Person - Oliete, Vicenta ( ?-ca.1827)

Oliete, Vicenta ( ?-ca.1827)

Identification

Type:

Person

Preferred form:

Oliete, Vicenta ( ?-ca.1827)

Fechas de existencia:

desconocida - 1827

History:

President of the Junta Patriótica de Damas (Patriotic Ladies' Board). Maid of the presbyter Joaquín Romero Cansino. When he died in 1815, she became part of the service of Juan Romero Alpuente as housekeeper. She married Ramón Araoz. After the Trienio Liberal (Liberal Triennium) she was arrested in Toledo and imprisoned in Valencia. She was able to escape from there and went to London from Gibraltar. Once in London, due to having led a low income life, she acted as an informant of the Spanish Embassy offering news about the movements of the Spanish exiles. Her goal was to create a safe-conduct, so she could return to the Peninsula. In 1827, she was in Lisbon for a short time, but she returned later on.

Liberal Triennium, 1820-1823

Date of the event: 1820 - 1823

 

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Prisionero en:

València (España)

Subjects

sexo:

Mujer

Related Authorities

Romero Alpuente, Juan (1762-1835)  ( Colabora con )

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