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José Ángel Navarro (elder)

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José Ángel Navarro (1784–1836), known as José Ángel Navarro (the elder), was born in San Antonio de Béxar and became a soldier under Spanish Texas. He was the son of Ángel Navarro, a brother to Texas statesman José Antonio Navarro, and an uncle to Texas legislator José Ángel Navarro III.[1]

Navarro was two-term alcalde (mayor) of San Antonio in Spanish Texas.[2] As alcalde, he was one of the seven community leaders to sign the December 19, 1832 Béxar Remonstrance, a petition to the Mexican government regarding what they felt was "the historic neglect of San Antonio in particular and Texas in general".[3][4][5]

He died June 13, 1836 at his home.

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References

  1. ^ Camilla, Campbell. "José Ángel Navarro (the elder)". Handbook of Texas Online. Texas State Historical Association. Retrieved February 23, 2016.
  2. ^ "Mayors and Alcaldes". City of San Antonio. Retrieved February 23, 2016.
  3. ^ "On This Day in Texas History, December 19, 1832: The Bexar Remonstrances". medium.com/@OfficialAlamo. 2016-12-19. Retrieved 2020-07-23.
  4. ^ Thrall, A. M., H. S. (1876). A History of Texas. New York, NY: University Publishing Company. p. 54.
  5. ^ Garrison, George P. (1907–1908). "Letter from Stephen F. Austin dated April 17, 1833". The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association. 11: 173.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Erasmo Seguín
Alcalde of San Antonio, Texas
1821–1822
Succeeded by
José María Salinas
Preceded by
Juan Seguín
Alcalde of San Antonio, Texas
1835–1836
Succeeded by
Francisco Antonio Ruiz
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