Juan Cordero

ARChV, PL Civiles, Fernando Alonso (F), Caja 619,4 [1524-1526, Pleito de Juan González, de Bastardilla (Segovia) María de la Cámara, de Tordecaballeros (Segovia) Sobre Sobre pedir Juan González, clérigo, cura del lugar de Bastardilla, a María de la Cámara, mujer de Juan Cordero, el censo perpetuo que le debe, de una casa del lugar de Tordecaballeros] [unlikely];

AGI, Pasajeros, L.2, E.4032 = AGI, Patronato, 105, R.6 = Boyd Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, I:815 [to Florida, 1538, from Badajoz, probably not if expeditionary was in Puebla and Culiacán the same year]

AGI, Patronato, 20, N.5, R.15 [sin fecha--probably 1540s [payments to conquistadores and their heirs] [a Juan Cordero is listed as a son of conquistador Antonio Cordero];

González-Leal, Relación Secreta  [pp. 92-95: Vecinos de la provincia de Culiacán: includes el menor de Cordero, hijo de conquistador, tiene Apoma y Pamimbo y Tequipii];

AGI, Patronato, 181, R.14\13 [1550?, Memoria regarding the pueblos de Culiacán: el menor de Cordero, has en the sierras 2 pueblos Pomo and Pamyn (1300 men)];

AGI, Contaduría, 663B [Payment to conquistadores, their wives and children: to Juan Cordero, hijo de Antonio Cordero uno de los primeros conquistadores, 16 pesos, in 1553, paid 83 pesos in 1554, paid 69 pesos in October 1556];

AGI, Contaduría, 664, 1557 [Money to first conquerors yearly payments: Juan Cordero, son of Antón Cordero, one of the first conquerors of New Spain, 100 pesos and Cristóbal Cordero, son of Antón, 16 pesos];

AGI, Contaduría, 664, 1558 [Payments to conquistadores, wives and children: Juan Cordero, son of  one of the first conquerors, 76+ pesos];

AGI, Contaduría, 664, 1559 [Payments to those who went to Florida with Luna: Juan Cordero, 100 pesos (his brother Cristóbal also went)];

AGI, Contaduría, 664, 1559 [Payments to conquistadores, wives and children: Juan Cordero, son of Anton Cordero, one of the first conquerors, 154+ pesos, 8 June 1558-13 Oct 1559; Cristóbal Cordero, son of Antón Cordero, one of the first conquerors, 48+ pesos, 7 July 1558-7 Mar 1559];

AGI, Contaduría, 664, 1560 [Payments to conquistadores, wives and children: Cristóbal Cordero, 66+ pesos, 7 Mar 1559-7 Nov 1559; Juan Cordero, son of Antón Cordero, one of the first conquerors, 130 pesos, 13 Oct 1559-13 Oct 1560];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD72, Real Audiencia, Mercedes, vol.8, 1565 [fol. 82v: 1.5 caballeria; Irimbo, image 167; 4 August 1565; vecino of Mexico; son of a conquistador; 1.5 caballeria de tierra, in the pueblo of Yrimbo, next to the tierras of Pero Pérez de la Puebla; and next to Pedro Telo's sitio de estancia for ganado menor and 2 caballerias de tierra; Francisco de Córdova is to investigate that the grant will not harm the Indians; with stipulations regarding cultivation and prohibition against selling before 4 years and obtaining a censo];

AGI, Patronato, 78B, N.1, R.11 [vecino of Mexico, son of Antón Cordero and Isabel López, both deceased; his father- was in Santo Domingo, Hispañola and came with Cortés, for his service was the encomendero of Atitalaguia and Tetepongo, in Honduras, Higueras, his encomiendas escheated, leaving his family poor, Juan says 130 pesos is insufficient, he is married with children, he wants 500; his father died when he was a child, went to the conquest of Florida; 1584, Mexico, Probanza, Juan says he went to Florida with Luna [no claim of Cíbola], married María de Esquibel];

Dr. León in Dorantes de Carranza, Sumaria relación [p.436: Antón Cordero had a son, Juan Cordero, who receives 300 pesos in aid as a son of a conqueror, a corregimiento, which is poor; Juan’s son Francisco del Barrio, is poor and without a provision];

Surname: 
Cordero