Juan Jose De Los Santos Bedoya Echeverry

Brief Life History of Juan Jose De Los Santos

When Juan Jose De Los Santos Bedoya Echeverry was born on 8 November 1758, in Rionegro, Antioquia, Colombia, his father, Feliciano Bedoya del Rio, was 43 and his mother, María Nicolasa Echeverri Cardona, was 37. He married María Josefa Ospina Alvarez on 7 January 1784, in Rionegro, Antioquia, Colombia. They were the parents of at least 7 sons and 9 daughters. He died in Antioquia, Colombia.

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Family Time Line

Juan Jose De Los Santos Bedoya Echeverry
1758–
María Josefa Ospina Alvarez
1768–
Marriage: 7 January 1784
Juliana Bedoya Ospina
1781–
Miguel Bedoya Ospina
1803–
Mariana Bedoya ospina
–1813
Maria Leona Bedoya OSPINA
1782–
Manuel Bedoya OSPINA
1783–
Jeronimo Bedoya Ospina
1785–
Clara Eulalia Bedoya Ospina
1787–
Gregorio Bedoya Ospina
1788–
Juan Antonio Bedoya Ospina
1792–1852
Ana Maria Bedoya Ospina
1793–
Segunda Bedoya Ospina
1794–
Antonia del Carmen Bedoya Ospina
1796–
Maria Hilaria Bedoya Ospina
1797–1863
Maria Higinia Bedoya Ospina
1797–
Fidel Bedoya Ospina
1798–
Felipe Santiago Bedoya Ospina
1801–

Sources (16)

  • Jph de los Santos de Bedoya Chaverri, "Colombia, Catholic Church Records, 1576-2018"
  • Santos Bedoya in entry for Josefa Ospina, "Colombia, Catholic Church Records, 1576-2018"
  • Juan Iphi Bedoya en el registro de Fidel Bedoya de Ospina, "Colombia, registros parroquiales y diocesanos, 1576-2018"

World Events (4)

1810

The King of Spain is overthrown by Napoleon.

1814

Spain sends troops to South America to quell an uprising of colonists.

1819

Battle of Boyaca. General Simon Bolivar defeats royalist forces. The Republic of Colombia (also known as Gran Colombia) is proclaimed, consisting of Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Jose, Carlos, Luis, Manuel, Juan, Luz, Pedro, Ricardo, Ruben, Alvaro, Eduardo, Gustavo.

Basque: Castilianized form of Bedoia, itself presumably an altered form of a habitational name from a place in Gipuzkoa province named Bedoña, from Basque bedi ‘pasture, grazing’ + the locative suffix -ona.

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

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