1. A 1/8 Filipina (In a historical, not genetic, sense) is now Spanish Queen
  2. An Argawanon Wasn't in the Titanic, After All: Importance of Other State Records in Genealogy Research
  3. Another Myth: Use of Coats-of-Arms
  4. Argao Families: Lucero Lines and Legacy
  5. Argao Families: The Aballes
  6. Argao Families: The Abears
  7. Argao Families: The Alberts
  8. Argao Families: The Albisos
  9. Argao Families: The Alcazarens
  10. Argao Families: The Almirantes
  11. Argao Families: The Birondos
  12. Argao Families: The Camantigues
  13. Argao Families: The Camineros
  14. Argao Families: The Miñozas
  15. Argao Families: The Mirandas
  16. Argao Families: The Oyangorens
  17. Argao Families: The Parantars
  18. Argao Families: The Sanchezes
  19. Argao Families: The Zamoras
  20. Auspicious Name for an Auspicious Start
  21. Cebuano Families: Loling Bihag and Barili's "Blue Blood
  22. Cebuano Families: The Garcias
  23. Cebuano Families: The Herreras
  24. Cebuano Kinship Terms
  25. Celebrating Lapu-Lapu's Genealogy
  26. Clan or Family: What's the Difference?
  27. Claveria & the Importance of 1845 in Philippine Genealogy
  28. Claveria and the Myth of the Spanish Ancestors
  29. Claveria's Decree and Some Thoughts on Surnames of Nobility
  30. Claveria's Renovacion de Apellidos
  31. Corona's Censure: Clans, Causes, & Cases
  32. Davao Genealogy: Some Firsts During the Founding Days of Davao
  33. Davao's Founding Fathers
  34. Dr. Janette Garin, Dengvaxia, and President Digong Duterte
  35. EDSA and the use of Surnames
  36. Family Tree of the Rulers of Central Luzon (1st to 6th Generation)
  37. Filipino Beauty Pageants: A Family Affair
  38. Finding a Bato in the Mato: Edgar Matobato's Surname Definition
  39. Finding the Padre in Padre Noconocido
  40. First Female Supreme Court Chief Justice Teresita J. Leonardo-de Castro and Her Genealogy
  41. From Africa's Adam to Argao: The Genetic History of the Lucero Family
  42. From Ciudad Real to the Ciudad Reina del Sur: The Family of Don Pablo Garcia
  43. From Pakyaw to Pacquiao: Variants of Manny's Surname
  44. Genealogy 101: Family History Centers
  45. Genealogy 101: Genealogy Programs I Strongly Recommend
  46. Genealogy 101: The Value of Civil Vital Records
  47. Genealogy 101: The Value of Oral History to Genealogists
  48. Genealogy and the Internet: Looking at the Rivera-Kipping Family Tree
  49. Genealogy and the Internet: Looking for Heroes' Descendants
  50. Genealogy and Using the Internet
  51. Genealogy Book Reviews 01: My Bibles of Genealogy
  52. Genealogy Terminologies, Part I
  53. Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's Royal Descent and the Value of Genealogical Provenance
  54. How President Ramos became my Cousin
  55. I Am Southeast Asian, North Slavic, Sardinian, Dravidian, and 10 more Ethnicities...How About You?
  56. Incest, Endogamy, and Issues of Consanguineous Marriages
  57. Lakan Genealogies: The Super-Principalia Houses of Matanda, Lakandula, and Soliman, Part I
  58. Lakan Genealogy: Brunei to Batangas?
  59. Lakan Genealogy: Connection of Sulu and Brunei
  60. Love and Family Names in the Philippines
  61. Luceros and Kintanars: Stories of Love and Kindness
  62. Megan Young: Tracing her Paternal Grandmother's Genealogy
  63. My Chinese Roots
  64. New Department of Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo Puyat and Her Interesting Genealogical Connections
  65. Of Mall Fires, The Gaisano Clan, and the Third Generation Curse
  66. Pacquiao's Surname and the Catalogo
  67. Philip Amarillo: A Masterchef Genealogy
  68. Philippine Family Tree Series: The Genealogy of Pre-Hispanic Visayan Royalty
  69. President Duterte and the Genealogy of Power
  70. Presidential Surnames & their Meaning
  71. Principalia Ancestors: Who They Were and What They Did
  72. Psychohistory: A Genealogical Perspective of EDSA
  73. Remembering León Kilat
  74. Remembering the Unhappy Josephine Bracken
  75. Retrospect on the (failed) Davide Impeachment: Tangled Webs of Families & Intrigues
  76. RP Politics: Still a Family Affair
  77. Spanish Rules on Alphabetizing Surnames
  78. Spanish Text of Claveria's Renovacion de Apellidos
  79. St. Pedro Calungsod was from Iloilo
  80. Surname Spotlight: Acuña
  81. Surname Spotlight: ANGCO
  82. Surname Spotlight: GO
  83. Surname Spotlight: Presidential Family Names
  84. Ten Facts About the Catalogo
  85. Teresa de la Paz: Feminine Wiles and Family Trees
  86. The Bersamins and Their Noble Act of Kindness that Outlived All
  87. The Catalogo and Funny Last Names, Part I
  88. The Davides: A Model Cebuano Family
  89. The Dilemma of Using the Surname De Lima
  90. The DONs and DON'Ts of Tracing Principalia Ancestors
  91. The Duterte - Osmeña Connection
  92. The Euskaldunak: All in the Family
  93. The Fallen 44: A Genealogical Tribute
  94. The First Philippine Aranetas
  95. The Kintanars: Kith and Kin
  96. The Pastor and the President
  97. The Pedro Gotiaoco Family
  98. The Race to Halalan 2016: Presidential Candidates' Family Names and their Meanings
  99. The Race to Halalan 2016: The Genealogy of Grace Poe
  100. The Race to Halalan2016: Leni Gerona Robredo
  101. The Race to Halalan 2016: The Genealogy of Rodrigo Duterte
  102. The Sinulog and the Genealogy of Rajah Humabon
  103. Thicker than Water: The Manglapus - Marcos Nuptials
  104. Top 10 Chinese Family Names in the Philippines
  105. Top 50 Family Names in Cebu City
  106. Tracing Claveria's Genealogy through the Internet
  107. Tracing FPJ's American Ancestry Through Online Sources
  108. Tracing Manny Pacquiao's (and my friend, Domz's) Genealogy
  109. Tracing Rizal's Ancestry through Austin Craig's Book
  110. Tracing the Ancestry of a Pope, Pastors, and Priests
  111. Uson, A Unique and Tough Name
  112. Vicente A. Kintanar, Jr.: A Life of Achievement
  113. Was Jose Rizal a Descendant of Lakandula?
  114. Weddings and Widows
  115. Welcome to the World, Rodrigo Duterte III!
  116. What Genealogy Really Should Be
  117. Where to Start: Family Names
  118. Where to Start: Genealogical or Family Societies
  119. Where to Start: Your Pedigree Chart
  120. Why History is on Agnes A. Magpale's Side
  121. Why the Spaniards Were Better Record-Keepers