Fabio Tomaz da Silva, Peripheral Character, But Not Insignificant in the Political-Administrative Release of the Crisima and the Revolution of the 30’s – Dr. Henrik Pacter’s Blog

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Fabio Tomaz da Silva, a peripheral character, but not unimportant in the politico-administrative release of Christie’s and the 30’s revolution

There are some characters who seem to play a minor role in our story. Looking closer, they acquire a larger shape, attracting attention. They became essential. Fabio Tomaz da Silva He is one of those figures, but his memory is already fading from the memory of Christmas.

Seven of the gold of the Christmas release

The seven characters essential to our liberation, almost all of them are forgotten, but one of them has reached the state status as a soldier and warrior, fighting in the revolution of the 30’s, Fabio Thomas da Silva

Colonel Pedro Benedett

He was born on 05.01.1864 in the province of Treviso, Italy. Son of Lorenzo Benedet and Regina Sonego. In the first wave of settlers arriving here, he reached the age of 15 in Chrysoma. Married to Antonia Martinelo, they had 13 children, 8 of whom were women. Postal Agent, he presided over the first municipality from 01.1.1926 to 01.09.1928 and was involved in the formation of our municipality. In 1926 he founded the Pioneer Newspaper Minor With Marcos Roveris and Frederico Minato. He explored coal as a shareholder in the Sociedade Carbonífera Próspera SA. A frequent traveler from Veneto in the province of Belluno, in September 1927 he sent a large bronze bell to the English matrix Sao Jose. He died on 08.01.1941 at the age of 77 years.

Frederico Minato

Veneto was born in the province of Treviso, where he was born on 12.1.1863. He came to Brazil in 1877 at the age of 14. Married to Narcissa Dandolini, they had 7 children. She was the father of Fiovo Minato, a folklorist from the region, and also the grandfather of Genesia Minato, married engineer Ayrton Agido Brando, and the first woman to practice as a lawyer at Crisuma.

Frederico had a shop, lord and beer factory. One of the pioneers of the coal industry, he built it in 1917 in collaboration with engineer Manuel Poe Correa, Sia Carbonifera. Colonies. Then, with the shareholding of Marcos Roveris and Francisco Mailer, it was Carbonifera Prospera Ltd. in Sociedad. Sub-Delegate and Chief of Police, died at Crisuma at the age of 92 (09.09.1955).

Gabriel Erns

Gabriel Earnes was born in 1890 in Sao Martinho. Helena married Steiner, and they had 13 children. His father ZILDA ARNS From it Dom Paolo Everesto Arns, Gabriel began living in Forkillhinhin in 1902, then a district of Chrysawaumar, one of the first 3 families to colonize the region. One of the key leaders in the release of Chrysomer, he was an honorary citizen of Chrysomer in 1962, and in the same year he was the No. 1 pioneer in the Farkilhinha district. He died in Curitiba in 1965, where ZILDA ARNS Living

Oliverio Nuremberg

Braso do Norte was born in 1899. Father of 8 children in two marriages (Victoria Canella and Cecilia Canella). He graduated as a dentist in 1930 from a polytechnic course in Florianopolis. Carboniferas is a founding partner of Rio Maina, Catarinense and São Marcos. Councilor in 1936, vice-president of our city council, died in 1977 in Nova Venezia.

Marcos Roveris

He was born in the province of Bergamo, Italy, and arrived in Brazil in 1892, at the age of 19, on 05.10.1873. It was originally established in Kokala with a commercial house and lord factory. He had 9 children from his first marriage to Maria Nichel. Then, after his first wife died, he married Celestina Jelly, with whom he had six more children. Total: 15 children. On the street bearing his name in Criciúma, there was a sawmill, mechanical workshop, rice husk, serial mill, locomotive that provided free electricity to the entire population. The colony of Turvor begins. Associated with others, he was a shareholder in the Sociedade Carbonífera Próspera Ltda. In 1909 he was a councilor in Ararangua of which Crisuma was the 6th district. It stands in the fight for our political-administrative emancipation obtained by Act No. 1516 approved by the State Government on 10.31.1925. On 12.06.1925 he was sworn in as our first superintendent on 01.1.1926. On October 4, 1930, he was overthrown by the Gaucho Revolutionary Forces and replaced by Cincinnati Naspolini. Co-founder of the newspaper Minor, With the chief editor, Professor. Adolfo Campos. He participated in the commission in charge of building the hospital in Sao Jose. He died in Florianopolis on 12.28.1936 at the age of 63.

Henrik Dal Sasso

Born on 03.08.1881 in Venice, Italy. He came to Brazil in 1911, settling in the village of Nova Veneza. জন Father of children. Merchant and accountant, he participated in the first municipal council of Christie’s. He died on 06.02. 1960 in New Venice.

Fabio Tomaz da Silva

He was born on 11.05.1883 in Tubaro. Married to Maria Suarez da Silva, the couple had eight children. Antonio Tomaz, one son, was twice mayor of Ararangua. In 1918, he moved to Crisima, setting himself up in a dry and wet store in Opera Velha. He was a police chief, road manager and a representative of the Ministry of Public Works. Chrysomer was the secretary of the first municipal council, chaired by Pedro Benedett, and consisted of Gabriel Arnes, Henrik Dal Sasso, and Oliverio Nuremberg. The council elected Marcos Roveris as its superintendent (mayor) on 01.1.1906. He died in 1960 in Nova Venezia. 5,012

Fabio Silva: Imputed figure, character without jazz

FÁBIO famous Dr. It had a personal friend. OTTO Feuerschutte, Tubarão second doctor and three-time mayor of Cidade Azul. Moving to Crisium, Fabio acquired a small building that was a hotel, hospital in S সাo Jos and later its condenser. EC Metropol, There Avenida Centenário, at the Estrada de Ferro Dona Thereza Christina’s crossing for the railway track. The building was very close to Banco Santander.

He was a councilor from 1926 to 1928, building the Florianopolis-Anatapolis Highway in his spare time. When Revolution of the 30’sIn the meantime, the work of 6 km road has been completed.

A skilled businessman, in 1925 he joined a group that went to Florianopolis to fight for the release of Chrisiaumar, then in the Arangua district. They are in Parliament with Governor Antonio Pereira da Silva e Oliveira. It was an 8 day fight against the cell. Joao Fernandez, former mayor of the city. Victor Konder, brother of Adolf Konder and the next governor of SC, our great lawyer, drafted the law of 11.04.1925, created by the municipality of Christiaumer, installed a century later on 01.1.1926. Fabio was the secretary of the municipality. (Continued)


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