Chapter 9: Dulay|Dulay Clan|Descendants of Lakan Dula|Tondo|Marikina|Northern Samar|La Union

    Dulay (pronounced as Dulai or Duley)(also doo-leh)  is a prominent clan in the Philippines where Dulay is spelled as Dula in alibata, the pre-historic Filipino native alphabet, which explains the fact that the Doyly from England became Dulay and later, Dula when it reached the Philippines during the pre-Hispanic time. When the Bolkiah Family of Brunei and Manila married a Doyly from England, the resulting marriages started the Doyly/Dulay/Dula lineage of Lakan Dula of the Kingdom of Manila. This foreign bloodline and connections also explains why the ancient Tagalog dialect has few Jatt-Hindu sounding words and seemingly old English derivatives because of several exchanges of secret communications between the Dulay/Dula of the Kingdom of Manila, the Duleh of the Jatt people of India and Doyly of England. It is also one of the many last names of early Jatt tribes that played an important historical role in Sikh history.[1] 

Origins

    Lakan Dula was born on December 16, 1503 A.D and died on March 21, 1589 A.D. He was the last King of Manila before the kingdom was totally subjugated by the Spaniards and his descendants were forced to do self exile to escape the bloody Hispanic persecution by settling in far flung areas within the sea and river routes. 

    There is one theory that says that Dulay is a Filipino ethnic name. It contradicts the prevailing internationally accepted history that Britain somehow arrived in Manila before Spain to marry into the Bolkiah family.  The theory simply says  that Dulay is simply Dula y Goiti, not a fairy tale based in Britain. The truth is that to conceal the name Dula from Spanish persecution, David Dula y Goiti became David Dulay, from which all the Dulays had descended. The fact is that Britain was in Manila for two years during the 1700's, not before, and had no real influence over the country. Spain did. So, the story that Dulay originated in two places is false. Dulay is not British, but Filipino and Spanish. That is well documented. 

    But somehow, a second theory coming from the Royals of England  says  that British records state that Dulay bloodline and surname came from Robert d'Ouilli. There were only 243 taxable houses in the City of Oxford in 1086. Robert d'Ouilli (Doyly) held 61 manors in Oxford. He was Oxford's most powerful Norman magnate. Oxford was also known as Hokenorton or Hooknorton. He, Robert, was granted much of the county of Oxford by Duke William of Normandy for his assistance at the Battle of Hastings. Robert was Constable of Oxford. Robert had previously built built Wallingford Castle, completed in 1071. He held 61 manors in Oxfordshire. "He was so powerful a man no one durst oppose him" He was from Ouilly-le-Basset, near Falaise in Normandy. His sworn brother-in-arms, Roger d'Ivri or Ivry and he were both at Hastings with Duke William of Normandy in 1066. Between them and Bishop Odo of Bayeux, half brother of Duke William of Normandy, they held most of the whole county of Oxfordshire.[2].The Dulay bloodline and surname eventually became Duleh when it intermarried with the Jatt royal family in India and Dula in Philippines when it intermarried with the pre Hispanic nobility based in Manila, because Dulay is spelled as Dula in alibata, the pre - Hispanic Filipino alphabet. The Dula surname was later changed back to Dulay by the latter descendants, partly to hide from Spanish prosecution but more on political statement as a re connection with it's British roots as a symbol of struggle against the oppressive Spanish regime. In the history books, the one who changed his name from Dula to Dulay was David Dula y Goiti, the eldest son of Batang Dula, who is the heir apparent and eldest son of Lakan Bunao Dula, the last King of Tondo.

    The third and most historically accepted theory is that the Dulay surname came Doyly nobility from Normandy, with French and British noble lineage:

The English register of Oseney abbey

Clark, Andrew, 1856-1922.

OSENEY CARTULARY ENGLISHED

[VII. How St. George's Church was given to Oseney]

 

[23.] A confirmacion of Henry Doylly þe ffirst þe Sone*. [MS. has 'the Sone the Sone.' This is a genuine deed, extant as Brit. Mus. Add. Charter 20,361.] of þe saide Robert Doylly his ffadur off þe saide thynges.

A D. 1149. Grant to Oseney, by Henry Doyly I, of St. George's church.

