Barangay Lacadon before the World War II is only a small sitio of Barangay San Rafael. It was then known as Hacienda Marga because of Muscovados Sugar Mill there owned by Margarita Fortaliza and was administered by Pablo Fandiņola, a sub-teniente.
After the World War II it was made into a barrio headed by Luis Naquita until he was succeeded by Elias Frigillano (1960-1967). In 1972 to 1979 it was headed by Barangay Captain Bruno Fandiņola. In 1980-1989 this place was headed by Punong Barangay Agustin Frigillano. He was succeeded by Barangay Captain Gil Sanguellas. In 1992 Sanguellas resigned and OIC Agustin Frigillano assumed office. In 1994-1997 Punong Barangay Violeta Sibonga headed the barangay. Then in 1997-2002, the Punong Barangay was PB Heber Frigillano. At present, the incumbent Punong Barangay is PB Violeta Sibonga.
Barangay Lacadon is 9.5 kilometers away from the Poblacion. It is near the boundary of Miag-ao and San Joaquin and 2 kilometers away from San Rafael. It was divided into three purok namely one, two, three. It has a population of 614 and 104 scattered houses. Government owned properties existing are barangay plaza, barangay hall, stage and multi-purpose hall, standing on the lot donated by the Nielo family. There's also waiting shed and tanod outpost. The barangay celebrates its patronal fiesta in honor of its patron Seņor Sto. Niņo every January 26.
The barangay to be the cleanest and greenest with its people living harmoniously, prosperous and God-centered.
|Violeta Sibonga||Punong Barangay|
|Jonna Sevilleno||SK Chairman|
|Lolita Sanguellas||Barangay Secretary|
|Pamposa Sevilleno||Barangay Treasurer|
|Number of transportation available in the barangay||Tricycle 2, Motorcycle 2|
|Number of male||287|
|Number of female||330|
|Number of youths||60|
|Number of households||104|
|Number of houses||104|
|List of sports facilities||barangay plaza|
|Number of college students||7|
|Number of high school students||80|
|Number of elementary pupils||80|
|Prevailing religion||Roman Catholic|
|Number of Houses with Electricity||58|
|Number of Houses without Electricity||57|
|Number of Communication Facilities||cellphones 13, Handheld radios 2|
|Number of Water Supply System||Jetmatic pump 16, Deepwell 12, Spring Water 2|
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