Henson-Hizon House

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Henson-Hizon House

The Henson-Hizon House is a heritage house in the City of San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines. This bahay-na-bato of the Spanish colonial period was declared a Heritage House by the National Historical Institute on 27 January 2003 by virtue of Resolution No. 3, S. 2003.


The house was built by the Saturnino Henson y David, gobernadorcillo of San Fernando from 1882-1883 and 1896 and the first tesorero municipal (municipal treasurer) from 1900-1902, and his wife Maria Lacson. It was inherited by their eldest daughter Juana Henson y Lacson who was married to Florentino Hizon. It was then inherited by their son Vicente Hizon y Henson who was married to Concepcion Dizon y Dayrit, then inherited by their son Vicente Hizon y Dizon who was married to Anastacia de los Reyes. The house was purchased by the couple Pablo Panlilio y Dayrit and Dolores Argüelles.

Coordinates: 15°01′34″N 120°41′24″E / 15.0262°N 120.6901°E / 15.0262; 120.6901