"BE hit i-knowe to all trew men of holy church that I, Henry Doylly, with þe consent and grauntyng of my Broþer Gilbert, and with þe counsell of Syre Robert (þe soone of Roger*. [A  most misleading slip. The Latin has 'domini Roberti filii regis'; i.e. of lady Edith's son by Henry I.]) my broþer and of my  modur and of oder ffrendes and of my men, yefe and  graunte, in-to perpetuell  almys, for þe sowle of Kyng  Henry and for þe sowle of my ffadur  Robert Doylly and other kynnesfolkes and of myne aunceturs and for my helth and of my   modur and of  my brethryn and of oþer my ffrendes and for þe state and welefare of all þe realme, to þe church of Saynte marye þe which my ffadur  fundid in þe Ile þe which is i-called Oseney and to þe chanons in hit seruyng god,  my church of Saynte George the which is in þe Castell of  Oxonforde, with all thynges þe which ben of my fee and perteynyng to hit, þat is to say, in howses in tithis in playne in woode in ryvers  and in ffedynges and in all oþer thynges, with customs & liberteis þe which he*. [Read 'it'; i.e. the church.] helde in þe tyme of my  aunceturs þe which foundid hit. Wherefore I wille and surely  ordeyne þat þe forsayde church of Saynte George*. [A strange error. Latin has, correctly, 'prefata sancte Marie ecclesia'; i.e. Ose|ney.], of þe which my ffadur was foundur and of þe which I am patrone and advocate, This addyng*.['additamentum.' This 'adding,' really by Henry Doyly I, is attributed to his father in the spurious deed (no. 21).] to þencresyng of my ffadurs almy þe which*. ['quam,' scil. eleemosinam. The refer|ence is to the foundation- gift (no. 12).] Be ordeyned  þere, hit holde, of me and of all myne heyres and successours, quietly and worschipfully, all  exaccion i-put*. ['postposita.'] a-bak, from this tyme nowe and for Euer Witnesses: Daniell, Abbot  of  Mussendene; Alure    de*. [Alfred, abbot of Dorchester, 1146-63.], Abbot of Dorchester, et cetera."

        Years later, Henry descendant Ysmeria Doyly was sent to a mission by the British Royalty in a far away land to the east to marry a prince from  the Bolkiah Kingdom and start a cadet line of royalty based in Manila, Philippines. The regnal name of Doyly was later converted into the more native sounding name of Dulay. Years later, because the ancient alphabet of the natives of the islands, the alibata, did not have letter Y, the Dulay was later popularly spelled as Dula from where Lakan Dula lineage descended.

            Dulay Persian Biblical Bloodline

        Dulay Qarqi (Persian: دولاي قارقي‎‎, also Romanized as Dūlāy Qārqī and Dūlā-ye Qārqī; also known as Dūlāy Qārī)[1] is a village in Qomrud Rural         District, in the Central District of Qom County, Qom Province, Iran.  The 2006 Iran census noted its existence but not its population.[2]

Dulay villages and towns in India

    Although Dulays reside worldwide (with majorities outside of India in the United Kingdom, Philippines, Canada and the United States of America) many still live in the Dulay villages and towns in India, Begampur, Mehsampur,Sangatpur Partabpura - A settlement just outside of Jallandhar

 Dulay villages and towns in the Philippines

    From the historical accounts of the old folks of the clan, notably, the late Candawid Barangay Captain Macario Dulay; David Dulay is a wealthy Tagalog with several wives and children. The children from the first wife carry the surname Dulay to hide them from the Spanish persecutions. The children from the second wife used the surname Dula to reconnect to their Lakan Dula heritage. The children from his other wives used the surnames of their mothers. Some younger children from the first wife settled in Laoang town and made good in arrastre business and another younger brother joined a Spanish shipping crew to Manila and fell in love with a pretty native from from what is now known as Samara (from Samar), Aringay in the Northern Philippines where they later settled and raise a big family, but their eldest brother remained in Candawid, Isla de Batag, running the coconut plantation with uninterrupted lineage of his first born descendants down to several different generations of Petre,Doroteo, Elpidio, and Ceferino; until Ceferino married a girl from a Sephardi Jewish Mendoza family and surprisingly decided to go back to their ancestral homeland in Tondo and raised a big family. Later in his life, he uprooted his family in Tondo and together with some relatives, settled in Marikina Valley. They are now known as the "Angkan ng Dulay dito sa Lambak ng Marikina at Hilagang Samar".

