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Eusebia Caicedo Santamaría de Valencia

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

The daughter of Luis Caicedo y Flores and Josefa Santamaría y Prieto, she married Gaspar Valencia in 1794. She was the aunt of Miguel de Pombo who was executed by the royalists in July 1816. (Monsalve, 87, 138)

She attended the Sumalave pro-independence tertulias in Bogotá. (Díaz y Díaz, 29)

She introduced her husband’s nephew, General José Hilario López, to Policarpa Salavarrieta. (Díaz y Díaz, 39-40)

She was among a group of women who marched through the streets of Bogotá against the Spanish government on 20 July 1810. (Monsalve, 85)

She was related to the O'Donnell/ Arboleda family.

She was held by Morillo in a cell adjoining the Casa Consistorial in 1816. (Monsalve, 159)

She was presumably related to Ignacia Caicedo Sánchez.

Related to the Conde de Casa Valencia who attended the Buen Gusto tertulias?

Life Events

Married 1794She married Gaspar Valencia.
Other 1810She marched against the Spanish government on 20 July 1810.
Other 1816She was held by Morillo in a cell adjoining the Casa Consistorial.
Other 1816Her nephew was executed by the royalists in July 1816.

References

Díaz y Díaz, Oswaldo, (1962), Los Almeydas: Episodios de la resistencia patriota contra el ejército pacificador de tierra firme

Monsalve, José D, (1926), Mujeres de la independencia


Publications

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Links

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