Teófilo José Jaime María Le Guillou

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Teófilo José Jaime María Le Guillou (May 4, 1790 - July 9, 1843) was the founder of the municipality of Vieques, Puerto Rico.wikipedia
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Vieques, Puerto Rico

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Teófilo José Jaime María Le Guillou (May 4, 1790 - July 9, 1843) was the founder of the municipality of Vieques, Puerto Rico.
In 1832, under an agreement with the Spanish Puerto Rican administration, Frenchman Teófilo José Jaime María Le Guillou became Governor of Vieques, and undertook to impose order on the anarchic province.

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Among them was Teófilo José Jaime María Le Guillou who in 1823 founded the municipality of Vieques, Puerto Rico.

Municipality

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Teófilo José Jaime María Le Guillou (May 4, 1790 - July 9, 1843) was the founder of the municipality of Vieques, Puerto Rico.

Quimperlé

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Le Guillou was born in Quimperlé, France.

France

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Le Guillou was born in Quimperlé, France.

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He immigrated from France to the Island of Guadaloupe in the French West Indies where he became a land owner.

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He immigrated from France to the Island of Guadaloupe in the French West Indies where he became a land owner.

United States Department of the Interior

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The cemetery where Le Guillou and his wife are buried was officially named "Las Tumbas de J. J. María le Guillou" by the United States Department of the Interior and was listed in the National Register of Historic Places in August 26, 1994, reference #94000923.