Tristão Ferreira da Cunha
|Born||27 July 1890|
Teófilo Otoni, Brazil
|Died||2 January 1974|
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Tristão Ferreira da Cunha (Teófilo Otoni, 27 July 1890 – Rio de Janeiro, 2 January 1974) was a Brazilian politician, lawyer and scholar.
He was father of Aécio Ferreira da Cunha and grandfather of Aécio Neves.
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Events in the year 1896 in Brazil.
Aécio Ferreira da Cunha was a Brazilian politician.
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