Ramón Cabrera y Griño
Ramón Cabrera y Griño , in Catalan Ramon Cabrera i Grinyó , Count of Morella, Marqués del Ter (born December 27, 1806 in Tortosa , † May 24, 1877 in Wentworth ) was a military leader of the Spanish Carlist .
Cabrera had not been able to come to terms with the "Fraternization of Vergara" of 1839, which ended the First Carlist War . He continued the war in Valencia and Catalonia until 1840 , when he was defeated and had to flee to France . In order to force him to give up, his mother was shot .
During the so-called Second Carlist War (also called "War of the Matiners"), which took place in Catalonia from 1847 to 1849 , Cabrera was military leader of the pretender Don Carlos (VI).
|SURNAME||Cabrera y Griño, Ramón|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Cabrera i Grinyó, Ramon; Count of Morella|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||General of the Spanish Carlist|
|DATE OF BIRTH||December 27, 1806|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Tortosa|
|DATE OF DEATH||May 24, 1877|
|Place of death||Wentworth near London|