Cristóbal de la Cerda y Sotomayor

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Cristóbal de la Cerda
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Royal Governor of Chile
In office
December, 1620 – November, 1621
Monarch Philip III
Prime Minister Cristóbal de Sandoval, Duke of Uceda
Preceded by Lope de Ulloa
Succeeded by Pedro Osores
Personal details
Born 1585
Mexico city, Mexico
Spouse(s) Sebastiana de Avendaño
Profession Lawyer
Religion Catholic

Cristóbal de la Cerda y Sotomayor, (México 1585? – † ? ); Spanish Oidor, lawyer of the Real Audiencia of Chile. After the death of governor Lope de Ulloa y Lemos, he assumed the temporary government of Chile for eleven months, between December 1620 and November 1621.

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Government offices
Preceded by
Lope de Ulloa
Royal Governor of Chile
1620–1621
Succeeded by
Pedro Osores