Alonso de Valderey/Valderreina was not present at the 1540 muster. He later testified that he did participate in the Expedition. Alonso seemed perfectly fine calling himself Valderey or Valderreina, perhaps changing his allegiance to whichever monarch was in power. He was a native of Astorga (León province) and the son of Alonso de Valderrey and Leonor Alonso. Alonso was one of the oldest expeditionaries at age 38.
AGI, Pasajeros, L.2, E.3172 = Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:5852a & II:5866 [son of Alonso de Valderrey and Leonor Alonso, native of Astorga, vecino of Palacios de Valduerna [18km SE of Astorga], to México Oct. 1536]
AGI, Justicia, 1021, N.2, Pieza 2, “Relación sacada de la probanza, 1551” [witness: Valderreina; Valderey; Tiguex war];
AGI, Justicia, 1021, N.2, Pieza 6, “Relación sacada de la probanza” [México, January 10, 1547] [witness:Valderey (natural de Astorga in León, 45 years old] [says the Indians of Tiguex killed about 50 horses] [says: pedian de comer a los vecinos naturales de las dichas provincias e quando no lo daban lo tomaban] [says that the pueblo where López de Cárdenas was in charge was 3 1/2 leagues from where Vázquez de Coronado was] [could sign his name, which is shown as only Alonso by the scribe (no signature on copy)]