Lorenzo de Zavala

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Lorenzo de Zavala
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Vice President of the Republic of Texas
In office
16 March 1836 – 22 October 1836
PresidentDavid G. Burnet
Succeeded byMirabeau B. Lamar
Governor of the State of Mexico
In office
15 August 1832 – 1 December 1833
PresidentMelchor Múzquiz
Succeeded byFélix María Aburto
In office
8 March 1827 – 19 April 1827
PresidentMelchor Múzquiz
Succeeded byMariano Esteva y Ulibarri
Secretary of Finance of the
United Mexican States
In office
18 April 1829 – 2 November 1829
PresidentFrancisco Moctezuma
Succeeded byJosé María Bocanegra
Representative for Yucatán in the Congress of Deputies of Spain
In office
Personal details
BornOctober 3, 1788
Tecoh, Yucatán, Viceroyalty of New Spain (now Mexico)
DiedNovember 15, 1836(1836-11-15) (aged 48)
Channelview, Republic of Texas (now U.S.)

Manuel Lorenzo Justiniano de Zavala y Sanchez (October 14, 1788 – November 15, 1836), known simply as Lorenzo de Zavala, was a Mexican physician, politician, diplomat and author.[1][2] Zavala was the interim Vice President of the Republic of Texas in 1936.[3]

References[change | change source]

  1. "A Guide to the Lorenzo De Zavala Papers, 1818-1936". lib.utexas.edu. Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin. Retrieved 2 February 2017.
  2. "Lorenzo de Zavala (1789-1836)". lsjunction.com. Lone Star Junction. Retrieved 23 January 2017.
  3. Fitzpatrick, Vale. "The Portal to Texas History/Lorenzo de Zavala Online: Impresario, Statesman and Texas Revolutionary". education.texashistory.unt.edu. University of North Texas Libraries. Retrieved 24 January 2017.