Juan de la Jaraquemada

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Juan de la Jaraquemada, (Canary Islands ? - † Santiago of Chile, April 1612); Spanish soldier, designated by the viceroy of Peru Juan de Mendoza y Luna, Marquess of Montesclaros, Captain General and Governor of Chile, and president of the Real Audiencia of Santiago. He served from January 1, 1611 to March 27, 1612.

Government offices
Preceded by
Luis Merlo de la Fuente
Royal Governor of Chile
Succeeded by
Alonso de Ribera