Rarely do women appear in the documentary record. Luckily, the expeditionary Lope Caballero stated in 1547 that he had taken his Native wife with him on the Expedition. Unfortunately, he gives no further details about her. Because Lope lived in Puebla after the return of the Expedition, it is possible that she was a native of that area.
AGI, México, 1064, L.1 \1, “Informes” [fol.228r] = Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:6159 = Icaza, Diccionario, #987 [natural de Lugo, Galicia; to Nueva España 1535; took wife on expedition] [vecino of Puebla; native of Lugo in Galicia; son of Juan Cavallero and Mari Hernández; his father served in Granada where he died; 10 years in Nueva España;married with a Native woman; went with Vázquez de Coronado and took his wife; wrote on that jornada; 2 sons]