Barangay Marabulig 1, Cauayan City, Isabela was part of barangay Nagrumbuan, Cauayan City, Isabela on the early part of the 1930s related by the three living homestead the petitioners 3s old man at their late nineteen thirty were Mr. Juan Idmilao, Mr Tomas Aquino, and Mr. Marcelino Legaspi. These three living, petitioner presented their little certification of ownership prove that Marabulig I was then a part of Nagrumbuan Cauayan City, Isabela.
By the year 1935 as related by this living witness a group of homesteaders filed a petition to the Municipal Council of Cauayan, Isabela that this part of barrio Nagrumbuan shall be separated from this barrio. On the year 1936 a year petition the municipal council favourable acted on the resolution of the petitioners these then the birth of barrio Marabulig I.
The first barrio Officials were then the head petitioner Mr. Monico Garcia then the Teniente Del Barrio as head of the barrio assisted by Vice Luis Mariano, Mr Isidro Nera.
As the secretary and Mr. Salvador Quire as the treasurer all the above named officials were now deceased.
Before the outbreak of the Second World War II more homesteads from the Ilocos Region, Tarlac, and Nueva Ecija province the homestead population grow tremendously then area on the south named after Marabulig II.
Marabulig I, Cauayan City, Isabela was located west of Cauayan City, Isabela Lies 5 kilometers away from the heart of the town proper. Plain topography a rice producing Barangay fully irrigated. Bounded bounded on the east by barrio San Fermin on the west barrio Minante I, on the south barrio Marabulig II and on the north Marabulig creek
As related further by the living petitioners the running water on the creek of Marabulig I, Cauayan City, Isabela was cool, it was called as the fishnet in IIocano. The "BULIG" or the mudfish was abundant along the creek. The homesteaders' petitioners adopt its name as "MARABULIG" after the treasures and its climate this is new Marabulig I, come into a barrio within the locality of Cauayan City, Isabela.
Land Area: 5,799,665 Sq. M.
Population: 2,739 (Population 2005 Survey)
Distance: 3.50 Kilometers
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