|About ACFI Alesna Clan Foundation Inc
Generally regarded as the biggest clan in Carcar. And yet, reconstruction of the family tree pointed
only to a single couple. There are other families in Carcar that had already branched out more in
the same timeline.
But starting person Felipe’s having 5, maybe 6, sons to carry on the name may explain the
In the 2010 Voters list for Carcar, there are 331 voters surnamed Alesna (including 2 Alisna), the
5th most numerous surname in the list.
BREAKING NEWS: Just tonight (25-Sep-2009) I found the marriage record of Victorio Alesna to
Benedicta Aldaya. Dated 20-Jul-1835, the entry identified the previously unlinked Victorio
Loverto’s [sic] parents as Luis Mariano and Ma. Agustina. So, the big branch of Victorio has now
BREAKING NEWS: And then tonight (13-Nov-2009) was found the marriage record of Saturnina Alesna and
Enrique Ybañez, which branch have been consigned to the bottom of this page, waiting for the day
Saturnina can be linked to whichever Alesna branch she belongs to. Well, the marriage record for
Enrique Ybañis [sic] with Saturnina Antonia was found as 21-Aug-1847. Saturnina was the daughter of,
like the previous breaking news above, Luis Mariano and Ma. Agustina. Happily at the same time, this
also links for my files Ybañez with his lineage as son of Doroteo Ybañez and Victoria Albarado
[sic]. I am going to place Saturnina tentatively after Francisco Silvestre who, born 1818, would
have been already 29 at that marriage date–pending the finding of pertinent dates for her and her
next siblings in this tree.