MUNICIPALITY OF LILIO (LILIW, LAGUNA), Historical Data of Part I - Philippine Historical Data MUNICIPALITY OF LILIO (LILIW, LAGUNA), Historical Data of Part I - Philippine Historical Data


Municipality of Liliw



About these Historical Data

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History and Cultural


Lilio, Laguna

Submitted by:
(SGD.) Domingo B. Natoza
District Supervisor
All Lilio Elementary School Teachers

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District Supervisor

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1. Present official name of the town - Lilio
2. Former name - None
Present Name -
The town of Lilio was founded by Gat Tayaw in 1570. After the founding of the town, Tayaw and his men decided to erect a bamboo pole in the middle of the town and watched the bird that would be the first to alight on its top. On the seventh day of constant and patient watching and waiting, a beautiful bird alighted on its top and sang, "Iliw, iliw, iliw!" The eldest among them shouted, "That is iliw-iliw." Hence, the town was named Liliw or Lilio, derived from the bird iliw-iliw, meaning "maaliw" or happy.
3. (a) Date of establishment - 1570
(b) Name and social position of the founder:
Gat Tayaw, the founder of Lilio, was one of the sons of Gat Tapiya. He ruled the town after its establishment for about 54 years. He was married and his eldest son, Masulong, was the first to be baptized and converted into Catholicism. Masulong was baptized by Fr. Martin Herrada. His godfather was Don Juan Banliol, a Spaniard, and the name given to him was Don Juan Masulong.
4. Name of persons who held leading official positions in the community:
To facilitate the administration of the government, Gat Tayaw divided the town into four barangays, namely: Ilaya or Suñgi under the leadership of Barsalan; Oples under the administration of Mandig; Liliw Pequeño under Bansala-Rumanda; and Liliw Grande under the leadership of Masulong, the eldest son of Gat Tayaw.


1601-1604 - D. Lukas Pasakao
1605-1606 - D. Luis Kapiguing
1607 - D. Fabian Paglayonan
1608 - D. Pedro Balangawin
1609 - D. Juan Olangin
1610-1613 - D. Pedro Bangalin
1614-1615 - D. Bartolome Kareal
1616 - D. Juan Olangin
1617 - D. Bartolome Kareal
1618-1619 - D. Bernardino Alimango
1620 - D. Pedro Kalenton
1621 - D. Luis Lomandong
1622 - D. Buenaventura Makenga
1623 - D. Pedro Kalenton
1624 - D. Juan Makenga
1625 - D. Juan Depras
1626 - D. Bernardino Alimango
1627 - D. Agustin Kabaluwang
1628 - D. Alonso Fernandez
1629 - D. Pedro Kalenton
1630 - D. Juan Magpile
1631 - D. Melchor Katumbas
1632 - D. Juan Deparnes
1633 - D. Antonio Managpang
1634 - D. Buenaventura [unreadable]
1635 - D. Antonio Kabaguit
1636 - C. Bernardo Sanasangkay
1637-1638 - D. Pedro Bankoro
1639 - D. Pablo Pakla
1640 - D. Pedro Kalenton
1641 - D. Lukas Mapakpak
1642 - D. Blas Dematakpan
1643 - D. Bernardino Dimasumang
1644 - D. Juan Lopez
1645 - D. Bernardino Salaser
1646 - D. Antonio Polong
1647 - D. Pedro Kalenton
1648 - D. Melchor Kalimbas
1649 - D. Antonio Basos
1650 - D. Pablo Magoyan
1651 - D. Tomas Makenda
1652 - D. Jose Onatian
1653 - D. Diego Sandil
1654 - D. Juan Paraway
1655 - D. Bernabe Contreras
1656 - D. Jose Solit
1657 - D. Diego Paosap
1658 - D. Juan Batong
1659 - D. Juan Bernabe
1660 - D. Valeriano Magampon
1661 - D. Gaspar Labas
1662 - D. Simon Alohan

