Ramon Eustaquio Alcorta Palacio

Brief Life History of Ramon Eustaquio

When Ramon Eustaquio Alcorta Palacio was born in 1852, in Córdoba, Argentina, his father, Jacinto Amancio Alcorta Zuasnábar, was 48 and his mother, Coleta Palacio Ispizua, was 43. He died on 24 February 1882, in San Nicolás de los Arroyos, San Nicolás, Buenos Aires, Argentina, at the age of 30, and was buried in Recoleta, Comuna 2, Buenos Aires City, Argentina.

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Family Time Line

Jacinto Amancio Alcorta Zuasnábar
1804–1862
Coleta Palacio Ispizua
1810–
María del Rosario Alcorta Palacio
1830–1881
Modesta Petrona Alcorta Palacio
1833–1919
Elvira Dominga Alcorta Y Palacios\
1835–
Santiago Damiano Alcorta Y Palacios
1838–1914
Eloisa Gabriela Alcorta Palacio
1838–1896
Amancio Ramón Alcorta Palacios
1839–
Amancio Mariano Alcorta Palacio
1842–1902
Jose Pelayo Alcorta Palacio
1844–
Coleta Tomasa Alcorta Y Palacios
1847–
Sebastian Alcorta Palacio
1850–
Ramon Eustaquio Alcorta Palacio
1852–1882

Sources (1)

  • Ramon Alcorta Defunción, "Argentina, Buenos Aires, registros parroquiales, 1635-1981"

World Events (2)

1853

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.

1859

Buenos Aires refuses to become part of the country of Argentina and sets up their own independent state. It is then defeated by General Bartolome Mitre.

Name Meaning

Some characteristic forenames: Spanish Jesus, Jose, Maximiliano, Arturo, Francisco, Humberto, Lupe, Manuel, Mario, Ramiro, Roberto, Adela.

Basque: Castilianized form of Alkorta, a topographic name from (h)ar(ri) ‘stone, rock’ + korta ‘stable, corral’, the first r being changed to l by dissimilation.

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

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