Francisco de Pobares

Brief Biography: 
Francisco de Pobares was a native of Sabiote (Jaén province) and the son of Francisco de Pobares and Quíteria de Vera. Francisco was present at the 1540 muster as an unassigned horseman. Pobares's was one of the few deaths recorded in some detail in the documentary record.
Title: 
Hidalgo
Gender: 
Male
Title (Y/N): 
Yes
Birthplace
Country of Origin: 
Spain
Place of Birth (modern province/state/region): 
Jaén
Place of Birth (City/Town): 
Sabiote
Date of Death: 
1541
Death Details Known?: 
Yes
Died on the Expedition?: 
Yes
Last Known Location: 
Tiguex Pueblo (NM)
European Social Status: 
Hidalgo
Position on Expedition: 
Horseman
Within Viceroy Mendoza's Sphere: 
No
Relatives: 
father:Francisco de Pobares; mother: Quíteria de Vera
References-Documentary: 

1530-1540:

AGI, Pasajeros, L.2, E.2673 [May 17, 1536, Pobares, son of Francisco de Pobares and Quíteria de Vera, citizens of Sabiote [Jaén], to New Spain]

1540-1550:

1540, Feb: Muster in Flint & Flint, Documents, Document 12 [3 horses, elk hide jacket, chain mail vest, native arms];

Castañeda in Flint & Flint, Documents, Document 28 [Pobares, hidalgo, died];

Tello, Libro Segundo [p.423: Pobares shot in eye at Tiguex? and dropped dead]