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José María Alpuche e Infante

Lifespan: (1780 – 1840)
Profession: Priest, Writer, Politician


José María Alpuche e Infante (1780-1840) was born in the city of Campeche. He was a priest, writer and politician who studied alongside Lorenzo de Zavala and Andrés Quintana Roo under the tutelage of Pablo Moreno. He was affiliated to the liberal party and was the founder of various yorkino Masonic lodges. Alpuche e Infante collaborated in the creation of the newspapers El Correo de la Federación, El Aguila, La Gaceta, El Federalista in Yucatán as well as Mexico City. Alpuche e Infante endured exile and persecution and was convicted in Havana in 1824-25 for being suspected of involvement in Santa Anna’s project to liberate the Island of Cuba. His writings were notorious for their caustic mordacity. He was deputy and senator for the State of Tabasco and had lands in Texas. He died in a cell in the convent of Santo Domingo in Mexico City where he was imprisoned along with Valentín Gómez Farías and it appears he died apostate.


Signatory of
Representación de vecinos de la ciudad de México (12 November 1837; Ciudad de México, México D.F.)