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1663 - D. Bartolome Manibo
1664 - D. Francisco Lontok
1665 - D. Matias Bargas
1666 - D. Juan Olangin
1667 - D. Buenaventura de Leon
1668 - D. Antonio Basco
1669 - D. Lorenzo Deulazo
1670 - D. Lorenzo Roque
1671 - D. Bartolome Guzman
1672 - D. Lorenzo Troxilo
1673 - D. Juan Magpili
1674 - D. Juan San Pedro
1675 - D. Santiago Aneyan
1676 - D. Andres Gonzales
1677 - D. Bernabe Solano
1678 - D. Diego Dias (The Kapitan who disappeared.)
1679 - D. Diego Kalingo
1680 - D. Francisco Makolangan
1681 - D. Lazaro Salazar
1682 - D. Francisco Dalisay
1683 - D. Gregorio Lopez
1684 - D. Francisco San Jose
1685 - D. Gregorio de la Cruz
1686 - D. Pedro Benute
1687 - D. Buenaventura Mendoza
1688 - D. Buenaventura de la Cruz
1689 - D. Pedro de Leon
1690 - D. Francisco Dalisay
1691 - D. Gregorio de la Cruz
1692 - D. Juan de la Cruz
1693 - D. Bartolome Pasko
1694 - D. Jose Solit
1695 - D. Francisco Teodoro
1696 - D. Buenaventura de la Cruz
1697 - D. Buenaventura Mendoza
1698 - D. Luis de la Cruz
1699 - D. Buenaventura Humanda
1700 - D. Gregorio Mangosig
1701 - D. Nicolas de la Cruz
1702 - D. Bartolome Pasko
1703 - D. Antonio Diaz
1704 - D. Gabriel de la Concepcion
1705 - D. Agustin de Guevarra
1706 - D. Francisco de San Jose
1707 - D. Baltazar Peña
1708 - D. Juan de la Cruz Bonhawe
1709 - D. Francisco Barcelona
1710 - D. Tomas de Guevarra
1711 - D. Agustin Quijano
1712 - D. Agustin de Guevarra
1713 - D. Lazaro Perez
1714 - D. Jose de los Santos
1715 - D. Antonio de la Cruz
1716 - D. Juan de la Cruz
1717 - D. Bartolome Cadiz
1718 - D. Lorenzo de la Cruz
1719 - D. Antonio Kabanday
1720 - D. Gabriel Sangkay
1721 - D. Jose de los Santos
1722 - D. Jose Mateo
1723 - D. Tomas Pascual
1724 - D. Lucas de la Cruz
1725 - D. Francisco Castillo
1726 - D. Francisco Santa Ines
1727 - D. Marcos Evangelista
1728 - D. Juan de la Cruz
1729 - D. Francisco Castillo
1730 - D. Francisco Villarin
1731 - D. Diego Galbis
1732 - D. Marcos Evangelista
1733 - D. Gabriel de la Cruz
1734 - D. Francisco Aragon
1735 - D. Vicente Hipolito
1736 - D. Francisco de los Santos
1737 - D. Jose de Leon
1738 - D. Marcos Evangelista
1739 - D. Francisco Aragon
1740 - D. Gabriel de la Concepcion
1741 - D. Marcos Evangelista
1742 - D. Buenaventura de la Cruz
1743 - D. Francisco Honorio
1744 - D. Buenaventura de los Angeles
1745 - D. Bartolome de los Reyes
1746 - D. Juan Batis
1747 - D. Juan San Buenaventura
1748 - D. Francisco de las Llagas
1749 - D. Lorenzo Pasko
1750 - D. Antonio Pascual
1751 - D. Francisco Makaraan
1752 - D. Pedro Perez
1753 - D. Juan de los Santos
1754 - D. Francisco Buenaventura
1755 - D. Baltazar Guevarra
1756 - D. Francisco San Gabriel
1757 - D. Jose Alejo
1758 - D. Manuel Crisostomo
1759 - D. Pedro Perez
1760 - D. Francisco Pili
1761 - D. Francisco Sanglay
1762 - D. Jose de la Santa Cruz
1763 - D. Juan Romulo
1764 - D. Juan Aragon
1765 - D. Juan Marcos de la Cruz
1766 - D. Tomas Hipolito
1767 - D. Gregorio San Juan
1768 - D. Juan Victoriano
1769 - D. Juan Hipolito
1770 - D. Francisco San Andres
1771 - D. Pedro Eusebio San Luis
1772 - D. Tomas Hipolito San Vicente
1773 - D. Julian Kondinowkol
1774 - D. Buenaventura Basilio
1775 - D. Juan Aragon de la Torre
1776 - D. Juan Rafael Bumagyo
1777 - D. Juan Romulo
1778 - D. Francisco San Luis
1779 - D. Miguel Alfonzo
1780 - D. Jose Evangelista Nagtibay
1781 - D. Antonio Marcos
1782 - D. Antonio Capistrano
1783 - D. Francisco San Luis
1784 - D. Juan San Francisco Juanillo
1785 - D. Pedro Aragon
1786 - D. Antonio Marcos
1787 - D. Mateo Silvestre Entoy
1788 - D. Gaspar Antonio Llagas
1789 - D. Patricio Jose Castro
1790 - D. Tomas Hipolito San Vicente

