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David Negrete Fernández

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David Negrete Fernández
Spouse(s)Emilia Moreno Anaya (died in 1953)[1]
ChildrenConsuelo Negrete Moreno
Jorge Negrete Moreno[2]
Emilia Negrete Moreno
Teresa Negrete Moreno
David Negrete Moreno
Rubén Negrete Moreno

David Negrete Fernández (Spanish pronunciation: [daˈβið neˈɣɾete feɾˈnandes]) was a Mexican colonel who participated in the Mexican Revolution.[3] He was also a musician.[4][5]

Biography

David fought alongside military officer Felipe Ángeles as a part of División del Norte.[6]

He married Emilia Moreno Anaya,[7][8] who bore him:

David was a math teacher in Mexico City. He was also a father-in-law of Elisa Christy and María Félix.[9][10]

See also

References

  1. ^ Emilia Moreno
  2. ^ Jorge el bueno: la vida de Jorge Negrete, Volume 1 by Enrique Serna
  3. ^ The Billboard guide to Tejano and regional Mexican music by Ramiro Burr. Page 157.
  4. ^ NARANJO, Francisco (1935). Diccionario biográfico Revolucionario (Imprenta Editorial "Cosmos" edición)
  5. ^ El origen del mariachi coculense: una cultura con mariachi, charros y tequila. Written by Efrain De la Cruz.
  6. ^ The Course of Mexican History: Seventh Edition Michael Meyer
  7. ^ Ancestry.com, One World Tree (sm), Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., n.d., Online publication – Ancestry.com. OneWorldTree [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc.
  8. ^ Parejas by Guadalupe Loaeza
  9. ^ María Félix official website
  10. ^ Félix, María (1994). Todas mis Guerras. Clío. pp. 52, 84. ISBN 968-6932-08-9.
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