Francisco Jose Canedo Marquez

1773–
Buenos Aires, Argentina

The Life of Francisco Jose

When Francisco Jose Canedo Marquez was born in 1773, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, his father, Gregorio Canedo González, was 25 and his mother, María Rosa Márquez Echauri, was 25. He married Catalina Rivera Revollo in 1802, in Cochabamba, Bolivia. They were the parents of at least 11 sons and 3 daughters.

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Family Time Line

Francisco Jose Canedo Marquez
1773–
Catalina Rivera Revollo
1780–1874
Marriage: 1802
Francisco Jose Canedo Rivera
1805–
Manuela Canedo Rivera
–1871
Leocadia Canedo Ribera
Torivia Canedo Rivera
Felipe Canedo Rivera
1806–
Manuela Canedo Rivera
1806–
Toribia Canedo Rivera
1807–
Apolinar Canedo Rivera
1809–1871
Rafael Canedo Rivera
1810–1871
Manuel Canedo Rivera
1811–
Hilario Canedo Rivera
1812–
Juan de Dios Canedo Rivera
1813–1885
Francisco Canedo Rivera
1817–
Cornelia Canedo Gonzales de Prada
1843–

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
1802
Cochabamba, Bolivia
children

(14)

+9 More Children

Parents and Siblings

    Gregorio Canedo González

    Male1748–1812Male

    María Rosa Márquez Echauri

    Female1748–Female

siblings

(10)

    Male1773–Male

    Fernando Antonio Canedo Marquez

    Male1775–Male

    Francisco Jose Canedo Marquez

    Male1776–Male

    Isabel Maria Canedo Marquez

    Female1778–Female

    Miguel Gregorio Canedo Marquez

    Male1779–Male

+5 More Children

World Events (4)

1810

Age 37

Con la Revolución de Mayo de 1810, comenzaría un proceso gradual de formación de varios Estados autónomos —llamados provincias— o independientes, entre ellos el que llevó el nombre de Provincias Unidas del Río de la Plata.
1812

Age 39

Jose de San Martin leads the fight for independence from Spain.
1853

Age 80

Tras un prolongado período de guerras civiles, entre 1853 y 1860 se formó una república federal con el nombre de República Argentina. Mediante guerras contra los pueblos mapuche, tehuelche, ranquel, wichi y kom, conocidas como Conquista del Desierto y Conquista del Chaco, la República Argentina tomó posesión de las llanuras chaqueña y pampeana y de la Patagonia oriental, conformando su territorio actual, el octavo más extenso del mundo. En 1853 se dicta la Constitución Nacional Argentina. Entre 1862 y 1930 transcurrió un largo período de estabilidad constitucional, en el que debido a una gran ola migratoria proveniente sobre todo de Italia y España, la población creció cinco veces más rápido que el mundo.

Name Meaning

Spanish (Cañedo), Galician, and Portuguese: habitational name from any of various minor places called Canedo or Cañedo, from Latin canna ‘reed’ + the locative suffix -etum.

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

Sources (3)

  • Francisco Canedo in entry for Pacifico Zerda and Cornelia Canedo, "Bolivia Catholic Church Records, 1566-1996"
  • Fransico Canedo in entry for Catalina Rivera, "Bolivia Catholic Church Records, 1566-1996"
  • Fransisco Canedo in entry for Ilario Canedo, "Bolivia Catholic Church Records, 1566-1996"

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