Maria Rosa Urbina Diaz

1754–
San Felipe, Aconcagua, Chile

The Life of Maria Rosa

Maria Rosa Urbina Diaz was born in 1754, in San Felipe, Aconcagua, Chile as the daughter of Pascual Urbina Quijano and Manuela Diaz. She married Antonio Polinardo Figueroa Flores on 14 February 1770, in Aconcagua, Chile. They were the parents of at least 6 sons and 5 daughters.

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Family Time Line

Antonio Polinardo Figueroa Flores
1743–
Maria Rosa Urbina Diaz
1754–
Marriage: 14 February 1770
Juan Figueroa Urbina
1774–
José Tadeo Figueroa Urbina
1775–
Joseph Antonio Figueroa Urbina
1778–1839
Juana Figueroa Urbina
1787–
José Jerónimo Figueroa Urbina
1777–
Patricio Figueroa Urbina
1779–1849
Cayetano Figueroa Urbina
1784–
Trancito Figueroa Urbina
1785–1856
Maria Manuela de los Dolores Figueroa Urbina
1786–
María del Transito Figueroa Urbina
1787–
Maria Dolores Figueroa Urbina
1794–1840

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
14 February 1770
Aconcagua, Chile
children

(11)

    Juan Figueroa Urbina

    Male1774–Male

    José Tadeo Figueroa Urbina

    Male1775–Male

    José Jerónimo Figueroa Urbina

    Male1777–Male

    Joseph Antonio Figueroa Urbina

    Male1778–1839Male

    Patricio Figueroa Urbina

    Male1779–1849Male

+6 More Children

Parents and Siblings

siblings

(8)

    Juan Urbina Diaz

    Male1737–Male

    Santiago Urbina Díaz

    Male1739–Male

    Cristobal Santiago Urbina Diaz

    Male1742–Male

    Juan Blas Urbina Diaz

    Male1744–Male

    Rufino Urbina Diaz

    Male1750–Male

+3 More Children

World Events (6)

1759

Age 5

Bourbon reforms give Chile greater independence. Chile gains more independence from the Viceroyalty of Peru.
1791

Age 37

Encomiendas and forced labor are outlawed. Governor Ambrosio O'Higgins y Ballenary bans certain labor practices involving native workers.
1810

Age 56

Criollo leaders of Santiago declare independence from Spain.

Name Meaning

Basque: habitational name from Urbina in Araba province, Basque Country, or a topographic name probably for someone who lived near a confluence, from Basque ur- ‘water’ + bi ‘two’.

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

Sources (3)

  • Rosa Urvina en el registro de Jorge Baes y Maria Dolores Figueroa, "Chile, matrimonios, 1579-1930"
  • Rosa Urbina en el registro de Thadeo Figueroa y Catalina Fernandes, "Chile, matrimonios, 1579-1930"
  • Rosa Urbina en el registro de Jose Antonio Figueroa y Maria De Jesus Muñoz, "Chile, matrimonios, 1579-1930"

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