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Rosa Delgadillo

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

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 was exiled to Fosca by Morillo in August 1816. (Monsalve, 246)

Same woman? From Socorro or Pamploma province, Colombia, she was killed by the royalists in 1819. (P. Forero, 47)

Life Events

Other 1810She heckled the Viceroy's wife on 13 August 1810.
Other 1816She was exiled to Fosca in August 1816.
Died 1819She was killed by royalists.


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

Forero, Paulo E., (1972), Las heroinas olvidadas de la independencia


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