Antonia Gallegos

1873–
Ahualulco de Mercado, Jalisco, Mexico

The Life of Antonia

Antonia Gallegos was born in 1873 as the daughter of Maximo Gallegos Dias and Andrea Jimenez Dias.

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Family Time Line

Maximo Gallegos Dias
Andrea Jimenez Dias
1850–
Melquiades Gallegos Jimenez
1865–
Maria Cruz Gallegos Jimenez
1868–
Antonia Gallegos
1873–
Calisto Gallegos Jimenez
1873–
Crescencia Gallegos Jimenez
1877–
Miguel Gallegos Jiménez
1878–
Antonia Gallegos Jimenez
1879–1914
Matias Gallegos
1882–
Gerarda Gallegos Jimenez
1884–
Esteban Gallegos Jimenez
1885–
Gerardo Gallegos Jímenez
1886–
Tomás Gallegos
1895–
Matias Gallegos Jimenez
1899–

Parents and Siblings

    Maximo Gallegos Dias

    MaleMale

    Andrea Jimenez Dias

    Female1850–Female

siblings

(13)

    Melquiades Gallegos Jimenez

    Male1865–Male

    Maria Cruz Gallegos Jimenez

    Female1868–Female

    Female1873–Female

    Calisto Gallegos Jimenez

    Male1873–Male

    Crescencia Gallegos Jimenez

    Female1877–Female

+8 More Children

World Events (8)

1873

Age 0

Reform Laws incorporated into Mexican constitution confirming separation of church and state.
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.
1904

Age 31

Constitution changed to allow for six-year presidential term.

Name Meaning

Spanish: habitational name from any of the numerous places named Gallegos, originally denoting a place settled by ‘people from Galicia’.

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

Sources (3)

  • Gallegos Jimenez, "México, Jalisco, Registro Civil, 1857-2000"
  • Antonia Gallegos, "México, Jalisco, registros parroquiales, 1590-1979"
  • Gallegos Jimenez, "México, Jalisco, Registro Civil, 1857-2000"

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