Alfonso Moreno Salinas

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His Excellency Jefe Admiral de la'Armada

Alfonso Moreno Salinas

Portrait of Moreno Salinas, 1565.
Portrait of Moreno Salinas, 1565.
1st Prime Minister of Creeperopolis
In office
8 March 1565 – 8 March 1570
MonarchAlfonso III
Preceded byPosition established
Succeeded byBernardo Funes Luque
1st Chairman of the Conservative Party
In office
1 December 1564 – 16 December 1569
Preceded byPosition established
Succeeded byBernardo Funes Luque
8th Administrator of the Military
In office
12 October 1563 – 31 November 1564
MonarchAlfonso III
Preceded byFernando Parejas Lemus
Succeeded byEsteban Huerta López
Personal details
Born8 September 1492
Adolfosburg, Adolfosburg, Creeperopolis
Died11 November 1572(1572-11-11) (aged 80)
San Salvador, San Salvador, Creeperopolis
Cause of deathCreeperian Malaria
Resting placeValley of the Fallen
NationalityCreeperopolis Creeperian
Political partyConservative Party
Clara Juárez Obregón
(m. 1523; his death 1572)
ParentsGustavo Moreno Hernández
Anastasia Salinas Pérez
RelativesMoreno Family
Alma materUniversity of Adolfosburg
OccupationPolitician, military
Civilian awardsOrder of the Parliament
Military service
Nickname(s)El Jefe
Allegiance Creeperopolis
Branch/serviceCreeperopolis Creeperian Navy
Years of service1510–1563
RankChief Admiral of the Navy
CommandsCreeperian Navy
Battles/warsTwenty Years' War
Military awardsOrder of the Crusaders' Cross

Alfonso Miguel Víctor Felipe de Gustavo y de los'Santos Ángeles Moreno y Salinas (8 September 1492 – 11 November 1572) was a Creeperian politician and navy officer who is most known for serving as the first Prime Minister of Creeperopolis from 1565 until his retirement in 1570.

Early life

Military career

Twenty Years' War

Anti-piracy efforts in the Senvarian Sea

Appointment as military administrator

Political career

Establishment of the First Parliament


Retirement and death

Personal life

Moreno Salinas married Clara María de la'Cruz Juárez Obregón (1494–1580) in 1523. They had four children:

  • María Fátima de la'Santísima Virgen Moreno Juárez de Gutiérrez (1525–1598)
  • Carolina Angelina y Concepción Moreno Juárez de Murillo (1529–1562)
  • Alfonso Felipe de Alfonso de los'Santos Moreno Juárez (1532–1584)
  • Alexandra Esmeralda María Moreno Juárez de Gaitán (1537–1604)



See also