José María Vargas

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José María Vargas
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President of Venezuela
In office
9 February 1835 – 9 July 1835
Preceded by Andrés Narvarte
Succeeded by José María Carreño
In office
August 20, 1835 – April 24, 1836
Preceded by José María Carreño
Succeeded by Andrés Narvarte
Personal details
Born (1786-03-10)10 March 1786
La Guaira, Venezuela
Died 13 July 1854(1854-07-13) (aged 68)
New York City, USA
Spouse(s) Encarnación Maitín
Religion Roman Catholic
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José María Vargas (10 March 1786 in La Guaira - 13 July 1854 in New York City) was the President of Venezuela from 1835–1836.

He graduated with a degree in philosophy from the Seminario Tridentino, and obtained in 1809 his medical degree from the Real y Pontificia Universidad de Caracas. He resigned from his presidency in 1836.

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Political offices
Preceded by
Andrés Narvarte
President of Venezuela
1835
Succeeded by
José María Carreño
Preceded by
José María Carreño
President of Venezuela
1835–1836
Succeeded by
Andrés Narvarte
Academic offices
Preceded by
José Cecilio Avila
Rector of the Central University of Venezuela
1827-1829
Succeeded by
José Nicolás Díaz