Roman Vite Carlos

1873–1946 (Age 72)
Cuatlamayán, Xochicoatlán, Hidalgo, Mexico

The Life of Roman

When Roman Vite Carlos was born on 9 August 1873, in Cuatlamayán, Xochicoatlán, Hidalgo, Mexico, his father, CARLOS VITE, was 37 and his mother, Simona Juana Carlos, was 16. He married María Felix Cuimixtli or Quimixtla Tolentino Guillermo in 1890, in Xochicoatlán, Hidalgo, Mexico. They were the parents of at least 4 sons and 3 daughters. He died on 18 January 1946, in Xochicoatlán, Hidalgo, Mexico, at the age of 72.

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Family Time Line

Roman Vite Carlos
1873–1946
María Felix Cuimixtli or Quimixtla Tolentino Guillermo
1872–1939
Marriage: 1890
Jose Vite Tolentino
1896–1983
Maria Vite Tolentino
1898–
Panfilo Vite Carlos
1900–1918
Marciano Esteban Vite Tolentino
1901–
Antioco Vite Tolentino
1910–
Rutila Vite Tolentino
1914–
Buenaventura Vite Tolentino
1922–

Spouse & Children

  • Male1873–1946Male

  • María Felix Cuimixtli or Quimixtla Tolentino Guillermo

    Female1872–1939Female

MARRIAGE
1890
Xochicoatlán, Hidalgo, Mexico
children

(7)

  • Male1896–1983Male

  • Maria Vite Tolentino

    Female1898–Female

  • Panfilo Vite Carlos

    Male1900–1918Male

  • Marciano Esteban Vite Tolentino

    Male1901–Male

  • Antioco Vite Tolentino

    Male1910–Male

+2 More Children

Parents & Siblings

  • CARLOS VITE

    Male1836–Male

  • Simona Juana Carlos

    Female1857–1911Female

siblings

(5)

  • José Vite Carlos

    Male1856–Male

  • Female1870–1954Female

  • Male1873–1946Male

  • Guillerma Vite

    Female1880–Female

  • Regino Vite Carlos

    Male1933–2004Male

World Events (8)

1875 · The First Missionary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Age 2

The first missionaries from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints entered Mexico in two groups. The first group went into Sonora and baptized the first 5 members in Latin America. The second group went down to Mexico City and handed out translated verses of the Book of Mormon. The missionaries worked throughout the nation until 1889 and baptized many. Because of the government’s views of polygamy, missionaries weren't allowed to teach and baptize while the mission was closed from 1889 to 1901. The church has since increased from the initial 5 to 1.5 Million members.
1876

Age 3

"José de la Cruz Porfirio Díaz leads rebellion on platform of ""no reelection""and starts his presidential career, which lasts for thirty-four years (except 1880-84), of ""order and progress"".Finances, trade, industry, and mining sector modernized. Political ideology based on positivism."
1896 · The Yaqui Uprising

Age 23

The Yaqui Uprising was a conflict that was fought between the residents of Sonora and Arizona over several days. It started as an agreement of the Native Americans, in the state of Sonora, and Lauro Aguirre to start by capturing the customs house in Nogales. This confrontation was one of the last battles during the American Indian Wars. Several people were killed and wounded but was a win in the Revolution of Mexico.

Name Meaning

Norwegian: unexplained.

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

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  • Legacy NFS Source: Roman Vite Carlos - Individual or family possessions: male

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