Marquisate of Santa Rosa

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Template:Infobox peerage title Marquisate of Santa Rosa is a noble title created for the descendants of Jerónimo Mariño de Lobeira y Sotomayor, Captain of Spanish Army, explorer and settler in New Kingdom of Granada.

Marquisses of Santa Rosa

  • Don Jerónimo Mariño de Lobeira y Sotomayor.[1] Knight of Santiago. Captain of Spanish Army, Explorer, Major Justice in Santa Rosa of Viterbo city. Married Juana de Bravo y Maldonado.
  • Don Sebastián Mariño y Miranda. Count of San Juan. Perpetual Ruler of Tunja City. Captain of Colonial Militia. Knight of Santiago. Married Rosa de los Reyes Urdos.
  • Don Miguél Mariño de los Reyes Urdos,[2] 1738. Casado con Doña María Josefa Soler y Currea, 1765, descendant from Don Juan José Correa (Currea) y Mendoza Sotomayor (House of Salceda / Marquisses of Mos) and Doña María Josefa Currea Parrales; paternal grand daughter of Don Lorenzo Soler and Doña Gertrudis de Ovalle, legitimate descendant of Don Francisco Ovalle y Ovalle,[3] Lord of Arriate, gentleman, knight of Alcantara, Ronda´s perpetual ruler and deputy at Castilian Cortes and Doña Ana Davila direct descendant of Don Alfonso Davila y Rojas, Captain of the Navy Expeditionary America, knight of Santiago and belonging to the lineage of Esteban Domingo, direct descendant of Nuño Rasura, Castilla judge according to the letter of brasoñera and lineage of Fernan Gonzalez. ("Clean all bad blood" according to ancient records succession) marriage held on June 19, 1766. Marquiss of Santa Rosa, Count of San Juan. Captain of Colonial Militia. Knight of Santiago. Captain of the King. Liutenant of the King in the Velez city.
  • Don Francisco Mariño y Soler.[4] Count of San Juan. Captain of Spanish Army. Knight of Santiago. Cavalry Captain. Liutenant Colonel of Liberty Army. Major of the Sogamoso city. Senator of the Republic of Colombia. Cincinatus. Married to Camila Franco y Currea.
  • Don Jorge Reinaldo Ruiz de Borja-Haro Mariño de Lobeira y Trastamara-Aragón, without issue.

References

  1. Restrepo Sáenz, José María / Rivas, Raimundo. Genealogías de Santa Fe de Bogotá, Volume V. Printed by: Editorial Presencia and Gente Nueva, 2000, ISBN 9789588704210.
  2. Restrepo Sáenz, José María / Rivas, Raimundo. Genealogías de Santa Fe de Bogotá, Volume V. Printed by: Editorial Presencia and Gente Nueva, 2000, ISBN 9789588704210.
  3. Piferrer, Francisco / Rujulla y Brusell, Antonio, Nobiliario de los reinos y señorios de España (revisado por A. Rujula y Busel), pag, 43, Printed by: M, Minuesa, Valverde.
  4. Rodriguéz Camargo, Jesús Alfonso, general Secretary of Congress of Republic of Colombia / Project of Law 075 from 2010, www.imprentia.gov.co, 2010.