In 1876, Sumay was still considered a sub-division of Agat. The two officials in Sumay reported to the major civil authority in Agat.
These Chamorro officials were appointed by the Spanish Governor, after a consultative vote by the village elite was taken. The parish priest also sent in his comments about the candidates.
Gobernadorcillo, or village head
Jose LEON GUERRERO
Juan de la CRUZ
Juez de Sementeras y Ganados (an agricultural officer)
Antonio LEON GUERRERO
Alguacil (warden or peace officer)
In Sumay, there was
Teniente (second-in-command for Sumay)
Alguacil (of Sumay)
What I notice in this list is the absence of the indigenous Hågat names like Babauta, Aquiningoc, Nededog. The Hispanic names reflect families originally from Hagåtña who moved down to Hågat in later years.
In Sumay, the whole village was made up of former Hagåtña residents, and a handful of former Hågat villagers.