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Francisco Tomás de Anchia Longa
Born 1783 (1783)
Died 1842 (1843) (aged 64)
Place of birth Longa de Mallabia
Allegiance  Spain
Rank Lieutenant General
Battles/wars

War of the Pyrenees
Peninsular War

Francisco Tomás de Anchia Longa (10 April 1783 – 1831) was a Spanish guerrilla. He was born in the village of Longa, Mallabia (province of Biscay). A blacksmith by trade, he and 100 men engaged the French in guerilla warfare, attacking the lines of communication around Pancorbo, Orduña and Valdeajos. From these humble beginnings, he subsequently became the commander of the Iberian Division. In 1813 he was appointed General, later Field Marshal and in 1825, Lieutenant-General. He died in 1831 at 48 years of age.[citation needed]

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