Marqués de Miraflores
Person - Pando Fernández de Pinedo, Manuel (1792-1872)

Pando Fernández de Pinedo, Manuel (1792-1872)




Preferred form:

Pando Fernández de Pinedo, Manuel (1792-1872)Other forms

Fechas de existencia:

Madrid (España)  1792-12-23 - Madrid (España)  1872-02-20


Spanish politician, diplomatic and writer. 2nd marquis of Miraflores, 6th Count of Villapaterna and 2nd Count of Floridablanca.

Son of Carlos Pando Álava, 3rd Count of Villapaterna and 1st marquis of Miraflores, and Soledad Fernández de Pinedo González de Quijano. His family had been involved in the development of the Peninsular War.

He married Vicenta Moñino Pontejos, 2nd Countess of Floridablanca and 6th Marchioness of Pontejos, in 1814. Vicenta was the niece of the 1st Count of Floridablanca, José Moñino, the daughter of his brother Francisco Moñino.

He was the member of the National Militias during the Trienio Liberal (Liberal Triennium) (1820-1823), and that is why he had to go into exile to Paris after the triumph of the Hundred Thousand Sons of Saint Louis expedition. He negotiated the Treaty of the Quadruple Alliance.

He returned to Spain in 1825. When Ferdinand VII got ill in 1832, he supported the Queen María Cristina to defend the succession rights of the Queen's daughter Isabel, underage.

In 1834, he was appointed ambassador of London, senator of Barcelona, ambassador of Paris and also the ambassador of Rome in the presence of the Pope Pio IX.

When his wife died in 1867, all her titles and goods were inherited by her daughter Carolina Pando Moñino. The couple had another daughter named Francisca Pando Moñino, who was the 3rd Marchioness of Miraflores.

He was the knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece, Grand Cross of the Order of Charles III, French Honour Legion and the Portuguese Order of Christ. Moreover, he was a Member of the Royal History Academy. He died in Madrid, in 1872 at the age of 79.

As a historian he was the author of Memorias del reinado de Isabel II, his autobiography and the history of the revolution from 1820 to 1823, among others.

Liberal Triennium, 1820-1823

Date of the event: 1820 - 1823



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Lugar de Nacimiento:

Madrid (España) in 1792-12-23

Lugar de Defunción:

Madrid (España) in 1872-02-20




Related Authorities

Académico de la Real Academia de la Historia  ( Ocupa /Ejerce de )

Associative relations :

Bravo Murillo, Juan (1803-1873)  ( Es miembro del gobierno de )

Orden de Carlos III  ( Es miembro de )

Orden del Toisón de Oro  ( Es miembro de )

Peña Aguayo, José (1801-1853)  ( Tiene como miembro a )

Family relationships :

Moñino Redondo, Francisco (1742-1808)  - Collateral (Es yerno/nuera de)

Pando Fernández de Pinedo, María Pilar (1792-1852)  - Collateral (Es hermano/a de)

Pando Álava Dávila, Carlos Francisco (1764-1830)  - Descendant (Es hijo/a de)

Pinedo González de Quijano, Maria de la Soledad (1764-?)  - Descendant (Es hijo/a de)

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External Links

Biografía virtual:

Diccionario biográfico RAH

Recurso web:

Pagina web del Senado

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Fichero de Autoridades:

Biblioteca Nacional de España