Bacilio Escobar Martines

June 1815–22 January 1894 (Age 78)
Calvillo, Aguascalientes, Mexico

The Life Summary of Bacilio

When Bacilio Escobar Martines was born in June 1815, in Calvillo, Aguascalientes, Mexico, his father, Jose Antonio Escobar Becerra, was 20 and his mother, Maria Luiza Martinez Rubio, was 24. He married María Prima Feliciana Escalera Dias on 30 April 1836, in Calvillo, Aguascalientes, Mexico. They were the parents of at least 7 sons and 6 daughters. He died on 22 January 1894, in El Refugio, Jalisco, Mexico, at the age of 78.

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Family Time Line

Bacilio Escobar Martines
1815–1894
María Prima Feliciana Escalera Dias
1818–1901
Marriage: 30 April 1836
Refugio Escobar Escalera
1837–1922
Pedro Escobar Escalera
1837–
Andrea Escobar Escalera
1839–
Felis Escobar Escalera
1842–
Maria De Los Dolores Escobar Escalera
1842–
Vicente Escobar Escalera
1843–1887
Apolinario Escobar Escalera
1844–
Marcos Escobar Escalera
1845–
Monica Escobar Escalera
1849–
Cornelia Escobar Escalera
1852–
Juan Franco. Escovar Escalera
1854–
María Ysabel Escobar Escalera
1857–
Sipriana Escovar Escalera
1859–

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World Events (8)

1821
Age 6
Colonization grant given to Moses Austin to settle Texas. Plan of Iguala proclaims Mexican independence. Augustín de Iturbide and Spanish envoy sign Treaty of Córdoba recognizing Mexico's independence. treaty not honored by Spanish government, however.
1822
Age 7
Army of the Three Guarantees occupies Mexico City under Iturbide's command. Iturbide becomes emperor of Mexico as Agustín I. Iturbide deposed, and republic proclaimed by Antonio López de Santa Anna Pérez de Lebrón.
1837
Age 22
Anastasio Bustamante becomes president, initiating a process of centralization.

Name Meaning

Spanish: topographic name for someone who lived in a place overgrown with broom, from a collective form of escoba ‘broom’ (Late Latin scopa), or a habitational name from any of the various places named with this word: for example, Escobar de Campos (León), Escobar de Polendos (Segovia), and three minor places in Murcia.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

Sources (28)

  • Je Bacilio Escobar Martines, "Mexico, Aguascalientes, Catholic Church Records, 1601-1962"
  • Basilio Escobar, "Mexico, Aguascalientes, Catholic Church Records, 1601-1962"
  • Cecilio Escovar en el registro de Silberio Rodriguez Martinez y Cipriana Escovar, "México, Zacatecas, Registro Civil, 1860-2000"

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