    The Ancestors of David Dulay (David Dula y Goiti) are as follows - Batang Dula: Father of David Dula y Goiti,Son of Lakan Dula and Mutya,Brother of Magat Salamat, Felipe Salonga, Dionisio Capulong;Lakan Dula (1503–1589): David's grandfather, Husband of Mutya, Son of Rajah Sulaiman I and Ysmeria Doyly, Father of Batang Dula, Magat Salamat, Felipe Salonga, Dionisio Capulong;Mutya: David's grandmother, Wife of Lakan Dula, Mother of Batang Dula, Felipe Salonga, Magat Salamat, Dionisio Capulong;Rajah Sulaiman I: David's great grandfather, Son of Rajah Lontok and Dayang Kalangitan, Husband of Ysmeria Doyly, Father of Lakan Dula and Rajah Sulaiman II,, Brother of Dayang Panginoan, Dayang Lahat and Gat Kahiya;Ysmeria Doylly: David's great grandmother, Wife of Rajah Sulaiman I, Mother of Lakan Dula and Rajah Sulaiman II;Rajah Lontok: David's second great grandfather, Son of Sultan Bolkiah and Lela Mechanai, Husband of Dayang Kalangitan, Father of Dayang Panginoan, Dayang Lahat, Rajah Sulaiman I and Gat Kahiya, Brother of Rajah Gappandan;Dayang Kalangitan: David's second great grandmother, Wife of Rajah Lontok,Mother of Dayang Panginoan, Dayang Lahat, Rajah Sulaiman I and Gat Kahiya;Sultan Bolkiah: David's third great grandfather, Son of Sultan Sulaiman, Husband of Lela Mechanai, Father of Rajah Lontok and Rajah Gappandan; Lela Mechanai: David's third great grandmother, Daughter of Sultan Amir Ul-Ombra, Wife of Sultan Bolkiah, Mother of Rajah Lontok and Rajah Gappandan; Rajah Gambang: David's third great grandfather, Father of Dayang Kalangitan; Sultan Sulaiman: David's fourth great grandfather, Father of Sultan Bolkiah; Sultan Amir Ul-Ombra: David's fourth great grandfather, Father of Lela Mechanai; Rajah Alon: David's fifth great grandfather, Son of Lakan Timamanukum; Lakan Timamanukum: David's 6th great grandfather, Father of Rajah Alon.[3]

    The history of Isla de Batag, Laoang, Northern Samar is colored with the arrivals of the Jewish, Spanish, Chinese and American adventurers who later intermarried with the descendants of David Dulay. The Isla de Batag, or its old name Isla de Batang, which is named after the eldest son of Lakan Dula, Batang Dula, is a strategic spot for settlers and up to now is a home of a lighthouse guiding the ships in the Pacific Ocean, being the first island that ships going to the old Kingdom of Manila would see or deck after a long trip in the Pacific Ocean; and just adjacent to Palapag, the shipping repair station during the Galleon Trade; and Catubig, the old provincial Spanish capital. One of the Jewish families who prospered in the island through the intermarriage with the descendants of David Dulay is the Mendoza Family, who are Sephardi Jews from Spain.The dialect spoken in the island is a Waray with some Jewish sounding words. Some of the relatives of the Mendoza family in the United States are up to now attending Jewish congregations. This explains the fact that the present leaders of the "Angkan ng Dulay dito sa Lambak ng Marikina at Hilagang Samar" have a Jewish bloodline. The provincial name, Samar, is itself Jewish in origin, which somewhat attest to the strong presence of the Sephardi Jews in the area.

