|2nd President of the First Republic of Venezuela|
March 21, 1812 – April 3, 1812
|Preceded by||Cristobal Mendoza|
|Succeeded by||Francisco de Miranda|
16 April 1758|
Siquire, Miranda (state), Venezuela
15 July 1814 (aged 56)|
Valencia, Carabobo State, Venezuela
Francisco Silvestre Espejo Camaño (Siquire, Miranda State, April 16, 1758 – Valencia, Carabobo State, July 15, 1814), was a Venezuelan lawyer who briefly served as the President of Venezuela in 1812 and fought for the republican cause during the Venezuelan War of Independence. His parents were Francisco Espejo and Bárbara Caamaño y Bermúdez.
- "Silvestre Espejo, Francisco". banrepcultural.org. Banco de la República. Retrieved 18 January 2015.