| Southern Victory |
POD: September 10, 1862
|Appearance(s):||The Center Cannot Hold through Drive to the East;|
|Children:|| Pedro Rodriguez (son)|
Jorge Rodriguez (son)
Miguel Rodriguez (son)
Susana Rodriguez (daughter)
Magdalena was a frugal and effective manager of the Rodriguez household budget and was able to stretch it out even during the runaway inflation which nearly destroyed the Confederate economy in the years following the Great War. She disapproved of her husband's drinking in La Culebra Verde. She once saved her husband from being electrocuted after he gave her the gift of a refrigerator. Her English was broken.
In 1943, on hearing of the death of her husband, she wrote a letter to his old friend and commandant, Jefferson Pinkard, which Pinkard had difficulty reading. She refused to believe that her husband had committed suicide.