Juan Francisco Ancelmo Rosas Zorrilla Gonzales

Brief Life History of Juan Francisco Ancelmo

When Juan Francisco Ancelmo Rosas Zorrilla Gonzales was born on 21 April 1798, in Lima, Lima, Lima, Peru, his father, Manuel Rozas Zorrilla y Gutiérrez de Rozas, was 45 and his mother, Barbara Nicolasa González, was 29.

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Family Time Line

Manuel Rozas Zorrilla y Gutiérrez de Rozas
1753–1820
Barbara Nicolasa González
1770–
Manuel Rosas Zorrilla Gonzales
1792–
María Ana Teodora Rosas Zorrilla Gonzáles
1808–
Manuel Gaspar Zorrilla de Rozas Gonzalez Relago
1794–
María del Carmen Rosas zorrilla Gonzales
1796–
José Marcelo Rosas Zorrilla Gonzáles
1797–
Juan Francisco Ancelmo Rosas Zorrilla Gonzales
1798–
Micaela Zorrilla Rosas Gonzales
1800–
Bárbara Zorrilla y Rosas y Gonzáles de Pielago
1804–
Mariana Teodora Zorrilla de Rozas Gonsales del Relago
1806–
Ysabel Petronila Zorrilla Rosas Gonzáles
1807–
Pedro Antonio Rosas y Zorrilla
1811–1889

Sources (3)

  • Juan Francisco Anzelmo, "Perú, registros parroquiales y diocesanos, 1603-1992"
  • Juan Francisco Anzelmo De Rosas Y Zorrilla, "Peru Baptisms, 1556-1930"
  • Juan Francisco Anzelmo De Rosas Y Zorrilla, "Perú, bautismos, 1556-1930"

World Events (6)

1821

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

1823

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

1836

Peru and Bolivia join in short-lived confederation.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Jose, Luis, Juan, Jesus, Carlos, Manuel, Ruben, Pedro, Miguel, Roberto, Francisco, Rafael. Portuguese Agostinho, Gonsalo, Joaquim. Italian Antonio, Marco, Leonardo, Lorenzo, Carmelo, Filiberto, Bartolo, Cecilio, Elbio, Fausto, Federico, Lucio.

Spanish and Portuguese: habitational name from any of numerous places called Las Rosas, or a topographic name from the plural of rosa ‘rose’ (see Rosa ). Compare De Rosas .

Catalan: Castilianized form of Roses, a habitational name from Roses, a town in L'Alt Empordà, Catalonia.

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

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