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Andrea Rosas de Saguí

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: White

Biographical details

From Buenos Aires, she was the daughter of Agustina López de Osornio and León Ortiz de Rosas, the sister of Juan Manuel Rosas, and aunt of Eduarda Mansilla de García. She married Francisco Sanguí on 21 November 1814 and they supported the independence cause. In 1823 she was elected a member of the Sociedad de Beneficencia, but she declined. She and her husband retired from public life during Rosas's rule. Her daughter Andrea married Federico Mitre in 1856, brother of Bartolomé Mitre. (Sosa de Newton, 552)

Life Events

Married 1814She married Francisco Sanguí on 21 November 1814.
Other 1823She declined membership of the Sociedad de Beneficencia.
Other 1856Her daughter married Federico Mitre.


Sosa de Newton, Lily, (1986), Diccionario biográfico de mujeres argentinas


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