BRIEF HISTORY OF AGLIPAY

 

The municipality of Aglipay, Quirino was named in honor of the late Gregorio Aglipay, the head of the only existing religious sect in the community at that time. It was created through Executive Order No. 368 signed by the then President Elpidio Quirino on 11 November 1950 which reorganized the municipalities and municipal districts of the province of Nueva Vizcaya. It became one of the ten municipalities of the said province with an area of approximately forty one thousand one hundred twenty six (41,126) hectares. Its first seat of government was at Barangay Guinalbin with the late Hon. Gregorio Divina as its first appointed town Executive. It was then composed of only six barangays and inhabited mostly by Christians from the lowlands comprised mostly of Ilocano’s with some non-Christians tribes.

 

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Barangays

Aglipay is politically subdivided into 25 barangays.

Dagupan
Dumabel
Dungo (Osmeña)
Guinalbin
Ligaya
Palacian
Pinaripad Sur
Progreso (Pob.)
Ramos
Rang-ayan
San Antonio
San Francisco
San Leonardo
San Ramon
Victoria
Villa Pagaduan
Villa Santiago
Alicia
Cabugao
Diodol
Nagabgaban
Pinaripad Norte
San Benigno
San Manuel
Villa Ventura