Dulay villages and towns in France and England

    The Dulay surname is generally thought to derive from a place name, perhaps Pont Doylly, or Duilly in Normandy. Spelling variations of this family name include: Doyley, D'Oyley, Doyle, D'Oyle, Doylee, Doley, Dulaey, Dulaye, Duley, Duley, Duly, Duely, Dueley, Ollie, Oyler, Oylie, D'Oyly, Olley, Oulley, Oullie, Ollie, Owley, Oyly, Oilli, Oiley, L'Oyle and many more. First found in Oxfordshire where they held a family seat as Lords of the Manor. After the Battle of Hastings in 1066, William, Duke of Normandy, having prevailed over King Harold, granted most of Britain to his many victorious Barons. It was not uncommon to find a Baron, or a Bishop, with 60 or more Lordships scattered throughout the country. These he gave to his sons, nephews and other junior lines of his family and they became known ookie/as under-tenants. They adopted the Norman system of surnames which identified the under-tenant with his holdings so as to distinguish him from the senior stem of the family. After many rebellious wars between his Barons, Duke William, commissioned a census of all England to determine in 1086, settling once and for all, who held which land. He called the census the Domesday Book, indicating that those holders registered would hold the land until the end of time. Hence, conjecturally, the surname is descended from the tenant of the lands of Eynsham held by Columban, a Norman noble as under tenant of the Bishop of Lincoln who was recorded in the Domesday Book census of 1086. His overlord was Robert d'Ouilli.[4]

Dulay in Ireland and England

    Recorded as Dealey, Deeley, Deelay, Delaye, Duley, Dulae, Dulaye, Dulay, Delay, Dealy and possibly others, this was always thought to be an Irish surname. If so it is derived from the pre 10th century Gaelic surname O' Duibhghiolla, the prefix O' meaning "male descendant of", with dubh, dark haired or dark skinned, and giolla, a boy or lad. The vast majority of Irish surnames were originally nicknames given to the first chief of the clan, and he was presumably significantly dark haired or dark complexioned or both. It is said that the clan originated in County Galway, whilst over the water in England there are a large number of nameholders particularly in the city of Birmingham. However the surname is well recorded in England in Elizabethan times, and we now believe that the origin can be either Irish as shown, or for many nameholders French. If the latter, it is from the surname 'de Laye', as shown in the recording of David de Laye at St Martins in the Field, Westminster, in 1569. Other examples of recordings include John Delaye who married Elisabeth Boner at St Bartholomew the Less, on November 24, 1602, and William Dealey who was christened at St. Andrew's Holborn, in the city of London on December 11, 1626. In Ireland itself where most early registers and records were destroyed by the IRA in 1922, we have the recording of Eleanor, the daughter of Michael and Eleanor MacDaniel Deeley, who was christened at St. Mary's church, Limerick, on August 3, 1780. Surnames became necessary when governments introduced personal taxation. In England this was known as Poll Tax. Throughout the centuries, surnames in every country have continued to "develop" often leading to astonishing variants of the original spelling. [5]

