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Carlos Soublette (15 December 1789 – 11 February 1870) was the President of Venezuela from 1837 to 1839 and 1843 to 1847 and a hero of the Venezuelan War of Independence.[1][2]

Carlos Soublette
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President of Venezuela
In office
11 March 1837 – 1 February 1839
Preceded by José María Carreño
Succeeded by José Antonio Páez
In office
28 January 1843 – 1 March 1847
Preceded by José Antonio Páez
Succeeded by José Tadeo Monagas
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela
In office
24 February 1858 – 4 April 1859
President Julián Castro
Preceded by Luis Sanojo
Succeeded by Pedro de las Casas
Personal details
Born (1789-12-15)15 December 1789
La Guaira, Vargas
Died 11 February 1870(1870-02-11) (aged 80)
Caracas
Spouse(s) Olalla Buroz y Tovar
Signature
Military service
Service/branch Venezuelan Patriotic Army
Years of service 1810-1830 (active)
Rank Divisional General

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Personal lifeEdit

Soublette was married to Olalla Buroz y Tovar, who served as First Lady of Venezuela from 1837 to 1839 and 1843 to 1847.[citation needed]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ (in Spanish) Carlos Soublette Archived 16 July 2011 at the Wayback Machine. — Official biography.
  2. ^ (in Spanish) Carlos Soublette Biography

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Political offices
Preceded by
José María Carreño
8th President of Venezuela
11 March 1837 – 1 February 1839
Succeeded by
José Antonio Páez
Preceded by
José Antonio Páez
10th President of Venezuela
28 January 1843 – 1 March 1847
Succeeded by
José Tadeo Monagas
Preceded by
Luis Sanojo
49th Minister of Foreign Affairs of Venezuela
24 February 1858-4 April 1859
Succeeded by
Pedro de las Casas