Gaspar Álvarez

AGI, Indiferente General, 422, L.16 [licenses to bring slaves and one horse to the Indies];

AGI, Indiferente General, 1380 [villa of Trujillo del piñar puerto e cabo de Honduras, 17 April 1533, regarding Isabel Albitez minor daughter of Governor Diego Albitez; witness - Gaspar Álvarez, pilot, doesn't know how to sign];

AGI, Indiferente General, 1964, L.11 [fol.298: Sept. 22, 1549, license to go to Peru granted to Gaspar Álvarez de Toledo, with wife, children and criado; not him if he is already in New Spain and from Portugal]; [fol.65v-67v: Sept. 10, 1548, Los reyes llamados Juan Díaz, Juan Martinez de Ribera and Gaspar Álvarez, portuguese; ordenandoles que compren 300 quintales de cobre para hacer artilleria y lo envien a Franciso Verdugo in Malaga];

AGI, Contaduría, 1784, N.2, “Cuentas de Lorenzo de Aldana, 1547 and 1557” [los caudals que por comision del Licenciado Gasca recibio en el castigo y allanamiento de Pizarro; 27 Sept 1559-witnesses in Los Reyes on behalf of Lic. Gomez Hernandez; Gaspar Álvares, age-59 +/-, Aldama le dio un libramiento en que por el le mando pagar 211+ pesos por Rui González y 2 negros suyos y en el dicho libramiento otros 169 pesos y en el dicho libramiento por 4 marineros 456+ pesos, 120 pesos por ropa, 15 pesos por hierro, signed with a rubrica, not here; Diego Días, age-45 +/-, signed, no signature on copy]

AGI, Justicia, 870, N.5 [Sept. 11, 1564: Diego Martín de Escacena, Lazaro Ruiz, Gaspar Álvarez y otros marineros de la carrera de las Indias, appealing a sentence];

AGI, Patronato, 289, R.11 [1564, maestre de la mar del sur];

AGI, México, 281, "Cartas y expedientes de personas eclesiásticas" [3 Abril 1576, Probanza of Diego de Ruesga, clerigo; witness: in Toledo, Gaspar Álvarez, age-76+, don't know if he signed]; [probably stayed in Puebla];

Piferrer, Nobiliario, 4:180-182, #1812 [descendants of royal blood of León y Asturias; line begins with infante don Ordoño and infanta doña cristina; founded in the concejo of Navia, Asturias; Nuño Álvarez de Anaya flourished in 900, was conde and rico-home, second only to the prince or infante; spread throughout Spain, Portugal and America; in order to distinguish all the lines an additional apellido is usually added];

Piferrer, Nobiliario, 4:17, #1573 [noble family in Sevilla; escudo first of gold and a tree with a wolf at the foot of the trunk; second jaquelado of silver and gules];

Surname: 
Álvarez