Person - Navascués González, María (1886-1959)

Navascués González, María (1886-1959)

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Person

Preferred form:

Navascués González, María (1886-1959)Other forms

Dates of existence/Biographical dates:

Manila (Luzón, Filipinas)  1886-08-22 - Ciudad de México (México)  1959-03-03 (.)

History:

She was the daughter of the General of the Infantry Felipe Navascués Garayoa and his wife, Marina González de Arlegui. She was born in Manila due to her first father's destination in Philippines. He was at the head of the first corps of the Civil Guard there.

She married Manuel Medina García, a military veterinarian from Toledo. She lived in Ceuta where her husband was posted. They had three of their daughters there: África and Angelita, the first two female veterinarians graduated in Mexico, and Carmen. They had their two younger daughters in Madrid: Esperanza and Teresa. She supported her husband's professional and social projects such as the creation of the College for Veterinarian's Orphans. She was evacuated together with her daughters in France and, then, she went into exile in Mexico with her husband, a solider loyal to the Republic's army. She died in early March 1959 in Mexico.

Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

Date of the event: 1936 - 1939

 

Places

Domicile:

Ceuta (España)

Lugar de Nacimiento:

Manila (Luzón, Filipinas) in 1886-08-22

Lugar de Defunción:

Ciudad de México (México) in 1959-03-03

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Family relationships :

Medina García, Manuel (1887-1961)  - Marriage (He/She is married to)

Fernández de Villegas Niño, Jorge (1920-2002)  - Collateral (He/She is the father-in-law/mother-in-law of)

Medina Navascués, África (1915-2005)  - Progenitor (She is the mother of)

Medina Navascués, Carmen (1919-?)  - Progenitor (She is the mother of)

Medina Navascués, Esperanza (1922-2012)  - Progenitor (She is the mother of)

Medina Navascués, María de los Ángeles (1917- )  - Progenitor (She is the mother of)

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