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Jose Antonio Carrillo


Date Party Office Votes Result
06-03-1849 Nonpartisan Delegate 0 Win

Candidate Biography:

José Antonio Ezequiel Carrillo
Born: 1796 in Santa Barbara, Alta California, Viceroyalty of New Spain [now California]
Estefana Pico (m. 1823, d.), Jacinta Pico (m. 1842)
Family: Brother of Carlos Antonio Carrillo and Anastasio Carrillo, and Brother-in-law of José Antonio de la Guerra y NoriegaPio Pico and Andres Pico
Military Service: Californio Lancers [Militia] (Mexican-American War)
Died: April 25, 1862

1826: Alcalde of Los Angeles
1828: Alcalde of Los Angeles
1833: Alcalde of Los Angeles
1836: Diputado, Mexican National Congress
1847: Mexican Commissioner, Treaty of Cahuenga
1847: Signed the Treaty of Cahuenga, which surrendered the last Mexican military forces in California ended the Mexican-American War in California. (The seven signatories were Pierson B. ReadingW. H. Russell, Louis McLane, Jr., Jose Antonio CarrilloAgustin OlveraJohn C. Fremont, and Andres Pico)

  • His wives were sisters.
  • At the Battle of Dominguez Rancho, Carrillo led his Californio militia, resulting in the deaths of 14 United States Marines