Pedro de Ávila

AGI, Pasajeros, L.2, E.4798 = Boyd Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:11496 [Pedro Dávila, vecino of Torrijos, al Perú, Sept. 25, 1534];

AGI, Lima, 565, L.1 [fol.191v: July 11, 1534, allow him to go with Hernando Pizarro to Peru, vecino of Torrijos];

AGI, Indiferente General, 1208, N.5 [fol.1r: Feb. 21, 1547, Alonso Martín de Ávila, vecino of San Lucar de Barrameda, it will be 13 years since his son, Pedro de Ávila went to the Indies, was in Cuzco, had a son, Pedro de Ávila, by an Indian woman; Pedro (Alonso's son) died three years later; fol.2r: seeks license to go to Peru to collect the property of his son, Pedro de Ávila, and his 4 year old grandson, Pedro de Ávila, mestizo; son died 3 years ago; poder held by Juan Ramos, estante in Cusco, age 70];

AGI, Contaduría, 1784, N.2, “Cuentas de Lorenzo de Aldana, 1547 and 1557” [los caudals que por comision del Lic. Gasca recibio en el castigo y allanamiento de Pizarro; Los Reyes, 21 Nov. 1548: a report will be taken regarding what was spent on the armada against Gonzalo Pizarro; libranzas in the Hacienda Real; don't know where these people actually are, although some names are from Mexico; each line item says: Yten se le haze cargo de 100 pesos que recibio y el dicho Jayme [Faxardo] por el de Pedro de Ávila que hizo de prestado de que se le dio libranza];

AGI, Patronato 65, N1, R7 [1562, Mexico, Isabel de Cuellar, widow of Juan de Ávila, conquistador; children: Juan de Cuellar (encomienda of Chiluautla inherited grant made by Estrada), Pedro Dávila, Petronila de Ávila, Ynés de Ávila, Agustin de Ávila, María de Ávila; husband came with Narváez; asking for financial help for herself and the rest of the children [perhaps then too young]; witness: Francisco Rodríguez, vecino and conqueror, more than 60 years old, signed, no signature on copy];

AGI, Patronato, 77, N.2, R.5 [Probanza of Gaspar de Ávila: 1580, Gaspar is vecino of Puebla, his three brothers have died, son of Gaspar de Ávila and doña Antonia Jiménez; brothers were: Pedro de Ávila, Gaspar de Ávila, Alonso de Ávila, Francisco de Ávila; Alonso died at age 30, Francisco at 22 and Pedro at 18; 1580, Tepeaca, Benito Muñoz, more than 70; witness-Geronimo de la Torre Aguirre, says that Pedro died in his house in Puebla (image 47); 1583-Gaspar says his brothers died young, unmarried and without children] [probably the wrong time period];

Acuña, Relaciones Geográficas: Nueva Galicia [Tenamaztlan: Pedro de Ávila (rubrica), corregidor (p.277)] [doubtful as a mutineer];

de Quiñones:  

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD110, Real Audiencia, Tierras, vol. 1876, exp.6, 1555-57 [fol.16: Jalapa, lands conceded to Pedro de Avila Quiñones, outskirts of Suchitonala, Acatlan mentioned, Veracruz; Quiñones is not the expeditionary];

Epistolario de Nueva España, #485, v.9, p.22 [Jan. 1560, Cuatepeque, bishopric of Guaxaca, son of Gaspar de Ávila, 1st holder, assessed at 500 pesos in gold dust, honey, fish, gourds/pottery vessels, corn and cultivation of cacao; 1/2 Taymes, bishopric of Mechuacan, assessed at 500 pesos in money, wheat and corn];

AHMC, Caja A4, exp. 11 [July 20, 1564, "Edicto del alcalde mayor Pedro Dávila de Quiñones", fol. 1] [probably not, since he was a mutineer];

AGI, Escribanía de la Cámara, 952, “Sentences by the Real Consejo, 1535-77” [fol. 931: 11 Dec.  1576, Pedro de Avila Quiñones, vecino of Mexico, concerning the pueblo of Alnepa?];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD23, Real Audiencia, Civil, vol.713, exp.8 [doña Heronima de Ávila hija de Gaspar de Ávila Quiñones primer conquistador de este reyno contra la real hazienda y convento de Santa Maria, 1590; her brother, deceased, was Pedro de Ávila Quinones];

Velasco, Relación de las encomiendas [p.38: Guatepeque, 1/2 Taymeo, Gaspar de Avila, conqueror, 1st holder, succeeded by oldest legitimate son, Pedro de Avila, has a mother and sibs, small pueblo];

Warren, Conquest of Michoacán [1528, Gaspar de Ávila had 1/2 Taimeo with a tribute of 300 loads of corn to be delivered to the mines; passed on to his son, Pedro de Ávila, p.278];

AGI, Indiferente General, 1529, N.2 [relación de tasaciones de pueblos de Indios de Nueva España, 1560; "Guatepeque (en Oaxaca) encomendado en Pedro de Ávila hijo de Gaspar de Ávila que fue primero tenedor esta tasado en oro en polvo miel pescado xicaras maiz beneficio de cacao vale quinientos pesos"; "Taymeo (en Michoacán) la mitad en la real corona y la otra mitad en el dicho Pedro de Ávila esta tasado en dinero trigo maiz vale la parte del encomendero quinientos pesos"];

AGI, Mexico, 22 [1590, Alcaldes Mayores: Gaspar de Ávila, son of conquistador, Epatlan, next to Puebla; Rodrigo de Ávila Pablo?, poblador married to a daughter and granddaughter of conquistadores, Vera Cruz];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD51, Gobierno Virreinal, General de Parte, vol.3, exp.206 [fol.198:  Sept 25 1587, the pueblo of Taimeo, the crown and Pedro Davila Quiñones paid the priest's salary of 150 ps de oro comun];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD51, Gobierno Virreinal, General de Parte, vol.1, exp.157 [1575, Licencia to transport 16 arrobas of wine to the casas de su tio Pedro Dávila Quiñones granted to don Francisco Carrillo, residente en la costa de Xalapa];

AGI, Contaduría, 679, "Cuentas de oficiales reales, 1578-79" [almojarifazgo nuevo: on November 20, 1578, Pedro de Ávila [Quiñones], encomendero of one half of the pueblo of Taimeo (Veracruz), makes a payment of 9 pesos on behalf of the Indians to cover the remainder of what is owed for 1571 and 1572, Ávila is also guarantor for Francisco de Bustamante, teniente que fue de tesorero en Veracruz];

AGN, El Libro de Tasaciones [p. 298: Quatepeque, en la mar del sur, obispado de Oaxaca; primera, Gaspar Dávila, conquistador [1542]; segunda, Pedro Dávila, su hijo; pp. 315-19: Taimeo, October 1548: Gaspar Dávila and la mujer e hijos de Francisco Rodríguez de Zacatula are encomenderos, 1555 and 1566: Pedro Dávila [Quiñones] is encomendero of one half]

del Aguila

ARChV, PL Civiles, Pérez Alonso (OLV), Caja 1285,6 [1592, Pleito de Convento de Nuestra Señora de Gracia, de Ávila, Pedro de Ávila del Aguila, de Ávila Sobre Pagar Pedro de Ávila enteramente la renta de una capellanía fundada por Pedro de Ávila, de quien el primero es heredero, en el convento de Nuestra Señora de Gracia];

Surname: 
Ávila