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Wednesday, December 2, 2009


Got this email and attachments lately...


Hi Fr. Felmar,

Greetings from Fiel Clan of Culaba, Biliran!

Kindly post the pictures in your blog, those were taken last May 18, 2009 during the golden wedding anniversary of my parents Mr. & Mrs. Paulino Fiel, Sr. The wedding ceremony was held at San Isidro Labrador Church in Culaba, Biliran. All of us are living here in Metro Manila, nevertheless we took our vacation back home to celebrate our parent's 50th wedding anniversary.

My parents - Paulino "Polen" Fiel & Sucypatra "Patring" Rosario Fiel
My siblings - Sucylin Fiel-Vero, Victor Fiel, Paulino Fiel, Jr., Prugene Fiel, Raphonzil Fiel (it's me Razzel), Rosalie Fiel-Gerarcas & Marlon Adonis Fiel
My father is the lone survivor out of 7 siblings from couple Victor Fiel & Eugenia Sermonit. My lolo's family came from Sta. Rita, Leyte and my lola's family came from Bohol. My father is the 2nd to the youngest child, he is now 76 years old. His youngest sibling (Itay Porsen) died last February 2009. My father suffered from stroke last December 28, 2008, that's why he is now on a wheelchair.

My father's siblings - (all deceased) - Eutiqiuo "Tikyo" Fiel Sr., Melanio "Melan" Fiel, Ireneo "Erning" Fiel, Adela "Dela" Fiel, Enecia "Ines" Fiel (with american husband-she died in Arizona, USA), & Eufrocinio "Porsen" Fiel
In my next email i will post about my father's sibling's children and grandchildren...and also the list of my sibling's children.

So long....Father!

Cheers to Fiel Clan!



Facade of San Isidro Labrador Church-Culaba, Biliran Province

Putting on of the golden wedding ring to Nanay

Putting on of the golden wedding ring to Tatay

Mwah! Mwah!

Holy Communion

Tindi ng Kapit!!! Huwarang pamilya sa lahat ng ating Fiel families

Ayan, sumemple ulit!!!

The golden couple Paulino (Polen) & Sucypatra (Patring) Fiel with their children

The golden couple with the Fiel pamangkins & apos

more pictures in Fiel Clan Philippines facebook group


Monday, November 30, 2009


Did you ever wonder if there are Fiel people
who were also affected by the typhoon Ondoy?

Yes, there are!

Recently, I exchanged emails with Ate Susan Fiel,
and this is what she said to me:

"Hi Father Felmar!
My family and have moved on gradually after the Ondoy disaster.
The collosal damage that typhoon Ondoy has done to our lives is now a thing in the past.
There's no point wallowing over that tragic event.
And you know what? Your "Silip sa Buhay Pari" lightened my heavy heart.
Your very wholesome sense of humor never ceases to amaze me.
Hindi naman sa mababaw ako, pro talagang I can't help
but LOL everytime binabasa ko ang blog mo.
Your many readers (or shall we say avid fans?) will be more than
delighted to hear regular news from you.
Keep up the good work Father and
may the good Lord bless you and your apostolic activities everyday."

Then I asked her if she was able to document the flood inside their house.
I was thinking of posting it in this blog (akala ko kasi nag-ala Christine Reyes din si Ate Susan na kahit nasa bubong na ng bahay ay nagawa pang magpicture taking, hehe)
and lol, this is what she said:

"Hi Father Felmar! Sori Everybody was in a state of shock during the calamity so much so that documenting said incident did not cross our minds. Besides our fire insurance does not cover other perils such as typhoon, earthquake, and other acts of God, only fire and lightning so there's nothing we can claim against the insurance company. It's so nice to hear from you again. God bless. Hope to meet you in person soon. God bless."

Ahmmm....perhaps I should text her now. After all, I am in Manila...

Friday, November 20, 2009


Maxim Fiel posted a birthday tribute for his father, Manuel Fiel.

