Jerónimo Merino Cob (Villoviado, Burgos Province, 1769 - Alençon, France, 1844), alias El Cura Merino (The Priest Merino) was a Spanish guerrilla fighter and priest. He was the parish priest in his birthplace when the War of Spanish Independence began in 1808. After a quarrel with the French military, he fled from his village and led a guerrilla group that never suffered defeat. King Ferdinand VII rewarded him with a seat in the Valencia's cathedral chapter but, his rough lifestyle did not adapt to this kind of life (he even piped a fellow), and returned to his village. When the liberal revolution of 1820 succeeded he returned to lead a guerrilla group until the French absolutist invasion of 1823.In 1833, he joined the Carlist army and commanded fourteen Battalions in the mountains of Burg

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  • No se debe confundir con su contemporáneo Martín Merino, también apodado "el cura Merino". Jerónimo Merino Cob (Villoviado, Burgos, 30 de septiembre de 1769 - Alençon, Normandía, Francia, 12 de noviembre de 1844) conocido como «El Cura Merino», fue un sacerdote y destacado líder guerrillero español durante la Guerra de la Independencia Española. (es)
  • Jerónimo Merino Cob (Villoviado, Burgos Province, 1769 - Alençon, France, 1844), alias El Cura Merino (The Priest Merino) was a Spanish guerrilla fighter and priest. He was the parish priest in his birthplace when the War of Spanish Independence began in 1808. After a quarrel with the French military, he fled from his village and led a guerrilla group that never suffered defeat. King Ferdinand VII rewarded him with a seat in the Valencia's cathedral chapter but, his rough lifestyle did not adapt to this kind of life (he even piped a fellow), and returned to his village. When the liberal revolution of 1820 succeeded he returned to lead a guerrilla group until the French absolutist invasion of 1823.In 1833, he joined the Carlist army and commanded fourteen Battalions in the mountains of Burgos. His troops menaced Madrid, operated in la Rioja and the province of Soria and tried to seize the city of Burgos. He participated also in the besiege of Bilbao. He was appointed Carlist commander-in-chief of Old Castile. After the Vergara agreement of 1839 he exiled to France, when he died. He is buried in Lerma, Burgos. (en)
  • Херонимо Мерино (исп. Jerónimo Merino; 1769, Вилловьядо, провинция Бургос, Испания, — 1844, Алансон, Франция) — испанский партизан. (ru)
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  • No se debe confundir con su contemporáneo Martín Merino, también apodado "el cura Merino". Jerónimo Merino Cob (Villoviado, Burgos, 30 de septiembre de 1769 - Alençon, Normandía, Francia, 12 de noviembre de 1844) conocido como «El Cura Merino», fue un sacerdote y destacado líder guerrillero español durante la Guerra de la Independencia Española. (es)
  • Херонимо Мерино (исп. Jerónimo Merino; 1769, Вилловьядо, провинция Бургос, Испания, — 1844, Алансон, Франция) — испанский партизан. (ru)
  • Jerónimo Merino Cob (Villoviado, Burgos Province, 1769 - Alençon, France, 1844), alias El Cura Merino (The Priest Merino) was a Spanish guerrilla fighter and priest. He was the parish priest in his birthplace when the War of Spanish Independence began in 1808. After a quarrel with the French military, he fled from his village and led a guerrilla group that never suffered defeat. King Ferdinand VII rewarded him with a seat in the Valencia's cathedral chapter but, his rough lifestyle did not adapt to this kind of life (he even piped a fellow), and returned to his village. When the liberal revolution of 1820 succeeded he returned to lead a guerrilla group until the French absolutist invasion of 1823.In 1833, he joined the Carlist army and commanded fourteen Battalions in the mountains of Burg (en)
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  • Jerónimo Merino (es)
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  • Мерино, Херонимо (ru)
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