Juan Morillo

Brief Biography: 
Juan Morillo was present at the 1540 muster as a footman. It is possible that the individual in the Pasajero record from Fuente del Arco (Badajoz province) is the expeditionary because just four days earlier several expeditionaries from the same town registered for licenses for New Spain. If correct, then he is the son of Juan García Morillo and María García.
Gender: 
Male
Title (Y/N): 
No
Birthplace
Country of Origin: 
Spain
Place of Birth (modern province/state/region): 
Badajoz
Place of Birth (City/Town): 
?Fuente del Arco
Last Known Location: 
Tepic, Mexico (Muster)
Position on Expedition: 
Footman
Within Viceroy Mendoza's Sphere: 
No
Relatives: 
?father:Juan García Morillo; ?mother:María García
References-Documentary: 

1530-1540:

?AGI, Pasajeros, L.2, E.2183 = Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:1155 [September 20, 1535 [Juan Morillo, hijo de Juan García Morillo y de María García, vecinos de Fuente de Arco, a Nueva España (just 4 days earlier than the Martín Bermejo/Cano)]

1540-1550:

1540, Feb: Muster in Flint & Flint, Documents, Document 12 [1 horse, sword, round shield, native arms, footman]

1560-1570:

?AGI, Contaduría, 667A [diezmos de plata, 1561: a Juan de Morillo diezmo 24 marcos de plata]

?Actas de Cabildo, Tomo IV, Book 7, p.152 [29 Nov. 1563 -Martín alonso, vecino of Mexico City, granted a solar que es a la salida de la calle que viene de casa de Moscosa e sale a las espaldas of the Santo Hipolito church, linde de solar de Juan Morillo and de Malgarida López]

?AGNEP, Notaría 4, Caja 1, 1564, Carpeta 1.7 [19 December 1564, Juan López Morillo, vecino of Puebla, witness to poder];

?AGNEP, Notaría 4, Caja 3, Carpeta 1.9 [April 1567, Arrendamiento, en el pueblo de Acapetlauaca, an Alonso Coello de las Casas leases 90 fanegas de tierra en el valle de Atrisco to a Martín Gómez and Juan Morillo; the property is bounded by tierra de los herederos de Juan Alonso de Sosa];

?AGNEP, Notaría 4, Caja 4, 1569, Carpeta 1.17 [23 September 1569 Diego Ansino, vecino of Puebla, estante in Acapetlavaca, agrees to pay Juan Morillo, labrador en the valle de Atrisco 20 pesos de oro común for 3 novillos];

1570-1580:

?AGNEP, Notaría 4, Caja 7, 1570, Carpeta 1.3 [16 September 1570, Juan de Nava, labrador, residente en el valle de Atrisco owes Juan Morillo, residente en el valle 210 pesos de minas for 7 mulas, branded]

Other Info: Piferrer, Nobiliario, 4:67-68, #1623 [Sierra de Córdoba, in Belalcázar; escudo is a gold castle in a field of blue, over the door of the castle un rey asomado and at the foot of the castle 2 armed horsemen; por bordura 8 aspas of gold in a field of red]