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Este árbol traza la Famila Cabrera y Defran de Monte Adentro en Licey al Medio República Dominicana y la Famila Taveras y Alba de Uberal en Licey al Medio República Dominicana.
This family tree traces the Cabrera and Defran of Monte Adentro in Licey
al Medio Dominican Republic and the Taveras and Alba of Uberal in Licey al
Medio Dominican Republic.
Usted encontrará sobre cuatro diferentes variantes del apellido Taveras debido a
la mutación de información al entrar del secretario Entre estos son Tabares,
Tabera, Tavera y Taveras. Es mi creencia de que Tavera es la verdadera
variante de esta apellido. Y unos de Alba y Defran (Alva)(Defrank)
You will find about four different Variants of the Taveras
surname due to Mutation by clerk's when entering information
Among these are Taberas, Tabera, Tavera and Taveras. It's my belief that Tavera is the
true Variant of this surname.
Si usted cree que me puede ayudar a expandir este árbol por favor enviar un correo electrónico
a email@example.com, también me gustaría tener en cuenta sus comentarios.
If you believe that you can help me expand this tree please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, I would
also like to note your comments.
Population of Santiago de los Caballeros
1715 600 Calculated
1815 2,000 Calculated
1875 833 Monte Adentro and Licey al Medio
CHRONOLOGY OF THE MOST IMPORTANT HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENTS OF THE CITY OF Santiago de los Caballeros:
1495: A fortress with the name of Santiago, was erected by Admiral Christopher Columbus
on the banks of the Yaque del Norte River, near where the city of Santiago is today.
1504: The city of Santiago is moved by Comendador Nicolas de Ovando, to the North, in
the locality known as Jacagua, in its Jacagua headquarters it is repopulated by the Knights
who still remained of the agonizing Isabela (city Primada de America) The tradition asserts
that from that date it begins to be called Santiago de los Caballeros.
1508: The Spanish King Fernando el Católico, grants the coat of arms to the town of
Santiago: A red shield with five white veneras. With a white border there are seven colored
veneras in it. The veneras were associated with the beaches of Galicia where Santiago de
Compostela was, was therefore the symbol of the pilgrim who had visited Holy Lands.
1562: A strong earthquake totally destroys Santiago, next to other Spanish colonies
between which was Conception of the Vega. The city is re-established on the banks of the
Yaque River, where it is currently located ..
1660: Santiago is sacked and burned by the pirate Fernand de la Fleur.
1690: The city defends itself victoriously, against the French located in the western
portion of the island in the battle of "The Lemonade"
1775: An earthquake affects Santiago.
1783: An earthquake affects Santiago.
1805: The massacre of Moca and Santiago at the hands of Haitian troops. It is estimated that 25,000 Dominicans were executed at the hands of Haitian troops, this is a frighning number considering that the Dominican population of the time didn't reached 80,000 souls.
1822: Santiago is occupied by the Haitian troops, every progressive progress is stopped
for 22 years
1842: Strong earthquake affects the city of Santiago, great part of its population dies.
1844: Santiago is the site of the famous battle carried out on March 30, in which the
numerically disadvantaged Dominican troops defeat the Army of the North Haitian commanded by
the General Pierrot, consolidating thus the Dominican Independence proclaimed the 27 of
February of the same year
1857: Political movement directed by Valverde, Rojas, Espaillat, Bono etc., in which
Santiago is declared capital of the Republic, in a revolutionary action of high principles.
1863: September 6, Santiago is totally destroyed fighting against the Spanish troops
besieged in the Fortress San Luis
1863: September 14, after being burnt down and destroyed almost entirely to expel the
Spaniards from it, Santiago is declared capital of the Restoration Government in the Restoration
Wars of Independence.
1865: End of the War of Restoration of the Independence, expulsion of the Spaniards
from the Dominican Republic.
1897: August 16, Inauguration of the Dominican Central Railway Stgo-Puerto Plata, which
efficiently links Santiago, heart of the Cibao with its Puerto Plata natural harbor
1915: Inauguration of the Company of Water and Light, Aqueduct and electric power
1995: Quincentennial of the Foundation of Santiago.
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