FYI, one of Maxim's hobbies is home recording. If you want more of his videos, just click below:


Monday, November 16, 2009


Got this message from Grace Fiel in my facebook account:

"Hi kapamilya... favor naman oh...Nform mo sa mga kapamilya natin. Nangangailangan ako ng taong naghahanap sa extra income na part time lng... International Business ito.. pki text lng sa cp number ko 09292292209,09224715797. gusto ko lng mkatulong sa mga kapamilya ko... wala tong pinipili na tao kahit ano pang stado sa buhay. welcome kaung mgtext sa akin. tulungan tau kapamilya kahit saan kau sa sulok ng mundo international ito and thats UNO (Unlimited Network of Opportunites)... thanks... Help me please...."

Ano pang hinintay nyo mga relatives na naghahanap ng trabaho. Call her na! you can also add her in my facebook account...

Thursday, October 8, 2009


Sibonga is that beautiful place in Cebu kung saan ang mga sinaunang Fiel Clan ay nanggaling. The town proper is mainly residential, commercial while in the outskirts you will find the farms. The town hall is located near the port area. It is composed of 25 barangays.

It is very interesting to know that one of our beautiful relatives Kristal Fiel competed in the most prestigious beauty pageant in Sibonga, the Miss Sibonga Tourism. She represented Lamacan.

The Pageant Night

Kristal is the one in front, right side.

To cut the story short, Kristal won!

Kristal and her court

Kristal Fiel, Miss Sibonga Tourism 2008


Trinidad Fiel Famor, wife of Mayor Eutiquio Famor of Dumalinao, Zamboanga del Sur.
God Bless her. May she rest in peace.

The Grieving Family

The Church was filled with people. Relatives from all over came to Dumalinao.

Fiel Clan Ladies

It was an eye-ball with Fiel relatives from Fiel Congress friendster account.


Nice to meet the Fiel Clan from Buug, Zamboanga Sibugay for the first time!

Fiel Clan from Dumalinao, Zamboanga del Sur

Fiel Clan from Dumalinao, Zamboanga del Sur

Fiel Clan from Davao

Wednesday, October 7, 2009


A beautiful World War documentary featuring the old house of the Fiel Family. Gusto ko pumunta dito, actually.

But i was alarmed because one of the comments the video received on youtube was that "unya gub on lang sa widening wala gani na guba sa gira."

Saturday, September 5, 2009


Good day Bro, , I am the grand son of Inigo Fiel. We did our initial reuinon last year there in Mangagoy, Bislig, Surigao del Sur. Please have a closer look on their printed t shirt namely Lumen, Boy and Inigo Jr .Only 3 out 7 on Inigo Fiel SR siblings were present during our initial meeting on how we get started on our roots.

Other names not present. Nancy Presently In Negros tanjay city, Elma (deceased), Berting(deseaced), and Jaime presently in Manila.
presently residing in san francisco agusan del
cp num 09297526240

Monday, June 15, 2009


May mga Fiel sa Caloocan....

May mga Fiel sa Las Piñas....

May mga Fiel sa Makati....

May mga Fiel sa Mandaluyong....

May mga Fiel sa Pasay....

May mga Fiel sa Pasig City....

May mga Fiel sa Quezon City....

May mga Fiel sa San Juan....

May mga Fiel sa Velenzuela....

This is just a wild idea which come to my mind while exchanging email with Tita Susan of Pasig City:

How about a Fiel Clan reunion in Metro Manila????

No, it doesn't have to be a big, big event. We can just gather in a certain place. (Pwede nga KKB eh). If somebody would like to offer his/her home for the venue, so much the better. Then, we will exchange stories paano tayo nakarating dito sa Manila. Then let us trace our families.

Twenty people or more ay actually okey na for a start...

Please express your me at

Please leave your cp contact number and address...


(This is from an email sent to me by Tita Susan Fiel. She lives in 24 Almond St., Phase 8, Marietta-Romeo Village, Sta. Lucia, Pasig City. At present we are thinking of a Fiel Clan Reunion in Manila...)

