Apolonio Ceria Correa

1891–7 April 1980 (Age 89)
San Martín, Ameca, Jalisco, Mexico

The Life of Apolonio Ceria

When Apolonio Ceria Correa was born in 1891, in San Martín, Ameca, Jalisco, Mexico, his father, Pablo Correa, was 30 and his mother, Maria Felix Gonzalez, was 26. He married Otilia Navarro on 7 March 1912, in San Martín, Ameca, Jalisco, Mexico. They were the parents of at least 1 daughter. He died on 7 April 1980, in his hometown, at the age of 89.

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Family Time Line

Apolonio Ceria Correa
1891–1980
Otilia Navarro
1894–1987
Marriage: 7 March 1912
Herminia Correa Navarro

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
7 March 1912
San Martín, Ameca, Jalisco, Mexico
children

(1)

    Herminia Correa Navarro

    FemaleFemale

Parents and Siblings

    Pablo Correa

    Male1861–Male

    Maria Felix Gonzalez

    Female1865–Female

siblings

(5)

    Male1891–1980Male

    Nicolasa Correa

    Female1895–Female

    Eufracia Correa

    Female1899–Female

    Maria Carmen Correa

    Female1903–1971Female

    Ignacio Correa

    Male1905–Male

World Events (8)

1891 · The Garza Revolution

Age 0

The Garza Revolution was a conflict fought between the residents of Coahuila and Texas. It began when a campaign to start an uprising against Porfirio Diaz. Even though it was a minor conflict, it is seen as a precursor to the Mexican Revolution.
1896 · The Yaqui Uprising

Age 5

The Yaqui Uprising was a conflict that was fought between the residents of Sonora and Arizona over several days. It started as an agreement of the Native Americans, in the state of Sonora, and Lauro Aguirre to start by capturing the customs house in Nogales. This confrontation was one of the last battles during the American Indian Wars. Several people were killed and wounded but was a win in the Revolution of Mexico.
1915

Age 24

Obregón turns against Villa. Villa continues to fight and raids United States border towns for next five years. Carranza recognized by United States as chief of government forces.

Name Meaning

Spanish: possibly from correa ‘leather strap’, ‘belt’, ‘rein’, ‘shoelace’, plural correas (Latin corrigia ‘fastening’, from corrigere ‘to straighten’, ‘to correct’), applied as a metonymic occupational name for a maker or seller of such articles.

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

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Sources (1)

  • Apolonio Ceria Correa González, "Mexico, Jalisco, Civil Registration, 1857-2000"

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