Juan de Zavala
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The Marquess of Sierra Bullones
|Prime Minister of Spain|
3 January 1874 – 26 February 1874
|Preceded by||Emilio Castelar|
|Succeeded by||Praxedes Sagasta|
Juan de Zavala y de la Puente
Juan de Zavala y de la Puente, 1st Marquess of Sierra Bullones (Lima, Peru, 27 December 1804 – Madrid, Spain, 29 December 1879) was a Spanish noble and politician. After fighting in the First Carlist War, the Marquess served as Prime Minister of Spain.
Was the son of the Peruvian Pedro José de Zavala y Bravo de Rivero, 7th Marquess of San Lorenzo, and Grimanesa de la Puente y Bravo de Lagunas, marchioness de la Puente
Marriage and issue
He married on 1839 María del Pilar de Guzmán, 24ht Duchess of Nájera, and had five children:
- Juan de Zavala, 25th Duke of Nájera, husband of Caroliba Santamarca, 2nd Countess of Santamarca.
- Luis de Zavala, 26th Duke of Nájera, married to Guillermina Heredia y Barrón.
- María del Pilar de Zavala, 20th Marchioness of Aguilar de Campoo, married to Ventura García-Sancho, 1st Count of Consuegra.
- Juana de Zavala, 7th Countess of Villaseñor, married to Camilo Hurtado de Amézaga, 6th Marquess of the Riscal.
- María Grimanesa de Zavala, 7th Marchioness of San Lorenzo del Valleumbroso, married to Juan Larios y Enríquez.
Claudio Antón de Luzuriaga
| Minister of State
6 June 1855 – 14 July 1856
Nicomedes Pastor Díaz
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