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Enrique C. Creel

Enrique C. Creel, Mexican diplomat. member city council, Chihuahua, 1876-1880; member Mexico National Congress, 1898-1904.

Background

  • Creel, Enrique C. was born on August 31, 1854 in Chihuahua, Mexico. Son of Reuben W. (of Kentucky) and Paz (Cuilty) Creel.

  • Education

    • Self educated.

    Career

    • Merchant, school teacher, newspaper man, tanner, farmer, miner, banker, railway official, financier. Member city council, Chihuahua, 1876-1880. Member Mexico National Congress, 1898-1904.

      Speaker of House, 1892. Governor State of Chihuahua, 1903-1906. A.E. and Member of Parliament of Mexico to the United States.

      Since 1906. President Banco Central Mexicano. Vice president Chihuahua & Pacific Railroad, Kansas City, Mexico & Orient R.R. Director several banking and insurance companies.

      Interested in other manufacturing enterprises in Mexico Home: Chihuahua, Mexico Address: Mexican Embassy, Washington.

    Membership

    Member city council, Chihuahua, 1876-1880. Member Mexico National Congress, 1898-1904.

    Connections

    • Married Angela Terrazas, September 12, 1880.
    • father: Reuben W. (of Kentucky) Creel
    • mother: Paz (Cuilty) Creel
    • spouse: Angela Terrazas
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    Born August 31, 1854
    Died August 7, 1931
    (aged 76)
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