First Lady of Guatemala

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First Lady of Guatemala
Primera Dama de Guatemala
Patricia Marroquin Argueta (cropped).jpg
Incumbent
Hilda Patricia Marroquín de Morales

since January 14, 2016
Style Madam
(informal)
First Lady of the Republic
(alternative)
Her Excellency
(diplomatic, outside Guatemala)
Residence Guatemalan National Palace
Inaugural holder Petrona Carrera (de facto)
Maria Cristina Arbenz
(de iure)
Formation March 21, 1847 (1847-03-21)
Coat of arms of Guatemala.svg
This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Guatemala
Judiciary

The First Lady of Guatemala is the title held by the wife of the President of Guatemala. The current Guatemalan First Lady is Patricia Marroquín, wife of President Jimmy Morales, who had held the position since 2016.

First Ladies of Guatemala[edit]

First Lady President Tenure
1 Coat of arms of Guatemala (1843-1851).svg Petrona Álvarez de Carrera Rafael Carrera 1839-1848
2 Position Vacant Juan Antonio Martínez 1848
3 Position Vacant José Bernardo Escobar 1848-1849
4 Position Vacant Mariano Paredes 1849-1851
5 Coat Guatemala 1851.png Petrona Álvarez de Carrera Rafael Carrera 1851-1857[Note 1]
Coat Guatemala 1858.png Position Vacant Rafael Carrera 1857-1865[Note 2]
6 María Dolores de Aycinena y Micheo Pedro de Aycinena 1865
7 Josefa Gutiérrez Argueta de Cerna Vicente Cerna y Cerna 1865-1871
8 Coat of arms of Guatemala.svg María Saborío y García Granados Miguel García Granados 1871-1873
9 Francisca Aparicio y Mérida, marquesa consorte de Vistabella.jpg Francisca Aparicio y Mérida de Barrios Justo Rufino Barrios 1874-1882[1]
Rafaela Monterroso Cardona de Orantes José María Orantes 1882-1883[Note 3][2][3]
Francisca Aparicio y Mérida de Barrios Justo Rufino Barrios 1883-1885[4]
10 Coat of arms of Guatemala.svg Carmen Ramírez de Sinibaldi Alejandro M. Sinibaldi 1885
11 María Robles de Barillas Manuel Lisandro Barillas Bercián 1885-1892
12 Algeria bentonUntitled.png Algeria Benton de Reyna José María Reina Barrios 1892-1898
13 Coat of arms of Guatemala.svg Desideria Ocampo de Estrada Manuel Estrada Cabrera 1898-1910[Note 4]
Position Vacant Manuel Estrada Cabrera 1910-1920[Note 5]
14 Mercedes Llerandi de Herrera Carlos Herrera y Luna 1920-1921
15 Mercedes Flores de Orellana José María Orellana 1921-1926
16 Josefina de Chacón Lázaro Chacón González 1926-1930
17 Luz Castañeda de Palma Baudilio Palma 1930
18 Soledad Trabanino de Andrade José María Reina Andrade 1931
19 MartaUbico03.jpg Marta Lainfiesta de Ubico Jorge Ubico Castañeda 1931-1944
20 Coat of arms of Guatemala.svg María Judith Ramírez Prado de Ponce Vaides Federico Ponce Vaides 1944
21 Vilanova1935.png Maria Cristina Villanova
Amalia Mancilla de Arana
Military Junta
Jacobo Árbenz
Francisco Arana[Note 6]
1944-1945
22 Coat of arms of Guatemala.svg Elisa Martínez Contreras de Árevalo Juan José Arévalo 1945-1951
23 María Cristina Vilanova de Arbenz (oficial).jpg Maria Cristina Villanova Jacobo Árbenz 1951-1954
24 Coat of arms of Guatemala.svg Odilia Palomo Paíz de Castillo Carlos Castillo Armas 1954-1957
25 Julia Solís Gallardo de Gónzales Luis Arturo González López 1957
26 Virginia Ruiz de Flores Guillermo Flores Avendaño 1957-1958
27 María Teresa Laparra de Ydígoras Miguel Ydígoras Fuentes 1958-1963
28 Beli de Peralta Enrique Peralta Azurdia 1963-1966
29 Sara de la Hoz de Méndez Julio César Méndez Montenegro 1966-1970
30 Álida España de Arana Carlos Manuel Arana Osorio 1970-1974
31 Helen Lossi de Laugerud Kjell Eugenio Laugerud García 1974-1978
32 Elsa Cirigliano de Lucas[Note 7] Fernando Romeo Lucas García 1978-1982
33 María Teresa Sosa Efraín Ríos Montt 1982-1983
34 Aura Rosario Rosal López Óscar Humberto Mejía Victores 1983-1986
35 Bundesarchiv B 145 Bild-F073651-0024, Bonn, Staatsbesuch Präsident von Guatemala (cropped).jpg Raquel Blandón Marco Vinicio Cerezo Arévalo 1986-1990
36 Coat of arms of Guatemala.svg Magda Bianchi Lázzari Jorge Serrano Elías 1990-1993
37 Mayra Duque Ramiro de León Carpio 1993-1996
38 Patricia de Arzu.jpg Patricia de Arzú Álvaro Arzú Irigoyen 1996-2000
39 Evelyn morataya.jpg Evelyn Morataya Alfonso Portillo 2000-2004
40 GeorgeW&LauraBush visits Oscar&WendyBerger, Guatemala, 2007March12 (cropped).jpg Wendy de Berger Óscar Berger 2004-2008
41 Sandra torres (cropped).jpg Sandra Torres Álvaro Colom 2008-2011[Note 8]
Position Vacant Coat of arms of Guatemala.svg Position Vacant Álvaro Colom 2011-2012[Note 9]
42 Reunión con el Presidente de Guatemala, Otto Pérez Molina (8137158281) (cropped).jpg Rosa Leal de Pérez Otto Pérez Molina 2012-2015[Note 10]
43 Ana Violeta Faggiani de Maldonado.jpg Ana Violeta Fagianni de Maldonado Alejandro Maldonado 2015-2016
44 Hilda Patricia Marroquin Argueta de Morales.jpg Patricia Marroquín Jimmy Morales 2016-2020

