Juan Francisco Gortari

29 March 1856–5 January 1925 (Age 68)
Oronoz, Baztán, Navarre, Spain

The Life of Juan Francisco

When Juan Francisco Gortari was born on 29 March 1856, in Oronoz, Baztán, Navarre, Spain, his father, Jose Manuel Gortari, was 33 and his mother, Feliciana Francisca Ibarra Arrechea, was 32. He married Francisca Antonio Eusebia Tellechea on 25 January 1890, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They were the parents of at least 5 sons and 6 daughters. He died on 5 January 1925, in Carlos Casares, Carlos Casares, Buenos Aires, Argentina, at the age of 68.

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Juan Francisco Gortari
Francisca Antonio Eusebia Tellechea
Marriage: 25 January 1890
Francisca Gortari
Dorotea Felixa Gortari
Juan Florencio Gortari
Benito Gortari
Angela Gortari
Dorotea Felicia Gortari
Juan Francisco Gortari
Jose Manuel Gortari
Mateo Gortari
Prudencia Gortari
Maria Dominga Gortari

Spouse and Children

25 January 1890
Buenos Aires, Argentina


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World Events (8)


Age 3

Buenos Aires refuses to become part of the country of Argentina and sets up their own independent state. It is then defeated by General Bartolome Mitre.
1862 · Spain captured Veracruz, Mexico, collecting interest on debts owed

Age 6

With help from France and Great Britain, Spain captures lands in Mexico, including Veracruz, to collect interest on debts Mexico refuses to pay.
1883 · "The """"Sagrada Familia"""" Cathedral in Barcelona begins construction"

Age 27

Architect Antoni Gaudi begins work on what would be a historical landmark cathedral in Barcelona, Spain.

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Sources (3)

  • Francisco Gortari in entry for Maria Dominga Gortari, "Uruguay, Civil Registration Index Card, 1900-1937"
  • Francisco Cortari in entry for Dorotea Felixa Cortari Tellechea, "Argentina, Buenos Aires, Catholic Church Records, 1635-1981"
  • Juan Francisco Gortari Ybarra, "Spain Baptisms, 1502-1940"

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