Javier Ovalle Errázuriz - Javier Ovalle Errázuriz

Javier Ovalle Errázuriz

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Deputy of the Republic of Chile
for San Felipe , Putaendo and Los Andes
1831-1834
Predecessor Pedro Prado Montaner
Successor Blas Reyes Saravia

Deputy of the Republic of Chile
for San Felipe , Putaendo and Los Andes
1837-1840
Predecessor Blas Reyes Saravia
Successor Joaquín Tocornal Jiménez

Deputy of the Republic of Chile
for Quillota and Limache
1843-1846
Predecessor Martin Adonaegui
Successor Rafael Gatica Soiza

Deputy of the Republic of Chile
for Santiago
1849-1852
Predecessor José Rafael Larraín Moxó
Successor Francisco Angel Ramirez

Personal information
Birth February 15, 1798
Chile's flag Santiago de Chile , Chile
Death July 24, 1857 (age 59)
Chile's flag Santiago de Chile , Chile
nationality Chilean
Politic party Conservative
Family
Spouse Isabel Vicuña Aguirre
Education
Educated in General José Miguel Carrera National Institute View and modify data on Wikidata
Professional information
Occupation Diplomatic

Javier Errazuriz Ovalle ( Santiago de Chile , 15 of February of 1798 - Santiago de Chile , 24 of July of 1857 ) was a Chilean politician.

Early life

Son of Don Ramón Ovalle Vivar and his first wife, Mrs. Francisca Errázuriz Aldunate . Later, in 1809 , his aunt, Mercedes Errázuriz Aldunate , became his stepmother when she remarried her father.

He studied at the National Institute and later devoted himself to agriculture on his father's farm in Maipo .

Marriage

He married Isabel Vicuña Aguirre , daughter of the former president of the Senate, Francisco Ramón Vicuña Larraín .

Political life

The relationship with his father-in-law was not the best, since Javier Ovalle belonged to a conservative family, in fact, in 1829, his father-in-law being President of the Senate, Javier was elected alternate deputy for Rancagua and Maipo , although he did not have the opportunity to join in the propiety.

After the victory of the pelucones in the Civil War of 1829 - 1830 , he moved to Santiago. He was a member of the leadership of the Conservative Party , was elected in 1831 deputy owner for San Felipe and Los Andes . Re-elected by the same department in 1837 . Elected deputy for Quillota in 1843 , and for Santiago in 1849 .

Bibliography

  • Chilean Families (Origin and Development of Chilean Families) ; Guillermo de la Cuadra Gormaz; Editorial Zamorano y Caperán, Santiago de Chile, 1982; volume I: AO.
  • Colonial Nobility of Chile , Juan Mujica de la Fuente; Editorial Zamorano y Caperán, Santiago de Chile, 1927; page 145.
  • Parliamentary reviews in the Library of the National Congress of Chile .