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The estate home of Maximo Borromeo y Feliz and Hermenegilda Galan de Borromeo was located in Banawa, Cebu, was purchased in and was only sold in years later.
As can be seen in the list above, Julian Borromeo y Galan was single and had no issue offspring. Florentina Borromeo y Galan was in the same situation, with no issue. Aurora was single and had no issue, so this line of the family died out as well.
Lilia Borromeo Morre married Teopisto Tabotabo, and they had five children, being my third degree cousins Dr. Norma passed away on January 9, She was married to Dionisio Guevarra Venzon, Jr.
Isagani Borromeo Morre did not marry and had no issue offspring. Lamberto Philippine beer industry Morre was in the same situation, with no marriage and no issue.
Ditto with Floro Borromeo Morre, so these three lines will eventually or have already died out. Victor Emmanuel Rusiana Borromeo, Sr. Fatima Rusiana Borromeo is married to Noli Tindoc, and they have no children. Jennifer Borromeo Cruz is married to Kevin Dougherty, and they have no children.
Francisco Borromeo y Good married, but I do not know the name of his wife. They had one son named Teobaldo Borromeo who did not marry and had no issue offspring. Patricio Borromeo y Good also married, but I do not know the name of his wife either.
Patricio and his wife had two children, named Ananias Borromeo and Basilia Borromeo. Antonio is married to Raquel, and they have two children named Tonyquiel Borromeo and Antonet Borromeo.
Diorelle is married to Faustino Salvan. These children are of course second degree cousins to my mother, Hermenegilda Amor Victoria Borromeo Nonnenkamp. Many who knew them said they looked very similar as well. This was one of the largest fortunes in the entire Philippines, and the holdings of the family included much of the real estate in old Manila.
This was granted to them by the Spanish Crown the Philippines were a Spanish Crown Colony from untiljust as modern Makati was granted to the Zobel de Ayala family an old Basque Spanish family in the Philippines who now own the oldest incorporated and largest business group in the country.
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