracing my family tree for years and there seems to be a proverbial brick wall that has kept holding me back from uncovering who are my much older ancestors are. Good thing, I found a lot of online sources, leads and information that helped me accumulate names both direct, indirect and even well-known ancestors.

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If you visit my family tree site (www.canonigofamily.com), I already have about 50,000+ names. I'm hoping to set up a new and reliable genealogy website with a dedicated domain so that not only it will look good, it will also become a comprehensive source for relatives out there looking to reconnect with each other. I've seen countless episodes of genealogy series like "Who Do You Think You Are" and "Finding Your Roots" and I'm looking forward to know more where I come from.

With that in mind, I'm hoping to know more about both my paternal and maternal lineages especially from the following direct ancestors where I descended from:

A) Paternal Lineage
 1. Alcario Canonigo (1825-?) - great-great-great grandfather
 2. Germandina Repostera (1826-?) - great-great-great grandmother
 3. Fruto Lara (1837-?) - great-great-great grandfather
 4. Apolinario Pañares (1825-?) - great-great-great-great grandfather
 5. Emeteria Manguera (1828-?) - great-great-great-great grandmother
 6. Bernardo Duterte (1763-?) - great-great-great-great-great grandfather**
 7. Dominga Guzman (1765?-?) - great-great-great-great-great grandmother
 8. Ygnacio de la Cruz (1760?-?) - great-great-great-great-great grandfather
 9. Petrona Fulgencia (1760?-?) - great-great-great-great-great grandmother
10. Nicolasa de Gracia (1855?-?) - great-great grandmother
11. Feliciana de Gracia (1806-?) - great-great-great-great-great grandmother
12. Salvador Tabelon (1892-1946) - great grandfather*
13. Placido Mañacap (1849-?) - great-great-great grandfather
14. Basilia Baricuatro (1858-1953) - great-great-great grandmother

B) Maternal Lineage
15. Felino CT Leon (1915?-?) - grandfather*
16. Regino Cabigon (1823-?) - great-great-great grandfather
17. Raimunda Quijano (1825?-?) - great-great-great grandmother
18. Remberto Roa Sr. (1861-?) - great-great grandfather*
19. Escolastico Duterte Sr. (1840?-1928) - great-great-great grandfather
20. Francisca Duterte (1820?-?) - great-great-great-great grandmother
21. Bernardo Duterte (1763-?) - great-great-great-great-great grandfather**

*-highest priority
**-same person

If I can uncover the family tree of these dead-end ancestors then I can unlock further possibilities perhaps lead me to who I'm looking for. At the same time, if we have common ancestors then we can probably reconnect and help each other out by providing key information that would help me reconstruct my family tree and indirectly help figure out your side of your family as well!

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