SALTILLO

SALTILLO

Acronym UFB

Location Andalucia-Cordoba

Owner D. Jose Joaquin Moreno de Silva
Paseo de la Castellana, 114, 5 to 4
28046 MADRID

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Fig leaf ear signal and rabisaco both. [Hojadehiguera] [rabisaco]

Finca 'Molino Chirrión' Constantina (Sevilla), 'La Vega' PEÑAFLOR (Sevilla)

History In the second half of the eighteenth ce...

Acronym UFB

Location Andalucia-Cordoba

Owner D. Jose Joaquin Moreno de Silva
Paseo de la Castellana, 114, 5 to 4
28046 MADRID

Blue badge blue and white.

Fig leaf ear signal and rabisaco both. [Hojadehiguera] [rabisaco]

Finca 'Molino Chirrión' Constantina (Sevilla), 'La Vega' PEÑAFLOR (Sevilla)

History In the second half of the eighteenth century, the Conde de Vistahermosa form its famous livestock, whose main part goes to Don Salvador Varea in 1805 and in 1820 it Don Pedro José Picavea of ​​Lesaca. Then he passed to his widow and his son this gift Jose Picavea of ​​Lesaca. In 1845 he acquired Don Antonio Rueda de Quintanilla, Marques de Saltillo. In 1880 he passed to his widow Dona Francisca Osborne and from there to his son, who had the same title as his father. Upon his death in 1918, his widow sold the livestock to Don Felix Moreno Ardanuy. After his death in 1960, his son Don Felix Moreno de la Cova that from 1969 announces "La Vega" happens. Since 1978 it renamed "Saltillo". Don Felix Moreno de la Cova passes his sons Don Felix and Don Enrique Moreno de la Cova Maestre, that in 2000 the livestock contribute to society Saltillo, S.L. This livestock is a source of great and famous farms in Spain as Marqués de Albaserrada (Victorines), Santa Coloma (Buendia) and Mexico as "Piedras Negras" and "San Mateo". In 2013 D. Jose Joaquin Moreno de Silva purchase iron and livestock hereinafter announcing all in the name of 'Saltillo'.

Current Source Marques de Saltillo

Age 07/14/1845

Mayoral D. Enrique Ruiz Molino La Vega.

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