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Josefa Manrique Sanz de SantamarĂ­a de Ricaurte

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: White

Biographical details

The daughter of Francisco González Manrique and Manuela Sanz de Santamaría, and sister of José Angel and Telmo Manrique Sanz de Santamaría. She attended her mother's Buen Gusto tertulias in Bogotá. She married Miguel Ricaurte, and was mother of Isadoro Ricaurte, an official of Nariño who died in battle in 1822. In August 1816 she and her family were sent into exile to Tena (Ecuador) by Morillo. They were probably held in the Cárcel Chiquita before being exiled. (Monsalve, 156, 159, 172)

Part of the González Manrique, Alvarez, Ricaurte, París, Pardo, Nariño clan. (Monsalve, 139)

Life Events

Other 1816She was sent to exile in Tena by Morillo in August 1816.
Other 1822Her son, Isidoro Ricaurte died in battle.

References

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

Davies, Catherine, Brewster, Claire and Owen, Hilary, (2006), South American Independence. Gender, Politics, Text


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