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MarĂ­a de los Dolores "Mariquita" Roche DomĂ­nguez de ParĂ­s

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

Born in 1804, into one of Bogotá's leading families, she was the daughter of José Manuel de la Roche y O'Riam and María Josefa Domínguez del Castillo. She and her mother were exiled from Bogotá during the Morillo's reign of terror, around 1816, their wealth was confiscated and they were sent to the pueblo Fusagasugá, having to walk for part of the journey. She was probably held in the Cárcel Chiquito before being exiled. (Monsalve, 149, 159)

She married Joaquín París Ricaurte, later president of the Republic. She and her mother were among those who greeted Bolívar on his triumphant arrival in Bogotá in 1819. París was with Bolívar and they were married one week later. Santander was padrino at the wedding. París was later General of the Republic and Minister of War. (Monsalve, 150-153)

Related to José María Domíngez Roche?

Life Events

Born 1804
Other 1816She was exiled from Bogotá and her wealth confiscated around this time.
Other 1819She was among those who greeted Bolívar in Bogotá.
Married 1820She married JoaquĂ­n ParĂ­s Ricaurte.

References

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

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


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