Gladys Luzardo

–2002
Cabimas, Zulia, Venezuela

The Life of Gladys

Gladys Luzardo was born as the daughter of Leonardo Mateo Toussaint and Alida Luzardo. She died in 2002, in Cabimas, Zulia, Venezuela.

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World Events (3)

1899

An international tribunal in Paris ruled on a border dispute between Venezuela and British Guiana (Guyana). Britain received most of the claim for the Essequibo region, close to 111,000 square miles. Venezuela was represented by 2 U.S. judges and the chairman of the panel was Russian jurist Frederic de Martens. Venezuela rejected this decision in the 1960s.
1899

Cipriano Castro served as president of Venezuela.
1914

Venezuela's 1st oil gusher was drilled near Lake Maracibo.

Name Meaning

Spanish and Portuguese (common in Mexico): probably from a reduced and altered form of the personal name Elisardo.

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

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