Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Agustín De Iturbide Y Green (2 Apr 1863–3 Mar 1925), Find a Grave Memorial no. His daring attitude, gallant mannerism, peerless horse-riding skills and military prowess gained him recognition as ‘The Iron Dragon’ of the royalist army. Agustín de Iturbide was bornon September 27, 1783 in Morelia, Mexican, is Emperor of Mexico. Agustin Iturbide married Vicenta Consuelo Asiain and had 3 children. También eran devotos católicos romanos, por lo que Iturbide fue enviado al seminario de la ciudad para recibir educación. He was baptized with the names of Saints Cosmas and Damian at the cathedral. However, the reign of Augustine I lasted less than a year. As it became clear that Maximilian and Carlota could have no children together, they offered to adopt Iturbide, which was agreed to with enthusiasm by his father and reluctance by his mother. He became the adopted son with the title of Prince of Iturbide, along with his cousin Salvador de Itúrbide y de Marzán, of Mexico's only other royal heads of state, Emperor Maximilian I of Mexico and Empress Carlota of Mexico. Agustín Cosme Damián de Iturbide y Arámburu (27 September 1783 – 19 July 1824), also known as Augustine of Mexico, was a Mexican army general and politician. Agustín Cosme Damian de Iturbide y Arámburu was born in what was called Valladolid, now Morelia, the state capital of Michoacán, on 27 September 1783. Micaela Nicolasa Carillo de Figueroa y Villaseñor, 21. He became a feared name for the Insurgents. Agustín de Iturbide. Agustín de Iturbide was the first emperor of Mexico. He/She was the son of a wealthy Spanish, José Joaquín lturbide y Arregui, baptized in the Church of Peralta, Navarra, 6 February 1739, who came to Mexico and contracted marriage with María Josefa de Aramburu and Carrillo michoacana Creole. The fifth child born to his parents, he was the only male to survive and eventually became head of the family. Iturbide, Agustín de, 1783-1824. Geneología de la Familia Iturbide, privately published Agustín de Iturbide Collection, Georgetown University Iturbide, Agustín de, "Don Agustín de Iturbide" Records of the American Catholic Historical Society, part I, vol. Agustín de Iturbide He was the first leader of independent Mexico. However, his supremacy did not last for even a year as he failed to establish peace and stability. He was baptized with the names of Saints Cosmas and Damian at the cathedral. It was founded by the Sovereign Mexican Constituent Congress on 22 June 1822 when the newly independent Mexican congress confirmed Agustín I's title of Constitutional Emperor of Mexico. It is so hard to find heroes these days. His mother was Alice Green (c. 1836–1892), daughter of Captain John Nathaniel Green, granddaughter of United States congressman and Revolutionary War General Uriah Forrest, and great-granddaughter of George Plater, Governor of Maryland. Agustin I was born as Agustín Cosme Damian de Iturbide y Arámburu on September 27, 1783 in Valladolid, Michoacan, to José Joaquín de Iturbide y Arreguí and María Josefa de Arámburu y Carrillo de Figueroa. However, “Iturbide became increasingly disliked; he was extravagant and despotic and his autocratic rule was resisted.” ("Agustín de Iturbide." He was the fifth child born to his parents but as the only male to survive he became head of the family. Militar y polítco mexicano. Dictionary of Hispanic Biography). Agustin I was born as Agustín Cosme Damian de Iturbide y Arámburu on September 27, 1783 in Valladolid, Michoacan, to José Joaquín de Iturbide y Arreguí and María Josefa de Arámburu y Carrillo de Figueroa. The two Iturbide cousins were granted the title of Prince de Iturbide and style of Highness by imperial decree of 16 September 1865 and were ranked after the reigning family. Report. However, the reign of Augustine I lasted less than a year. Agustín de Iturbide Collection, 1813-1838, Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin. A digital copy of the Plan in its entirety can be found here. The fifth child born to his parents, he was the only male to survive and eventually became head of the family. His heroic skills earned him yet another promotion as a colonel in 1813. Agustin was executed on July 19, 1824 by the firing squad. Congress proved to be his strongest opposition. Though he was enthusiastically received initially, he was later captured and executed. After several maneuvers, Iturbide succeeded in proclaiming him emperor. Agustín de Iturbide came from a noble Basque family who emigrated to Michoacán in the mid-eighteenth century. Playing next. Iturbide, through the support of his auditor, successfully annulled all charges against him and was reinstated to military command in November 1820, as colonel for the royalist forces. His family was of Spanish Basque ancestry, and he grew up in a wealthy, aristocratic family. Agustín de Iturbide, Mexican caudillo (military chieftain) who became the leader of the conservative factions in the Mexican independence movement and, as Agustín I, briefly emperor of Mexico.