Person - Campuzano Marentes, Joaquín Francisco (1785-1860)

Campuzano Marentes, Joaquín Francisco (1785-1860)




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Fechas de existencia:

Madrid (España)  1785-04-08 - Madrid (España)  1860


Spanish diplomat and politician. Son of Francisco María Campuzano y Salazar, knight of Carlos III (1798) and Ana Marentes de Bebián, he was included to the Spanish Ministry of Saxony and Hague in 1803, before being promoted secretary of the Ministry of Russia. He was a member of the party of the Junta and after a quick stay in Austria, he returned to Spain to serve in the Center Army as an infantry captain. Then he was appointed an officer in the first Secretary of State, a Knight of Carlos III, Secretary of the Embassy in London, Senior Officer of the First Secretary of State and the spaniish Minister in Saxony. Returned to Spain he dedicated his life to politics and was elected a congressman to the Cortes for Barcelona (1839) and Seville (1840).

Being a senator for Alicante, later he obtained the position of president of the Junta where he established the boarders of the frontiere with France. During those years he published many works related to political science and agricultural economics. In 1825 he married Emma Francisca Manuela Brochowska, and he died in 1860.


Lugar de Nacimiento:

Madrid (España) in 1785-04-08

Lugar de Defunción:

Madrid (España) in 1860


Gil Novales, Alberto. Diccionario biográfico de España (1808-1833): de los orígenes del liberalismo a la reacción absolutista. Alberto Gil Novales. Madrid: Fundación Mapfre. 3 v. (3406 p.). 978-84-9844-236-6 (Vol. 1).

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