Person - Vergara Guillén, José Antonio (1768-?)

Vergara Guillén, José Antonio (1768-?)

Identification

Type:

Person

Preferred form:

Vergara Guillén, José Antonio (1768-?)Other forms

Dates of existence/Biographical dates:

Lima (Perú)  1768 - desconocida

History:

He was a priest, lawyer and government representative. He studied at the Conciliar Seminary of Santo Toribio, receiving a Bachelor's degree in Sacred Canons in June 1790. He studied law at the University of San Marcos in Lima, becoming an attorney in September 1799.

He served as a priest of the Yapo's doctrine in Conchucos and in 1806 he was transferred to the parish of Santa María del Valle in Huánuco, where he continued his work in 1812 during the outbreak of the indigenous revolution of Panatahuas, Huamalíes and Huánuco, being summoned on February 26, 1812 to a meeting to elect a board to govern the city in order to pacify the area.

He was elected government representative of the city of Huánuco in 1810; however, his election was annulled because he was not a native of the region. Therefore, the Huanuco City Council called a second election and Domingo Alcaraz Aguado was elected to replace him in October 1810.

Cortes de Cádiz, 1810-1813

Date of the event: 1810 - 1813

 

Occupations

(Function) He/She carries out/ perform:

Legislators in  Perú (virreinato, jurisdicción antigua)

Places

Lugar de Nacimiento:

Lima (Perú) in 1768

Subjects

Gender:

Varón

Sources

Diccionario biográfico de parlamentarios españoles. [Madrid]: Cortes Generales, Servicios de Publicaciones. 1 disco (CD-ROM). 978-84-7943-386-4 .

Related Authorities

Universidad de San Marcos (Lima, Perú)  ( Graduado en Derecho en septiembre de 1799 )

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