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Raimunda de MartĂ­nez

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

Married to Gregorio Martínez, she was among a group of up to 600 women who lined the streets of Bogotá as the Viceroy's wife, Francisca Villanova, was transferred from a convent to the Cárcel del Divorcio on 13 August 1810. It was said to be a miracle that Villanova arrived alive. (Monsalve, 93)

She and MartĂ­nez were exiled to VĂ©lez by Morillo in August 1816. (Monsalve, 245)

Life Events

Other 1810She heckled the Viceroy's wife on 13 August 1810.
Other 1816She was exiled to VĂ©lez in August 1816.

References

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


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