Fruto Chamorro

Fruto Chamorro Pérez
Fruto Chamorro Pérez (20 October 1804 – 12 March 1855) was the 30th and 31st President of Nicaragua between 1 April 1853 and 30 April 1854 and between 30 April 1854 and 12 March 1855 now with the actual title of President, the first thirty being called Supreme Directors.wikipedia
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Fruto Chamorro Pérez (20 October 1804 – 12 March 1855) was the 30th and 31st President of Nicaragua between 1 April 1853 and 30 April 1854 and between 30 April 1854 and 12 March 1855 now with the actual title of President, the first thirty being called Supreme Directors.

Fernando Chamorro Alfaro

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His half brothers and sisters, Pedro Joaquín, Dionisio, Carmen, Mercedes and Fernando grew under his guardianship.
Fernando Chamorro was a firm supporter of the Conservative Party, which was dominated during his youth by his half-brother and guardian, Fruto Chamorro.

Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Alfaro

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His half brothers and sisters, Pedro Joaquín, Dionisio, Carmen, Mercedes and Fernando grew under his guardianship.
By Josefa Peréz ... his father had a natural son, born before his marriage, Fruto Chamorro Pérez, 30th and 31st President of Nicaragua.

José María Estrada

In preparation for the siege, President Chamorro placed himself at the headquarters of the Army and left executive authority with his deputy, José María Estrada.
José María Estrada (1802 in Granada – 13 August 1856 in Ocotal) was the President of Nicaragua under Fruto Chamorro command to direct the war, from 12 April to 23 October 1855.

Nicaragua

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Fruto Chamorro Pérez (20 October 1804 – 12 March 1855) was the 30th and 31st President of Nicaragua between 1 April 1853 and 30 April 1854 and between 30 April 1854 and 12 March 1855 now with the actual title of President, the first thirty being called Supreme Directors.

Guatemala City

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Born in Guatemala City in 1804 to Bayardo Paez, he was initially known as Fruto Pérez.

Chamorro (family)

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His father, Pedro José Chamorro Argüello, had come to Guatemala from Nicaragua for graduate studies.

Conservative Party (Nicaragua)

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Fruto's father was one of the founders of the Conservative Party of Nicaragua, centered on the city of Granada.

Granada, Nicaragua

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Fruto's father was one of the founders of the Conservative Party of Nicaragua, centered on the city of Granada.

History of Central America

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In 1842, an attempt was made to reestablish a union of Central American states as the Central American Confederation, in accord with the "Pact of Chinandega".

Chinandega

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In 1842, an attempt was made to reestablish a union of Central American states as the Central American Confederation, in accord with the "Pact of Chinandega".

El Salvador

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It was to include El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua.

Honduras

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It was to include El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua.

León, Nicaragua

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They initiated a civil war by establishing their own government in León in May 1854, with the support of the governments of Honduras and El Salvador.

Máximo Jerez

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A force under the command of General Máximo Jerez was sent to besiege Granada.

Hacienda

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A victim of dysentery, Fruto Chamorro died at his hacienda outside Granada on 12 March 1855.

Filibuster (military)

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A few months later, the city was taken in a surprise attack by the filibuster William Walker.

William Walker (filibuster)

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A few months later, the city was taken in a surprise attack by the filibuster William Walker.

List of Nicaraguans

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Emiliano Chamorro Vargas

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He was the son of Salvador Chamorro Oreamuno and wife Gregoria Vargas Báez, paternal grandson of Dionisio Chamorro Alfaro and wife Mercedes Oreamuno ..., grand-nephew of Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Alfaro, 39th President of Nicaragua, and Fernando Chamorro Alfaro and half-grand-nephew of Fruto Chamorro Pérez, 30th and 31st President of Nicaragua.