Francisco Froylan Giraldo

24 October 1796–
Lima, Lima, Lima, Peru

The Life of Francisco Froylan

When Francisco Froylan Giraldo was christened on 24 October 1796, in Lima, Lima, Lima, Peru, his father, Agapito Giraldo, was 30 and his mother, Francisca Vega, was 20.

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Agapito Giraldo
Francisca Vega
Francisco Froylan Giraldo

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World Events (3)


General Jose de San Martin captures Lima from Spanish and proclaims Peru independent.

Simon Bolivar led an army from Venezuela and Colombia into Peru to help fight the Spanish.

Antonio Jose de Sucre defeated the Spanish at Ayacucho. Peru becomes the last colony in Latin America to gain its independence.

Name Meaning

Spanish, Portuguese, and Italian: from the Germanic personal name Giraldo, equivalent to Gerald .

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

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  • Francisco Froylan Giraldo, "Perú, bautismos, 1556-1930"
  • Francisco Froylan Giraldo, "Perú, bautismos, 1556-1930"

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