Pastor Hernandez Flores

Male6 August 1960–17 November 2000

Brief Life History of Pastor

When Pastor Hernandez Flores was born on 6 August 1960, in Mexico City, Mexico, his father, Feliciano Hernandez Olvera, was 30 and his mother, ema flores cedillo, was 11957. He died on 17 November 2000, in his hometown, at the age of 40, and was buried in Mexico City, Mexico.

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Feliciano Hernandez Olvera
ema flores cedillo
Lucas Hernandez Flores
Pastor Hernandez Flores

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    World Events (8)


    Age 4

    Gustavo Díaz Ordaz presidency. Termination of bracero program. Foreign firms operate in Mexico on grand scale. Student unrest leads to Tlatelolco Massacre in 1968.

    1968 · The �Tlatelolco Massacre

    Age 8

    On Oct. 2, 1968, police oficers, and military troops shoot into a crowd of students, who happen to be unarmed, killing 10 and wounding 20, but the exact numbers are a mystery. There ae documents which indicate that snipers posted up by the Mexican military fired onto the police and fellow military, provoking the open fire into the group of students.

    1971 · The Corpus Christi Massacre

    Age 11

    "On June 10th, 1971, a group of students marches through Mexico City, starting at Casco de Santo Tomas, proceeding through Carpio and Maestros avenues. The students are met by ""los Halcones"", a group trained by the CIA and the Federal Security Directorate, met the protesters. There were multiple attacks on the students by this group and 120 students are killed."

    Name Meaning

    Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Carlos, Manuel, Jesus, Luis, Francisco, Pedro, Miguel, Jorge, Mario, Raul, Ramon, Roberto.

    Spanish (Hernández): patronymic from the personal name Hernando (see Fernando ). The surname has also been established in southern Italy, mainly in Naples and Palermo, since the period of Spanish dominance there. Hernandez (including in the sense 2 below) is the eleventh most frequent surname in the US. Compare De Hernandez .

    Jewish (Sephardic): adoption of the name in 1 above at the moment of conversion to Roman Catholicism. After the return to Judaism (generations later), some Jewish descendants retained the surname that their families had adopted as Roman Catholics.

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

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