María Parrado Daza

–1947
Cádiz, Andalusia, Spain

The Life of María

María Parrado Daza was born as the daughter of Jose Parrado and Manuela Daza Marchante. She died on 12 July 1947, in Cádiz, Andalusia, Spain.

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Family Time Line

Jose Parrado
Manuela Daza Marchante
1855–1932
Beatriz Parrado Daza
–1945
María Parrado Daza
–1947

Parents & Siblings

  • Jose Parrado

    MaleMale

  • Manuela Daza Marchante

    Female1855–1932Female

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World Events (3)

1833

First Carlist War
1833 · First Carlist War

"This was a civil war fought between two groups, the ""Carlists"" and the ""Basques"", who had differing ideas about how succession to the throne should happen and the role of the Spanish monarchy."
1835 · Battle of the Alamo

"General Santa Ana and his troops defeat the American side, who sought shelter in a mission church, in San Antonio. This defeat would inspire the American side to victory in later battles, making the battle cry ""Remember the Alamo!"" a well known phrase."

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