Griselda del Carmen Quilodran Cordova

24 January 1869–1923
Biobío, Chile

The Life of Griselda del Carmen

Griselda del Carmen Quilodran Cordova was christened on 24 January 1869, in Arauco, Arauco, Chile as the daughter of Juan Quilodran and Rosario Figueroa. She married Sebastian Rifo Flores on 8 June 1882, in Cañete, Arauco, Chile. They were the parents of at least 3 sons and 3 daughters. She died in 1923, in Pu'er Zizhixian, Simao, Pu'er, Yunnan, China, at the age of 54.

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Family Time Line

Sebastian Rifo Flores
1861–
Griselda del Carmen Quilodran Cordova
1869–1923
Marriage: 8 June 1882
Maria Aurora Riffo Quilodran
1883–1964
Alberto Segundo Rifo Quilodran
1888–
Urbana del Carmen Rifo Quilodran
1890–
Antonio de la Cruz Rifo Quilodran
1893–
Sebastian Segundo Rifo Quilodran
1902–
María Gricelda Grifo Quilodran
1903–

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
8 June 1882
Cañete, Arauco, Chile
children

(6)

    Maria Aurora Riffo Quilodran

    Female1883–1964Female

    Alberto Segundo Rifo Quilodran

    Male1888–Male

    Urbana del Carmen Rifo Quilodran

    Female1890–Female

    Antonio de la Cruz Rifo Quilodran

    Male1893–Male

    Sebastian Segundo Rifo Quilodran

    Male1902–Male

+1 More Child

Parents and Siblings

    Juan Quilodran

    MaleMale

    Rosario Figueroa

    FemaleFemale

siblings

(1)

    Griselda del Carmen Quilodran Cordova

    Female1869–1923Female

World Events (7)

1870 · The Tianjin Massacre

The Tientsin Massacre of 1870 took place in Tianjin, along China's northern coast. Rumors had spread throughout 1870 that Christian baptism caused death; this was because orphanages were experiencing high outbreaks of disease, and the baptisms of children most likely to die were prioritized first. Tensions rose further when three kidnappers were arrested outside Tianjin and one of them claimed to be selling children to the Catholic orphanage. As Chinese officials attempted to meet with French representatives to discuss various issues, anti-Catholic riots began to gather outside the cathedral. Events afterwards escalated and became more confusing, resulting in at least 60 deaths, including two French Consular officials, ten nuns, two Lazarist priests, three Russian traders, and roughly 40 Chinese Christians. In 1871, the Chinese would formally apologize to the French Head of State, but this event led to the Chinese government refusing to accept or endorse foreign missionaries.
1879

War of the Pacific. Chile wages war against Bolivia and Peru.
1884 · Sino-French War

The Sino-French War, Tonkin War, or Tonquin war, was a conflict between China and France regarding the control of Tonkin, a region in northern Vietnam. The Qing Dynasty performed well on land and won limited strategic victories; however, the Qing forces in Taiwan and other surrounding islands were defeated by the French. Ultimately, the war ended with the Treaty of Tientsin, which arguably satisfied most of the goals of the French.

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Sources (3)

  • Gricelda Quilodran de Rifo en el registro de Alberto Segundo Rifo Quilodran, "Chile, Registro Civil, 1885-1932"
  • Gricelda Quilodran de Rifo en el registro de María Gricelda Grifo Quilodran, "Chile, Registro Civil, 1885-1932"
  • Gricelda Quilodran en el registro de Sebastian Segundo Rifo Quilodran, "Chile, Registro Civil, 1885-1932"

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