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1791 - D. Antonio de Leon San Jose
1792 - D. Pablo Gregorio Santa Ines
1793 - D. Teodoro San Buenaventura
1794 - D. Fernando San Cosme
1795 - D. Manuel Ignacio
1796 - D. Juan Aragon
1797 - D. Santiago San Juan
1798 - D. Juan Ambrosio
1799 - D. Pedro Antonio Buenaventura
1800 - D. Marcos Aragon
1801 - D. Marcos Aragon
1802 - D. Bernabe Trinidad
1803 - D. Antonio Marcos
1804 - D. Tomas Antonio
1805 - D. Antonio San Luis
1806 - D. Juan Natividad
1807 - D. Patricio Francisco
1808 - D. Pedro Crisologo
1809 - D. Jose Faustino
1810 - D. Francisco Valotin
1811 - D. Manuel Ignacio San Antonio
1812 - D. Tomas Bernardino
1813 - D. Miguel Cosme
1814 - D. Pedro Capistrano
1815 - D. Juan Natividad
1816 - D. Vicente San Juan
1817 - D. Josep de Jesus
1818 - D. Fabian Ignacio
1819 - D. Juan Geronimo
1820 - D. Miguel San Luis
1821 - D. Jose Francisco
1822 - D. Marciano Silvestre San Miguel
1823 - D. Demetrio Silvestre
1824 - D. Juan Natividad
1825 - D. Tomas Antonio San Juan
1826 - D. Miguel Ignacio
1827 - D. Remigio Capistrano
1828 - D. Tomas San Antonio S. Juan
1829 - D. Martin San Julian
1830 - D. Jose Ignacio
1831 - D. Salvador Ignacio
1832 - D. Andres Francisco
1833 - D. Andres Victor
1834 - D. Teodoro San Juan
1835 - D. Hilario S. Buenaventura
1836 - D. Bernardino Magpile
1837 - D. Leonardo Ignacio
1838 - D. Antonio Francisco
1839 - D. Juan Natividad
1840 - D. Policarpio Aragon
1841 - D. Antonio Francisco
1842 - D. Juan Natividad
1843 - D. Policarpio Aragan
1844 - D. Manuel Santos
1845 - D. Cosme San Luis
1846 - D. Manuel San Juan
1847 - D. Francisco San Pedro
1848 - D. Eusebio San Julian
1849 - D. Hilario S. Buenaventura
1850 - D. Juan Monteclaro
1851 - D. Juan Monteclaro
1852 - D. Hilario Buenaventura
1853-54 - D. Ciriaco Hombrebueno
1855 - D. Teodoro San Juan
1856 - D. Andres Francisco
1857 - D. Conrado Hernandez (to 1859)
1860 - D. Vicente Mistica
1861 - D. Juan Cordon
1862 - D. Pedro Honrade
1863 - D. Bartolome Romano
1864-65 - D. Vicente Mistica
1866-67 - D. Gregorio Zalaybar
1868-69 - D. Victoriano Mistica
1870 - D. Luis Monteclaro
1871-72 - D. Tomas Zalaybar
1873 - D. Pedro Pisueña
1874-75 - D. Blas Arjona
1876-77 - D. Pedro Pisueña
1878 - D. Pedro Pisueña
1879-80 - D. Crispin Familla
1881-82 - D. Epifanio Parfan
1883-84 - D. Pedro Pisueña
1885-86 - D. Sotero Zalaybar
1887-88 - D. Sergio Mistica
1889 - D. Ceferino Nuestro
1890 - D. Simeon Noble
1891 - D. Victoriano Borlaza
1892 - D. Lorenzo Pisueña
1893-94 - D. Maximo Parfan
1895-96 - D. Mateo Mistica
1897-98 - D. Maximo Parfan
(Municipal Presidents)
1899-1901 - Mr. Vicente Polistico
1899-1901 - Revolutionary Government
1902-04 - Mr. Buenaventura Dimaguila
1905 - Mr. Marcos Badiola
1906-07 - Mr. Maximo Parfan
1908-09 - Mr. Buenaventura Dimaguila
1910-12 - Mr. Lazaro Zalaybar
1913-16 - Mr. Jose Esmilla
October 16, 1916 - October 15, 1919
Mr. Aproniano de la Peña
1919-22 - Mr. Vivencio Zalaybar
1922-28 - Mr. Francisco Arjona
1928-31 - Mr. Leon A. Borlaza
1931-33 - Mr. Victoriano Almonte
1933-36 - Mr. Vitaliano Dimaguila
1937-41 - Mr. Engracio Arjona
Dec. 8, 1941 - April 16, 1945 (W. War II)
Mr. Engracio Arjona
Apr. 16, 1945 - June 25, 1946 - Liberation
Mr. Bernardo Arjona
June 26, 1946 -Dec. 1951
Mr. Jose Montesines, Sr.
Jan. 1, 1952 to date - Mr. Victorio P. Fresco
By: Prudencia C. Borlaza
Corazon Coligado
Victoria Villanueva
Consencia Hombrebueno

