Estanislao José Antonio
(b.1793), army officer, was born in Buenos Aires, the third son
of Justo Pastor Lynch
(1755-1830) and Ana Bernardo Roo (d.1836).
J.A. Lynch fought in the Argentine independence war with
the grade of colonel. On 2 January 1817 the Buenos Aires city council
appointed Estanislao Lynch as the major of Barracas. At
the same time,
his grand-father Patrick Lynch (b.1715) was a member of the city
council. Estanislao Lynch settled in Chile and married Carmen Solo de Zaldívar
Eduardo A., Los Irlandeses en la Argentina: Su Actuación y
Descendencia (Buenos Aires, 1987), p. 626.
- Buenos Aires City Council, Archivo General
de la Nación, Series IV, Vol. VII, Sections LXXIV
to LXXIX, 1816 and 1817 (Buenos Aires, 1930).