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RAMIREZ, Francisco, R. C. bishop, born in Mexico in 1823; died in Brazos Santiago, Texas, 18 July, 1869. He entered the priesthood, and in the revolution of 1857 sided with the clerical party in opposing Benito Juarez. He gained the regard and confidence of the French during the occupation of Mexico, and through the influence of the archbishop of Morelia he was created bishop of Caradro and vicar-apostolic of Tamaulipas. During the empire he was attached to the court, and was appointed by Maximilian to be his almoner and a member of the imperial cabinet and council. On the fall of the empire he escaped to Texas, where he lived in great obscurity and poverty.
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