Manuel Doblado

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Manuel Doblado
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Minister of Foreign Affairs
In office
1861–1861
President Benito Juárez
Governor of Guanajuato
In office
1854–1858
In office
1860–1861
Governor of Jalisco
In office
November 1863 January 1864
Personal details
Born(1818-06-12)12 June 1818
San Pedro, Piedra Gorda, Guanajuato
Died 19 June 1865(1865-06-19) (aged 47)
New York City, United States
Nationality Mexican
Military service
Allegiance Liberal
Rank General

Manuel Doblado Partida (12 June 1818 – 19 June 1865) was a prominent Mexican liberal politician and lawyer who served as congressman, Governor of Guanajuato, Minister of Foreign Affairs (1861) in the cabinet of President Juárez and fought in the War of Reform. [1]

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He was born in San Pedro, Piedra Gorda, Guanajuato, retired to the U.S. for health reasons, and died in New York City. [1] [2]

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References

  1. 1 2 Instituto Nacional de Estudios Históricos de las Revoluciones de México. "Manuel Doblado" (pdf) (in Spanish). Retrieved 2008-06-11.[ dead link ]
  2. Brian Hamnett, Juárez, New York: Longmans 1994, p. 271.