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Juan de la Jaraquemada

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Juan de la Jaraquemada

Juan de la Jaraquemada, (Canary Islands ? - † Santiago of Chile, April 1612); Spanish soldier, designated by the viceroy of Peru Juan de Mendoza y Luna, Marquess of Montesclaros, Captain General and Governor of Chile, and president of the Real Audiencia of Santiago. He served from of January 1, 1611 to March 27, 1612.

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