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Michael
8/25/2012 at 12:40 PM

Manuel Antonio de la Trinidad Vito Carmona Fonseca the description field is in spanish curriosrosity has gotten the better of me about my 25th cousin twice removed.. but using google translate is a pain does anyone have any other ideas?

8/25/2012 at 8:38 PM

Are you looking for someone to translate the text for you? I'd be willing to summarize, but not translate the whole write-up. Though honestly, I'm not sure that that would be much more useful than whatever a translator is giving you?

I used to use BabelFish on AltaVista years ago, so that should tell you how much I know about what translators are available today. Sorry!

Michael
8/25/2012 at 9:18 PM

yes i was. geni uses goggle translate and i got a rough literal feeling from this in the write up area
in english (note it should be he i think and their may be other errors)

It was unquestionably one of the most prominent figures of profiles among first-year students of the School of Medicine, 1833. In that position he led his intelligence, his culture, but especially an overemphasis to treat your self, an overwhelming outpouring of his exalted personality, always amplified by a large group of fans.

Although his degree never achieved consistently hopefully gleaned by various medical fields, but politics as seduced him and lacked prudence and desires to placate the reasons for discord and had a stormy and warlike temperament and oratorical loose resonant phrases, his meddling in it prevented him devote himself to science, which undoubtedly was his vocation first and certainly most cherished its course.

Born in Santiago in 1810, he studied at the National side and here began with the brightness of medicine in 1833, the year of the inauguration of our first School of Medicine of the Republican era. Les was terminated early when the May 7, 1837 was appointed surgeon Army 1st class restorer of Peru and went to offer their services to Quillota where should concentrate part of the expeditionary forces.

It had previously partially detached from medical studies. In 1835 he teamed with Don Jose Antonio Argomedo in the writing and publication of the newspaper in Santiago Day and The Sting, which appeared 37 numbers between May 1835 and October 1840.

On June 3, 1837 was consummated in Quillota the ignoble betrayal of Colonel Vidaurre to arrest the Minister Don Diego Portales and cohonestarla, the officers signed the next day a manifesto known as the Act of Quillota written by Carmona and their most significant paragraphs states: "In the city of Quillota, canton main expeditionary force of Peru, June 3, 1837 years, gathered spontaneously undersigned chiefs and officers in order to agree on appropriate means to save the country from debris and cliff to which it is exposed by the absolute despotism of one man who has sacrificed his whim constantly freedom and tranquility of our beloved country, overcoming the constitution and laws ... Whereas while the draft expedicionar on Peru and therefore open war against the Republic, is a work forged rather by intrigue and tyranny, which by the noble desire to redress grievances to Chile ... Whereas, in order that the number of the expeditionary force, its entirety and preparations are inconsistent with the company hard ... we have decided unanimously to name this country, as its most zealous advocates: 1) suspend for now the campaign aimed to Peru ... 2) use this force to serve the ... more strong support for free ... "

Carmona, who was not the first or last mistake he suffered in his life, wrote the manifesto, did not sign and historian Don Francisco Encina explains this position, both in his work and in Portales History of Chile, as the purpose of being "free to fold the party that would be victorious".

No prejudice resulted to the minutes of Quillota Carmona and continued as Army surgeon Restorative Peru.

Before proceeding it is recalled that on joining the above mentioned office, Carmona was authorized by the President to practice medicine under the provisions of the law of 31 January 1837.

In 1838 the Minister of War ordered up a hospital in the canton of Curimón "for healing the sick for that spot," especially for the sick and wounded Aconcagua Volunteer Battalion, and Carmona was appointed to serve you.

Proximity to San Felipe took him to practice his profession in this city. In 1839 smallpox appeared in this department, and the Andes and Putaendo Carmona was charged with combating it. At the same time he was appointed Medical House Women's Prison of San Felipe and for two years served free at St Camillus Hospital Board of Charities of the capital of the province.

In resigning his position as Rector of the Fr Men's Lyceum. Don Sallust Narvaez, the Administration appointed interim rector Carmona on July 6, 1843 and a month later was confirmed in the titular character. Humeres in his History of the Liceo de San Felipe says he "deserved reputation for its extensive knowledge of Latin and philosophy, his skill as a writer and polemicist, their happy dispositions for drawing and mainly for their professional medical studies, which had so many triumphs, while not a doctor came to be preferred to the graduates. Add to this his clear intelligence, integrity of character and how will social prestige was deserved. "

Professed also chairs the Lyceum hygiene, morality and civility.

In November 1845, for reasons unknown, was removed from the rectory and the following year appointed elector of Senator. Later, in 1849, returned for four months to Rector, but his election in the same year as Lord Mayor municipal and forced him to move away from their teaching duties.

The political difficulties that confront Bulnes had opposed during his administration were increased when approaching the end of his term with the proximity of the presidential fight. The pipiolos, aided by a subsidiary of The Equality Society of San Felipe, deposed on November 5, 1850 the Governor of the province and replaced by a board consisting of the attorney Don Benigno Cabrera, Ramon Garcia, and Mayor Manuel Antonio Carmona, Board remained in office only a few days, as the measures taken by the Government was forced, with the revolutionary group, to surrender unconditionally.

After this political failure moved to Santiago to work: served in various capacities, varicose lazaretto physician, doctor of the maternity ward of the Orphans Home that still worked in the old site donated by the Marquis of Montepío between the present streets of Orphans, Manuel Rodriguez, Augustinian and San Martin, Medical Clinic Quinta Normal and in 1857 professor of hygiene schools Primary Education Society.

The commission will Protomedicato study and present a draft reform of the Court, no work has come to our attention.

At this time he joined the Medical-Surgical Society presiding Dr. Guillermo Blest and whose secretary was Dr. Don Eliodoro Fontecilla. In 1853 he founded the Medical Journal, which was published just a number.

We do not know exactly until remained in Santiago, but on 1 January 1861 was appointed physician of the Hospital San Juan de Dios de Valparaíso and months later, on November 7, surgeon stationed at the Port.

In 1868 he took charge of the medical service of the Office of Valparaíso Mariners Hitch and exactly two years later, to give Dr. Francisco Javier Villanueva their functions town doctor, went to replace Carmona.

Over the years his character failed to subside, and continued to be dramatic if not spectacular in their speeches, it has been recorded in numerous controversies and publications. Dashed his political ambitions, his spirit remained saturated with bitterness and resentment, sometimes forgot the wrongs, but never forgave.

Averaging and 1883 are completely invalidated for work and the administrator of San Juan de Dios Hospital requested retirement from Valparaiso Welfare Board.

Since then cease their activities and dies in the Port the June 29, 1886, at 76 years of age.

Michael
8/25/2012 at 9:19 PM

you can see the original spanish on the about page.

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