Person - Munive Mozo, José Francisco (1746-?)

Munive Mozo, José Francisco (1746-?)




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Munive Mozo, José Francisco (1746-?)

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Santa Marta (Magdalena, Colombia)  1746 - desconocida


He was a military and a government representative. He was the son of Salvador Munive and Maria Mozo. He was an ensign of militias, alderman and mayor of Santa Marta. He married Manuela Mozo de la Torre with whom he had two daughters. He was promoted to lieutenant governor of Santa Marta; he was also appointed head of the Royal Accounting Offices of Riohacha, lieutenant governor and war auditor of Cartagena de Indias and lieutenant governor of the volunteer infantry regiment of Santa Marta. He was imprisoned for some months after the loss of the Santa Marta square to the rebels Manuel Rivera and Pablo Martí, although the charges of disloyalty were finally dropped.

In 1810 he was appointed Government Representative of Santa Marta, although he did not accept the position, so he never travelled to the Iberian Peninsula.

Cortes de Cádiz, 1810-1813

Date of the event: 1810 - 1813



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

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