Haitian President Davilma Theodore
Becoming president of Haïti from 7 November 1914 to 22 February 1915, Joseph Davilmar Theodore was born in 1847 in the town of Ennery in the northern part Haiti. A military man, he was very involved in the Caco movement in Haiti. This group was responsible for the protest against President Oreste Zamor and ended up getting the best of him. This movement led to the resignation of Davilmar Theodore who was replaced by Jean Vilbrun Guillaume Sam.