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Antonio Aponte

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Antonio Aponte Ulabarra
A sketch of Jose Aponte
First Corporal of the Havana Militia
In office
December 20, 1808 – March 29, 1812
Appointed byKing Napoleon I
Personal details
Havana, Cuba
DiedApril 9, 1812
Havana, Cuba
Alma materUniversity of Havana
Military service
Allegiance Spain
Branch/serviceSpanish militia
RankFirst Corporal
Battles/warsNovember Revolution

Jose Antonio Aponte Ulabarra (1760-1812) was a Cuban militia officer. He led the armed revolt called the November Revolution in Cuba in 1812. He was captured by the Spanish army and put to death on April 9, 1812.