Tomas Vivar
was the Count of Mouromorto, and the elder brother of Major Blas Vivar. He was one of the minority of Spanish citizens who became anfrancesados, who supported Napoleon's invasion of Spain. He believed in the ideals of the French revolution, and supported the scientific age, and held the old religion in contempt.

His brother, Blas, reported that he owned three properties; a house in the city of Orense, a house in the country, and an abandoned castle, to which Sharpe an his Riflemen were taken by Blas Vivar after they escaped from Colonel Pierre De l'Eclin and his dragoons in Sharpe's Rifles.

Tomas Vivar was killed by his younger brother during the assault upon Santiago de Compostela.

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