Saturio Verde Miguel

Brief Life History of Saturio

When Saturio Verde Miguel was born on 2 October 1768, in Medina de Rioseco, Valladolid, Castilla y León, Spain, his father, Francisco Agustin Verde Cañizo, was 35 and his mother, Rosa Maria Miguel Fernandez, was 33. He married Josefa Manuela Martinez Garcia in 1793, in San José de Mayo, San José, Uruguay. They were the parents of at least 2 sons and 6 daughters. He died in San José de Mayo, San José, Uruguay.

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Family Time Line

Saturio Verde Miguel
1768–
Josefa Manuela Martinez Garcia
1772–
Marriage: 1793
Angel José Verde Martínez
1800–
Petrona Verde Martínez
1803–
Maria Del Carmen Verde
1807–
Eulogia Verde
1810–
Teresa Verde Martínez
1812–
Teresa Verde- Martinez
1816–1890
Nicolasa Verde
1818–
Feliciano Ramon Verde Martinez
1821–

Sources (25)

  • Don Curro, "Uruguay, registros parroquiales, 1726-2000"
  • Turio Verde in entry for Nicola Martínez, "Uruguay, Catholic Church Records, 1726-2000"
  • Turio Verde in entry for Feliciano Ramón Martínez, "Uruguay, Catholic Church Records, 1726-2000"

World Events (6)

1808

French forces led by Napoleon conquered Spain but the Spanish regained control in 1814.

1825

A group of Uruguayan patriots revolt against Brazil. Argentina supported the patriots in their fight against Brazil.

1830

Uruguay adopted its first constitution and Jose Fructuoso Rivera became the first president.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Francisco, Fernando, Gerardo, Jose, Juan, Manuel, Mario, Rafael, Agustin, Alberto, Alina, Amalia. Italian Antonio, Salvatore, Angelo, Antimo, Heriberto, Aniello, Carlo, Carmine, Caesar, Ciro, Dino, Eliseo.

Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese: from verde ‘green’ (from Latin viridis), used as a nickname for someone who habitually dressed in this color or had green eyes, and, in Italy, also as a medieval personal name. Compare Laverde and Lo Verde .

Spanish: in some cases, a habitational name from any of the places called Verde, for example in A Coruña (Galicia).

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

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