Barangay Estrada

Earlier known as Barangay Calingcuan in the 19th century, Barangay Estrada acquired its name amidst the World War II in 1945. Residents of the then Barangay Calingcuan evacuated to a much safer place owned by the Estrada’s. They were given afterwards the rights to build their own houses within the area. Since then, the place was called Estrada, hence, Barangay Estrada.

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Barangay Dolores

History of Barangay Dolores

       In 1954, this humble agricultural barangay hailing just a few kilometers from the center of Capas actually got its name after the areas patron saint, Nuestra Señora Dolores.

Having been acclaimed as one of the municipality’s premiere barangay in the agricultural industry, its major population are engaged to farming or estimated at 70 %. Meanwhile, 20% are factory workers, and the other 10% are professional’s consisting chiefly by young professionals.

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Barangay Cutcut II

History of Barangay Cutcut II

Due to unavailability of reference to prove on where Barangay Cutcut really got its name, one can only speculate and rely on folklores that were handed down through generations by elders and residents of the barangay.

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Barangay Cutcut I

Due to unavailability of reference to prove on where Barangay Cutcut really got its name, one can only speculate and rely on folklores that were handed down through generations by elders and residents of the barangay.

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