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Casa Calvo, Sebastián Calvo de la Puerta y O'Farrill, marqués de, 1751-1820


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    • Bari Calvo de la Puerta, Sebastián Nicolás de marqués de Casa Calvo, 1751-1820
    • Calvo de la Puerta, Sebastián Nicolás de Bari, marqués de Casa Calvo, 1751-1820
    • Calvo, Sebastián Nicolás de Bari Calvo de la Puerta, marqués de Casa, 1751-1820
    • Casa Calvo, Sebastián Nicolás de Bari Calvo de la Puerta, marqués de, 1751-1820
    • De Casa Calvo, Sebastián Nicolás de Bari Calvo de la Puerta, marqués, 1751-1820
    • Puerta, Sebastián Nicolás de Bari Calvo de la, marqués de Casa Calvo, 1751-1820
    • Sebastián Nicolás de Bari Calvo de la Puerta, marqués de Casa Calvo, 1751-1820
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        1751
    • Death Date

        1820
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    • found: NUCMC data from University of West Florida, Spec. Coll. Dept. for Panton, Leslie & Company collection, 1739-1987(Marque de Casa Calvo)
    • found: Handbook of Texas online, July 11, 2001(Casa Calvo, Marqués de (1751-?); Sebastián Nicolás de Bari Calvo de la Puerta, Marqués de Casa Calvo, Spanish military officer, was born in Havana on August 11, 1751)
    • found: Don Manuel de Salcedo ... y Don Sebastian Calvo de la Puerta y O'Farrill, marques de Casa-Calvo ... comisionados por S.M. para la entrega de esta provincia a la Republica Francesa, 1803.
    • found: Dict. of Louisiana biog., 1988(Casa Calvo, Sebastián Calvo de la Puerta y O'Farrill, marqués de; officer in Spanish army in Cuba; interim governor of Spanish Louisiana Sept. 18, 1799-July 14, 1801; returned to Louisiana in May 1803 to assist Gov. Manuel de Salcedo in the transfer of Louisiana to France to be included in the Louisiana Purchase; remained in Louisiana as "commissioner of limits" to determine the new boundary between Spanish Texas and the United States; order by Gov. Claiborne of Louisiana to leave in 1806; went to Spain where, in 1808, he sided with Joseph I, the intrusive French king on the Spanish throne; b. Havana ca. 1751; d. in exile in Paris in May 1820)
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