Alonso Jiménez

AGI, Pasajeros, L.1, E.1480 [Sep 7, 1513, son of Juan Jiménez y Juana Rodríguez, vecinos of Caruheña (Garueña?)];

AGI, Pasajeros, L.1, E.2274 [Nov. 2, 1516, native of Moron, son of Diego Martínez y Magdalena González];

AGI, Pasajeros, L.1, E.2482 [May 7, 1517, native of Peñaranda, son of Diego Jiménez y Marina Martín, vecinos of Cantaracillo];

ARChV, Registro de Ejecutorías, Caja 336,18 [1519-04-09 Alonso Jiménez, zapatero, vecino de Toro (Zamora), con Cristóbal de Valladolid, sastre, vecino de Valladolid, sobre el pago de los daños causados en una mula que Alonso Jiménez alquiló a Cristóbal de Valladolid Jorge González y consortes, vecinos de Ajalvir (Madrid)];

Orozco y Berra in Dorantes de Carranza, Sumaría relación, 386 [w/Narváez, from Sevilla];

AGI, Pasajeros, L.1, E.2858 [June 12, 1526, son of Juan Jiménez y Mari Jiménez, vecinos of Santa María, Sevilla];

AGI, Pasajeros, L.1, E.3273 [June 1527, son of Juan Jiménez, vecino of Miajadas, outskirts of Medellín];

Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:2995 [to Yucatán in 1527, from Caceres]; 3749 [with brother Fernán Jiménez to Santo Domingo in 1536, from Membrilla, Ciudad Real]; 8176 [ to Veragua in 1535, from Carmona];

AHP, Legajo 48, Oficio 1, 1535 [debt: Alonso Jiménez, silk dealer, vecino of Sevilla, collación of San Salvador; to Gil García, merchant; 8 Feb.; doesn't know how to write [fol. 237v]; debt: Alonso Jiménez; sendero; vecino - San Salvador; 7 April; can't sign [fol. 759v];

AGI, Contratación,  5217A, N.2, R.5 [March 9, 1535, native of Carmona, citizen of Jérez de la Frontera, to Veragua];

AGI, Pasajeros, L.2, E.121 [March 9, 1535, Ximénez, native of Carmona, que o es hijo de reconciliado ni nieto de quemado por delito de herejia-para pasar a la conquista de Veragua (going to the conquest of Veragua)];

AGI, Pasajeros, L.2, E.3188 [Oct. 11, 1536, Ximénez, son of Andrés Ximénez y Maria Álvarez, vecinos of Membrilla to Santo Domingo];

Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:4533 [March 5, 1538, Alonso, son of Pero Ximénez and Isabel Rodríguez, citizens of Granada, to New Spain];

AGI, Justicia, 1171, N.3 [Beatriz de Dueñas];

AGI, Justicia, 1173, N.6 [Beatriz de Dueñas, widow of Alonso Jiménez 1544 (asking about being the heir to Rodrigo Orgonos)];

AGI, Patronato, 23, R.10 [Relación del viaje de Ruy López de Villalobos: Filipinas, 1542 [actually written between 1546 and 1549]; the fleet departed from el puerto de Juan Gallego on the día de todos santos, 1542; día de los reyes, 1543, before reaching the Philippines the galera went down in a storm; then on January 23 they encountered natives who spoke Spanish; 6 Spaniards died in battle on an island south of Cesareas; fols. 18v and 19r include a "Memoria de los castellanos que son vivos del armada de vuestra ilustrisima señoría;" on that list are don Alonso Manrique, Guido de Labozares, an Alonso Jiménez [not the expeditionary man, who was in Compostela in 1547, and says he has always been in Nueva Galicia], a Diego López, a Juan Pérez, a Martín Sánchez, a Benavente, a Diego Sánchez de Cíbola, a Pero González, a Francisco de Simancas, a Lorenzo Suárez de Figueroa, a Juan Gómez, a Juan Gallego, a Juan Gutiérrez de la Caballería, a Torres, Pedro Martín de la Bermeja, an Hernán Pérez, a Juan de Morales; latest date in document is in Lisbon August 1, 1548];

AGI, Escribanía de la Cámara, 1006A-C [1554, Beatriz de Duenas];

AGI, Contratación, 467, N.1, R.2  [1560, bienes de difuntos, Alonso Jiménez, vecino of San Salvador de Bayamo, Cuba; son of Hernán González and Isabel Jiménez, natives of Fuente de Cantos, maestrazgo of Santiago, died in San Salvador; in the name of Antón Martín, Cristóbal Jiménez, Leonor Jiménez, Francisco Jiménez, Alonso Jiménez, Catalina Hernández; taking place in Llerena; those listed are the children of Francisco Jiménez, deceased from the villa of Puebla in the maestrazgo, who in turn was the son of Alonso Jiménez, deceased in San Salvador; will presented-8 Feb. 1559; Alonso is dead; ordering masses for his children, Alonso Jiménez and Ynés Jiménez and a nephew who died in Campeche; giving 6 yeguas to Catalina Hurtado, wife of Francisco Rodríguez; bequest to his son Hernán Jiménez; me deve Rodrigo Martín vecino que fue del la Havana o Luis de Figueredo como persona que llevo mi poder para los colnear/col-xar del lo procedido de 40  cueras que le invie a la dicha Havana; wishes to endow a capellanía in the hermita of Santa María la Hermosa in Fuente de Cantos; he confesses that he owes Luis de Figueredo, vecino of this villa (San Salvador), 19 cueros vacunos; Francisco Jiménez is his son, vecino del lugar de la puebla; has an estancia on the river  of Rio del Vayamo, San Salvador, on the island; will written 5 Feb. 1559; because of his illness he did not sign; 6 Feb. he says he was very sick on the 1st when he dictated his will and he forgot a few things; dixo que por quanto al dicho señor Francisco de Parada no pod (puede?) venir a entender en sus haciendas por tanto que la tenençia de  grangeria dellos lo encarga al dicho Juan de Vergara...; he didn't sign because he was unable; his property had several black slaves, una asta de lanza de xagula  ?? hierro];

