Francisca Zubiaga y Bernales (1803–1835) was the first lady of Peru in 1829–1833 by her marriage to president Agustín Gamarra. She was also known as "La Mariscala" (The Field Marshal) and "Doña Pancha". She became known for her courage after having accompanied her spouse on two expeditions to Upper Peru in 1828. She hosted salons after pattern from Europe. In 1831, during the visit of her spouse to Bolivia, she faced and prevented the attempted coup by vice president La Fuente. She was a controversial person, described as a bold rider and an excellent shot.

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  • Francisca Zubiaga y Bernales (Salvador de Oropeza, Cuzco, Perú, 11 de septiembre de 1803 - Valparaíso, Chile, 08 de mayo de 1835), esposa del presidente Agustín Gamarra que fue conocida como "La Mariscala" o "Doña Pancha". Tuvo fama de mujer valerosa e intrépida. Acompañó a su esposo en la invasión peruana de Bolivia (1828) y lo apoyó durante su primer gobierno (1829-1833); derribó al vicepresidente Antonio Gutiérrez de la Fuente, acusándolo de conspirador (1831); y coadyuvó al golpe de estado del general Pedro Pablo Bermúdez (1834). Y finalmente, tras la derrota de sus partidarios, huyó a Chile, donde falleció víctima de una enfermedad. (es)
  • Francisca Zubiaga y Bernales (1803–1835) was the first lady of Peru in 1829–1833 by her marriage to president Agustín Gamarra. She was also known as "La Mariscala" (The Field Marshal) and "Doña Pancha". She became known for her courage after having accompanied her spouse on two expeditions to Upper Peru in 1828. She hosted salons after pattern from Europe. In 1831, during the visit of her spouse to Bolivia, she faced and prevented the attempted coup by vice president La Fuente. She was a controversial person, described as a bold rider and an excellent shot. (en)
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  • Francisca Zubiaga y Bernales (Salvador de Oropeza, Cuzco, Perú, 11 de septiembre de 1803 - Valparaíso, Chile, 08 de mayo de 1835), esposa del presidente Agustín Gamarra que fue conocida como "La Mariscala" o "Doña Pancha". Tuvo fama de mujer valerosa e intrépida. Acompañó a su esposo en la invasión peruana de Bolivia (1828) y lo apoyó durante su primer gobierno (1829-1833); derribó al vicepresidente Antonio Gutiérrez de la Fuente, acusándolo de conspirador (1831); y coadyuvó al golpe de estado del general Pedro Pablo Bermúdez (1834). Y finalmente, tras la derrota de sus partidarios, huyó a Chile, donde falleció víctima de una enfermedad. (es)
  • Francisca Zubiaga y Bernales (1803–1835) was the first lady of Peru in 1829–1833 by her marriage to president Agustín Gamarra. She was also known as "La Mariscala" (The Field Marshal) and "Doña Pancha". She became known for her courage after having accompanied her spouse on two expeditions to Upper Peru in 1828. She hosted salons after pattern from Europe. In 1831, during the visit of her spouse to Bolivia, she faced and prevented the attempted coup by vice president La Fuente. She was a controversial person, described as a bold rider and an excellent shot. (en)
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