CORDERO Y BUSTAMANTE, ANTONIO

BID Number
17296
Birth
1753: CADIZ, ESPANA
Death
1823 Mar 24: N.P.
Occupation
1767: ZAMORA, ESPANA/CADET (INFANTRY REGIMENT)
1770: NUEVA ESPANA/(CAME WITH THE INFANTRY REGIMENT OFZAMORA)
1771 Sep 16: MEXICO CITY/(DRAGONES DE ESPANA)
1772 Jul 02: MEXICO CITY/STANDARD BEARER (DRAGONES DEESPANA)
1774 Aug 14: MEXICO CITY/ALFEREZ (DRAGONES DE ESPANA)
1781 Jun 01: NUEVA VIZCAYA/LT. (DRAGONES DE ESPANA)
1784 Aug 09: NUEVA VIZCAYA/CAPITAN
1787 May: NUEVA VIZCAYA/CABALLERO DEL ORDEN DE SANTIAGO
1789 Jul 01: NUEVA VIZCAYA/LT. COLONEL
1790 Jun: NUEVA VIZCAYA/INSPECTOR GENERAL OF PROVINCIASINTERNAS
1791: NUEVA VIZCAYA/COMMANDER OF ARMED FORCES
1794 JUL 14 - 1796 DEC 22: NUEVA VIZCAYA/INSPECTORGENERAL OF PROVINCIAS INTERNAS
1796 DEC: COAHUILA/GOV. INSPECTOR GENERAL OFPROVINCIAS INTERNAS
1798 DEC: COAHUILA/GOV. INSPECTOR GENERAL OFPROVINCIAS INTERNAS
1805 SEP 10 - 1808 NOV 08: TEXAS/GOV., COLONEL
1809 APR 17 - 1815 NOV: COAHUILA/GOV. COLONEL
1811 JAN 07: AQUANUEVA/(CAPTURED BY GENERALJIMENEZ OF THE INDEPENDENCE FORCES)
1813: SONORA Y SINALOA/GOV., BRIGADIER
1816 MAY 17 - 1818 JUL: SONORA Y SINALOA/GOV.,BRIGADIER
1818 JUL 07 -1819 MAR 25: NUEVA VIZCAYA/GOV.,BRIGADIER
1818 NOV 12 - 1819 APR 24: N.P./GOV., BRIGADIER
1819 OCT: SONORA Y SINALOA/GOV., BRIGADIER
1820 JUN: SONORA Y SINALOA/GOV., BRIGADIER(SWORE ALLEGIANCE TO CONSTITUTION OF CADIZ)
1820 SEP: SONORA Y SINALOA/GOV., BRIGADIER
1822 JUL 30: MEXICO CITY/BRIGADIER CABALLERO DELORDEN DE GUADALUPE COMMAND. OF PROV. INTERNAS
1822 DEC: PROVINCIAS INTERNAS/MARISCAL DE CAMPO
1823 MAR: PROVINCIAS INTERNAS/MARISCAL DE CAMPO
Ethnicity
ESPANOL
Notes
1784 : (AUG 9) COMMANDER OF THE 4TH FLYING COMP. AND THE PRESIDIAL COMPANIES OF JANOS AND SAN BUENAVENTURA. 1789 : (JUL 1)IN CHARGE OF THE 4TH SECTION OF REGIONAL TROOPS OF NUEVA VIZCAYA. 1792 : WITH GEN. GREMASET (GOV. OF SONORA AND SINALOA) ON EXPEDITION TO RE-OPEN ROAD FROM ARIZPE TO NEW MEXICO FIRST USED BY ANZA. 1796 : (DEC)INTERIM GOV. SEPT. 10, 1805 : APPARENTLY WAS GOV. OF BOTH TEXAS AND COAHUILA FROM 1805 TO 1813. PARTICIPATED IN MORE THAN 40 CAMPAIGNS AGAINST APACHES AND COMANCHES. 1811 : (JAN 7)WAS HELD PRISONER FOR 2 MONTHS AND THEN REGAINED HIS FREEDOM AND CONTINUED AS GOV. OF COAHUILA. 1813 : NAMED BUT NEVER TOOK POSSESSION OF THE OFFICE BECAUSE HE WAS STILL NEEDED IN COAHUILA. 1818 : (OCT 12) INTERIM COMMANDER OF PROVINCIAS INTERNAS. 1820 : (SEP) RESIGNED HIS OFFICE AND COMMISSION, NOT FAVORING INDEPENDENCE, AND WENT TO COAHUILA. 1822 : (JUL 30)ACCEPTS INDEPENDENCE. ITURBIDE CONVINCES HIM TO SERVE NEWLY INDEPENDENT MEXICO. 1823 : (MAR)REFUSES TO ACCEPT SANTA ANNA'S PLAN DE CASA MATA.
Source
ALMADA
Sources
ALMADA: DICCIONARIO CHIHUAHUENSES (1968) BANNON: THE SPANISH BORDERLANDS FRONTIER (1970) ALESSIO ROBLES: COAHUILA Y TEXAS ... (1938) NAVARRO GARCIA: DON JOSE DE GALVEZ Y LA COMANDANCIA ...(1964) JONES JR.: PUEBLO WARRIORS AND SPANISH CONQUEST (1979) WEDDLE: THE SAN SABA MISSION, SPANISH PIVOT IN TEXAS (1964) HABIG: THE ALAMO CHAIN OF MISSIONS (1968) BARNES, ET. AL.: NORTHERN NEW SPAIN (1981)
Variant Spelling
CORDERO, ANTONIO
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