Papa, as we dearly call our beloved father, Felix Vega Fiel, the son of Aurelio Fiel, and the son of Rufino Fiel was a small and short man, barely five feet tall in height. But he is stocky and all of muscles in the right places. When six pack abs was seemingly unknown among the teenagers during our times, in the seventies and eighties, my father already had one. Ask why? He started lifting weights as a young “kargador” in Cebu when he stowed away from the humongous “hacienda” of his father, A.K.A., Don Aurelio Fiel in Albuera, Leyte. Their “hacienda” was humongous in the sense that his father would hire workers from another town or baranggay because they were short of manpower to cover the work required. He was also a self-confessed athlete who excelled in various sports not very much requiring height, such as, boxing, baseball, volleyball, and table tennis. The reason why he stowed away from his wealthy family is another story I just cannot share with the Fiel clan because it is extremely sensitive and controversial in nature.

Felix Fiel is the one in black.
Standing left to right: Rufino, Constancio, Januario, and Agustine.
Sitting left to right: Iniego, Teresa and Felix
Not in the picture: Ricarda Fiel and Pablo Fiel

He was a well traveled man having visited and lived in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao in the pursuit of livelihood and to achieve his dream of becoming successful sans the help of his wealthy clan. These constant travels explains why all his childred were born in different towns, cities, and provinces. Truly cosmopolitan children, we are representatives of almost all parts of the Philippines. Two of my brothers were born in Misamis, one in Negros Oriental, two in Cavite, one in Sorsogon and one in La Union. Consequently, the family can speak various dialects such as Tagalog, Cebuano, Bicolano, and Ilocano. As a successful seafarer, he also had the opportunity to see almost the whole wide world. What he lacked in formal education (he only finished sixth grade), was compensated by his intense desire to learn and develop his skills through self study and practice. He was a voracious reader and was able to develop his verbal communication and reading skills in English, Spanish, and a little of Nipongo. If he were alive today, he could have been an effective and articulate Call Center Agent because I used to be amazed how come he conversed with us with an American accent. He used to practice the “Aspirated “T”, pronouncing “T” as clearly as possible. He also held “T” before “N” and say “cart on” instead of “carton” and “sat in” instead of “satin”. Making the “T’s” in his words disappear is also a breeze to him. I would wonder why he pronounces “international” as “inernational” and “twenty” as “tweny”. Funny huh? For an elementary student like me from a public school (Hindi bale, consistent section one naman, he, he) this is something I cannot fathom as such pronunciations were Greek to us way back then.

He developed his boxing skills to augment his income as a highly skilled mechanic. You might wonder what a four feet and eleven inches tall boxer is doing in the ring? Well, during his entire boxing career he won numerous fights against much taller opponents, worthy of the monicker “Little Jack Dempsey” of the Philippines. With God-given talent, he was able to master his mechanical skills: diesel or gas engines of land motor vehicles like car, truck or bus, he can operate and repair with ease, facility, and dexterity. And hold your breath, he was also an expert in airplane and ship engines. He was once the talk of the town when he was able to repair and restore to its normal and working condition a very old and severely damaged ship engine. Mechanic genius huh!

These talents and capabilities opened the promising door of opportunities for my papa. In one of his visits to Manila, he looked for his childhood friend, also a son of an “haciendero”, like him the prominent and wealthy “Bisaya” with Chinese blood and owner of a shipping company, United Philippines Lines, none other than the late James Chiongbian. He used to regale us with an anecdote that he, together with James Chiongbian would walk side by side in going to their school with their respective “yayas” in a tow. And how he would ask James Chiongbian to share with him his “baon” because he has more money than him. We would remark with awe, “you are indeed a son of an “haciendero”, papa!”

His highly developed mechanical skills landed him a job in his childhood friend’s shipping company. Several years after, my eldest brother was also hired as a seaman by James Chiongbian..

This signaled the start of the change in my father’s lifestyle. Before, he used to be a “kargador”, a houseboy of many of their neighboring “hacienderos”, as well as in other “hacienda” in Negros, a goldmine worker, a boxer, a machinist, and a mechanic, name it, my papa must have tried all kinds of jobs, odds or otherwise just to survive and feed his growing family of seven children.

