Jose Longino Eligio Benavides Salazar

Brief Life History of Jose Longino Eligio

When Jose Longino Eligio Benavides Salazar was born in 1803, in El Aguacate, Juchipila, Zacatecas, Mexico, his father, Pascual "Pablo" Doroteo Benavides Haro, was 25 and his mother, Maria Salvadora Salazar Gonsalez, was 19. He married Maria Anastacia Rivas Rodrigues on 29 June 1825, in Moyahua, Moyahua de Estrada, Zacatecas, Mexico. They were the parents of at least 7 sons and 5 daughters.

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Family Time Line

Jose Longino Eligio Benavides Salazar
1803–
Maria Anastacia Rivas Rodrigues
1809–
Marriage: 29 June 1825
Benigno Benavides Rivas
1820–
María Romualda Benavides Rivas
1829–
Maria Plascencia de la Trinidad Benavidez
1831–
Benigno Benavides Rivas
1840–1905
Filomeno Benavides Rivas
Reymunda Benavides Rivas
1830–
Maria Sebera Benabides Rivas
1831–
Silvestre Benavides Rivas
1835–
Gorgonio Benavides Rivas
1842–1851
Jose Narsiso Benavides Rivas
1846–
Lucia Benavides Rivas
1849–1930
Eucario Benavides Rivas
1849–

Sources (81)

  • Census Juchipila
  • Longino Benavides, "Mexico Marriages, 1570-1950"
  • Longino Vonavide, "México, Zacatecas, registros parroquiales, 1605-1980"

World Events (8)

1821

Colonization grant given to Moses Austin to settle Texas. Plan of Iguala proclaims Mexican independence. Augustín de Iturbide and Spanish envoy sign Treaty of Córdoba recognizing Mexico's independence. treaty not honored by Spanish government, however.

1822

Army of the Three Guarantees occupies Mexico City under Iturbide's command. Iturbide becomes emperor of Mexico as Agustín I. Iturbide deposed, and republic proclaimed by Antonio López de Santa Anna Pérez de Lebrón.

1835

Texas pioneers seek independence from Mexico in 1835, achieving it in March 1836. Santa Anna defeated and forced to recognize independence of Texas. Spain and Vatican recognize Mexican republic in 1836.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Jose, Carlos, Juan, Manuel, Jesus, Raul, Armando, Jaime, Ricardo, Ruben, Luis, Roberto.

Spanish: habitational name from a place so called in León, probably reflecting the name of the ancient owner, composed with Arabic ben ‘son’ and the personal name ʿAbidis.

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

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