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Son of Juan Vicente Caballero y Duque, native of Verdelpino de Huete, well-to-do farmer and collector of tercias who abandoned the ecclesiastical career when he married María Vicenta Morgáez y Teruel, native of Barajas de Melo, where both had their neighborhood.
At the beginning of the Liberal Triennium (1820-1823), he preached several sermons and sermons in his hometown and a function for the City Council for the swearing in of the Constitution of Cadiz (May 9, 1820). On November 1, 1820 he was elected captain of the National Militia of Barajas, he chased some thieves through the Salinas de Belinchón and made a militiaman’s presentation to the Cortes of 1822.
In Alcalá he became acquainted with Dr. Nicolás Heredero (professor of Literature and eloquence at the University of Alcalá and academic of History), who protected him and made him known in several patriotic sermons in Santa María la Mayor (March-May 1821). He fell in love with Paula Heredero, his niece. He abandoned his ecclesiastical career and married in Madrid (May 23, 1821).
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In the space El archivo de la historia coordinated by Miguel Jiménez Monteserín, which we broadcast on Thursdays every two weeks in Hoy por Hoy Cuenca, we have known this time the life of Fermín Caballero, born in Barajas de Melo, one of the most illustrious characters in the history of the province of Cuenca, who lived between 1800 and 1879.
MIGUEL JIMÉNEZ MONTESERÍN. Fermín Caballero y Morgáez was born in the town of Barajas de Melo, Cuenca, on July 7, 1800, one of the most lucid and cultured politicians of our 19th century. His parents, Juan Vicente Caballero and Vicenta Morgáez, who were well-to-do farmers, following the tradition of maintaining among the members of the family the enjoyment of a chaplaincy linked to it, chose Fermín from among their four children to be a clergyman and to serve it.
Based on the training received in the Seminary of Cuenca, tenaciously reinforced by his own intellectual concerns, he presented his candidacy and obtained in 1823 the appointment of interim Professor of Geography and Chronology at the Central University, created in 1822.