Person - Imaz Baquedano, José Agustín (1767-1834)

Imaz Baquedano, José Agustín (1767-1834)

Identification

Type:

Person

Preferred form:

Imaz Baquedano, José Agustín (1767-1834)Other forms

Fechas de existencia:

Errenteria (Gipuzkoa, España)  1767-04-23 - Madrid (España)  1834-07-27

History:

Spanish politician and economist.

There is documentary evidence that in October 1797 Imaz Baquedano was administrator of Provincial Revenues of the city and party of Malaga.

Since March 19, 1815, he appears as General Director of Revenue in the Royal Customs. He served temporarily as the Ministry of Finance, after the removal of Garay, exactly from September 14, 1818, to November 3, 1819.

Now dying the Liberal Triennium, he takes over again, temporarily, the Ministry of Finance for a very short period, from January 8 to 11, 1822.

He was a member of the Council of State, a position of which, in 1828, he was already honorary.

Upon the death of Fernando VII, he was appointed once again Minister of Finance, already in property, after Javier de Burgos left the Ministry, and immediately before the Count of Toreno took charge of it, between February 7 and 18 June 1834, the date on which he ceased, suffering from the disease that, a few days later, led him to the tomb.

The year of his death he was a neighbor of the Visitation Street, n. 5 and 6, from Madrid.

He had married in Cádiz on October 17, 1797, with Antonia Arias Saavedra López Chaves, born in San Cristóbal de La Habana (Cuba) on January 18, 1779. He wrote his will in Malaga on September 5, 1806, before José Sánchez de Castilla, the city in which his sons Miguel (May 24, 1802) and Rafael (May 4, 1804) were born, both deputies and knights of the Order of Carlos III; He also had at least two other descendants: María de Concepción and José.

In 1831, José Agustín Imaz was a resident of Madrid, as evidenced by a lawsuit of nobility raised that year to the Royal Court and Chancery of Valladolid and resolved in his favor and that of his children on August 9, 1832. On June 10, 1833, received the Grand Cross of Isabel la Católica. He also received the designation as a hero of the kingdom by the Governor Queen, under the Royal Statute, but he did not swear to the position because he died on July 27, 1834.

On January 26, 1817, he was appointed permanent academic of the Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando.

Liberal Triennium, 1820-1823

Date of the event: 1820 - 1823

 

Occupations

Ministros  Obs.:  Interino y Titular

Places

Lugar de matrimonio:

Cádiz (España) in 1797-10-17

Lugar de Nacimiento:

Errenteria (Gipuzkoa, España) in 1767-04-23

Lugar de Defunción:

Madrid (España) in 1834-07-27

Subjects

sexo:

Varón

Related Authorities

Consejo de Estado (España)  ( Es miembro de )

Associative relations :

Ministerio de Hacienda (España)  ( Es titular de/ es beneficiario de/ es el presidente de )

Orden de Isabel la Católica (España)  ( Se le concede el título de; Gran Cruz )

Real Academia de Bellas Artes de San Fernando (Madrid, España)  ( Es miembro de )

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