My father, maybe small in stature, but he had a big, humongous heart with a very happy and pleasant disposition in life. Boy! How he loved to sing and dance with gusto to the rhythm and beat of the music of the then internationally renowned Spanish/Latin group, “Trio los Panchos”. Why the penchant for such music? Your guess is as good as mine. Of course, we have Spanish heritage in our blood. Despite the trials in his life which were rather plentiful, he remained happy (Felix is “Feliz” in Spanish meaning happy), composed, focused, and intensely driven to succeed in all his endeavors.

He was the youngest and the shortest (remember, he worked as a “kargador” at the tender age of 12, which am dead sure stunted his growth) among his siblings and the only one who lacked in academic stature yet, he was able to help his older as well as younger half siblings. Having developed his network of influential friends and relatives, courtesy of his extremely contagious and charismatic personality, he was able to find jobs for some of them. What an irony! The youngest, the neglected, the stow away child, once upon a time played the role of a “mother hen”, caring and loving to his older siblings.

At a young age of 56, my father died of lung cancer. He used to smoke a lot and we have a strong feeling that his prolonged exposure to the toxins and fumes of the engines aggravated his illness. On the hindsight, the good Lord must have cut short his stay here on earth however productive it was so he can finally rest. Besides, he must have already served his purpose here on earth. We must remember, the Lord did not promise us a bed of roses here on earth, but an everlasting life after death.

Felix Vega Fiel, the son of an “haciendero” who never inherited nor asked a single square meter of land from his wealthy father together with Socorro Dioneda Fiel, a Chinese-Bicolana mestiza were able to produce seven children who are all successful in their own rights. Romeo D. Fiel, a retired Marine Engineer, Rolando D. Fiel, a retired highly skilled class “A” Pipefitter/Welder, Cristina Fiel-Sorita, a retired Public School Teacher, Samuel D. Fiel, an Architect, Susana D. Fiel, an HRD Practioner, George D. Fiel, an Electronics and Communications Engineer/Businessman, and Luz D. Fiel, a Registered Nurse.

We are all proud to be the children of Felix Vega Fiel, an extremely extraordinary man and we salute him for having achieved his purpose in life with flying colors.

P. S.
Aurelio Fiel married twice:
Mga Anak with Francisca Vega (First Wife): Ricarda Fiel, Pablo Fiel, Iniego Fiel, Felix Fiel
Mga Anak sa Second Wife: Rufino Fiel, Constancio Fiel, Januario Fiel, Augustine Fiel, Teresita/Teresa Fiel

Sunday, June 7, 2009


MALAKAS lang talaga ang loob ko! Since I started my interest in family tree, I have always heard about Sibonga, Cebu. Sabi ng mga relatives ko and my lolo, dito daw nakatira ang lolo ng lolo ko or my great-great grandfather, Elias Fiel.After the Fiel Clan Reunion in Kiblawan, Davao del Sur, I went to Cebu to search for my roots before going to Zamboanga for my mission area (pari po kasi ako di ba?).From Cebu City, malapit lang pala ang Sibonga. Wala akong kakilala doon but I was confident na pagdating ko doon, madali lang mahanap ang mga Fiel na nakatira doon. And yes, I was not wrong...

And guess what, pagdating ko sa munisipyo, ito ang nakita ko kaagad!!! There is a Fiel employee in the land of my grandfathers...Not only that, when I went to Guimbangco-an, the particular barrio in Sibonga na talagang pinagmulan ni Lolo Elias, ito ang tumambad sa akin sa pinakabungad: the barangay captain was Retche Fiel. Kamag-anak! Hehehe.
Hinanap ko ang bahay ni Retche Fiel and ito na nga po siya. His father was born on 1937. I was able to talk to him. His father was right, di na niya naabutan si Elias Fiel and his sons and daughters. They moved to Mindanao in the early 30's. My lolo Lope Fiel moved to Davao in 1932 to look for greener pastures and the year after, dinala na niya ang kanyang mga kapatid. So, hindi na sila nagpang-abot ng father ni Retche. But I still would like to talk personally to his father this August. Sa phone lang kasi nagkausap...
This is Retche and I

Lola Juling Fiel was right when I interviewed her. One of the reasons there was an exodus of Fiel family from Sibonga to Leyte and Mindanao was that the land was not very productive. Gagmay ra daw ang mga mais. Dili daw katubo ug tag-as. I saw this also when I reached Guimbangco-an.

