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About Diego Pacheco Téllez-Girón Fernandez de Velasco
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- Diego Pacheco Téllez-Girón Gómez de Sandoval
- Diego Pacheco Téllez-Girón Gómez de Sandoval, also called Diego Fernández de Velasco y Pacheco or Diego Pacheco Telles Giron Fernandez de Velasco y Enrique (1754 – Paris, 1811), was a Spanish noble and politician, who supported the French during the Peninsular War, and who was therefore known as a Afrancesado.
- He was the son of Andrés Manuel Alonso Téllez-Girón Pacheco y Toledo and María Portería Fernández de Velasco y Pacheco. His mother was the daughter of Bernardino Fernández de Velasco, 11th Duke of Frías, who was succeeded by his brother Martín Fernández de Velasco y Pimentel. When the 12th Duke died in 1776 without children, the title of 13th Duke of Frías went to Diego, who called himself since then Diego Fernández de Velasco y Pacheco.
- In 1783 he had a son with Doña Francisca de Paula Benavides de Córdoba , who would inherit the original surnames Diego, called Bernardino Pacheco Tellez-Giron and Benavides, but to inherit the title after the death of his father changed his name, being known as Bernardino Fernández de Velasco y Pacheco (Bernardino Fernandez de Velasco V.
Pedro had an impressive collection of titles :
- Knight in the Order of the Golden Fleece since 1808.
- Duke of Frías nº 13.
- Duke of Escalona n° 13.
- Duke of Uceda nº 8.
- Count of Alba de Liste nº 18.
- Count of Alcaudete nº 14.
- Count of Fuensalida nº 16.
- Count of Oropesa nº 16.
- Count of Peñaranda de Bracamonte nº 9
- Count of Haro (last).
- Marquis of Frómista nº 10.
- Marquis of Villena nº 13.
- In 1798, during the reign of Charles IV of Spain, Pedro was ambassador in Portugal.
When the French invaded Spain in 1808, he chose their side and received some important functions in the government of Joseph Bonaparte. He played an important role in editing the Bayonne Statute, which was approved on July 8 1808.
- Diego died in 1811 in France, where he was Spanish ambassador. He was buried in the Père Lachaise Cemetery in París.
^ So named in Fundación casa ducal de Medinaceli
- Duchy of Cold
- The title of Duke of Cold is one of most important between Great of Spain, having granted by Kings Católicos in 20 of March of 1492 to Don Bernardino I Fernandez de Velasco, III Count of Haro and Gunner of Castile, son of Pedro Fernandez III of Velasco .
- In 1520 the Emperor Carlos V distinguished to the Cold Dukes of with the dignity of Great of Spain .
- Family of the Velascos was one of the most powerful and influential Castilian nobiliary lineages of the low average age and beginnings of the modern age. Its satately root concentrated in the zone of Soria, Burgos, Palencia, La Rioja, Zamora, Alava and orients of Cantabria .
- Diego Lopez Pacheco Téllez-Girón (1754 - 1811) son of Maria Portería Fernandez de Velasco and Pacheco, (daughter of XI the Duke of Cold) and Andres Manuel Alonso Téllez-Girón Pacheco and Toledo. When passing away the previous possessor of the Duchy of Cold, change its name to Diego Fernandez de Velasco Lopez-Pacheco Téllez-Girón Toledo and Portugal Guzmán Tovar Enríquez Cardinal red Ayala Cheek Monroy and Cordova . He married with Francisca de Paula de Benavides of Cordova of Cueva and Moncada with that had to Bernardino Pacheco Téllez-Girón.
Diego Pacheco Téllez-Girón Fernandez de Velasco, XIII. duque de Frias y d'Escalona's Timeline
Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France