Notable Dulays in history

  • Henry Doyly - Lord Constable, circa 1190, believed to be the common ancestor of all Dulays all over the world, with a bloodline of the French and British Monarchy, in the Norman civil war.[7]
  • Ysmeria Doyly - descendants of Henry Doyly,  David Dula y Goiti's great grandmother; Wife of Rajah Sulaiman I; Mother of Lakan Dula and Rajah Sulaiman II.
  • Lakan Dula - the last king of the Kingdom of Manila before it was totally subjugated by the Spanish government and because of heavy persecutions, its nobles, prince and princess escaped to Samar, Pampanga, Marikina, Bulacan, etc.[8]
  • H. S. Duleh - Writer - "Jattan da Itihas" or "history of the Jatt Clans"[9]
  • Batang Dula, eldest son and legal heir of Lakan Dula of Tondo; together with her Spanish wife, Senorita de Goiti, is responsible for the implementation of the order of Lakan Dula to hide the members of the native aristocracy (Filipinos with native sounding names) into different places along sea and river routes to escape the bloody Spanish prosecution of the bloodline of Lakan Dula, known now as the first Filipino diaspora.
  • David Dulay or David Dula y Goiti - financier of the Sumuroy Revolt in the Philippines; a relative of Juan Sumuroy, a leader of the rebellion against the Spanish rule. He was the first mestizo to revolt against the Spanish[10]
  • Tom Dooley (real name Tom Dula) - a young and handsome American confederate soldier wrongly accused and was hanged, was immortalized in a popular song.
  • Tom DeLay - a former member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Texas's 22nd congressional district from 1984 until 2006. He was Republican Party (GOP) House Majority Leader from 2003 to 2005
  • Arthur Dulay - a famous British silent film accompanist, pianist, composer and conductor.
  • Neva Dulay - was elected to the first ever election of the governing National Spiritual Assembly  of Baha'i Faith in the Philippines in 1964. 
  • Simon Dulay, Sr. - one of the earliest advocates for the unity of the Dulay Clan when he founded the CDM Foundation, Inc. which has turned out to be the administrator of the Lakan Dula descendancy.
  • Larry Dulay Itliong  - American labor leader
  • Margaret Duley - Canadian writer
  • Madeiline Dulay Cui Mendoza Ong - former Governor of Northern Samar Province, Philippines
  • Orlando Dulay - former Governor of Quirino Province, Philippines
  • Peter Dooley (Peter Dulay) - British television presenter and scriptwriter
  • Robert "Bobby" V. Dulay - former Governor of La Union Province, Philippines, former Regional Director of the Department of Agrarian Reform, former Deputy Executive Director of the Philippine Carabao Center
  • Moises Q. Dulay - former Mayor of Aringay Town, La Union Province, Philippines from 1956-1982
  • Eleuterio Dulay - Undefeated Mayor of Laoang Islands, Northerm Samar during the Martial Law years in the Philippines until his death.
  • Arsenio Dulay Cui Tan - the first Mayor of Pambujan Town, Northern Samar, Philippines, from 1934–1941
  • Congressman Carlos M. Padilla of Nueva Vizcaya, Northern Philippines, a Dulay on his mother side
  • Lang Dulay - one of National Living Treasure Awardees in the Philippines (Gawad sa Manlilikha ng Bayan)
  • Samuel Dulay-  known worldwide as the authority of the ancient Filipino war art known as Arnis.
  • Don Dulay -a PBA player
  • Gloria Diaz -the first Miss Universe from the Philippines
  • Ceferino Dulay - the 4th generation hereditary leader of the Dulay Clan based in Marikina Valley
  • Janine Marie Tugonon - First Runner Up, Miss Universe 2012, is a grand daughter of the late Mayor Moises Dulay of Aringay.
  • Mariano Jerry Dulay - brother of the 5th generation hereditary leader of the Dulay Clan based in Marikina Valley,the first Lakan Dula descendant who participated actively in local politics in Marikina Valley, when he died, the municipal council en banc of Marikina filed a resolution expressing their condolence to the Dulay Clan.[11]
  • Bishop Pedro Dulay Arigo - Vicar Apostolic Emeritus of Puerto PrincesaPhilippines; titular Bishop of Mactaris
  • Ceasar  Dulay - Bureau of Internal Revenue Commissioner of the Philippines
  • Police Director (2 Star General) Federico Larosa Dulay Jr. – head of the Civil Security Group, Philippine National Police
  • Giles Duley - British photographer
  • Thor Dulay - Filipino singer
  • Ronald Dulay - Volleyball Coach of De La Salle University in the Philippines
  • Recky Dulay - a Filipino boxer who represented the country in international tournaments
          

The Descendants of Lakan Dula of Tondo are united. Their unassuming secretive patriarch of the modern times does not rule, he reigns privately, the personal leadership style he inherited from the earlier traditional leaders of the descendancy,  a reaction from the centuries of Spanish persecutions. He might even deny his historical role or point to somebody else when talking to non descendants or in public.

Juancho Bong Sempio to KAANAK NG MGA BAYANI, KATIPUNERO AT REBOLUSYONARYO

March 13, 2016

Our new member bro Toti Dulay is a descendant of Lakan Dula or Lakandula to some...