The Guimbangco-an Barangay Hall

Guimbangco-an Road...the Holy Road my grandfathers have trod.....

Thursday, June 4, 2009


During the 14th Fiel Clan reunion in Kiblawan, Davao del Sur, I was handed a copy of the line of Elias Fiel. That booklet also lists in details the line of Julian Fiel and Donato Fiel. Since I already posted the line of Julian Fiel, I will also post soon the line of Donato Fiel…

Not only that. The booklet also contains the list of other Fiel Family roots:

Take a look, baka kilala nyo na ang mga ito. WE NEED INFOS ABOUT THEM…

  1. Paula Fiel

  1. Hero Fiel

  1. Roman Fiel

  1. Mecayla Fiel

  1. Anastacia Fiel

  1. Maura Fiel

  1. Gloria Fiel (married to Gary Maquiling) – they have a son named Gary Fiel Maquiling Jr.

  1. Renato M. Fiel (married to “Perla”) – their kids:
    1. Catherine Fiel
    2. Renato Fiel Jr.
    3. Cheryll Fiel
    4. Riyan Fiel

  1. Rudy Fiel (married to Teodora Camboanga)

  1. Anita Fiel (married to Manuel Anino)

  1. Pablo Vega Fiel – I WILL PROVIDE INFOS ABOUT HIM IN THE FUTURE…I swill start from Aurelio Fiel

  1. Andres Fiel (married to Casiana Naong) – their sons and daughters: 13
    1. Benjamin Fiel
    2. Benido Fiel
    3. Hermigelio Fiel
    4. Andres Jr. Fiel
    5. Jocelyn Fiel
    6. Lolita Fiel
    7. Fernando Fiel
    8. Juliet Fiel
    9. Pamfila Fiel
    10. Nestor Fiel
    11. Cleofe Fiel
    12. Grace Fiel
    13. Danilo Fiel

  1. Felomina Fiel (married to Eustaquio Calum) – may anim na anak
    1. Vivencia Fiel Calum
    2. Fortunata Fiel Calum
    3. Constancia Fiel Calum
    4. Juanito Fiel Calum
    5. Guillermo Fiel Calum
    6. Avelino Fiel Calum

  1. Fabio Fiel – may 8 na anak (perhaps nicknames ang mga ito)
    1. Bading Fiel
    2. Corning Fiel
    3. Peter Fiel
    4. Tolen Fiel
    5. Vering Fiel
    6. Palot Fiel
    7. Dendano Fiel
    8. Donko Fiel


Sunday, May 31, 2009



for more pictures:


Saturday, May 30, 2009


Dako jud ug tabang ang mga reunion nga sama sa gibuhat namo didto sa Kiblawan: Mao ni ang linya ni Elias Fiel. Even my relatives do not have the knowledge asa pangitaon ang line ng kanyang kapatid na si Isaac Fiel. When I went to Guimbangco-an, Sibonga, Cebu last May 28, 2009 wala na ring mga Fiel na nakaalala sa kanila. But at this point, it suffices to say na nadagdagan ang record ko sa line ni Elias Fiel, my great-great grandfather.


1. Elias Fiel - married to Felomina Surposa (see 2.1)
2. Isaac Fiel

Brothers Elias and Isaac lived in Guimbangco-an, Sibonga, Cebu.

