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Joaquín Ramiro
File:File:Joaquín Ramiro.jpg
Portrait of Joaquín María Ramiro
Birth name Joaquín María Ramiro Larrechea Campos:
Born 1800
Died 1860
Place of birth Buenos Aires, Argentina
Place of death Paraná, Entre Ríos, Argentina
Allegiance Argentine Confederation
Rank Colonel
Battles/wars Battle of Cancha Rayada
Battle of Maipú
Cisplatine War
Battle of Márquez Bridge
Revolution of the Restorers
Great Siege of Montevideo
Battle of Caseros
Siege of Buenos Aires
Spouse(s) Jacoba Alagón

Joaquín María Ramiro (1800-1860) was an Argentine military man, who took part in the Argentine War of Independence, and military civic conflicts between Unitarios and Federales.[1] He held the position of Edecán during the presidency of Santiago Derqui.[2]

BiographyEdit

Ramiro was born in Buenos Aires, son of Don Francisco de Paula Ramiro and Doña Basilia Eduviges Larrachea Campos, belonging to an illustrious family. He began his military career at eighteen, serving in 1st Batallón de Cazadores de los Andes, and participating heroically in the battles of Cancha Rayada and Maipú,[3] he was promoted to second lieutenant by General José de San Martín.[4] Ramiro also served in San Juan and Mendoza at the orders of his uncle the Governor of that province Don Pedro José Campos. In 1820 he was designated as intermediary by Mariano Mendizábal to agree to the separation of the provinces of Mendoza, San Juan and San Luis from the Intendencia de Cuyo.[5] Back in Buenos Aires, Joaquín Ramiro was appointed to serve as a lieutenant in the Hussar Regiment, and participated actively in military expeditions against the Indians, carried out by Governor Martín Rodríguez. Later with the rank of Captain of the Caballeria, he participated in the Brazilian War.[6]

Ramiro was a loyal officer of the army of Juan Manuel de Rosas, serving in the Batalla de Puente de Márquez and during the Revolución de los Restauradores. In 1840, he was in charge of the 1.° Batallón de Voluntarios Rebajados of Buenos Aires, a military unit of the city,[7] that served as support for the besieging forces of Manuel Oribe in Montevideo. In the Batalla de Caseros, he served as a staff officer of the army of Rosas.[8]

Joaquín María Ramiro was Edecán of Juan José Viamonte, Juan Manuel de Rosas, Justo José de Urquiza and Santiago Derqui.[9] He died in the city of Parana, Entre Ríos, where he fulfilled administrative functions as Captain of the Port of that province.[10]

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Campañas militares argentinas: Guerra exterior y luchas internas (1865-1874)". Isidoro J. Ruiz Moreno. https://books.google.com.ar/books?id=dP8MAQAAMAAJ&q=Joaqu%C3%ADn+Ramiro+buenos+aires&dq=Joaqu%C3%ADn+Ramiro+buenos+aires&hl=es-419&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjErZfFnuDYAhVOl5AKHY_fCNY4ChDoAQgpMAE. 
  2. "Revista de historia entrerriana, Issues 6-8". Argentina. https://books.google.com.ar/books?id=XfozAQAAIAAJ&q=joaquin+ramiro+edecan+derqui+buenos+aires&dq=joaquin+ramiro+edecan+derqui+buenos+aires&hl=es-419&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwir3sWuu-DYAhXHgJAKHQWFAckQ6AEILzAC. 
  3. "El pintor Gras y la iconografía histórica sud americana". El Ateneo,, 1946. https://books.google.com.ar/books?id=mDxdAAAAMAAJ&q=Francisco+de+Paula+Ramiro++Basilia+Eduviges+Larrachea+Campos.&dq=Francisco+de+Paula+Ramiro++Basilia+Eduviges+Larrachea+Campos.&hl=es-419&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjo2v7Io-DYAhWCHpAKHZhxADsQ6AEIMjAD. 
  4. "La familia Campos en la historia y la genealogía". Susana T. P. de Domínguez Soler. https://books.google.com.ar/books?id=tvdKAQAAIAAJ&q=joaquin+maria+ramiro+teniente+mendoza&dq=joaquin+maria+ramiro+teniente+mendoza&hl=es-419&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiijYzjqODYAhWKEJAKHSArATkQ6AEITzAJ. 
  5. "Gobernadores de San Juan". Editorial Sanjuanina. https://books.google.com.ar/books?id=HYvjAAAAMAAJ&q=joaquin+maria+ramiro+intendencia+de+cuyo&dq=joaquin+maria+ramiro+intendencia+de+cuyo&hl=es-419&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwirob3OrODYAhVEgpAKHeVkC5gQ6AEILjAC. 
  6. "La masonería argentina a través de sus hombres". Alcibíades Lappas. https://books.google.com.ar/books?id=8wHOAAAAMAAJ&q=joaquin+ramiro+husares+buenos+aires&dq=joaquin+ramiro+husares+buenos+aires&hl=es-419&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjHi5e3sODYAhWKHZAKHavbDCcQ6AEISTAI. 
  7. "Vida política de Juan Manuel de Rosas, a través de su correspondencia, Volume 4". Ediciones Trivium. https://books.google.com.ar/books?id=Ho1oAAAAMAAJ&q=joaquin+ramiro+Batall%C3%B3n+de+Voluntarios+Rebajados+de+Buenos+Aires&dq=joaquin+ramiro+Batall%C3%B3n+de+Voluntarios+Rebajados+de+Buenos+Aires&hl=es-419&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiW8_2ooeDYAhXFQ5AKHds_BDoQ6AEIMjAD. 
  8. "Revista del Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Históricas Juan Manuel de Rosas, Issues 54-57". Instituto Nacional de Investigaciones Históricas Juan Manuel de Rosas. https://books.google.com.ar/books?id=5vpoAAAAMAAJ&q=joaquin+ramiro+juan+manuel+de+rosas&dq=joaquin+ramiro+juan+manuel+de+rosas&hl=es-419&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwijzunxvuDYAhVFkpAKHcadDisQ6AEIMjAD. 
  9. "El pintor Gras y la iconografía histórica sud americana". El Ateneo,, 1946. https://books.google.com.ar/books?id=mDxdAAAAMAAJ&q=joaquin+ramiro+edecan+derqui+buenos+aires&dq=joaquin+ramiro+edecan+derqui+buenos+aires&hl=es-419&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwir3sWuu-DYAhXHgJAKHQWFAckQ6AEIJTAA. 
  10. "Revista, Issue 1". Centro de Genealogía de Entre Ríos. https://books.google.com.ar/books?id=3jQLAAAAYAAJ&q=joaquin+ramiro+capitan+puerto+parana+buenos+aires&dq=joaquin+ramiro+capitan+puerto+parana+buenos+aires&hl=es-419&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjm5-iVveDYAhUFPJAKHbvRAcEQ6AEIRDAH. 

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