Lakan Dula was a native muslim king of Tundun (a large area covering most of what is now present-day Metro Manila), when the Spanish colonization of the Philippine Islands had begun. He ruled a community of Muslim people who lived north of the Pasig River.Lakan Dula was one of three Muslim chieftains in the Manila during the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors led by Martín de Goiti, and Juan de Salcedo in 1570. Lakan is his official title meaning King and later baptized Lakan Carlos Dula (it was found later by the National Historical Commission that he was not actually baptized and did not changed his name), was the Lakan paramount ruler of the pre-colonial Philippine Kingdom of Tondo when the Spaniards first conquered the lands of the Pasig River delta in the 1570's. His father is Rajah Salalila (Sulayman I) and his mother is Ysmeria. His beloved wife is Mutya and they are blessed with several children. His grandparents are Dayang (Lady) Kalangitan and Gat (Lord) Lontok and his brother is Rajah Matanda (Sulayman II). Rajah Mura or Muda (Sulayman III) and Lakan Banao Dula led a revolt known as the Sulayman Revolt of 1574 in the villages of Navotas, taking advantage of the confusion brought about by the attacks of Chinese pirate Limahong. This is also often referred to as the "Manila revolt" but is sometimes referred to as the "Sulayman Revolt" and the "Lakan Dula Revolt."

PinoyInEurope says:

"http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rajah_Sulayman – the ruler of Manila and Tondo, was a Muslim and a scion of the Bolkiah family that ruled Brunei then and rules it to this day. The grandson of Lakandula, another of the three rulers of Manila, was David Dula y Goiti, also known as David Dulay and had a Spanish mother. He was the first mestizo to revolt against the Spanish."

"My deepest gratitude to Hrh Prince Omar Kiram and His Majesty Sultan Fuad A. Kiram I of the Royal Hashemite Sultanate of Sulu and Sabah for this conferment as one of the Datu(k) of the Royal Dominion."

Message of Hrh Prince Omar Kiram:

"The Hon. Datuk Sir Delmar Topinio Taclibon, KRSS, we wish you and your family and all our beloved members a blessed and prosperous joyful new year. Let us continue our resolve, commitment, dedication, true faith and allegiance to our beloved anointed Sultan Fuad A. Kiram I, to realize our advocacy of Sabah and Spratlys against Malaysia's land grabbing for the benefits of the Tausugs and the Filipinos. God Defend the Right!"

Toti Dulay : "congrats insan Delmar Topinio Taclibon and mabuhay ang Magat Salamat lineage ni Lakan Dula ng Tondo..."

Delmar Topinio Taclibon : "Thank you too Modern Day Grand Patriarch of the Lakan Dula Clan Sir Toti Dulay!"

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Roderick Alain Alvarez: 

"9th cousin's husband's 9th great uncle's wife's 6th great aunt's husband's 16th great grandson. We're that related, insan Toti, pero hindi pa tapos ang Lakan Dula genealogy. Please add as many relatives coz, as head of the Royal House, you know them better."

Toti Dulay: today at 2:36 AM

"Thank you insan Roderick, in the Geni.Com genealogy, we saw na lumabas na yung name nung Juan Reyes Macapagal..ang main concern  na lang natin is paano na connect si Diosdado Macapagal kay Juan Macapagal?"

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Suijul Tasorre 

"Dear Sir Toti, I am very happy to know that you were able to protect the continuity of the Dula lineage....... how I wish na makilala ko kayo....... I'm a fan royalties specially ancient filipino royalty.... the missing link of our history as a nation......."


References

  1. ^ http://www.jattworld.com/portal/modules/mysections/article.php?lid=48
  2. ^ http://www.thebaskerville.com/accommodation-oxfordshire
  3. ^ http://www.geni.com/list?focus_id=6000000010556666213&group=ancestors
  4. ^ "House of Names".
  5. ^ http://www.surnamedb.com/Surname/Deelay
  6. ^ http://www.houseofnames.com/dulay-family-crest
  7. ^ The English Register of Godstow Nunnery Near Oxford |url=http://books.google.com/books?id=WF0qi4bWz4sC&pg=PR34&lpg=PR34&dq=%22Henry+Doylly%22&source=bl&ots=CjU-A1_5GA&sig=IUFVC6VhAYfsemRg8SK-fG32Ieo&hl=en&ei=JcFmTrWTJ4asrAecncH3Cg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=5&ved=0CC4Q6AEwBA#v=onepage&q=%22Henry%20Doylly%22&f=false
  8. ^ http://sites.google.com/site/dulayclan/Home
  9. ^ http://www.jattworld.com/portal/modules/mysections/viewcat.php?cid=8
  10. ^ http://www.enciclopediaespana.com/Rajah_Lakandula.html
  11. ^ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=75tzRgqT_5Y 
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