Francisco Vidaurri y Villasenor was the first Governor in the Vidaurri Borrego family.

His parents were Francisco Vidaurri Borrego y Maria Angela Del Carmen Villasenor.

He was also Governor Santiago Vidaurri y Valdez’s Uncle.

And my 4th great-uncle.

Identifier: BC_0066
Title: Coahuila and Texas (Mexican state). Gobierno Supremo Estado libre de Coahuila y Tejas. Laws (June 24, 1834)
Description: [Decree issued by the Permanent Deputation convoking the congress to hold extraordinary sessions to open on August 11 and a preparatory meeting on the 9th. Measures shall be dictated for the safety of the federation, the permanent restoration of the public tranquility interrupted by the collision of the supreme national authorities and by the uprising invoking religion as pretext which is now safe and for the avoidance of external overthrow. The regulation of the public treasury shall be discussed. Dated and signed at end:] Marcial Borrego. Signed by Francisco Vidaurri y Villaseñor in Monclova on June 26, 1834. [translated from the original Spanish] [Decorated with patterns as design elements.]
City: Monclova
State: Coahuila and Texas
Country: Mexico
Date: 1834-06-24
Creator: Coahuila and Texas (Mexican state). Gobierno Supremo Es
Source: Broadside Collection, Eberstadt Collection
Publisher: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Rights: Dolph Briscoe Center for American History
Box: BC DB 1833-1834
Format: Broadside
Size: 21.5 X 30.9 cm
Subject: Coahuila and Texas (Mexico)–History–Sources 


1821 Antonio María Martinez (transitional)
1822 José Felix Trespalacios
1823 Don Luciana Garcia
1824 Rafael Gonzales
1826 Victor Blanco
1828 José María Viesca
1831 José María Letona
1834 Francisco Vidaurri y Villaseñor
1834 José María Goribar (Saltillo faction)
1834 Juan José Elguezabal (Montclavo faction)
1835 Augustin Viesca

1835 Revolutionary Councils thru November