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Nankikinnamit ‘networked’ is a horticultural term often used by Vanaw native speakers when talking about relations, especially about how members of a current generation are connected to one another by affinity and consanguinity. The stem kamit refers to a plant’s tendrils.
The following sub-pages contain lists of pu-un ‘genealogy’ — manmanakom ‘ancestors’ and ganak ‘descendants’ — among several Vanaw clans, as well as other information and related events..
My sources for this series of genealogical mindmaps are the following:
- Portia Saboy-Banganan
- Paul Saboy Dao-ayan
- Romy Tangbawan
- Rhoda Tangbawan
- Cyril Saboy & Analiza Limbawan-Saboy
- Mollie Quibayen Rodriquez
Romy Tangbawan scoured church records and either validated or supplemented the data with fellow iVanaws like manong Paul Dao-ayan, ikit Tunnay, ikit Aggaw of Ivong, Joy Sandhu who now resides in Canada, and Edward Tumbaga of Daguioman, among others. Meanwhile, Rhoda Tangbawan’s sources include Franklin Dumaligan in Baguio City.
- Sugtit-Sagujang & Sugtit-Kolang Family Trees
- Sugtit-Sagujang/Sugtit-Kolang Clan Reunion 2020
- Jumaligan–Savunganay Family Tree
- Ongya-on – Gayoma Clan
Corrections and additional information are always welcome!