2. SECOND GENERATION (Mga Anak ni Elias at Felomina):

2.1. Kids of Elias Fiel and Felomina Surposa

1. Donato Fiel married to Hermogena Cañamo (see 3.1)
2. Aniceto Fiel married to Mantang Terante (see 3.2)
3. Felipe Fiel married to Atang Bustamante (see 3.3)
4. Julian Fiel married to Timothea Mirafuentes (see 3.4)
5. Nicolasa Fiel married to Tanoy Mirafuentes (see 3.5)
6. Cristina Fiel married to Enteng Estudillo (see 3.6)
7. Bonifacio Fiel married to Modesta Darong (see 3.7)
8. Rosa Fiel married to Mateo Bustamante (see 3.8)
9. Teodoro Fiel (naglayas ito sa Leyte) (see 3.9)
10. Santiago Fiel married to Marcela Mirafuentes (see 3.10)

According to Lola Juling Fiel, Si Teodoro Fiel ay naglayas sa Leyte dahil ito pala ay nagtampo sa isa sa kanyang mga utol because they were in love with the same woman and ang napili ng babae ay ang kanyang utol. So, he eloped to Leyte for soul-searching. Pagbalik niya sa Cebu, may asawa na rin siya but our resource persons could no longer recall the name of his wife.

The land in Sibonga was not very suitable for farming. Mubo ra kaayo ang mga tubo sa mais didto. Except for Teodoro Fiel, the Fiel siblings went to Dumalinao and Pagadian in Zamboanga, island of Mindanao for greener pastures.

2. 2. I do not have the records of the sons and daughters of Isaac Fiel.

3. THIRD GENERATION (Mga Apo ni Elias Fiel):
3.1. From Donato Fiel & Hermogena Cañamo (Ramon Magsaysay, Zamboanga del Sur)

1. Gregorio Fiel - married to Margarita ____ (surname unknown) (see 4.1)
2. Luisa Fiel married to Sebastian Daral (see 4.2)
3. Ana Fiel married to Cenon Antifuesta (see 4.3)
4. Osing Fiel married to Esiong Redublado (see 4.4)
5. Antonio Fiel married to Andrea Maravillas (see 4.5)
6. Anon Fiel married to Pedro Villegas (see 4.6)
7. Felicidad Fiel married to Quirico Mirafuentes (see 4.7)
8. Quirino Fiel married to Claudia Pat (see 4.8)
9. Narciso Fiel married to Bernardina Omongos (see 4.9)
10. Rosario Fiel married to Pilo Dimpas (see 4.10)
11. Dioniscia Fiel married to Susano Sumaramos (see 4.11)
12. Rosalia Fiel married to Atty. Meleton Parducho (see 4.12)

2. From Aniceto Fiel & Mantang Terante
a. Julian Fiel
b. Didong Fiel
c. Monico Fiel
d. Lucila Fiel
e. Ricardo Fiel
f. Roger Fiel
g. Citas Fiel
h. Manding Fiel

3. From Felipe Fiel & Atang Bustamante
a. Apolonio Fiel
b. Constancia Fiel
c. Rosalia Fiel
d. Bernarda Fiel
e. Domingga Fiel
f. Margarita Fiel
g. Fermin Fiel

4. From Julian Fiel & Timothea Mirafuentes
a. Mathilde Fiel
b. Ingracia Fiel
c. Catalino Fiel
d. Lope Fiel (died January 2008)
e. Arsenio Fiel
f. Regina Fiel
g. Felisa Fiel
h. Aurelio Fiel
i. Feliciano Fiel (died September 2008)
j. Basilia Fiel
k. Pedro Fiel

Sa mga anak ni Julian Fiel, only Regina Fiel and Pedro Fiel are still alive.

5. From Nicolasa Fiel & Tanoy Mirafuentes
a. Erenio Fiel Mirafuentes
b. Edoc Fiel Mirafuentes
c. Tarcela Fiel Mirafuentes
d. Santas Fiel Mirafuentes
e. Moming Fiel Mirafuentes
f. Rosing Fiel Mirafuentes
g. Angel Fiel Mirafuentes

6. From Cristina Fiel & Enteng Estudillo
a. Pedro Fiel Estudillo
b. Maria Fiel Estudillo
c. Tirso Fiel Estudillo
d. Cenon Fiel Estudillo
e. Ponso Fiel Estudillo
f. Bragido Fiel Estudillo
g. Anselma Fiel Estudillo
h. Adela Fiel Estudillo

