Catalina Jovita Vidal

17 February 1843–
Paraná, Entre Ríos, Argentina

The Life of Catalina Jovita

When Catalina Jovita Vidal was christened on 17 February 1843, in Paraná, Entre Ríos, Argentina, her father, Pablo Justo Pastor Vidal, was 53 and her mother, Eugenia Carbonel, was 44.

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Family Time Line

Pablo Justo Pastor Vidal
1789–
Eugenia Carbonel
1799–
Ramón Cipriano Vidal
1817–
Benita Vidal
1824–
Pedro Pablo Vidal
–1831
Manuel Vidal
Nemecio de Jesus Vidal
Victor Dolores Vidal
Victor Dolores Vidal
1821–
Manuel Vidal
1823–1855
Nemesio De Jesus Vidal
1828–
Maria Cruz del Rosario Vidal
1830–
Trinidad Vidal
1835–
Petrona Vidal
1835–
Pablo Estanislao Vidal
1841–
Catalina Jovita Vidal
1843–

Parents and Siblings

    Pablo Justo Pastor Vidal

    Male1789–Male

    Eugenia Carbonel

    Female1799–Female

siblings

(14)

    Ramón Cipriano Vidal

    Male1817–Male

    Victor Dolores Vidal

    Male1821–Male

    Manuel Vidal

    Male1823–1855Male

    Benita Vidal

    Female1824–Female

    Nemesio De Jesus Vidal

    Male1828–Male

+9 More Children

World Events (3)

1853

Tras un prolongado período de guerras civiles, entre 1853 y 1860 se formó una república federal con el nombre de República Argentina. Mediante guerras contra los pueblos mapuche, tehuelche, ranquel, wichi y kom, conocidas como Conquista del Desierto y Conquista del Chaco, la República Argentina tomó posesión de las llanuras chaqueña y pampeana y de la Patagonia oriental, conformando su territorio actual, el octavo más extenso del mundo. En 1853 se dicta la Constitución Nacional Argentina. Entre 1862 y 1930 transcurrió un largo período de estabilidad constitucional, en el que debido a una gran ola migratoria proveniente sobre todo de Italia y España, la población creció cinco veces más rápido que el mundo.
1859

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.
1943

Juan Perón rises to power.

Name Meaning

Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese, northern Italian, French, and English: from the personal name, a derivative of the Latin personal name Vitalis ( see Vitale ).

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

Possible Related Names

Sources (3)

  • Catalina Jovita Vidal, "Argentina, Entre Ríos, Catholic Church Records, 1764-1983"
  • Catalina Jovita Vidal, "Argentina Baptisms, 1645-1930"
  • Catalina Jovita Vidal, "Argentina, bautismos, 1645-1930"

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