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History of Barangay Bacolod in Irosin, Sorsogon

Irosin, Sorsogon, Philippines
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Barangay Bacolod was created pursuant to P.D. 86 last June 17, 1975. This is formerly a part of the Poblacion of Irosin. The Barangay officials here were by former Municipal Mayor Atty. Jose G. Michelena who is cloth with such Authority to appoint by the provision of P.D. - 86.

The first Barangay Captain appointed was Crisanto Tabora.  The boundaries defined for Bacolod are: Aguinaldo and Magsaysay Pass on the North, Cadac-an River on the South, ext. of Gen. Luna St., San Agustin on the East and Holy Spirit Academy of Irosin on the West.

This Barangay has an area of 11 hectares. The Barangay Officials held their positions until after the regular Barangay Elections was conducted on May 17, 1982. The Barangay came has long been known and adopted by the residents long before its formal recreation.


This is a crowdsourced guide about Barangay Bacolod in Irosin, Sorsogon. The author is currently looking for locals who live here to help her contribute some information needed for this article and also for other post about history of barangays in Irosin. Please see below how you can help:

1. A picture of welcome arc that says Barangay Bacolod to be used as profile photo of this article DONE
2. Things to see or any interesting information that can be added such as if there are rivers, waterfalls or anything that can be promoted as tourism
3. Directions about how to go to Barangay Tinampo from the poblacion of Irosin either by tricycle or jeep, where is the terminal and how much is the fare.
4. The name of the sitios that belong to Barangay Bacolod

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Patron saints of Barangay Bacolod per sitio

Sumal - ot: Saint Jude Thaddeus
Relief:  Santo Nino

Proper: Santo Jazareno


Note: Barangay Bacolod history's source is Municipal Library of Irosin. It was a compiled folder that tells history of each Barangay in Irosin. The author is currently outsourcing more information to make this travel guide to Barangay Tinampo be of help to students and others who are looking for information about this place. She is not in anyway claiming as the authorized source but more of spreading this kind of information that is previously not available online.

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