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5. Data on historical sites, structures, buildings, old ruins, etc.

The ecclessiastical administration of the town of Lilio belonged to Nagcarlan up to 1605. During the time of D. Lucas Pasakaw, son-in-law of D. Juan Masulong, an order from the king, to the effect that Lilio would have its own priest, was received. During the administration of D. Kalentan (1620), the first wooden church was built, while during the term of D. Kabaguit (1635), the foundation of the concrete church was laid. It was during the term of D. Pakla (1639) when the construction of the concrete convent was started. The priest during that time was Fr. Francisco Casora de Madre de Dios. During the term of D. Sumang, the priest was Fr. Mariano Detolitano, and it was during that time when the construction of the concrete walls of the church was started. In 1646, under the administration of D. Pulong, when Fr. Antonio Escas was the priest, the concrete church was completed.

In 1880, the Lilio Church was damaged by an earthquake. One Holy Wednesday (April 6, 1898), the church was burned. The church was repaired in 1912, while the front part of the burned convent was constructed and inaugurated on August 29, 1947 under the leadership of Fr. Francisco Muños.

The Municipal Building was constructed and completed in February 1929 during the administration of Pres. Francisco Arjona. It was constructed on the ruins of the old Casa Real.

6. Important facts, incidents, or events that took place:

Date Ruler Events or Incidents
1620 D. Kalenton Started the construction of the first wooden church.
1635 D. Kabaguit The foundation of the first concrete church was laid.
1639 D. Pakla The convent was constructed
1646 D. Polong The concrete church was completed.
1647 D. Kalenton Several houses in the town were burned.
1662 D. Simon Alehan Fighting between the Filipinos and the Spaniards in the mountains of Laguna, Tayabas, and Batangas.
D. Kamay St. Buenaventura performed some miracles. Pests visited the town.
1667 D. Buenaventura de Leon Small pox and pests invaded the town.
1678 D. Diego Dias After taking his oath (Simbang Varas), he escaped and disappeared without being noticed by anyone. He was not heard of or seen since then. (Kapitang Nawala)
1691 D. Gregorio de la Cruz The guards arrived.
1694 D. Jose Solit Several houses were burned.
1696 D. Buenaventura de la Cruz Trouble arose due to a boundary dispute.
1697 D. Buenaventura Mendoza The town was flooded and many people died.
1719 D. Antonio Kabanday The Governor General, D. Fernando Manuel de Bustamante, was killed in a rebellion in Manila. Kabanday was removed from office after three months of service.
1724 D. Lucas de la Cruz Small pox and locusts caused death and destruction.

