Marquess of Las Carreras
Marquess of Las Carreras was a hereditary marquisal title in the Spanish nobility. It was created in 1862 by Queen Isabella II to Lt. General Pedro Santana, landholder and the 1st President of the Dominican Republic, following his retirement as Governor-General of Santo Domingo in 1862. The title honoured Santana's victory over Haiti in the Battle of Las Carreras in 1849.
Marquesses of Las Carreras (1862)Edit
- Pedro Santana, 1st Marquess of Las Carreras (1801–1864)
- Títulos Nobiliarios en la República Dominicana (Artículo del Instituto Dominicano de Geneaología (Dominican Institute of Genealogy) in Spanish
- Gaceta de Madrid (Boletin Oficial del Estado of Spain) 31 March 1862, nº 90 (Spanish)
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