Person - Ferrer Amat, Joaquín (1773-1833)

Ferrer Amat, Joaquín (1773-1833)




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Fechas de existencia:

Huécija (Almería, España)  1773 - Vélez-Málaga (Málaga, España)  1833


Spanish military engineer.

In 1790, he becomes a cadet in the Volunteer Cavalry Regiment. In 1793, he is promoted to Engineer Adjutant Second Lieutenant. In 1795, he is deployed in Girona, as Assistant Engineer under the orders of Manuel Llobet. He studied Mathematics in the Academy of Zamora.

He is deployed in New Spain in 1804, but he was unable to go because of the war with England. First Captain of Engineers, he is given permission to marry to Ana María Escobar Zaborio in 1804. In 1811, he is promoted to Engineer's Colonel. On 28 July 1815, he is appointed Provincial Colonel of Chinchilla, in which city he swore the Constitution on 14 March 1820. In 1821, he is entrusted with the Military canton of Elche. Between 1822 and 1823, he was the Colonel of Malaga's Regiment of the National Militia, and on September 1823 he recognizes the sovereignty of King Ferdinand VII. He was purified on 17 December 1826. He died in Vélez-Málaga in 1833.

Liberal Triennium, 1820-1823

Date of the event: 1820 - 1823



Profesión (Es realizada por):

Ingenieros militares

(Función) Desempeña/lleva a cabo/realiza:

Tenientes coroneles


Lugar de Nacimiento:

Huécija (Almería, España) in 1773

Lugar de Defunción:

Vélez-Málaga (Málaga, España) in 1833




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