Ramon Marcelino Ojeda Espinoza

Brief Life History of Ramon Marcelino

When Ramon Marcelino Ojeda Espinoza was born on 14 August 1909, in San José del Cabo, Los Cabos, Baja California Sur, Mexico, his father, Carlos Ojeda Armenta, was 47 and his mother, Elena Espinoza Avilez, was 33. He died before 2000.

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Family Time Line

Carlos Ojeda Armenta
1863–
Elena Espinoza Avilez
1876–
Juan Ojeda Espinoza
1888–1980
José Carlos Gerardo Ojeda Espinoza
1895–
Antonio Ojeda Espinoza
1897–
Carlos Ojeda Espinoza
1900–
Maria Ojeda Espinoza
1901–2001
Domingo Ojeda Espinoza
1902–
Maria Elena Ojeda Espinoza
1905–before 2000
Cecilia Ojeda Espinoza
1907–
Ramon Marcelino Ojeda Espinoza
1909–before 2000
Ramona Ojeda Espinoza
1915–

Sources (2)

  • Ramón Marcelino Ojeda Espinoza, "Mexico, Baja California and Baja California Sur, Catholic Church Records, 1750-1984"
  • Ramon Marcelino Ojeda, "Mexico Baptisms, 1560-1950"

World Events (8)

1910

Mexico's 100 years of independence celebrated. Seventh reelection of Díaz. Madero's Plan of San Luis Potosí. Rebellion breaks out in north and in Puebla.

1911

Rebellion spreads throughout Mexico. After attack on Ciudad Juárez, Díaz resigns. Madero returns in triumph to Mexico City and is elected to presidency. Emiliano Zapata publishes Plan of Ayala demanding quick reforms.

1934

Lázaro Cárdenas presidency. Forced exile of Calles (1936). Cárdenas begins socialist policies. Agrarian reform establishes ejidos (see Glossary) and collectivization. Official party renamed Party of the Mexican Revolution (Partido de la Revolución Mexicana--PRM). includes representatives from all sectors of society. Nationalization of oil industry in 1938.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Jose, Luis, Carlos, Francisco, Juan, Manuel, Rafael, Jesus, Pedro, Miguel, Ruben, Angel.

Spanish: habitational name from Ojeda in Burgos province or from the valley of Ojeda in Palencia province, which is probably named with a shortened form of Latin folia ‘leaves’ + the collective suffix -eta.

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

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