Manoel Gomes Ribeiro
Manoel Gomes Ribeiro, Barão de Traipu (born June 29, 1841 (according to other information: June 20, 1849) in Japaratuba , Sergipe ; † July 27, 1920 in Penedo , Alagoas ) was a Brazilian politician who, among other things, was acting governor several times Alagoas as well as a member of the Senate . In 1888 he was raised to the nobility as Barão de Traipu .
Manoel Gomes Ribeiro, son of Manuel Gomes Ribeiro Filho and Teresa de Jesus Gomes, worked as an officer and was first acting president of the province of Alagoas in 1885 . In 1888 he was raised to the nobility by Emperor Peter II as Barão de Traipu . In 1889 he was again briefly acting president of the province of Alagoas. After the deposition of Emperor Peter II and the end of the empire on November 15, 1889, he was a member of the Senate of Alagoas between 1891 and 1892 and provisional governor of Alagoas between November 28, 1891 and April 24, 1892. He was again a member of the Senate of Alagoas between 1894 and 1896 and from October 17, 1894 to January 14, 1896 again acting governor of Alagoas.
1901 Gomes Ribeiro was first a member of the Federal Senate (Senado Federal) , which it initially belonged to the 1902nd Between 1909 and 1917 he was a member of the Federal Senate.
|SURNAME||Ribeiro, Manoel Gomes|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Ribeiro, Manoel Gomes, Barão de Traipu|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Brazilian officer and politician|
|DATE OF BIRTH||June 29, 1841|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Japaratuba , Sergipe|
|DATE OF DEATH||July 27, 1920|
|Place of death||Penedo , Alagoas|