Francisco Calderón

Orozco y Berra in Dorantes de Carranza, Sumaría relación, 429 [vecino in Guatemala, 19 March 1528];

Busto D., Diccionario Histórico Biográfico, tomo 1 [p.302-03: Francisco Calderón: was in Perú in 1534; no evidence he was away from there during the expedition];

AGI, Justicia, 295, N.1, R.1, Quaderno 9  [Santiago 5 June 1536: witness: 30 more or less, given an encomienda by Pedro de Alvarado, signed-no signature on copy];

AGI, Justicia, 295, N.1, R.1, Quaderno 12  [Mexico 4 July 1537: witness for Jorge de Alvarado];

AGI, Justicia, 295, N.1, R.1, Quaderno 2  [Santiago 5 June 1536: witness, asked how many horsemen, footmen and servants Pedro de Alvarado took to Peru; signed his name-no signature on copy];

AGI, Patronato, 59, N.3, R.2 [méritos de Francisco Calderón, Gaspar de Árias de Ávila e hijo, Santiago de Guatemala, January 7, 1551] [talks only about Guatemala and Peru] (probably not the expeditionary)];

AGNEP, Notaría 3, Caja 1, Carpeta 1.10, Andrés de Herrera, 1552 [Poder from García Sánchez, vecino of Oaxaca, presently in Puebla, to Francisco Hernández de Ávila and Álvaro de Cacéres to collect from Francisco Calderón, vecino of Guatimala, 400 cargas de cacao; the transaction was initiated in 1543; 15 November 1552];

AGI, Contratación, 134 [Autos fiscales, 1555-1561; all items deal with the aftermath of a severe storms that hit armadas bound from Spain to the Indies in 1555 and 1560, many ships sank, some returned to Spain, other went on to the Indies, second item: fiscal contra Diego Hernández, maestre, and Gaspar Estevan, piloto, 1556; testimony taken in Santo Domingo on the isla de Española, in March 1556: a witness is a Francisco Calderón, merchant and vecino de Santo Domingo, 30 years old more or less, he came from Spain in the armada in 1555, can sign but no signature on copy; another witness is a Gonzalo Hernández, merchant, estante in Santo Domingo, about 35 years old, can sign but no signature on copy; [too late to Indies];

AGI, Patronato, 61, N.2, R.8 [Feb 7, 1558, méritos y servicios of Francisco Calderón, served in Guatemala and Honduras, went to Peru and served with Pedro de Alvarado; Fernando de Segura y Gálvez, vecino of Santiago de los Cavalleros, Guatimala; son of Rodrigo de Gálvez and Inés Calderón] [Francisco Calderón is the father of Inés Calderón; not expedition related];

AGI, Patronato, 65, N.1, R.12 [1562, Santiago, Pablo Genovés, vecino, married to Costanza Calderon, daughter of Francisco Calderón, one of the principal conquerors of those provinces and Peru until his death];

AGI, Patronato, 74, N.1, R.3 [1575, Santiago, Francisco de Godoy y Guzmán, son of Lorenzo de Godoy and Mayor Páez, Francisco married Isabel Calderón, daughter of Francisco Calderón and granddaughter of Gaspar Árias de Ávila, Calderón went to Peru with Quinoñes, witness: Diego Hernándes, lieutenant alguazil mayor, age-more than 50, signed, no signature on copy];

Aparicio y Aparicio, Conquistadores de Guatemala [came to Indies in 1512, conqueror of Guatemala, went to Perú, 2 daughters, Inés married Rodrigo de Gálves y Segura, Isabel married Lorenzo de Godoy];

Surname: 
Calderón