Families more or less traced back to their earliest persons:
Alcorcon, Alcordo, Alcoseba, Alcudia, Alcuetas, Aldave, Aldemita, Alega, Alegrado, Alegueojo, Aleonar, Alerre, Alesna, Alfafara, Avila, Barabas, Baracao, Barangan, Barateria, Barcelo, Barcelos, Barcenas, Barcenilla, Bardenas, Bareng, Barga, Bargayo, Caballero, Campanilla, Campañon, Canaya, Canencia, Catao, Del Corro, Emnace, Emnacen, Empleo, Galicano, Gascon, Gemperoso, Laorden, Laoronal, Leporgo, Llamas, Mancao, Navarra, Navasca, Navatilana, Noel, Nuñez, Oasaoas, Oatin, Pananganan, Panidar, Paningesoro, Paraz, Poncardas, Porcia, Powao, Quilario, Rayla, Regis, Renijani, Renopal, Sagolili, Sarmiento, Satot, Saucejo, Sedon, Siacor, Silva, Tagimacruz, Tangarorang, Taning, Tenchavez, Tenieblas, Umbay, Velez, Villarosa, Ybañez, Ybesa.
I am using the “original” spellings of the surnames.
Many other families have loose lines that I have not been able to connect to each other. Even with the families above, many still have loose lines, too. I made a timeline for each, based on baptism, marriage or burials record to estimate to which generation each starting person in a loose line may have belonged. That’s why the work is never done.