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Date Ruler Events or Incidents
1729 D. Francisco Castillo Trouble occurred among the Principales and Sindicos or Fiscal Mayors who collected taxes in the name of D. Fernando Valdes-Tamon.
1827 D. Remigio Capistrano A typhoon occurred.
1836 D. Bernardino Magpile Typhoons occurred on two consecutive Fridays.
1845 D. Cosme Luis Strong typhoon accompanied by flood.
1850 D. Juan Monteclaro There was robbery in Lilio. Among those robbed was the Kapitan. Those kidnapped were D. Valentin Violanda, D. Alejandro Monteclaro, and one old man. The bandits went to the house of D. Antero Estrella and then to the house of D. Miguel S. Luis, where they met the wife of D. Santiago S. Luis. They proceeded to the house of D. Salvador Ignacio, where the tobacco was kept, but they were unable to enter. While the captives were line up on the street, D. Isidro Placente, the Teniente Capitan of the Cuadrilleros, fired and wounded one of the bandits. This angered the bandits and they fired at those on the street. Basilio Brosas, who was at the stable near the convent, was hurt at the back, while Antonio Fernandez was hurt in the face. The bandits fled to Nagcarlan. The following Saturday, the Cuadrilleros pursued the bandits till Dolores, where three of the bandits were captured, taken to Lilio, and were flogged in front of the people after the Mass.
1853-54 D. Ciriaco Hombrebueno There was a conflagration and seven houses were burned. The soldiers saw the notorious Fernando in the barrio of Dagatan, but he was able to escape.
1857-59 D. Conrado Hernandez Serious drought after the typhoon, and then a locust infestation. When he died, he was succeeded by Justinano Arrieta.
1861 D. Juan Cordon D. Mauricio Erasco was attacked by the dissidents outside the town known as "Bitukang Manok," and sustained seven deep wounds. At the same time, Caledonio Maligat was killed while taking a bath. The attacker was known as Kalawbaka.
1863 D. Bartolome Romano The dissidents entered the town. The Kapitan jumped out of the window, went to Santa Cruz, and reported the matter to the Alcalde.
On August 15, Fr. Luis Ignacio sang his first Mass, while on the 16th of March, Fr. Pascual Salvador sang his.
1874-75 D. Blas Arjona The "Casa Real" was constructed. It was where the present municipal building stands.
1878 D. Pedro Pisueña On account of the heavy typhoon, 80 houses were destroyed.

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Date Ruler Events or Incidents
1879-80 D. Crispino Esmilla At midnight of Wednesday, July 14, 1880, there were strong earthquakes. This was repeated on Sunday, July 18, 1880, which caused the destruction of the arch of the church and the balusters in the tower. A temporary shelter was constructed in front of the church and there, the mass was held.
On May 22, 1880, Fr. Victorio Rubio, a native of Lilio, said his first Mass. Fr. Rubio was the nephew of Fr. Luis Ignacio, a native also.
1881-82 D. Epifanio Parfan Many people died of smallpox. A doctor, one kapitan, and Don Anselmo Santa Maria died; the first two were victims of smallpox while the last was killed.
1883-84 D. Pedro Pisueña The church and the convent were repaired. The priest was transferred to San Pablo and Fr. Santiago Bravo was reassigned here.
1885-86 D. Sotero Zalaybar The repair of the church and the convent was completed, and then these were painted. An order to measure all real estate was issued, and the development of agriculture was given greater attention. The people were encouraged to plant a variety of vegetables and plants.
1887-88 D. Sergio Mistion Commerce was further improved and commercial intercourse with the Chinese in Santa Cruz was intensified. Dissidence was stopped, and the abuses of the Guardia Civil were ended. The streets were widened and improved. Canals were constructed to improve the sanitary conditions, and the copra and oil industries were further developed.
1897-98 D. Maximo Parfan The church was burned on Holy Wednesday. The convent was burned also.

