José Francisco Madero

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José Francisco Madero Gaxiola y San Martín (died 1833) was a Mexican surveyor and land commissioner.[1] He was the father of Evaristo Madero Elizondo and great-grandfather of Francisco I. Madero, leader of the Mexican Revolution.

He was also the founder of Liberty, Texas, when Texas was still a part of Mexico.[2]

He died during a cholera epidemic in the Mexican state of Coahuila on September 26, 1833.[3]

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  1. ^ Randolph B. Campbell Gone to Texas:A History of the Lone Star State 2003 "... an entry point for settlers in Austin's colony. Trouble began at Anahuac in January 1831 as a dispute between Colonel Juan Davis Bradburn, a Kentuckian who had been in the service of Mexico for many years, and José Francisco Madero, a land commissioner..."
  2. ^ de la Teja, Jesús F. "Madero, José Francisco". Handbook of Texas Online. Retrieved 2010-10-11. 
  3. ^ Daniel Molina Don Gustavo A. Madero: biografía de un revolucionario 2006- Page 12 "Era el 26 de septiembre de 1833. La peste siguió adelante hasta agotarse por sí sola. No había habido posibilidad de consumar exiquias... del personaje que era José Francisco Madero Gaxiola y San Martín, el agrimensor más destacado de "

Guerra de Luna, Manuel (2010). Los Madero, la Saga Liberal, Siglo Bicentenario.