Barangay Cubay Ubos...a small barangay found 5 kilometers from the town of Miag-ao. It has 43 houses and 240 population. It is composed of 22 hectares surrounded by land and beside is the Tumagboc River. The water system here is deepwell and farming is the main source of income of the people living in this barangay.
Before, the barangay is called "Moro Bosoy" or "Moro Poldo" of Movillon. People called the place by these names because all the land that surround the barangay was owned Poldo. Poldo is well known haciendero at that time and a well known businessman of woven products like patadyong, mosquito net, pillow case and others.
Before the time of President Marcos, Cubay Ubos is called Sitio Cubay and they have the same fiesta in the month of November. 1960-1964 when Apolinario Nieles became the 1st Teniente del Barrio, he separated Cubay Ubos to Cubay and he proclaimed that this barangay must have its own barangay feast. The fiesta was on October 23, 1960 with the patron saint "Our Lady of the Holy Rosary." Apolonio Nieles is well-known of his water melon at that time so people want him to be a tentiente del Barrio for a long time. During the time of President Marcos he left his position and transfer it to Toribio Nufuar where be became the first Barangay Captain up to 1981. After 1981, Raymundo Fantonalgo became the second Barangay Captain up to 1987. He seated for almost 6 years in the position. Roger Nieles became the first Barangay Captain who voted through Comelec and last for 6 years in the position (1987-1993). After Roger Nieles, Ramon Falle Jr. became the next Barangay Captain and seated for 3 years (1993-1996). From 1997 up to the present, Carlos Nufuar is the Punong Barangay with his 7 kagawads.
Cubay-Ubos is a productive and progressive barangay in the town of Miag-ao. The barangay residents has plenty of palay and very rich and abundant in water supply. In ten years from now, Barangay Cubay Ubos will be a small kingdom where people live happily. Now, we're planning to have a fly-over or bridge from Cubay-Ubos to Dawog. Maybe some agency of the local government can help the people of the barangay and to make the dream possible and through our efforts we can make this. So, that we can easily transport our products and can have a sand and gravel business.
|Carlos Nufuar||Punong Barangay|
|Ramon Falle III||SK Chairman|
|Florentina Momblan||Barangay Secretary|
|Ninfa Feniza||Barangay Treasurer|
|Open Space||1/2 has|
|Other uses||1/4 has|
|Number of transportation available in the barangay||Tricycle 1, Private cars 2, Motorcycle 1, Bicycle 5|
|Number of male||90|
|Number of female||110|
|Number of youths||38|
|Number of households||45|
|Number of houses||40|
|List of sports facilities||Basketball court|
|Number of college students||5|
|Number of high school students||12|
|Number of elementary pupils||20|
|Number of pre-schoolers||8|
|Prevailing religion||Roman Catholic|
|Other religious sectors present in the barangay||Protestant, Iglesia ni Kristo|
|Number of Houses with Electricity||40|
|Number of Houses without Electricity||5|
|Presence of road and estimated length||Barangay road from Tan-agan to Cubay-Ubos 1/2 kilometer|
|Number of Communication Facilities||cellphones 10, telephones 2|
|Number of Water Supply System||Jetmatic pump 38, Deepwell 15|
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