Benigno Aquino III - Ancestry

Ancestry

Ancestors of Benigno Aquino III
16. Braulio Aquino
8. Servillano Aquino
17. Petrona Aguilar
4. Benigno Aquino, Sr.
18. Pablo Quiambao
9. Guadalupe Quiambao
19. Lorenza Tañedo
2. Benigno Aquino, Jr.
20. M. Aquino
10. Agapito Aquino
21. ----- Santos
5. Aurora Aquino
1. Benigno Aquino III
24. Co Yu-hwan
(later Jose Cojuangco)
12. Melecio Cojuangco
25. Antera Estrella
6. Jose Cojuangco
26. Juan Chichioco
13. Tecla Chichioco
27. Valentina Valenzuela
3. Corazon Cojuangco
28. Policarpio Sumulong
14. Juan Sumulong
29. Arcadia Marquez
7. Demetria Sumulong
15. Maria Salome Sumulong

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