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Signatories of the Banco de Tabasco

Interventor

Luis Dorbecker

Dorbecker took up his post on 3 January 1901report of interventor Luis Dorbecker, 5 July 1901, in Memorias de las Instituciones de Crédito correspondientes á los años 1900-1902, vol. I.

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Gerente

Franciso Rodríguez

Rodríguez, the Director Gerente on the 1901 issues, appears on some 1903 notes as a Consejero as he later joined the board.

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Teodoro Abaunza was born in 1865. He was elected the first secretary of the Circulo Mercantil de Tabasco on its formation on 2 March 1890Periódico Oficial, 29 March 1890.

He was appointed Cajero of the new bank in December 1900El Imparcial, 3 December 1900 and took over as Gerente on [     ]. He signed the $5 and $10 notes that were dated 19 September 1903. He resigned in November 1913 and was replaced by Santiago MotaPeriódico Oficial, Tomo XXXV, Núm. 3, 10 January 1914.

On 15 September 1903 Abaunza was elected a comisario of the newly formed Ferrocarril Central Tabasqueño, S. A., which proposed to construct a railway from San Juan Bautista to Cunduacan and the Rió SecoThe Mexican Herald, 30 October 1903.

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Consejero

José A. Búlnes  sig Bulnes

José González Lamadrid

On 15 September 1903 José González Lamadrid was elected a vocal of the newly formed Ferrocarril Central Tabasqueño, S. A., which proposed to construct a railway from San Juan Bautista to Cunduacan and the Rió SecoThe Mexican Herald, 30 October 1903. He was owner of “La Industrial” chocolate factoryEco de Tabasco, 17 February 1909.

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Miguel Ripoll Deyá

The casa comercial of M. Ripoll y Cía was on the corner of Constitución y 1ra de Grivalja.

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Rafael Sevilla C.

On 15 September 1903 Rafael Sevilla was elected a vocal of the newly formed Ferrocarril Central Tabasqueño, S. A., which proposed to construct a railway from San Juan Bautista to Cunduacan and the Rió SecoThe Mexican Herald, 30 October 1903.

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José García Trueba's estalishment was on the corner of Juárez and Reforma. sig Consejero m

Policarpo ValenzuelaPolicarpo Valenzuela Yera was born at San Antonio de Cárdenas, Tabasco, on 26 January 1831. He was an important businessman making a fortune out of the exploitation of large areas of forest land, including control of the waterways that were used to transport harvested trees. On 15 September 1903 Policarpo Valenzuela was elected president of the newly formed Ferrocarril Central Tabasqueño, S. A., which proposed to construct a railway from San Juan Bautista to Cunduacan and the Rió SecoThe Mexican Herald, 30 October 1903.

He was interim governor of Tabasco on two occasions (12 March – 5 April 1886, 21 – 23 March 1887) and elected Constitutional Governor in December 1910 for the period 1911 – 1914, though he renounced the office on 9 June 1911 after only six months, because of pressure from the revolutionaries. He died in San Juan Bautista, Tabasco on 4 January 1914.

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Nicolas ValenzuelaNicolás P. Valenzuela was the son of Policarpo Valenzuela. sig N Valenzuela

Francisco Rodríguez

see Gerente above.

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Bartolomé Estades 

On 15 September 1903 Bartolome Estades was elected a vocal of the newly formed Ferrocarril Central Tabasqueño, S. A., which proposed to construct a railway from San Juan Bautista to Cunduacan and the Rió SecoThe Mexican Herald, 30 October 1903.In March 1906 he was a vocal suplente for the “La Industrial” factoryPeriódico Oficial, Tabasco, 14 March 1906.

He signed some higher numbered $5 and $10 notes dated 19 September 1903.

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Juan Ripoll y Deyá

He signed some higher numbered $5 and $10 notes dated 19 September 1903.

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Manuel Suárez González

He signed some higher numbered $10 notes  dated 19 September 1903.

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