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María Josefa Ballén de Guzmán

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

Married to Frutos Joaquín Gutiérrez, the sister of Nicolás Ballén and sister-in-law of Lucía Soler y Tamaris. She was among a group of women who marched through the streets of Bogotá against the Spanish government on 20 July 1810. She was a staunch supporter of independence. (Monsalve, 85, 87)

She attended the Buen Gusto tertulias. (Monsalve, 179)

In August 1816 Morillo exiled her and her family to Simijaca. She was probably held in the C√°rcel Chiquito before being exiled. (Monsalve, 156, 159)

Life Events

Other 1810She marched against the Spanish government on 20 July 1810.
Other 1816In August 1816 Morillo exiled her and her family to Simijaca.

References

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


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