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Person - Botella Redondo, Luisa (1890-?)

Botella Redondo, Luisa (1890-?)

Identification

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Person

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Botella Redondo, Luisa (1890-?)Other forms

Dates of existence/Biographical dates:

Madrid (España)  1890-04-23 - desconocida

History:

She was born in Madrid on the 23rd of April 1890. She married the Minorcan military cartographer, Esperantist, theosophist and mason Fernando Redondo Ituarte. She was a housewife and had a daughter in 1916: Luisa Redondo Botella. After the Spanish Civil War, she arrived in Veracruz (Mexico) as an exile on board the French steamboat "Mexique" on the 27th of July 1939 together with her husband, her daughter and her niece, María de la Fuente Hernández. She was helped by the SERE and the CTARE as well as the rest of her family members. Her husband died of a heart attack on the 8th of March 1949 in the City of Mexico. Other bibliographic data are unknown, such as the date and place of her death. It could occur in the City of Mexico or in Cuba, where her daughter moved after the triumph of the Cuban revolution as she was a remarkable Marxist sociologist with a PhD in Sciences and in Philosophy or Social Sciences.

Mexique (barco de vapor)

Description: Expedición que sale de Burdeos y llega a Veracruz en julio de 1939

Date of the event: 1939-07-27

Location associated with the date: Veracruz (México)

 
Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

Date of the event: 1936 - 1939

 

Places

Place of departure:

Burdeos (Gironda, Francia) in 1939-07-13

Place of arrival:

Veracruz (México) in 1939-07-27

Lugar de Nacimiento:

Madrid (España) in 1890-04-23

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Family relationships :

Redondo Ituarte, Fernando (1882-1949)  - Marriage (He/She is married to)

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