He was born in Ruielos de Mora (Teruel) in 1853 and died in 1939 in Sitges. He participated in the third Carlist War and was awarded with the Medal of Loyalty by Jaime de Borbon to the conflict survivors.
He studied and worked as a professor teaching in his home province.
In 1906 came to Sitges and was in charge of the public school, where he gained a great reputation as a teacher.
After his retirement he held several public positions: judge, councilman ...
He founded the Agrupación Tradicionalista de Sitges, prompted the publication of La FITA where he wrote articles about moral or historical studies.
He published works and the "Sitges Local Geography" in collaboration with his students.