Members of Expedition At-A-Glance

Miguel Sánchez (1)

Sánchez, Miguel (1) (unlikely to be Manuel Sánchez español, who does not know about the expedition)

1530-1540:

?AGI, Pasajeros, L.2, E.4294 = Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:491 [vecino of Mancera de Ayuso (Ávila), son of Alonso Gómez and Catalina Gómez, to México 1538]);

Alonso Sánchez (Montañes), son of

son of Alonso Sánchez 

1540-1550:

1540, Feb.: Muster in Flint & Flint, Documents, Document 12 [w/his father: seven horses, chainmail vests, native arms]

1560-1570:

Andrés de Salinas, son of

Salinas, son of Andrés de

1540-1550:

1540, Feb.: Muster in Flint & Flint, Documents, Document 12 [three horses, chainmail vest, head armor, native arms, Vázquez de Coronado's company]

AGI, México, 1064, L.1\1, “Informes” [fol.269r:listed under solteros y viudos; native of Salinas; son of Alonso Sanz de Salinas and María Alonso de Abarrça/Abariça; 11 years in Nueva España; married in Burgos; has 2 sons and 2 daughters; the oldest came with him to Cíbola];

Juan Ruiz (3)

Ruíz, Juan (3) Chiametla, doesn't know how to write

1530-1540:

?Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:3391 (ref. Los Judíos en la Nueva España [in México 1539];

Juan Ruiz (2)

Ruíz, Juan (2) (probably not in Puebla) (probably not in Mexico) (not the tundidor from Jaén) (not the MEXICO City platero) knows how to write; Compostela

1530-1540:

?Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:3391 (ref. Los Judíos en la Nueva España [in México 1539];

Francisco Rodríguez

Rodríguez, Francisco  (not the alcaide of the jail, odrero/encomendero from Guadalcanal, not in Nombre de Diós, not the conquistador-Francisco Rodríguez Pablos) (could he and Gaspar be brothers?) (not in Puebla-see Icaza #951)

pre-1530:

?Epistolario de Nueva España, vol.1, #72 [Muster for Montejo trip to Yucatan conducted in Sanlúcar, June 1527, native of Sevilla, son of Miguel Rodríguez, espadero, and Juana Rodríguez];

Juan de Morales

Morales, Juan (w/Alarcón) (not encomendero in Guatemala)

pre-1530:

?Epistolario de Nueva España, vol.1, #72  [Juan de Morales: Muster for Montejo trip to Yucatan conducted in Sanlúcar, June 1527, vecino of Aldearrubia, son of Pedro de Aldearrubia and Mari Sánchez]

?Porras Muñoz, El Gobierno de la Ciudad de México [<1527, Cortés gave Morales Oquila/Ocuila, but in 1527 he gave it to Pedro Zamorano, p.442];

Francisco Martín (1)

Martín, Francisco (1) the butcher  Our logic: the native of Azuaga has a relationship w/Zaldívar; Zaldívar went to Quivira and ordered the execution of El Turco; a Francisco Martín, a butcher, went and killed Turco; the native of Azuaga dies with a sword and crossbow, the very same items that the footman had

pre-1530:

Andrés Martín (1)

Martín, Andrés (1) (the connection to Francisco Martín (2) a horseman may be accurate)

pre-1530:

?Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:5213 = Millares Carlo y Montecón, Indice y extractos, I:1485 [Sept 9, 1528, vecino of Moguer, estante in Mexico City, gets poder from Pedro Ortíz]

1530-1540:

Martín Hernández (2)

Hernández, Martín (2) (not de Ribera)

Pre 1530:

?Epistolario de Nueva España, vol.1, #72 [Muster for Montejo trip to Yucatan conducted in Sanlúcar, June 1527, vecino of Linares, son of Pedro Martín and Juana Martín]

1530-1540:

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