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Old May 9th, 2007, 09:00 PM   #2801
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Medio mahina pa rin ang aking Espanol, but this is the best I can do:

In 20 of April 1862 years I Don Florentino Alpacas Dalmasio parish curate of the Church of Sta. Ana de Barili baptized solemnly … Juan Perfecto de Gorordo, Spaniard… child of three days, legitimate son of Juan Isidro de Gorordo and Dona Telesfora Garces, mestiza sangley. Godfathers Don Miguel … Filipino-Spaniard and Telesfora Garces mestiza sangley to whom …spirtitual and other obligations of godparents which give a real (monetary unit?) to the … of the candle… and for which… signed.

OK, this is my transcription.

En veinte de Abril de mil ochocientos sesenta y dos años. Yo, Don Florentino Alpacas Dalmasio, cura párroco de una iglesia de Santa Ana de Barili, bauticé solemnemente y puse los santos óleos a Don Juan Perfecto de Gorordo, español de (...), niño de tres días, hijo legítimo de Juan Isidro de Gorordo y de Doña Telesfora Garcés, mestiza sangley; siendo padrinos Don Miguel (...), español filipino y Telesfora Garcés, asimismo mestiza sangley a quienes se les advirtió el parentesco espiritual y demás obligaciones de padrinos, los cuales dieron un real para la iglesia del imp... de la Candela, y para que conste, firma

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In 20th april 1862. I, Mr. Florentino Alpacas Dalmasio, parish priest of a church in Santa Ana of Barili, baptized solemnly and "put the holy oils" to Don Juan Perfecto de Gororgo, Spaniard of (...), three-day-old child, legitimate son of Juan Isidro de Gorordo and Mrs. Telesfora Garcés, mestiza sangley; being godparents Mr. Miguel (...), Spaniard Filipino and Telesfora Garcés, mestiza sangley too, who were warned about spiritual relationship and other obligations of godparents, who gave a "real" (money) to the church of ... of the Candela (it's a Virgin), and in order to be recorded, signs...


It's a literal translation, and my English is not very good, but I hope it helps
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Old May 9th, 2007, 09:00 PM   #2802
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Mga Pare,

Medio mahina pa rin ang aking Espanol, but this is the best I can do:

In 20 of April 1862 years I Don Florentino Alpacas Dalmasio parish curate of the Church of Sta. Ana de Barili baptized solemnly … Juan Perfecto de Gorordo, Spaniard… child of three days, legitimate son of Juan Isidro de Gorordo and Dona Telesfora Garces, mestiza sangley. Godfathers Don Miguel … Filipino-Spaniard and Telesfora Garces mestiza sangley to whom …spirtitual and other obligations of godparents which give a real (monetary unit?) to the … of the candle… and for which… signed.

OK, this is my transcription.

En veinte de Abril de mil ochocientos sesenta y dos años. Yo, Don Florentino Alpacas Dalmasio, cura párroco de una iglesia de Santa Ana de Barili, bauticé solemnemente y puse los santos óleos a Don Juan Perfecto de Gorordo, español de (...), niño de tres días, hijo legítimo de Juan Isidro de Gorordo y de Doña Telesfora Garcés, mestiza sangley; siendo padrinos Don Miguel (...), español filipino y Telesfora Garcés, asimismo mestiza sangley a quienes se les advirtió el parentesco espiritual y demás obligaciones de padrinos, los cuales dieron un real para la iglesia del imp... de la Candela, y para que conste, firma

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In 20th april 1862. I, Mr. Florentino Alpacas Dalmasio, parish priest of a church in Santa Ana of Barili, baptized solemnly and "put the holy oils" to Don Juan Perfecto de Gororgo, Spaniard of (...), three-day-old child, legitimate son of Juan Isidro de Gorordo and Mrs. Telesfora Garcés, mestiza sangley; being godparents Mr. Miguel (...), Spaniard Filipino and Telesfora Garcés, mestiza sangley too, who were warned about spiritual relationship and other obligations of godparents, who gave a "real" (money) to the church of ... of the Candela (it's a Virgin), and in order to be recorded, signs...


It's a literal translation, and my English is not very good, but I hope it helps
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Old May 10th, 2007, 03:25 PM   #2803
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keep it up nold,,,
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Old May 10th, 2007, 03:25 PM   #2804
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Old May 10th, 2007, 04:19 PM   #2805
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Old May 10th, 2007, 04:19 PM   #2806
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Old May 11th, 2007, 12:27 PM   #2807
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The Jesuit House of 1730
(Pari-an, Cebu City)

- According to Fr. Rene Javellana, S.J. this is probably the oldest dated house in the Philippines today.









The Jesuit House of 1730 was once the residence of the Jesuit Superior in Cebu. Right now, it is occupied by a hardware owned by the Sy Family.

