Hello.... or Aloha! My grandmother was a Mascarinas. Her name was Flaviana Mascarinas (she was nicknamed Abiang... she was the first grade teacher at the local Elementary school in Lutao, Inabanga, Bohol, where her husband- my Lolo, Gregorio Petalcorin, was the principal) I never met her, but we often visited her grave until my family moved to Germany.I am one of Alfredo Mascarinas Petalcorin's daughters.. I live In Hawaii now). From what I was told, the Mascarinas family was very rich... they had cattles etc... When my grandma married our grandpa, her family wasn't very happy about her choice. He wasn't anything special at that point, yet. My auntie told me about how she and the family felt not really accepted by the Mascarinas clan while growing up. We have family in Tubigon, Bohol and even here in Hawaii. I was in Bohol January of 1996. Some of the Mascarinas from Tubigon came to my sister's wedding.