Manuela Beatriz Abaria y Arboleda

–1818
Buga, Valle del Cauca, Colombia

The Life of Manuela Beatriz

Manuela Beatriz Abaria y Arboleda was born in Buga, Valle del Cauca, Colombia as the daughter of Manuel Avaría y Arce and Maria Rosa Arboleda y Gil del Valle. She married José Antonio Núñez Moya about 1764, in Buga, Valle del Cauca, Colombia. They were the parents of at least 5 sons and 5 daughters. She died in 1818, in her hometown.

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Family Time Line

José Antonio Núñez Moya
1740–
Manuela Beatriz Abaria y Arboleda
–1818
Marriage: about 1764
María Núñez Avaría
1760–
Ana Joaquina Nuñez Abaria
1764–
Fernando Nuñez Abaria
1769–
José Antonio Núñez Abarca
1770–
Francisco Núñez Avaría
1771–
Joaquin Nuñez Abaria
1771–
Miguel Núñez Avaría
1775–
Maria Josefa Núñez Avaría
1777–
Francisca Núñez Avaría
1779–
María Isabel Núñez Avaría
1780–

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
about 1764
Buga, Valle del Cauca, Colombia
children

(10)

    María Núñez Avaría

    Female1760–Female

    Ana Joaquina Nuñez Abaria

    Female1764–Female

    Fernando Nuñez Abaria

    Male1769–Male

    José Antonio Núñez Abarca

    Male1770–Male

    Male1771–Male

+5 More Children

Parents and Siblings

siblings

(8)

    Francisco Javier Abaria Arboleda

    Male1744–Male

    Fernando Abaria Arboleda

    Male1750–Male

    Male1750–Male

    Female1752–Female

    María Cayetana Abaria Arboleda

    Female1753–Female

+3 More Children

World Events (4)

1700

Spanish colonies around Colombia are combined into one large colony. The new colony is called the Viceroyalty of New Granada.
1718

Bogota becomes the capital of the Spanish vice-royalty of Nueva Granada. Nueva Granada also rules Ecuador and Venezuela.
1810

The King of Spain is overthrown by Napoleon.

Name Meaning

Basque, Spanish, and Aragonese:1. formerly most common in the Basque country and in Aragon, this name is generally assumed to be from abarca ‘sandal’ (Basque abarka), which refers to the traditional Basque peasant sandal or moccasin made of uncured leather. In the past this word was also applied to footwear made from wooden materials, and is probably derived from Basque abar ‘branch’, ‘twig’. Some scholars, however, think that abarka is an old topographic term referring to a grove of holm oaks or kermes oaks. 2. habitational name from the village of Abarca in the province of Palencia.

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