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Alejo Sabaraín

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Gender: M
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

From Honda, Colombia, he was the novio of Policarpa Salavarrieta. He was taken prisoner in the battle of Cuchilla del Tambo, but was pardoned on 1 July 1817, along with Francisco Arrellano, as the military authorities believed they were not soldiers. Salavarrieta sent important strategic messages to him in November 1817. He was executed alongside Salavarrieta on 14 November 1817 at 11 a.m.. (Díaz y Díaz, 65-67, 89)

Life Events

Other 1817He was pardoned from military imprisonment on 1 July 1817.
Died 1817He was executed on 14 November 1817 at 11 am.


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


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