Biography of Brgida of the Virgins Pear tree of Alencar Brgida Maria of the Virgins Pear tree of Alencar, caboclo of aboriginal origin Cariri, was adoptive son of Leonel Pear tree of Alencar Waters, perhaps natural son of one of its children, as well as its rsula sister of the Virgins Pear tree of Alencar, who are kidnapped in Juazeiro of the Bahia, for rival bandeirantes, being later married with a Portuguese sertanista of the family Walnut, going to live in Saint Maria of the Boa Vista, in Pernambuco, where vast generation left, whose antecedents lived hinterland of the Cear no longer. Brgida was born in Cabrob in the half of century XVIII and it always lived in the hinterland of the Cariri, in Pernambuco, having been created together with the children and grandsons of the family Alencar, whose part of the family was in the Cear and another one migrou for Cabrob, for 1792 return when the first misunderstandings had occurred. If it does not have to certain who had been its natural parents, but the registers point in direction to deduce that Brgida was a bastard Alencar and that it was incorporated family, lived taking care of of the house and the religious functions of the chapel of Cabrob. She was married a Portuguese helped who it to take care of of catequese of the indians of its tribe, assisting freis and priests who took care of in the chapels of the region. She consists in documents of the churches that Brgida had four children, being that one of its children, Josefa Maria of the Carmo, later wife of the Lieutenant – Martim Colonel of the Agra Coast, founder of Parnamirim. One knows that Brgida did not have knowledge of all the populations that had sprouted in lands of its property, which had been of inheritance for its descendants, also the area of the town of the Bag of the Martinho in which Brgida was only of ticket, in the end of century XVIII, for occasion of missions in Ouricuri, being that the Village of Santana did not arrive to know, therefore already had deceased when was being demarcated the bite for opening of the road what it would be later Leopoldina, that today corresponds the city of Parnamirim.