Manuel Domingo Arteche Aurrecoechea

17 June 1833–
Igorre, Biscay, Basque Country, Spain

The Life Summary of Manuel Domingo

When Manuel Domingo Arteche Aurrecoechea was christened on 17 June 1833, in Igorre, Biscay, Basque Country, Spain, his father, Francisco Arteche Unsañuartu, was 29 and his mother, María Antonia Aurrecoechea Amorrortu, was 33.

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Francisco Arteche Unsañuartu
María Antonia Aurrecoechea Amorrortu
Aquilino de Arteche Aurrecoechea
Maria Antonia de Arteche Aurrecoechea
Andres Arteche Aurrecoechea
Maria Antonia Arteche Aurrecoechea
Francisca Pia Arteche Aurrecoechea
Manuel Domingo Arteche Aurrecoechea
Blas Arteche Aurrecoechea
Francisco Yndalecio Arteche Aurrecoechea
Eugenio Antonio Arteche Aurrecoechea
Ramona Simona Arteche Aurrecoechea
Pablo Thomas Arteche Aurrecoechea

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World Events (3)

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."
1835 · Battle of Gonzalez
On Oct 2, 1835, the Texas revolution begins as a result of the Battle of Gonzalez. Texas gains eventually its independence from Mexico in 1836.
1836 · Texas gains independence
Texas gains its independence from Mexico.

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  • Manuel Domingo De Arteche, "España, bautismos, 1502-1940"

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