Ancestors of Máxima Zorreguieta Cerruti

Last update on June 24th, 2014

These quarters of Máxima Zorreguieta Cerruti, who became the wife of the Prince of Orange, were partly found in “Ascendencia de Da. Máxima Zorreguieta, Princesa de la Corona de los Paises Bajos”, a study made by the Argentian genealogist Hernán Carlos LUX-WURM y CENTURION and published on the site of the Instituto Argentino de Ciencias Genealógicas. Click on "Artículos" on that site for more information about the ancestors of Máxima Zorreguieta Cerruti.

Additions were found in the article "De Voorouders van Máxima Zorreguieta", published in the March/April 2002 issue of the Dutch genealogical magazine "De Nederlandsche Leeuw" by it's redaction in cooporation with the Argentinian genealogist Ambassador Dr. Eduardo A. Sadous.

Other information was found in articles by A.J.Stasse, published in the Dutch genealogical magazine Gens Nostra.


1. Máxima ZORREGUIETA CERRUTI (* Buenos Aires 17-5-1971), m.Amsterdam 2-2-2002 Willem-Alexander, King of the Netherlands


PARENTS


2. Jorge Horacio ZORREGUIETA STEFANINI (* Buenos Aires 18-1-1928), farmer, politician, "Presidente del Centro Azucarero Argentino" (since 1984), "Presidente de la Fundación Vasco Argentina Juan de Garay" (since 1995) [m.1st 1956 (div) Marta López Gil (* 1935)], m.2nd Paraguay 27-5-1970

3. María del Carmen CERRUTI CARRICART (* Buenos Aires 8-9-1944)


GRANDPARENTS


4. Juan Antonio ZORREGUIETA BONORINO (* Buenos Aires 19-9-1899, + Buenos Aires 14-1-1959), banker

5. Cesina STEFANINI BORELLA (* Buenos Aires 4-8-1901, + Buenos Aires 5-4-1999)

6. Dr. Jorge Horacio CERRUTI DE SAUTU (* Pergamino, Province of Buenos Aires 7-12-1911, + Buenos Aires 17-11-1992), medical doctor, surgeon, farmer, m. Buenos Aires 3-6-1942

7. María del Carmen CARRICART CIEZA (* Buenos Aires 17-5-1915, + Capitán Sarmiento, Province of Buenos Aires 15-1-1999)


GREAT-GRANDPARENTS


8. Dr. Amadeo ZORREGUIETA HERNANDEZ (* Salta, Argentina, + Mendoza, Aregentina), mayor of the capital city of Mendoza, minister of public works of the province of Mendoza

9. Máxima Blanca BONORINO GONZALEZ (* Buenos Aires 8-4-1874, + Buenos Aires 8-3-1965), "una bisabuela criolla", descendant of Afonso III, King of Portugal (1210-1279)

10. Oreste STEFANINI (* Genoa, Italy), maritime entrepreneur

11. Tullia BORELLA (* Turin, Italy ca 1876), rural worker, emigrates to Argentina in 1900

12. Dr. Santiago Anastacio CERRUTI PONCE DE LEÓN (* San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Province of Bueno Aires 15-4-1872, + Pergamino, Province of Buenos Aires 4-1-1940), medical doctor, surgeon, m. church of Nuestra Señora de la Merced, Pergamino, Province of Buenos Aires 26-5-1897

13. María Mercedes DE SAUTU MARTINEZ (* Pergamino, Province of Buenos Aires 18-2-1877, + Pergamino, Province of Buenos Aires 2-3-1992)

14. Domingo CARRICART ETCHART (* Rauch, Province of Buenos Aires 1885, + 24-2-1953), landowner, politician, "Director del Banco Provincial de Buenos Aires", first mayor of González Chaves, mayor of Tres Arroyos

15. Carmen CIEZA RODRIGUEZ


GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS


16. Mariano ZORREGUIETA MAURIN (1830-1893), politician, historian, author, "escribano de gobierno, interventor de correos, Concejal por varios períodos", member and president of the senate of the Province of Salta

17. Jesús HERNANDEZ CORNEJO, "su cónyuge salteña"

18. Esteban BONORINO LOBO (* Buenos Aires 3-6-1842, + Buenos Aires 28-5-1919), m.Buenos Aires 20-5-1868

19. Máxima GONZÁLEZ Y DE ISLAS, "of the family of Gral. Presidente D. Justo José de Urquiza (1800-1870)"

20. - 23.

24. Santiago (Giacomo) CERRUTI (* Varese, Liguria, Italy 28-3-1827, + San Nicolás de los Arroyos, Province of Bueno Aires 21-5-1896)

25. Petrona Rita PONCE DE LEÓN Y PASTOR (* Buenos Aires 20-5-1827, + Pergamino, Province of Buenos Aires 29-8-1908)

26. Marcial DE SAUTU RODRIGUEZ (* Capilla del Señor, Province of Buenos Aires 14-9-1845, Pergamino, Province of Buenos Aires 8-4-1921), m.San Nicolas 10-7-1872

27. Carmen MARTINEZ FIGUEROA (* San Antonio de Areco, Province of Buenos Aires 16-7-1938, + Pergamino, Province of Buenos Aires 3-1-1918)

28. Bernardo CARRICART HARAMBURU (* Moncayolle, Pays Basque, France, + Castelli, Province of Buenos Aires 1896), emigrated with his wife to Argentina in 1865, veterinarian

29. Juana ETCHART IRIART (+ Las Flores, Province of Buenos Aires 17-1-1921)

30. Manuel CIEZA GUTTIERREZ

31. Manuela RODRIGUEZ SILVA


GREAT-GREAT-GREAT-GRANDPARENTS


32. ............ (unknown)

33. María Lucía ZORREGUIETA MAURIN (* [or baptized] Salta, Argentina 4 [or 6]-7-1806) [herself daughter of José Antonio DE SORREGUIETA Y OYARZABAL, GAMBOA Y SAGASTUME (* [or baptized] Tolosa, Guipúzcoa, Spain 13-12-1777), "próspero comerciante", moved to Salta, Argentina in 1790 and Micaela MAURIN BAMONDE]

34. Antonio HERNÁNDEZ

35. Petrona (FERNÁNDEZ-)CORNEJO Y FEMAYOR

36. "el Capitán de Granaderos" Martiniano BONORINO Y BARBACHANO (1809-1887), "guerrero de la Independencia" (1809-1887), m.Buenos Aires 30-12-1832

37. Juliana LOBO Y TEJADA (* Buenos Aires)

38. José GONZÁLEZ

39. Anastasia DE ISLAS Y LADRÓN DE GUEVARA

40. - 47.

48. Pietro Bartolomeo CERRUTI (* Varazza near Savona, Liguria, Italy)

49. Maddalena CRAVIOTTO

50. Pedro Pablo PONCE DE LEÓN, m. Buenos Aires 25-9-1824

51. Josefa PASTOR (* San Nicolás de Los Arroyos)

52. Mariano DE SAUTU Y CASTAÑEDA

53. Juana RODRIGUEZ TORRES

54. Julián Francisco MARTÍNEZ CAÑAS

55. Mercedes FIGUEROA BAGUÉ

56. Fernand CARRICART

57. Graciana HARAMBURU

58. Jean ETCHART

59. Maria Anne IRIART

60. - 63.


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