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Dolores Correas de Lavalle

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: White

Biographical details

She was born in Mendoza, the daughter of governor Juan de Dios Correas. In 1816, she met Juan Lavalle, a teniente who had joined the Ejército de los Andes. They married on 20 April 1824 after he had returned from the Pacific. They moved to Buenos Aires until the revolution of 28 June 1824. They went into exile to the República Oriental and raised four children. Lavalle went to Jujuy, where he died, and Correas to Chile. She was granted a government pension in 1854, and returned to Buenos Aires in 1865. She died on 23 October 1872. (Sosa de Newton, 155)

Sister-in-law of Josefa Lavalle de Sáenz Valiente.

Life Events

Other 1816She met Juan Lavalle, a teniente in the liberation army.
Married 1824She married Juan Lavalle, 20 April 1824.
Other 1854She was awarded a government pension.
Other 1865She returned to Buenos Aires.
Died 1872She died on 23 October 1872.


Sosa de Newton, Lily, (1986), Diccionario biográfico de mujeres argentinas


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