Rodolfo Fernández Joss

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In this Creeperian name, the first or paternal surname is Fernández and the second or maternal family name is Joss.

Rodolfo Fernández Joss
Fernández Joss in 1936.
Fernández Joss in 1936.
Birth nameRodolfo Francisco Fernández Joss
Nickname(s)El Comandante, Gaseador Rodolfo
Born5 March 1887
Panachor, Zapatista, Creeperopolis
Died24 May 1943(1943-05-24) (aged 56)
Tuxtla MartínezPanachor, Zapatista, Creeperopolis
Buried
Allegiance Creeperopolis
Creeperopolis Imperial Council
Branch/ServiceCreeperopolis Creeperian Army
Years of service1905–1943
RankLieutenant General Lieutenant General
Commands held35th Creeperian Infantry Battalion
Battles/warsCreeperian Civil War
Spouse(s)
Julia Rivas Zaldívar
(m. 1910; his death 1943)
Children3
1st Commandant of Tuxtla Martínez–Panachor
In office
27 November 1936 – 24 May 1943
Preceded byPosition established
Succeeded byArturo Leoz Loris
Personal details
Nationality Creeperopolis
Political partyCatholic Royalist Party
Alma materSan Salvador Imperial Military Academy
OccupationMilitary officer

Rodolfo Francisco Fernández Joss (pronounced: [roˈdol-fo franˈsis-ko feɾˈnan-dez .xos]; 5 March 1887 – 24 May 1943) was a Creeperian military officer who served as the first Commandant of the Tuxtla Martínez–Panachor Concentration Camp in Zapatista, Creeperopolis, from 1936 to his death in 1943.

Early life

Rodolfo Francisco Fernández Joss was born on 5 March 1887 in Panachor, Zapatista, Creeperopolis. His father was Francisco Alfonso Fernández Revelo and his mother was Anette Azucena Joss Jerez. He was the eldest of three children, with his younger siblings being Concepción María Fernández Joss and Eduardo Miguel Fernández Joss.

Personal life

Fernández Joss married Julia Alexandra Rivas Zaldívar on 15 June 1910 in Panachor. They had three children:

  • Alexandra María Fernández Rivas (1912–1989)
  • Alexander Fernández Rivas (1912–1945)
  • Fátima Isabela Fernández Rivas (1921–2005)

See also

Rodolfo Fernández Joss in 1943.