Adelaida Mancera Rosas

Femaleabout 1845–

Brief Life History of Adelaida

When Adelaida Mancera Rosas was born about 1845, in Cortazar, Guanajuato, Mexico, her father, Calletano Mancera Cano, was 32 and her mother, Maria Margarita Bernarda Rosas, was 28. She died in her hometown.

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Family Time Line

Calletano Mancera Cano
1815–
Maria Margarita Bernarda Rosas
1818–
Jose Jesus Mancera Rosas
1822–1837
Mariano Mancera Rosas
1835–
Maria Ana De Jesus Mancera Rosas
1836–
Camilo Mancera Rosas
1838–
Jose Ygnacio Savas Mansera Rosas
1839–
Adelaida Mancera Rosas
1845–
Emiliano Mancera Rosas
1847–
Genaro Mancera Rosas
1848–
Vicente Mancera Rosas
1850–
Maria Rita Mancera Rosas
1853–
Jose Albino Mancera Rosas
1837–
Jose Eleuterio De Jesus Cano Rosas
1838–
Maria Eufemia Mancera Rosas
1841–
Jose Maria Mancera Rosas
1842–
Maria Susana Mancera Rosas
1844–

Sources (1)

  • Legacy NFS Source: Adelaida Mancera Rosas - Church record: birth-name: Adelaida Mancera Rosas

Parents and Siblings

Siblings (15)

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World Events (3)

1845

Age 0

Santa Anna returns to Mexico. Annexation of Texas by United States.

1846

Age 1

Mexico severs diplomatic relations with United States. Beginning of Mexican-American War.

1846 · The Mexican-American War

Age 1

An armed conflict between the US and Mexico followed the American annexation of the independent Republic of Texas. It started when President Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna sent troops to attack American Soldiers who were in Texas at the time. Twelve men were killed in this confrontation. When President James K. Polk caught word of the attack, he begged congress to declare war. With all of the American Congress, different battles raged on in both Mexico and the Republic of Texas. Fighting later stopped when both sides signed the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo. The United States had to pay Mexico for all the physical damage caused during the war. In exchange, they received land which would end up becoming 9 different states.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Carlos, Jose, Juan, Luis, Arturo, Elena, Enrique, Javier, Jose Luis, Miguel, Rafael, Roberto.

Spanish (mainly Extremadura and Andalusia): nickname or metonymic occupational name from mancera ‘plow handle’.

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

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