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Mariana de Vives de Tello

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Biographical details

From Bogotá, she married Coronel Manuel Asencio Tello, who was executed by the royalists in Neiva on 7 October 1816. She and her children were exiled to La Mesa, far from her family. One of her young sons suffered a serious illness and died. She married her eldest daughter, Rafaela, aged 13, to Gregorio Castro. (Monsalve, 164)

Life Events

Other 1816Her husband was executed on 7 October 1816; she and her children were exiled.


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


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