Municipal Presidents

1899-1901 Mr. Vicente Polistico Revolutionary Gov't was in existence.
1902-04 Mr. Buenaventura Dimaguila Upon the invitation of Mr. Dimaguila, Governor General William H. Taft came to Lilio. The first school building was constructed north of the church plaza.
1905 Mr. Marcos Badiola On account of a heavy typhoon, the school building known as "esculopia" was destroyed.
1910-12 Mr. Lazaro Zalaybar Several concrete bridges were constructed within the town.
1913-16 Mr. Jose Esmilla The boundary dispute between Lilio and Nagcarlan was opened (This ended in 1920.) by virtue of the decision of D. Rafael Palma, then Sec. of the Interior. In 1913, upon the invitation of the President and Mr. B. Dimaguila, Speaker Sergio Osmeña came to Lilio, and a banquet was held at the house of Kapitan Lorenzo Pizueña. The food was prepared by Hotel de Francia (of Manila). The Primary School Bldg. was constructed

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through voluntary contributions and insular and municipal funds. A few weeks after the visit of Speaker Osmeña, the construction of the Lilio-Magdalena Road was started. Several concrete bridges in the poblacion were also constructed.
1916-19 Mr. Aproniano de la Peña Washington and del Pilar Streets were improved. Additional rooms in the Primary Bldg. were constructed. The boundary dispute between Lilio and Majayjay was opened. Due to influenza, many people died in 1818.
1919-1922 Mr. Vivencio Zalaybar The lot for the market (market site) was purchased by the municipal gov't. The construction of the intermediate building was started.
1922-28 Mr. Francisco Arjona The market and slaughter house were constructed. Concrete canals for the toilet were constructed in Rizal and Washington. Mabini, Burgos, Rizal, and Luna Streets were improved by paving with stones. Calumpang Barrio School, Lilio Intermediate, and Home Economic Buildings, and 11 concrete bridges were constructed. The construction of the Lilio Municipal Bldg. and the Lilio Waterworks project were started.
On Nov. 6, 1926, due to a very heavy typhoon, Mr. Perfecto Dimaguila's house was blown down.
1928-31 Mr. Leon A. Borlaza Concrete tables in the market and 16 concrete buildings in the town were constructed.
The boundary between Lilio and Majayjay was reopened through the efforts of the President, Mr. Leon A. Borlaza, Mr. Pedro Barredo, Mr. Jose Montesines, Sr., and Mr. Pablo Parfan. The lawyer defending Lilio's side was Atty. Sotero Baluyot. Unfortunately, the Governor General's decision was against Lilio, so that the people continued giving voluntary aid to carry on the struggle further. Due to such an adverse decision, Mr. Cayetano Arroyo, a very civic-spirited citizen, mortgaged his property only to finance the further struggle re the boundary dispute.
1931-33 Mr. Victoriano Almonte The construction of the park was started. The market toilet was also constructed.
1933-36 Mr. Vitaliano Dimaguila Continued the construction of the park. The streets were improved by pressing the pavement. (₱3,000.00) Some concrete bridges were constructed.
1937-1941 Mr. Engracio Arjona On July 4, 1938, all municipal presidents of Laguna, including the governor, Gov. Arsenio Bonifacio, attended the Mass (Misa de Gracia) in Lilio. Afterwards, all were entertained at a lunch tendered by Mr. E. Arjona.

