Andrea Contreras

–15 September 1872
Lobatera, Táchira, Venezuela

The Life Summary of Andrea

Andrea Contreras was born as the daughter of Antonio Benedicto Contreras Moncada and María del Rosario Mora Mora. She died on 15 September 1872, in Lobatera, Táchira, Venezuela.

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Family Time Line

Antonio Benedicto Contreras Moncada
1817–1877
María del Rosario Mora Mora
1814–1870
María del Espiritu Santo Contreras Mora
1830–1908
Maria Estefania Contreras
1860–
Antonio Ramón Contreras Mora
–1852
Andrea Contreras
–1872
Segundo Contreras Mora
–1880
Antonio Ramón Contreras Mora
1833–
María Presentación Contreras
1835–1925
Julián de Jesús Contreras
1839–1909
Estefania Contreras Mora
1842–1926
Nicolás Tolentino Contreras Mora
1844–
Ecolastica Contreras Mora
1847–1918
Lorenzo Contreras Mora
1849–1852
Tolentino del Carmen Contreras Mora
1850–
Juan Evangelista Contreras
1851–1931
José Antero Contreras
1855–

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Siblings

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World Events (3)

1811
Venezuela became the first South American country to declare independence from Spain.
1812
Earthquake destroyed 90% of Caracas killing about 20,000 people.
1819
General Simon Bolivar defeats royalist forces in the Battle of Boyaca and the Republic of Colombia (also known as Gran Colombia) is proclaimed on December 17, consisting of Colombia, Venezuela, and Ecuador.

Name Meaning

(1997: 9675;2007: 56270; 2010: 130164)Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Jose, Juan, Jesus, Manuel, Carlos, Luis, Miguel, Francisco, Guadalupe, Roberto, Mario, Pedro. Portuguese Duarte, Ligia, Paulo, Wenceslao.Spanish: habitational name from Conteraras, a place in the province of Burgos, named from Late Latin contraria ‘surrounding area, region’ (from the preposition contra ‘opposite, against, hard by’).

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

Possible Related Names

Contreraz
Contrera

Sources (2)

  • Andrea Contreras, "Venezuela, Diócesis de San Cristóbal, registros parroquiales y diocesanos, 1601-1962"
  • Andrea Contreras, "Venezuela, Diócesis de San Cristóbal, registros parroquiales y diocesanos, 1601-1962"

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