Miguel Hernández

Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:188 [to Cartagena in 1535];

Actas de Cabildo, Tomo V, p.25 [January 10, 1544: a Miguel Hernández, clérigo presbytero, is granted a solar "en la calle que va de las casas del fator hazia las atarazanas sobre la mano derecha donde el dicho miguel hernández tiene compradas unas casas de yndios"];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD61, Inquisición, vol.18, exp.8 [1564, Toluca; blasphemy case against Francisco Tejera, portuguese; witness: can not sign his name; 30 years old [too young];

AGI, Patronato, 73, N.2, R.1 [1574, Calahorra, Martín de Ibarra, nephew of Inquisidor Ibarra, regarding services of Francisco de Ibarra, 1567, Mexico, the Francisco Rodríguez in Nombre de Dios is only 30; witness in San Martín: Juan Gómez de Salazar, vecino of the mines of San Martín, native of the Valle de Tabalina, next to Espinosa de los Monteros, has known Francisco de Ibarra for more than 16 years in this place, 48 years old (1519), in 1562 he, along with Ibarra and about 30 or 40 soldiers, went to the place where the villa of Nombre de Dios is founded, signed, no signature on copy; witness in the mines of Hendee (image 160); Pero Hernández, miner in the mines of Hendee, one of the first conquerors of Nueva Vizcaya, native of the pueblo of Garcia, tierra de Trujillo, has know Francisco Ibarra for over 14 years (1553), discoverer and populator with his house and family, more than 40 years old (<1527), in 1562 was in the mines of San Martín, went with Ibarra along with about 110 soldiers to San Juan, an alarde was taken, all were well-equipped, in fact if Ibarra had not provided the necessary equipment, Hernández would not have been able to go, they discovered the mines of San Julián and de Hendee and Hernández was one of the first discoverers of them, Hernández was ordered to stay and settle the mines of Endee, signed, no signature on copy; witness: Antonio Ruiz, Aragonés, vecino of the mines, native of Córdova, 40 years old; mines of Santa Barbara, witness: Miguel Hernández, vecino of the mines of Endehe, native of Burgos, only 20];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD61, Inquisición, vol.174, exp.2 [fol.89: 1586, fray Pedro Muñoz, not a priest and using the name of Miguel Hernández; native of Sevilla, expelled from the Franciscans; 30+ years old [too young];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD110, Real Audiencia, Tierras, vol.2967, exp.63 & 64, 1595 [fol.1: Miguel Hernández, salary Choapa];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD51, Gobierno Virreinal, General de Parte, vol.5, exp.574 [fol.126v: Nov. 24, 1599, license to send a pipa of wine to the mines of San Luis]

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD51, Gobierno Virreinal, General de Parte, vol.5, exp.575 [license for 2 pipas de vino, 24 Nov. 1599];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD51, Gobierno Virreinal, General de Parte, vol.5, exp.576 [27 Nov. 1599, license to send a pipa of wine to Queretaro];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD51, Gobierno Virreinal, General de Parte, vol.5, exp.579 [27 Nov. 1599, license to send a pipa of wine to the mines of San Luia];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD51, Gobierno Virreinal, General de Parte, vol.5, exp.630 [17 Dec 1599, license to send 2 pipas de vino to Queretaro];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD51, Gobierno Virreinal, General de Parte, vol.5, exp.644 [Nov. 24, 1599, license to send 2 pipas of wine to the mines of Çichu [probably not, going into 1600s];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD61, Inquisición, vol.158, exp.2 [fol.126: 1596, judaizante, Mexico; soltero, native of Visseo, Portugal; absent; vecino of Mexico; case goes into the 1600s [probably too young];

Romero de Solis, Andariegos [p.198: 1600, merchant, document 546];

Pereda López, emigracion burgalesa [p.201, born in Burgos; living in the mines of Indé; witness regarding the conquest of Topia in 1564, María Concepción Martínez Murillo, Aportación de Burgos, p.530];

Surname: 
Hernández