Tomás Martínez

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Tomás Martínez Guerrero (21 December 1820 – 12 March 1873) was the President of Nicaragua between 15 November 1857 and 1 March 1867.wikipedia
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Tomás Martínez Guerrero (21 December 1820 – 12 March 1873) was the President of Nicaragua between 15 November 1857 and 1 March 1867.

Máximo Jerez

Maximo Jerez
From 24 June 1857 to 19 October or 15 November 1857, he acted jointly as the 34th President in a dual Junta with the Liberal Máximo Jerez formed on 23 January.
On 23 January 1857 Jerez formed a dual Junta government with the Conservative Tomás Martínez and they acted jointly as Presidents of Nicaragua, from 24 June 1857 to 19 October or 15 November 1857.

William Walker (filibuster)

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He was put in power by the other Central American countries after they drove out William Walker in 1857.

Nicaragua

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Tomás Martínez Guerrero (21 December 1820 – 12 March 1873) was the President of Nicaragua between 15 November 1857 and 1 March 1867.

Nagarote

Nagarote, León Department
He was born in Nagarote, son of Joaquín Martínez and María Guerrero Mora.

León, Nicaragua

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He died in León, Nicaragua.

Legitimist Party (Nicaragua)

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After several years of civil war between the Legitimists and the Democrats, a provisional government was established in June 1857 which had as its joint leaders the legitimist Tomás Martínez and the democrat Máximo Jerez.

Lucas Boyé

Four days later, on 31 August, Boyé scored his first goal in the Primera División off an assist from Tomas Martinez, the third in a match which River won 3–1 against San Lorenzo.

Florencio Xatruch

In Nicaragua, Xatruch was named Director of Eastern Highways, by president Tomás Martínez, and he worked building the highways to Mataere, Masatepe and Jinotepe.

WLUW

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Ciudad Darío

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In 1857, Metapa was included in the newly formed Matagalpa Department by the government of General Tomás Martínez.

San José de los Remates

On August 6, 1861, by resolution of General Tomás Martínez, head of the government, the municipality of San José de los Remates was created.

Adán Cárdenas

Adan Cardenas
He was married to Gertrudis Martínez Solórzano, daughter of Tomás Martínez Guerrero, 36th President of Nicaragua, and wife Gertrudis Solórzano Zavala.

Fernando Chamorro Alfaro

Fernando
He immediately appointed Pedro Joaquín Chamorro Alfaro as General Minister and General Tomás Martínez Guerrero as Commander of the Army.

Patricio Rivas

Shortly thereafter, on June 24, a triumvirate took office, composed of Máximo Jerez and Tomás Martínez Guerrero, which ended the turbulent government of Patricio Rivas.

José María Estrada

Estrada returned to Nicaragua, who decided to reorganize his government in Somotillo on 21 June 1856, and appointed Tomás Martínez as the Commander in Chief of the military.