Pedro Asunción Santos

Brief Life History of Pedro Asunción

Pedro Asunción Santos was born in 1860, in San Juan Diquiyu, Heroica Villa Tezoatlán de Segura y Luna Cuna de la Independencia de Oaxaca, Oaxaca, Mexico as the son of Cesareo Santos and Ines Morales. He married Petra Ignacia Reyes in Los Zavala, San Pedro Tapanatepec, Oaxaca, Mexico. They were the parents of at least 3 sons and 6 daughters. He died in his hometown.

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Pedro Asunción Santos
Petra Ignacia Reyes
Ma. Franca. del Rosario Santos
Tomas Santos Reyes
Agripina Santos Reyes
Maria Paula Santos Reyes
Cipriana Santos Reyes
Basilio Ysidoro Santos Reyes
Crispina Santos
Felipe Santos Reyes
Marcelina Santos Reyes

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  • Birth and baptism record of Rufina Francisca Lopez:Mexico, Oaxaca, Catholic Church Records, 1559-1988 Tezoatlán de Segura y Luna San Juan Bautista Bautismos 1922-1933, image 481 of 685.
  • Marriage record of Serafin Martinez and Maria Paula: Mexico, Oaxaca, Catholic Church Records, 1559-1988 Tezoatlán de Segura y Luna San Juan Bautista Matrimonios 1914-1939, 271 of 558.
  • Pedro Santos, "México, Oaxaca, registros parroquiales y diocesanos, 1559-1988"

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Moratorium on foreign debt payments. Tripartite agreement for intervention signed by Britain, France, and Spain.


French forces march on capital but suffer defeat at Puebla.

1891 · The Garza Revolution

The Garza Revolution was a conflict fought between the residents of Coahuila and Texas. It began when a campaign to start an uprising against Porfirio Diaz. Even though it was a minor conflict, it is seen as a precursor to the Mexican Revolution.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Jose, Manuel, Carlos, Juan, Francisco, Luis, Mario, Pedro, Roberto, Jesus, Ramon, Miguel. Portuguese Joao, Paulo, Joaquim, Agostinho, Amadeu, Henrique, Marcio, Serafim, Ademir, Aderito, Albano, Ligia.

Spanish, Portuguese, and Galician:

from a personal name typically bestowed on a child born on All Saints' Day (Spanish Todos los Santos, Portuguese and Galician Todos os santos ‘All Saints'). Compare Spanish De los Santos , Portuguese and Galician Dos Santos .

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

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