When the Jesuits were suppressed in Europe and eventually expelled from the Philippines in 1768, several of their properties were put on sale. This particular residence was bought by a Spanish family, the Alvarez. The Sy family eventually acquired it.

There are actually two houses inside the compound both connected with a bridge. The main house, also referred to as “House A” in previous articles about it, is made all of cut coral stone similar to the Augustinian monastery of the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño while the second smaller house (House B) is a bipartite structure of cut coral stone in the lower level and wood in the second level. Both houses still retain the original corbels and stout unhewn wooden posts while the main house still has the original roof made of clay tiles. Iron grills secure the windows at the upper level of House A. A bas-relief medallion bearing the words “Año 1730″ can be found above the portal, in the interior of House A, that leads to the bridge to House B. The flooring on both houses is of hardwood. According to Fr. Rene Javellana, S.J. in his article about this Jesuit residence, House B functioned more of like an azotea where the Jesuits probably spent the afternoon praying alone or was perhaps used for community gathering and recreation. As of now, House B has wooden walls, a ceiling and partitions which were probably just recent additions and not necessarily of 18th century vintage.

Both houses are intact and unlike other structures within or near the Pari-an area like the Casa Parroquial of the Cathedral or the Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House, no major alterations in the structure were recently made. Judging from its condition, this residence can still be rehabilitated to its former grandeur and adaptively reused as a museum similar to what the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. (RAFI) did to the Casa Gorordo which is located just two blocks away.

Chinese influences are very much evident both in the interiors and exteriors. For example, in House B the decorative corbels are very much similar to those found in Chinese temples. At House A, the clay-tiled roof slopes in the same manner as those of Chinese pagodas.


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Old May 11th, 2007, 12:27 PM   #2808
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The Jesuit House of 1730
(Pari-an, Cebu City)

- According to Fr. Rene Javellana, S.J. this is probably the oldest dated house in the Philippines today.









The Jesuit House of 1730 was once the residence of the Jesuit Superior in Cebu. Right now, it is occupied by a hardware owned by the Sy Family.

When the Jesuits were suppressed in Europe and eventually expelled from the Philippines in 1768, several of their properties were put on sale. This particular residence was bought by a Spanish family, the Alvarez. The Sy family eventually acquired it.

There are actually two houses inside the compound both connected with a bridge. The main house, also referred to as “House A” in previous articles about it, is made all of cut coral stone similar to the Augustinian monastery of the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño while the second smaller house (House B) is a bipartite structure of cut coral stone in the lower level and wood in the second level. Both houses still retain the original corbels and stout unhewn wooden posts while the main house still has the original roof made of clay tiles. Iron grills secure the windows at the upper level of House A. A bas-relief medallion bearing the words “Año 1730″ can be found above the portal, in the interior of House A, that leads to the bridge to House B. The flooring on both houses is of hardwood. According to Fr. Rene Javellana, S.J. in his article about this Jesuit residence, House B functioned more of like an azotea where the Jesuits probably spent the afternoon praying alone or was perhaps used for community gathering and recreation. As of now, House B has wooden walls, a ceiling and partitions which were probably just recent additions and not necessarily of 18th century vintage.

Both houses are intact and unlike other structures within or near the Pari-an area like the Casa Parroquial of the Cathedral or the Yap-Sandiego Ancestral House, no major alterations in the structure were recently made. Judging from its condition, this residence can still be rehabilitated to its former grandeur and adaptively reused as a museum similar to what the Ramon Aboitiz Foundation, Inc. (RAFI) did to the Casa Gorordo which is located just two blocks away.

Chinese influences are very much evident both in the interiors and exteriors. For example, in House B the decorative corbels are very much similar to those found in Chinese temples. At House A, the clay-tiled roof slopes in the same manner as those of Chinese pagodas.


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Old May 11th, 2007, 04:49 PM   #2809
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dream come true ni arnold...naka-picture na gyud ug up-close sa jesuit house
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dream come true ni arnold...naka-picture na gyud ug up-close sa jesuit house
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Old May 13th, 2007, 01:50 AM   #2811
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btaw sa, dugay naman diay ganhan makapic si bai arnold sa sulod. luoya sads jesuit house oi, its such in a sorry state, maygani nakakuhag photos si bai arnold aning balay, that way more people will be aware of this historic structure and the state that it is in, and perhaps strengthen the call for restoration
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btaw sa, dugay naman diay ganhan makapic si bai arnold sa sulod. luoya sads jesuit house oi, its such in a sorry state, maygani nakakuhag photos si bai arnold aning balay, that way more people will be aware of this historic structure and the state that it is in, and perhaps strengthen the call for restoration
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Old May 19th, 2007, 08:12 AM   #2813
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Casa Gorordo Museum
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