Maria Del Carmen Aceves Arias

Brief Life History of Maria Del Carmen

When Maria Del Carmen Aceves Arias was born about 1846, in Acatic, Jalisco, Mexico, her father, José Rafael Atanasio Aceves Arias, was 49 and her mother, María Josefa Arias González, was 45. She married J. Ambrosio Hernandez Arias on 15 April 1863, in Tepatitlán de Morelos, Jalisco, Mexico. They were the parents of at least 3 sons and 3 daughters. She died in her hometown.

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Family Time Line

J. Ambrosio Hernandez Arias
1833–
Maria Del Carmen Aceves Arias
1846–
Marriage: 15 April 1863
PAULINA DE LA MERCED HERNANDEZ ACEVES
1864–
María Trinidad Hernández Aceves
–1908
MARIA DE LA MERCED HERNANDEZ ACEVES
1868–1870
Federico De Jesus Hernandez Aceves
1872–
Jose Hernandez Aceves
1873–1934
BLAS DE LA TRINIDAD HERNANDEZ ACEVES
1874–

Sources (15)

  • Carmen de Aceves, "Mexico, Jalisco, Catholic Church Records, 1590-1979"
  • Carmen Aseves, "Mexico, Jalisco, Catholic Church Records, 1590-1979"
  • Cármen Aceves, "Mexico, Jalisco, Catholic Church Records, 1590-1979"

World Events (8)

1846

Mexico severs diplomatic relations with United States. Beginning of Mexican-American War.

1846 · The Mexican-American War

An armed conflict between the US and Mexico followed the American annexation of the independent Republic of Texas. It started when President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna sent troops to attack American Soldiers who were in Texas at the time. Twelve men were killed in this confrontation. When President James K. Polk caught word of the attack, he begged congress to declare war. With all of the American Congress, different battles raged on in both Mexico and the Republic of Texas. Fighting later stopped when both sides signed the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. The United States had to pay Mexico for all the physical damage caused during the war. In exchange, they received land which would end up becoming 9 different states.

1880

United States railroad companies receive favorable concessions. Railroad boom.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Jose, Miguel, Salvador, Carlos, Manuel, Jesus, Juan, Luis, Alicia, Francisco, Rafael, Guadalupe.

Spanish: habitational name from Acebes del Páramo in León, named with acebo ‘holly’.

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

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