Synonyms for arellanes or Related words with arellanes

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Examples of "arellanes"
Villages and hamlets include: Arellanes, Rodiles, San Pedro and Villagarcía.
Arellanes is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
In 1855, Arellanes gave his son-in-law Dr. Matthew H. Biggs, who married daughter Maria de Jesus Arellanes in 1853. In 1882 Biggs sold the rancho to Benigno Gutierrez (-1902), his former business partner, and Dr. Charles B. Bates.
Margarita Arellanes Cervantes is a Mexican politician born in Monterrey affiliated with the National Action Party.
Arellanes died in San Jose, California at age 36, a victim of the Spanish flu pandemic.
José Teodoro Arellanes (1782-1858), he was a soldier at the Presidio of Santa Barbara when he was married to María Sirilda Procopia Ruiz in 1802. After she died, he married the widow Maria Josefa Rodriguez (1786-1851) in 1812. Teodoro Arellanes was granted the one square league Rancho El Rincon in 1835, and Rancho Guadalupe in 1840.
In 1861, in an often cited legal case concerning a married woman's rights in community property under the law of California, the estate of Josefa Rodriguez de Arellanes sued the estate of José Teodoro Arellanes over the ownership of Rancho Guadalupe.
Luis Arellanes and Emigdio Miguel Ortega were granted the six square league Rancho Punta de Laguna in 1844. Emigdio Miguel Ortega (1813–1893), son of Juan Capistrano Martin Ortega (1776–1818) and Maria Rafela Arellanes (1790-), married Maria Concepcion Jacinta Dominguez (1817–) in 1836.
On July 9, 2012, an indictment charging five men in the death of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was unsealed. The FBI offered a reward of $250,000 per fugitive for information leading to their arrests. The indictment, originally handed up on November 7, 2011, charges Manuel Osorio-Arellanes, Jesus Rosario Favela-Astorga, Ivan Soto-Barraza, Heraclio Osorio-Arellanes and Lionel Portillo-Meza with first-degree murder, second-degree murder, and other crimes. Manuel Osorio-Arellanes pleaded guilty to avoid the death penalty and was expected to be sentenced in March 2013. , another of the suspects is in custody, and three remain fugitives.
Francisco Lopez and José Arellanes were granted three square league Rancho Temescal in 1843. The grant was later transferred to Ramon de la Cuesta and Francisco Gonzales Ciminio.
Arellanes was elected for a 3-year term but in December 2014 left office to seek her party nomination as the PAN candidate for the 2015 Gubernatorial election. Arellanes began the internal race as the favorite candidate but after losing support from different party leader she was defeated by candidate Felipe de Jesús Cantú Rodríguez. In March 2015 she took office again to finish her term as Mayor of Monterrey.
James Arellanes (born January 30, 1974) is a former American professional football player who was a quarterback in the NFL Europe League (NFLEL), the Arena Football League (AFL), and the XFL. He played for the Rhein Fire of the NFLEL, the Carolina Cobras and Florida Bobcats of the AFL, and the Orlando Rage of the XFL. Arellanes played collegiately at Los Angeles Valley College before transferring to Fresno State.
Diego Antonio de la Luz Olivera (1786 -1868) was the son of José Ygnacio Olivera. He was an unmarried man without heirs when he died in 1868. José Teodoro Arellanes (1782-1858), he was a soldier at the Presidio of Santa Barbara when he married María Sirilda Procopia Ruiz in 1802. After she died, he married the widow, Maria Josefa Rodriguez (1786-1851) in 1812. Teodoro Arellanes was granted Rancho El Rincon in 1835, and Rancho Guadalupe in 1840.
In a three-season career, Arellanes posted a 24–22 record with 148 strikeouts and a 2.28 ERA in 409⅔ innings of work. A strong control pitcher, he allowed 85 walks for a 1.86 BB/9IP.
Gloria Arellanes (born March 4, 1946) is a political activist known for her involvement with the Brown Berets during the Chicano Movement and has been influential in the development of Chicana feminism.
In February 2015 Cantu Rodriguez won the PAN primaries in the state the Nuevo León defeating candidate Margarita Arellanes who began the internal race as the favorite. Cantu officially became the PAN candidate for the 2015 Nuevo León Guvernatorial election
Arellanes was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Seattle Seahawks following the 1997 NFL Draft. After spending training camp with the team, he was released during the preseason on August 16. Later that year, he was signed to the Seahawks' practice squad. Following the 1997 season, Arellanes was allocated to the Rhein Fire of NFL Europe, where he was the back-up to Mike Quinn. Rhein finished the regular season in second place with a record of 7–3 and qualified for the championship game, World Bowl '98. Due to an injury to Quinn, Arellanes started the game and led the Rhein Fire to a 34–10 victory over the Frankfurt Galaxy, the first championship in team history. He completed 12 of 18 passes for 263 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions, a performance which earned him Most Valuable Player honors.
Frank Julián Arellanes [ah-ray-yah'-ness] (January 28, 1882 – December 13, 1918) was a professional baseball starting pitcher. He played three seasons in Major League Baseball for the Boston Red Sox from 1908 through 1910. Listed at , 180 lb, he batted and threw right-handed.
Arellanes is commonly believed to be the first Mexican-American to play baseball in the major leagues. However, Sandy Nava was the first known Mexican-American to play in the majors, when he joined the 1882 Providence Grays of the National League.
Martínez married Martina Arellanes and had at least seven children, six daughters and one son. One of the daughters, Maria, married William A. Richardson. Ygnacio Martínez died in June, 1848, in San Jose, and is buried at Mission San Jose Cemetery in Fremont, California.