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MarĂ­a Josefa Natera

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

From Guanajuato, she was the daughter of María Ignacia Morentín. In 1811, a court of war ordered her to pay a 300 pesos fine and that she should be imprisoned in the convent of Santa Rosa de Querétaro for a year. Her mother appealed for her release on the grounds that she had contracted tuberculosis. (Miquel i Vergés, 415)

Life Events

Other 1811She was fined and imprisoned in a convent for her independence activities.

References

Miquel i Vergés, José María, (1969), Diccionario de Insurgentes


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