In the past, the town of Siruma was believed to be originally established by the Franciscans  Missionaries  who acted as Local Mission Administrator, at a place commonly was called “TAKAL” , now a sitio of  barangay Poblacion, due to its geographical location which was very open for the maurauding Moro pirates, as it faces the Pacific Ocean, town was transferred to Boboan.

This place now a barrio or barangay, hold the distinction in Siruma’s political annals as the incipient of the American tutelage. Unfortunately, a very strong typhoon struck  the place, causing great damage on the life and properties of the residents. To avoid similar thing to happen in the future, local officials decided to transfer the town to its present site in Poblacion.