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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