7. From Bonifacio Fiel & Modesta Darong
a. Epifania Fiel
b. Tranquilina Fiel
c. Magna Fiel
d. Fabio Fiel
e. Roberto Fiel
f. Ponting Fiel

8. From Rosa Fiel & Mateo Bustamante
a. Anse Fiel Bustamante
b. Margarita Fiel Bustamante
c. Susing Fiel Bustamante
d. Teresa Fiel Bustamante
e. Garcia Fiel Bustamante
f. Omie Fiel Bustamante

9. From Teodoro Fiel (naglayas ito sa Leyte) - no data

10. From Santiago Fiel & Marcela Mirafuentes
a. Maxima Fiel
b. Aurelia Fiel
c. Eling Fiel

FOURTH GENERATION -- from Julian Fiel's line (Mga Apo sa Tuhod ni Elias)

From Mathilde Fiel - no data

From Ingracia Fiel - no data

From Catalino Fiel
a. Bonifacio Fiel (married to Lydia Martinez)
b. Aurelia Fiel (married to Pruencio Ocaña)
c. Zoilo Fiel (married to Rosalita Japa
d. Celerina Fiel (married to Primo Podillana)
e. Elevita Fiel (married to Lydio Porto)
f. Carlito Fiel (married to Lida Habaradas)

From Lope Fiel (died January 2008)
a. Sergia Fiel (married to Bonifacio Espera)
b. Patrocino Fiel (married to Honoria Limit)
c. Felomino Fiel (married to Delfina Prado)
d. Basilia Fiel (married to Bonifacio Prado)
e. Antonio Fiel (married to Salome Ampac)
f. Lolita Fiel (married to Jaime Talaugon)
g. Pacensia Fiel (married to Eulogio Agoilo)
h. Salome Fiel (married to Ben Camilo)
i. Conrado Fiel (married to Anecita Casis)
j. Mercedez Fiel (married to Ruben Baroy)
k. Marrieta Fiel (married to Generoso Baro)
l. Reynaldo Fiel (married to Metchie Asilar)
m. Edgar Fiel (married to Gemma Grado)

From Arsenio Fiel married Andrea Antok - no children

From Regina Fiel married Nemesio Embudo
a. Siriaco Fiel Embudo (married to Antonina Janno)
b. Rosalia Fiel Embudo (married to Brigido Rodenas)
c. Claudio Fiel Embudo (married to Purificacion Bucanegra)
d. Rosenda Fiel Embudo (married to Bernabe Lertido)
e. Agustina Fiel Embudo (married to Joseph Obediencio)
f. Jose Fiel Embudo
All of them are now in Kiblawan, Davao del Sur

From Felisa Fiel - no data

From Aurelio Fiel - no data

From Feliciano Fiel (died September 2008)
a. Remedios Fiel (married to Fernando Gastardo)
b. Fe Fiel (married to Alfredo Antiola)
c. Silvano Fiel (married to Catherine Castrodes)
d. Cita Fiel (married to Cresencio Elivera)
All of them are now in Kiblawan, Davao del Sur

From Basilia Fiel - no data

From Pedro Fiel
a. Rufino Fiel (married to Flora Hagonoy) -- now in Matanao, Davao del Sur
b. Erlina Fiel (married to Victoriano Rubio) -- now in Parañaque
c. Constancio Fiel (married to Rosefin Dela Pe
ña) -- now in Kiblawan, Davao del Sur
d. Josefina Fiel (married to Claudio Luy) -- now in Kiblawan, Davao del Sur
e. Pedro Fiel Jr. (married to Rosita Canada) -- now in Matanao, Davao del Sur
f. Victoria Fiel (married to Raul Lozano) -- now in Kiblawan, Davao del Sur


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I am the son of Silvano Fiel, who is the son of Feliciano Fiel, who is the son of Julian Fiel, who is the son of Elias Fiel from Sibonga, Cebu. Elias Fiel has only one brother and his name is Isaac Fiel. My name is taken from my grandparents Feliciano and Marcelina. I am a religious missionary SVD.