Eugenio Lerdo de Tejada

Eugenio Lerdo de Tejada (c.1720 – c.1800) was a Spanish merchant and politician, who held various public positions in Buenos Aires during the colonial period, including like mayor and regidor of the city.[1]

Eugenio Lerdo de Tejada
Alcalde of Buenos Aires
In office
1765–1766
MonarchCharles III
Preceded byJuan Miguel de Esparza
Succeeded byJuan de Lezica y Torrezuri
Personal details
BornXVIII century
La Rioja
DiedXVIII century
Buenos Aires, Argentina
NationalityFlag of New Spain.svg Spanish
OccupationPolitician
ProfessionJurist
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BiographyEdit

He was born in Nájera, La Rioja, Spain, and was married in Buenos Aires to María Josefa Bustillo de Zeballos, daughter of Ignacio de Bustillos y Zeballos and Ana Domíguez Rabanal, belonging to a distinguished family.[2]

Eugenio Lerdo de Tejada was appointed as procurator of Buenos Aires in 1762,[3] and served for two terms as mayor of first vote of Buenos Aires, elected in 1761 and 1764.[4] He also served as Corregidor of Oruro during the viceroyalty of José Manso de Velasco.[5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Power and Violence in the Colonial City, Oscar Cornblit, 30 January 2003, ISBN 9780521533157
  2. ^ Diáspora vasca, William A. Douglass, Carmelo Urza, Linda White, Joseba Zulaika, 1999, ISBN 9781877802058
  3. ^ Buenos Aires vista por sus procuradores (1580–1821), María Isabel Seoane, 1992
  4. ^ Registro estadístico de la provincia de Buenos Aires, Partes1-2, Buenos Aires Province, 1860
  5. ^ J. A. Manso de Velasco, conde de Superunda [1761];, Perú, 1859

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