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MarĂ­a del Rosario Iribarren

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Gender: F
Ethnic origin: Unknown

Biographical details

She was among a group of women from Barinas province, Venezuela, who in 1811 wrote to the governor offering to enlist in the republican army. Their offer was rejected, but their letter was printed in the Gaceta de Caracas on 5 November 1811. (Tosta, 72.)

General O'Leary mentions a Juan Guillermo Iribarren (1797-1828) who was with Pedro Briceño Méndez and others in a council of war in Los llanos, 1819. (Humphreys, 54.)

Life Events

Other 1811She offered to fight for the republican cause.

References

Tosta, Virgilio, (1987), Historia de Barinas

Humphreys, R. A., (1969), The ´Detached Recollections' of General D. F. O'Leary

PĂ©rez Vila, Manuel, (1983), Gaceta de Caracas


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