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Person - Aguado Merino, Crescenciano (1893-1979)

Aguado Merino, Crescenciano (1893-1979)




Preferred form:

Aguado Merino, Crescenciano (1893-1979)

Fechas de existencia:

Autilla del Pino (Palencia, España)  1893-09-14 - Madrid (España)  1979-01-25


Spanish lawyer, politician and lecturer, exiled. In 1915, he graduated in Law. He passed the Notary Public and Property Registrar entrance exams in 1918, so he started to work as a registrar in Ágreda (Soria), Alfaro (Logroño) and some other cities until 1936. Aguado joined the Socialist Association of Madrid in 1930. A year later, he started out in Freemasonry with the symbolic pseudonym "Marx". He belonged to the lodge "Concordia nº14" of Madrid.

Elected deputy of Palencia in the 1933 general elections, Aguado belonged to "La Comisión", a commission set up in 1932 to investigate the wheat imports. He stood again as a representative of Palencia in 1936. However, this time he was not elected. During the Spanish Civil War, Aguado was the Director-General of Public Incomes and the Secretary of the Management Board at the Ministry of Finance. He also headed the Socialist Group of Barcelona.

When the Civil War ended, he was exiled to Perpignan (France). Aguado arrived to Mexico aboard the "Sinaia" on 13th June 1939 with two minor children, Gonzalo Boldé Aguado and José Manuel Isubi Garmendiourrutia (11 and 8 years-old respectively). There he worked as a teacher at the "Ruíz de Alarcón" Hispanic-Mexican Institute until 1956, when he came back to Spain. Aguado died in Madrid, being buried on 25th January 1979.

Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

Date of the event: 1936 - 1939

República Española, 1931-1939

Description: Diputado por Palencia (1933), (durante la Guerra)Director General de Rentas Públicas y Secretario del Consejo de Dirección del Ministerio de Hacienda.



Diputados  Obs.:  Por Palencia

Profesores  Obs.:  de Derecho


Lugar de Residencia:

Ágreda (Soria, España) between 1918 and 1936 Obs.:  Registrador de la Propiedad

Lugar de Residencia:

Perpiñán (Pirineos Orientales, Francia) in 1939

Lugar de Residencia:

Alfaro (La Rioja, España) between 1918 and 1936

Lugar de Llegada:

Veracruz (México)

Lugar de Residencia:

Ciudad de México (México) between 1939 and 1956

Lugar de Nacimiento:

Autilla del Pino (Palencia, España) in 1893-09-14

Lugar de Defunción:

Madrid (España) in 1979-01-25




Related Authorities

Ministerio de Hacienda y Economía (España, 1937-1939)  ( Es empleado en/trabaja en )

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External Links

Diccionario Biográfico del PSOE:

Fundación Pablo Iglesias. Archivo

Lista de pasajeros exiliados. Vapor Sinaia:

Fundación Pablo Iglesias. Archivo


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  • Archivo Histórico Nacional  (1)