Long, long time ago, Barangay Anislagan was mostly inhabited by natives whose chieftain was named PESING VALENTIN. ANISLAGAN, which was derived from the tree named Anislag, was named by the natives because Anislag trees were prominent at that time. A creek was named KATIAN, from the native word KATI, because water only flowed during rainy season.

Anislagan first became a sitio (part of a barangay) in Barangay Manat and because of the performance of the great leaders at that time, Barangay Anislagan was created last October 20, 1972 under Republic Act No. 3590.

THE GREAT LEADERS:

  1. Late Eleuterio Kudera
  2. Late Meliton Sedra
  3. Late Hilario Pilones Sr.
  4. Late Salvador Polinio
  5. Late Buenaventura Pilones

Plants seen are the major agricultural products like coffee, banana, corn, abaca, coconut, and hard wood.

There are 5 mountains (4 farm production and 1 Sayawan/farm production), 7 streams, 6 wells, and 3 waterfalls.

 

Barangay Officials (2013-2016)

Barangay Captain:

Hon. Leopoldo B. Lamisajan

Barangay Councilors: 

Hon. Angelina L. Lamisajan

Hon. Lito T. Pilones

Hon. Fernando M. Jagolina

Hon. Rolando S. Egido

Hon. Virgil N. Galagala

Hon. Laurencia C. Camisa

Hon. Kristian P. Kudera

IPMR:

Hon. Jennyrose M. Maluca

Barangay Secretary:

Ms. Chona G. Polinio

Barangay Treasurer:

Ms. Sherilyn S. Polinio