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Original de la Vega Family According to the Real Family Tree and loyal alliance member to Sudden Death.

Male
48 years old
Puebla,
Mexico

Last Login:
August 15 2019

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See Chapter Eight of the alliance story for family's part of the story.....




Basic Information


▶Name: Romulo Diza de la Vega
▶Birthplace: Mexico City, Mexico
▶Current Location: Puebla, Mexico
▶Date of Birth: 23 May 1800
▶Age: 218 years old
▶Gender: Male
▶Orientation: Straight
▶Species: Immortal
▶Marital Status: Single
▶Work: de facto President of Mexico
▶Parents: Pedro Diaz de la Vega(father), Monica Fuentes Carrion(mother)
▶Former Partner: Pilar Valera
▶Children: Pilar Díaz de la Vega Valera(daughter)
▶Siblings:

M Rómulo Díaz de la Vega Fuentes 1802-1877 Married to Pilar Valera

M Joaquín Eulogio Díaz de la Vega Fuentes 1804

F María Dolores Romualda Ricarda Antonia Díaz de la Vega Fuentes 1805

M José Telesforo de los Reyes Díaz de la Vega Fuentes 1808

M José María Apolinar Juan Nepomuceno Díaz de la Vega Fuentes 1810

M Juan Onofre Antonio Miguel Díaz de la Vega Fuentes 1818

M Manuel Díaz de la Vega Fuentes 1820- Married 5 November 1864, Santa Veracruz - Ciudad de México, Distrito

Federal, México, to Carmen Ramírez de Aguilar Galván 1841

Manuel Díaz de la Vega Fuentes 1820- Relationship with Guadalupe Miranda

Manuel Díaz de la Vega Fuentes 1820- Relationship with Merced Palacios

M José María Francisco de Paula Inés Díaz de la Vega Fuentes 1823

SPEECH AND LANGUAGE/COMMUNICATION


▶Pace (does he talk fast, average, slow?): Average
▶Voice tone (shrill, high, average, deep, squeaky, hoarse, harsh, authoritative, cultured, etc.): Average
▶Accent or dialect, if any: Spanish
▶Mannerisms/demeanor?: Cool/confident and Volatile/moody
▶Typical posture: Stands straight but not stiffly
▶Gestures: Only when excited/upset





Relationship Status


Status: Single
Whom: :LINK
First Kiss: --|--|--
Together: --|--|--
Engaged: --|--|--
Married: --|--|--




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     sD_Romulo Diaz de la Vega_sD-{S}'s Details
Here for:Networking, Friends,
Body type:Slim / Slender
Ethnicity:Latino/Hispanic
Occupation:de facto president of Mexico
Height:5"9'
Characters: Rómulo Díaz de la Vega
Verses: Website alliance story.
Playbys: Diego Boneta
Length: Multi Para, Para, Semi
Genre: Ancient, Crime, Fantasy, Furry, Horror, Psychological,
Status: Single
Member Since:March 15, 2019




Greetings folks here's the scope I am finally gonna give up the alliance story changing to Egypt. Reasons I am doing this can't find writers to play certain accounts or missing people or Co-Author to help me either. Right now I got real irl problems like I can't take a shower without going into danger if the tub collapse yet can't complain to park owner not his problem.so unable to think on stories.



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As long as you're getting a second car, get
one that does things your first car can't. Get a second car that can do things your
first car can't.

Romulo Diaz de la Vega Story


Rómulo Díaz de la Vega (23 May 1800 — 3 October 1877) was de facto president of Mexico in 1855.[1] He studied military science and rose to the rank of general.

In 1821, he joined the Plan of Iguala. He fought in the Texas War of Independence and for that he was appointed lieutenant. He fought in 1838 against the French invasion during the Pastry War. He also fought in the Mexican-American war and he was captured at the Battle of Resaca de la Palma on May 9, 1846.


House of de la Vega



Díaz de la Vega was military commander of Puebla in 1849 and Tamaulipas in 1850 and then Governor of Yucatán in 1853.

When Martín Carrera left the presidency of the Republic in 1855, Díaz de la Vega, supported by the leaders of the military garrison, assumed the duties of President while someone else came to Mexico City to relieve him in office. His government lasted 22 days, from 12 September to 3 October 1855.

After his presidency, Díaz de la Vega was a member of the group of the conservatives who appointed Maximilian of Habsburg as emperor in 1863. After the triumph of the Republic, he was sentenced to two years imprisonment, but the penalty was switched by confinement in Puebla, where he died in October 1877, exactly twenty-two years to the day his tenure as President ended.



de la Vega Family Tree...

Garci Lasso de la Vega I, Cantabrian noble who was executed by Alfonso XI of Castile in 1326

Garci Lasso de la Vega II, Cantabrian noble who was assassinated by Peter of Castile in 1351

Garci Lasso Ruiz de la Vega, Cantabrian noble who was killed at the Battle of Nájera, 1340–1367

Leonor Lasso de la Vega, (1367–1432) Cantabrian noblewoman,

Garcilaso de la Vega (poet) (1501–1536), Spanish noble poet and soldier

Garcilaso de la Vega (chronicler) (1539–1616), Peruvian noble poet and writer

Gabriel Lobo Lasso de la Vega (1558–1615), Spanish epic poet, playwright and historian

Francisco Laso de la Vega (1568–1640), Spanish soldier and governor of Chile 1629–1639

Luis Laso de la Vega (c.1622–?), Mexican author, priest and lawyer

Melchor Portocarrero y Lasso de la Vega, 3rd conde de Monclova (1636–1705), viceroy of New Spain 1686–1688

Joseph de la Vega (c. 1650–1692), Spanish merchant, poet, and philanthropist, later moved to Amsterdam

Francisco Cajigal de la Vega (c. 1715–?), Spanish governor of Cuba

Rómulo Díaz de la Vega (c. 1800–1877), an interim president of Mexico in 1855

Daniel de la Vega (poet) (1892–1971), Chilean poet and playwright

José Tadeo Mancheño y Laso de la Vega, (1784–1855) Chilean political figure

Luis Ignacio de la Vega (c. 1914–?), Mexican Olympic basketball player

Oscar Unzaga de la Vega (1916–1959), a Bolivian socialist politician

Jorge de la Vega (1930–1971), an Argentine painter

Sabas Pretelt de la Vega (b. 1946), Colombian minister of the Interior and Justice

María Teresa Fernández de la Vega (b. 1949), Spanish Socialist Workers Party politician and former Minister.

Ralph de la Vega (b. 1951), the Chief Operating Officer of Cingular Wireless

Jacqueline de la Vega (b. 1960), Mexican TV show host in Spain and former model

Florencia de la Vega (b. 1976), Argentine transvestite actress and former magazine editor, known as Florencia De La V

Guadalupe Arizpe de la Vega, Mexican humanitarian

James De La Vega, NYC artist philosopher

Cynthia de la Vega (b. 1991), Mexican model and beauty pageant titleholder.


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Doc Holliday

Apr 3rd 2019 01:51


Well Thank You Romulo.

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