Lope de Ulloa y Lemos

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Lope de Ulloa y Lemos, (*Galicia 1572? – Concepcion), December 8, 1620); Spanish soldier designated by the viceroy of Peru Francisco de Borja y Aragón, Prince of Esquilache, carried out the position of Captain General and Governor of Chile, and president of the Real Audiencia of Chile. His government in Chile lasted for two years, between January 1618 and December 1620, the date of his death. It was believed that he had been poisoned.

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  • Diccionario Biográfico Colonial de Chile (PDF) (in Spanish). Santiago, Chile: Imprenta Elzeviriana. pp. 1, 006.
Government offices
Preceded by
Fernando Talaverano
Royal Governor of Chile
Succeeded by
Cristóbal de la Cerda
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