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November 14, 2019 - On this day in 1787, Pedro Peralta, a newborn baby, was baptized at Tumacácori, having been born the day before.
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The next day, his mother stepped outside and died suddenly. She was buried the day after that.
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Little Pedro died just six days later and was buried on the 21st of November.
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