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1942-45 Mr. Engracio Arjona Japanese Occupation (The period for World War II.) The town was not burned by the Japanese. Only a few inhabitants were killed. On July 4, 1943, the natives of Lilio were confined in the school grounds and those suspected of being guerrillas were separated from the group and herded to Nagcarlan. Among the unfortunate victims were the Maghirang Brothers (sons of the late Jesus Maghirang), who were not able to return and were never heard of since then.
April 16, 1945 Mr. E. Arjona LIBERATION!
June 26, 1945 - Nov. 1951 Mr. Jose Montesines, Sr. The southern half of Washington St. was connected with the northern half by the opening of the middle, which was a part of the church convent.
The inhabitants of Suñgi were given permits to build houses on government lots. The Republic of the Philippines was inaugurated on July 4, 1946, at the same time that the same was celebrated in other places all over the Philippines.
The school ground was fenced with money out of the Pork Barrel Fund. The Calumpang H. E. and Mojon Barrio School were constructed. Several streets were, likewise, improved. The tennis court was constructed together with the bandstand at the park.
Jan. 1952 Mr. Victorio Fresco Rep. E. Fernandez was proclaimed winner in his election protest and took his oath of office in Lilio on January 21, 1952; and a banquet was given in his honor.
A helicopter (Lt. Felicisima Coligado was the lone passenger) landed at the church yard on April 19, 1952. Several streets were improved and some concrete bridges in the town were constructed. The water supply of the town was improved by repairing the canals and improving the dike at the source.
Prudencia C. Borlaza
Corazon O. Coligado
Victoria Villanueva
Rosario B. Coligado

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Mr. Eugeniano Zalaybar
Mr. Candido Cariaga
Mr. Juan Montañano
Mr. Sinforoso Areca
Mr. Marcelino Tenorio
Mr. Cirilo Vergara
Mr. Ireneo Garcia
Mr. Pedro Cosio
Mr. Emilio Alcalde
Mr. Juanito Evangelista
Mr. Cipriano Ramiro
Mr. Narciso Estacio
Mr. Felix Pecaña
Mr. Pedro Cagalingan
Mr. Eugenio Suiza (Actg.)
Mr. Lorenzo E. Reodica


J. Marcos Badiola
J. Perfecto Dimaguila
J. Angel Cordon
J. Eustaquio Generoso
J. Artemio de Leon
J. Juan Paulino
J. Damaso Tengco
J. Epifanio Lucido
J. Ernesto Tengco


1899-1901 - Revolutionary Gov't
Pres. - Mr. Vicente Polistico
(No data available for other officials)
Pres. - Mr. Buenaventura Dimaguila
V. Pres. - Mr. Felix Garcia
Mr. Jose Villanueva (1904)
Sec. - Mr. Marcos Badiola
1. Mr. Gervacio Espinosa
2. Mr. Santiago Quijano
3. Mr. Pablo Arjona
4. Mr. Jose Villanueva
5. Mr. David Arrieta
6. Mr. Felipe Montesines
7. Mr. Montano Arrieta
8. Mr. Jose de la Peña
Pres. - Mr. Marcos Badiola
V. Pres. - Mr. Aproniano de la Peña
Sec. - Mr. Estanislao Fernandez
1. Mr. Julian Arroyo
2. Mr. Jose Brosas
3. Mr. Luis Almonte
4. Mr. Anastacio Rosales
5. Mr. Gregorio Q. Cordova
6. Mr. Maximo Montejo
7. Mr. Emiliano Arvela
8. Mr. Cayetano Arroyo
Pres. - Mr. Maximo Parfan
V. Pres. - Mr. Pedro Arjona
Sec. - Mr. Aproniano de la Peña
1. Mr. Severo Monteiro
2. Mr. Pedro Orbeta
3. Mr. Isabelo Rosales
4. Mr. Aquilino Villanueva
5. Mr. Hilario Brosas
6. Mr. Guillermo Conoza
7. Mr. Segundo Noble
8. Mr. Rufino Moñosca
Pres. - Mr. Buenaventura Dimaguila
V. Pres. - Mr. Pablo Arjona
Sec. - Mr. Marcos Badiola
1. Mr. Honorio Sumaya
2. Mr. Guillermo Conoza
3. Mr. Rufino Moñosca
4. Mr. Hilario Novenario
5. Mr. Hugo Coroza
6. Mr. Marcelo Buenavista
7. Mr. Pedro Collaga
8. Mr. Simeon Pisueña


Transcribed from:
Historical Data of the Municipality of Lilio (Liliw), Province of Laguna, online at the National Library of the Philippines Digital Collections.
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