Barangay Pinamucan Silangan

Barangay Officials
Ruben M. Espeleta Punong Barangay
Marlon G. Moron Brgy. Kagawad
Benito A. Abag Brgy. Kagawad
Jocelyn G. Balbastro Brgy. Kagawad
Ricardo M.Marasigan Brgy. Kagawad
Narciso M. Marasigan Brgy. Kagawad
Remegio S. Gaba Brgy. Kagawad
William B. Godoy Brgy. Kagawad
Bryan H. Bicol SK-Chairman
Mercy A. Marasigan Brgy. Secretary
PJovert A. Atienza Brgy. Treasurer


Physical & Demographic Characteristics
Land Area (has) : 217.3954
Population 2015 (PSA) :
Number of Purok/Sitios : 7
Boundaries : North - Dao
South - Malibayo
West - Pinamucan Ibaba
East - Haligue


Other Information



1. Present name of the barrio - Pinamukan

2. The present place which is now called Pinamukan was once called "Pipisikan". The earliest inhabitants were said to settle on the eastern part of the barrio, for the western part in which most of the present inhabitants’ lives was swampy place, dense with mangrove trees. There were only three families, namely: the Villenas, Hernandez and the Alcantaras. These three progressive families enlarged as time went on and more and more of the swampy region in the Western part was settled every year.
Today, few homes can be found in the neighborhood where the first inhabitants lived. The once dense mangrove forest is cleared, the swampy land dried up for the people to build their homes on it.
The barrio includes two sitios: Pilit, in the eastern part and Bayanan in the middle part. A large tract of rolling plains is still inhabited in the northern part, while a good number of homes can be found in the southern part.

3. Original families: Villenas, Hernandez, and Alcantaras.

4. List of tenientes from the earliest time to date in their chronological order:

Pedro de Castro 
Gregorio Anog 
Pedro Belen 
Ramon Hernandez
Ignacio Villena
Zacarias Mendoza

5. Folkways: Traditions

By tradition the people of this barrio are religious. The very first families are devoted Catholics. This accounts for the construction of the barrio chapel in which Sundays prayer are never neglected. Special religious prayers during fiestas, baptisms and novenas are held by the whole barrio population. During fiestas, priests from the town are requested to held every year. The chapel became the symbols of the people’s faith in God.
One of the outstanding faiths of the people is hospitality and good manner. The people help one another especially when affairs are held. Helping everyone is always alive among the people. Any family begotten by death or any unlucky happening is always aided. In deaths for example, "abuloy" or donations for the burial of the deceased is given. This barrio has a fine trait like helping the helpless.