Joseph Alhambra

Political office

33rd Chancellor of Aloia


10 January 1805 - 10 January 1809

Preceded by

Philip Lorde Nelson

Succeeded by

Erik Eielson


San Francisco, Patagonia

Joseph Alhambra was an Argentine Aloian lawyer who served as Chancellor of Aloia from 1805 to 1809. 

Alhambra was the son of Aloian settlers in San Francisco, Patagonia. He was elected to represent the Argentine colonies in the mainland in the late 1700s, and ended up being elected Chancellor of Aloia in the 1804 election. Alhambra's surname reflected his family's Arveyran heritage.