Antonio José DE SUCRE

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South American and Central American politician

VenezuelaBorn Antonio José Francisco DE SUCRE Y ALCALA

Venezuelan independence leader, 2nd President of Bolivia

Born on February 3, 1795 in Cumaná C. G. De Venezuela, Imperio Español

Died on June 4, 1830 in Montaña De Berruecos, Colombia

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The aristocratic Sucre family trace its roots back to origins in Flanders. It arrived in Venezuela through Charles de Sucre y Pardo, a Flemish nobleman, son of Charles Adrian de Sucre, Marquess of Peru and Buenaventura Carolina Isabel Garrido y Pardo, a Spanish noblewoman. Charles de Sucre y Pardo served as a soldier in Catalonia in 1698 and was later named Governor of Cartagena de Indias and Captain General of Cuba. On December 22, 1779, Charles de Sucre y Pardo arrived in Cumaná, Venezuela, having been named Governor of New Andalucia, which includes present-day Sucre State.

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