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José Francisco Arroyo

Lifespan: (1775 – 1848)
Profession: Theologian


José Francisco Arroyo (1775-1848) was a theologian. He was born in Tepic which was part of the region of New Galicia and he died in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco. He studied in a seminary in Guadalajara, receiving the degree of Doctor of Theology. He accompanied Rousset to Sonora in an official capacity. Arroyo moved to Guadalajara in 1802 where he practiced as a priest and as rector of the Clerical College he was also a seminary professor of this city. He moved to Monterrey and took over a chief canonical magistrate post. The Provincial Deputation of Guadalajara selected him in 1820 as their representative in the Spanish Cortes. He was deputy for five consecutive periods in the legislature of Nuevo León. Arroyo was a liberal and shared the ideas of Padre Servando Teresa de Mier. He was president of the Constituent Congress in the state which drew up the first Constitution in 1825. He was famed as an orator. He was also President of the Constituent Congress.

Signatory of
Acta del ayuntamiento de San Agustín Tlaxco (18 May 1834; San Agustín Tlaxco, Tlaxcala)