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There are over 87 distinct dialects in the Philippines, and many records are partly in a local dialect. [[Philippines Language and Languages|Read more...]]
 
 
 
 
 
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*Listing of all [https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/list#page=1&countryId=1927042 records collections for Philippines] available on FamilySearch.org  
 
*Listing of all [https://www.familysearch.org/search/collection/list#page=1&countryId=1927042 records collections for Philippines] available on FamilySearch.org  
  
[https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/images/6/61/Philippines_Research_Outline.pdf Philippines Research Outline]  
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*[http://www.pinoysites.org/phil96.htm Websites about Philippine and Filipino Genealogy]  
 
*[http://www.pinoysites.org/phil96.htm Websites about Philippine and Filipino Genealogy]  
 
*[http://fanhs.net/ Filipino American National Historical Society]
 
*[http://fanhs.net/ Filipino American National Historical Society]
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There are over 87 distinct dialects in the Philippines, and many records are partly in a local dialect. [[Philippines Language and Languages|Read more...]]
  
 
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In order to make this wiki a better research tool, we need your help! Many tasks need to be done. You can help by:<br>
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Beginning in the late 1500s, the Spaniards took various censuses known as vecindarios (local censuses), padrón de almas (head census), or estado de almas (people status). The latter two were religious censuses conducted by parish clergy. Read more...

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Jurisdictions

Philippines Jurisdictions
Batanes ProvinceCagayan ProvinceIsabela ProvinceAurora ProvinceQuezon ProvinceCamarines Norte ProvinceCamarines Sur ProvinceCatanduanes ProvinceAlbay ProvinceMasbate ProvinceBiliran ProvinceSorsogon ProvinceNorthern Samar ProvinceSamar ProvinceEastern Samar ProvinceLeyte ProvinceSouthern Leyte ProvinceDinagat Islands ProvinceSurigao del Norte ProvinceSurigao del Sur ProvinceAgusan del NorteAgusan del Sur ProvinceDavao Oriental ProvinceCompostela Valley ProvinceDavao del Norte ProvinceDavao del Sur ProvinceSarangani ProvinceSouth Cotabato ProvinceSultan Kudarat ProvinceMaguindanao ProvinceLanao del Sur ProvinceLanao del Norte ProvinceMisamis Occidental ProvinceZamboanga del Norte ProvinceZamboanga del Sur ProvinceZamboanga Sibugay ProvinceBasilan ProvinceSulu ProvinceTawi-Tawi ProvinceMalaysiaPalawan ProvinceCotabato ProvinceBukidnon ProvinceMisamis Oriental ProvinceCamiguin ProvinceSiquijor ProvinceBohol ProvinceCebu ProvinceNegros Oriental ProvinceNegros Occidental ProvinceGuimaras ProvinceIloilo ProvinceCapiz ProvinceAntique ProvinceAklan ProvinceRomblon ProvinceOccidental Mindoro ProvinceOriental Mindoro ProvinceMarinduque ProvinceBatangas ProvinceCavite ProvinceManilaLaguna ProvinceRizal ProvinceBulacan ProvinceBataan ProvinceZambales ProvincePampanga ProvinceTarlac ProvinceNueva Ecija ProvincePangasinan ProvinceNueva Vizcaya ProvinceQuirino ProvinceLa Union ProvinceBenguet ProvinceIfugao ProvinceMountain ProvinceKalinga ProvinceIlocos Sur ProvinceAbra ProvinceApayao ProvinceIlocos Norte ProvinceSultan Kudarat ProvinceSarangani ProvinceDavao del Sur ProvinceDavao Oriental ProvinceSurigao del Sur ProvinceSurigao del Norte ProvinceEastern Samar ProvinceNorthern Samar ProvinceCatanduanes ProvinceSorsogon ProvinceCamarines Norte ProvinceAurora ProvinceBiliran ProvinceRomblon ProvinceCagayan ProvinceIlocos Norte ProvinceIlocos Sur ProvinceLa Union ProvinceZambales ProvinceBataan ProvinceCavite ProvinceBatangas ProvinceMarinduque ProvinceAntique ProvinceGuimaras ProvinceNegros Occidental ProvinceSiquijor ProvinceCamiguin ProvinceMisamis Oriental ProvinceMisamis Occidental ProvinceLanao del Norte ProvinceMaguindanao ProvinceZamboanga del SurBasilan ProvinceTawi-Tawi ProvinceZamboanga del Norte ProvinceOccidental Mindoro ProvinceOriental Mindoro ProvincePangasinan ProvinceBatanes ProvinceAlbay ProvincePhilippinesprovinces.jpg
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Metro Manila

Abra · Agusan del Norte · Agusan del Sur · Aklan · Albay · Antique · Apayao · Aurora · Basilan · Bataan · Batanes · Batangas · Benguet · Biliran · Bohol · Bukidnon · Bulacan · Cagayan · Camarines Norte · Camarines Sur · Camiguin · Capiz · Catanduanes · Cavite · Cebu · Compostela Valley · Cotabato · Davao del Norte · Davao del Sur · Davao Oriental · Dinagat Islands · Eastern Samar · Guimaras · Ifugao · Ilocos Norte · Ilocos Sur · Iloilo · Isabela · Kalinga · La Union · Laguna · Lanao del Norte · Lanao del Sur · Leyte · Maguindanao · Marinduque · Masbate · Misamis Occidental · Misamis Oriental · Mountain · Negros Occidental · Negros Oriental · Northern Samar · Nueva Ecija · Nueva Vizcaya · Occidental Mindoro · Oriental Mindoro · Palawan · Pampanga · Pangasinan · Quezon · Quirino · Rizal · Romblon · Samar · Sarangani · Siquijor · Sorsogon · South Cotabato · Southern Leyte · Sultan Kudarat · Sulu · Surigao del Norte · Surigao del Sur · Tarlac · Tawi-Tawi · Zambales · Zamboanga del Norte · Zamboanga del Sur · Zamboanga Sibugay

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Did You Know?

There are over 87 distinct dialects in the Philippines, and many records are partly in a local dialect. Read more...

Things you can do

In order to make this wiki a better research tool, we need your help! Many tasks need to be done. You can help by: