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Camilo Manrique

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Gender: M
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

He attended the Buen Gusto tertulias in Bogotá. He was exiled for his part in the independence struggles. (Monsalve, 24)

He married Francisca Caicedo Santamaría. In 1816 he was condemned to death and his wealth confiscated, but Caicedo Santamaría managed to get the sentence reduced to exile and imprisonment. He was sent to Omoa prison with Andrés Rodríguez Torices, Sinforoso Mutis, Camilo Manrique and others. (Monsalve, 154, 167)

He was probably part of the González Manrique, Alvarez, Ricaurte, París, Pardo, Nariño clan. (Monsalve, 139)

Life Events

Other 1816He was exiled by the royalists.


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


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