Jose Vital Catalino Rodriguez Rendon

Male28 April 1805–

Brief Life History of Jose Vital Catalino

When Jose Vital Catalino Rodriguez Rendon was born on 28 April 1805, in San Miguel, Celaya, Guanajuato, Mexico, his father, Jose Francisco Rodriguez Cierra, was 23 and his mother, Ma de la Luz Rendon, was 19. He died in his hometown, and was buried in San Miguel, Allende, Chihuahua, Mexico.

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Jose Francisco Rodriguez Cierra
Ma de la Luz Rendon
Juan Jose Agustin Rodriguez Rendon
Jose Vital Catalino Rodriguez Rendon
Maria Trinidad Rendon Susana Rodriguez
Juana Ramona Rendon Rodriguez
Maria Josefa Paula Trinidad Rodriguez Rendon

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    World Events (8)


    Age 16

    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.


    Age 17

    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.


    Age 32

    Anastasio Bustamante becomes president, initiating a process of centralization.

    Name Meaning

    Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Manuel, Luis, Carlos, Jesus, Francisco, Jorge, Pedro, Raul, Miguel, Roberto, Ramon, Rafael. Portuguese Wenceslao, Ligia, Catarina, Paulo, Joaquim, Omero, Joao, Wenseslao, Adauto, Albeiro, Godofredo.

    Spanish (Rodríguez) and Portuguese: patronymic from the personal name Rodrigo . Rodriguez (including in the sense 2 below) is the ninth most frequent surname in the US. Compare De Rodriguez and Rodriquez .

    Jewish (Sephardic): adoption of the Iberian surname (see above) at the moment of conversion to Roman Catholicism. After the return to Judaism (generations later), some descendants retained the name their families used as Catholics.

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

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