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Brígido Martín Joaquín Guadalupe Del Fernández Chicarro Bernal (México City, October 8, 1865 - ¿?) He was a Mexican military man who participated in the Mexican Revolution. As custodian of the murder of Francisco I. Madero and Governor of Queretaro.

BiographyEdit

Joaquin Chicarro was born in Mexico City in 1865, parents Francisco and Dolores Bernal Chicarro . Joaquin lived in 1875 in Mexico City , Federal District.[1]

beginningsEdit

Chicarro had been a companion of General Victoriano Huerta in the campaign against the rebellion led by General Canuto A. Neri in the state of Guerrero, in 1893 , where it most likely befriended him, and perhaps this was designated to care Madero, taking care that the defendant had no contact with the outside . After the triumph of Huerta , he held important positions in the military Candidate School , was part of Staff and became governor of Queretaro. In just over a year, he managed to climb to brigadier general. Colonel and general.[2]

GovernorEdit

Governor González de Cosío resigned in 1911, replaced by Joaquín F.Chicarro, who was allied with Victoriano Huerta and more authoritarian.[3][4]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Joaquin Chicarro historical data and family trees on Joaquin Chicarro . The data can include photos, original documents, family history, relatives, specific dates, locations and full names.
  2. Los autores del magnicidio de Madero y Pino Suárez (in spanish)
  3. El blog del Bicentenario en Querétaro | Una bitácora sobre las celebraciones queretanas del 2010 (in spanish)
  4. Book:“Querétaro y sus gobernantes”. Ma. Concepción Lámbarri Malo, coordinator. Francisco Javier Meyer Cosío. Earlier that year 1914 "occurred the death of the engineer Francisco Gonzalez de Cosio, the porfirista governor of Queretaro. The queretana political continuity was great , because while most porfiristas governors went into exile in 1911 , Cosio was not only in Mexico , but served as deputy senator Queretaro. Chicarro recognized his porfirista to pay official honors the body of Cosio link ; Professor Luis Balvanera delivered a funeral on behalf of the governor Chicarro praise. Cosio at death had the title of Meritorious Citizen of Queretaro."

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