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Petrona Álvarez died in 1857. Rafael Carrera was president until 1865.
  2. ^ The position became vacant after the death of Petrona García.
  3. ^ Interim, while Justo Rufino Barrios was out of the country with his wife.
  4. ^ Desideria Ocampo died in 1910. Manuel Estrada Cabrera was president until 1920.
  5. ^ The position became vacant after the death of Desideria Ocampo.
  6. ^ Vilanova de Árbenz and Mancilla de Arana were female activists during the revolution; Toriello never married.
  7. ^ Cirigliano and Lucas married shortly after the inauguration of General Lucas Garcia, but they kept their wedding secret for the security of the First Lady, since the Guatemalan Civil War was raging at the same time.[5]
  8. ^ Sandra Torres divorced Álvaro Colom on 7 April 2011, leaving the position of First Lady vacant.
  9. ^ The position became vacant from 7 April 2011 until 14 January 2012, following the divorce of Sandra Torres and Álvaro Colom.
  10. ^ Otto Pérez Molina resigned on September 2, 2015.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Batres Jáuregui, Antonio (1950). La América Central ante la historia: 1821-1921 Memorias de un siglo [Central America early history: 1821-1921 memories of a century] (in Spanish). 3. Guatemala City, Guatemala: Tipografía Nacional de Guatemala. p. 413. OCLC 912498282.
  2. ^ Piedra Santa, Irene (2010). Los mandatarios de Guatemala: historia no oficial (in Spanish). Guatemala City, Guatemala: Editorial Piedra Santa. pp. 76–77. ISBN 978-9929-562-00-4. José María Orantes Presidente interino 23 de junio de 1882 - 5 de enero de 1883. Gobernó 6 meses.
  3. ^ "President Barrios Returns Home". New Orleans, Louisiana: The Times-Picayune. 22 September 1882. p. 1. Retrieved 15 September 2017 – via Newspapers.com. open access publication – free to read
  4. ^ Bancroft, Hubert Howe (1887). History of Central America. The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Vol. VIII. Vol. III: 1801-1887. San Francisco, California: The History Company Publishers. p. 449. OCLC 631068242.
  5. ^ "Amor secreto". Prensa Libre. Guatemala. Retrieved 25 August 2015.