Yes, he was married. Twice. His first wife was Teresa Correa y Correa, and they wed in 1807 and had three children. She died in 1831 after about 24 years of marriage. He married New Yorker Emily West later that same year, and they had three children. Links are provided below.
lorenzo de zavala was born in mexico
Lorenzo de Zavala was born on October 3, 1788.
Lorenzo de Zavala died from a previous boating accident and acquired pneumonia in Houston, Texas
Lorenzo de Zavala was from Tecoh, Yucatan, and was born on October 3, 1788.
Lorenzo de zavala was born in the year of 1789 and died in the year of 1836 so he was about 45 years old when he died
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lorenzo de zala role in texas revouloution
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Mexico. He was born in Yecoh, Yucatán.
lorenzo de zavala
while boating, his boat overturned. he got pnemonia and died
This man did not fight in any battles for the texas revolution.
Lorenzo de Zavala's role in the Texas Revolution was that he was a vice president who served under President David G. Burnet.
Lorenzo was an empresario for Texas until he went back to Mexico and became an official there for many more years.
He signed the Texas Declaration of Independence and translated for Sam Houston and Santa Anna.
I'd have to say that his most famous quote, which he was remembered for was "A complete Though Bloody Victory".
1.He was the first vice president of the republic of Texas. 2.He was also a politician, colonizer, and statesman.
yes he did.He was also the vice president of the republic of texas
Marisa De Zavala has written: 'Golden fire, silver ice'
Adina Emilia De Zavala died on 1955-05-01.
Adina Emilia De Zavala was born on 1861-11-28.
Francisco de Zavala Villela has written: 'Por parte de don Francisco de Zavala Villela, y de la Maza' -- subject(s): CSAIP, Debtor and creditor