AGI, Contratación, 5577 N15\1 [1571, Martín Alonso, miner, deceased in Vitoria, 20 August 1570, Nueva Granada, native of the villa of San Lucar de Guadiana, vassal of the duke of Béjar, parents were Pedro Alonso de Córdova and María Martín, has 2 brothers, the eldest is Alfonso Yáñez and the other Pero Alonso; some witnesses refer to him as Martín Alonso de Córdova; inventory of his property; auction - Alonso Jiménez purchased a almohada and panuelo] [expeditionary probably stayed in Compostela];

ARChV, PL Civiles, Fernando Alonso (F), Caja 357,4 [1584-1595, Pleito de María Fajardo, de Pamplona (Navarra) Antonia Fajardo, de Arévalo (Ávila) Juan Giral, de Madrigal de las Altas Torres (Ávila) Juan Muñoz, de Coca (Segovia) Sobre María Fajardo, y posteriormente Antonia Fajardo, piden se les entreguen los bienes y herencia de Alonso Jiménez, a lo cual se oponen Juan Giral, corregidor, y Juan Muñoz, médico; 4 July 1584, don Fernando de Espinosa, husband of doña María Fajardo vs. don Gonzalo Gurras? and his siblings; Maria Faxardo is daughter of Andrés de Molina and Luisa Faxardo; 25 Oct 1557, Alonso Jiménez, vecino of Coca, stated in his will that his property would go to Aldonça Maldonado, Catalina Rodríguez and Diego Maldonado their father; if they died without issue, then the property would go to Luisa Fajardo, her mother, and to Urixida de Molina, her sister;  Aldonça, Catalina and Diego have died without heirs; Alonso died in Tamara as a "hombre de armas" under don Alonso de Laredo; Jiménez left land, houses, clothing  all worth around 200 ducados; Jiménez will- sentre honere de la magestad real en la conpania de don Hernando de la Çerda estando de aposento en la villa de Tamara; wants to be buried in San Polito de Natro?; native of Coca; masses for his sister, Isabel Álvarez; Diego Maldonado is his yerno; behest to María Jimenez, vecina of Peral; also names his albaceas as Diego Maldonado, his brother, and Francisco Verdugo; heirs:Aldonça Maldonado, daughter of Diego Maldonado; Leonor Rodriguez, his sister; Leonor Rodriguez, daughter of Leonor Rodriguez, his sister and his brother Diego's sister; if Aldonza and the Leonor's die, then to Diego; if he dies, then to Andrés de Molia and Luisa Faxardo; signed, no signature on copy];

AGI, Indiferente General, 196, N.3 [1660-1663, Alonso Jiménez, no details];

Cuba

AGI, Indiferente General, 1204, N.12 [1533, Puebla del Maestre, petition from Alonso Jiménez, el mozo, vecino of Cuba, habitante in San Salvador, Bayamo; son of Alonso Jiménez and Catalina Hernández; 1533, Sept. 26, petition from Alonso Jiménez, el mozo, saying his father is requesting that his mother join him in America; the elder has made a good life for himself in Cuba, while his wife remains in Puebla del Maestre [must be near Llerena], he has sent his son home to get his wife];

AGI, Santo Domingo, 1121, L.1, F.1 [fol. 186v: Nov. 22, 1533  [ficha-cedula from king Carlos to the lt. gov. of Fernandina, called Cuba, ordenandoles que no procedan contra Alonso Jiménez, vecino and habitante en la villa de San Salvador del Bayamo por razon de no enviar a estos reinos por su mujer Catalina Hernandez, estante in La Puebla del Maestre, pues envio a su hijo Alonso Jiménez, para traersela...; sounds like his wife can't come because of the prohibition against Jews [image 191v-192v];   

merchant

Millares Carlo y Montecón, Indice y extractos, II:1871 [fols. 57r y v: August 18, 1536, Alonso Jiménez, mercader, estante en México, agrees to serve as depositorio for 320 pesos owed to Antón de Carmona];

Catálogo, Resumen e Índices [México, 22 octubre 1563, Alonso Jiménez, mercader, vecino -ante Gonzalo de las Casas, alcalde ordinario en México-, recibió en depósito de Juan de Castañeda, mercader, vecino, 300 pesos de oro común en una plancha de plata quintada y otra plancha de plata del diezmo por diezmar y en 4 planchuelas de plata por quintar -que el dicho Jiménez confesó valer los dichos 300 pesos, porque no se pesó en presencia del escribano-, los cuales devolverá en un plazo de 3 meses, en reales de plata. Testigos: Luis de la Concha, Nicolás de Morales y Gonzalo de León, platero, vecinos];

Catálogo, Resumen e Índices [México, 4 septiembre 1563, Alonso Jiménez -ante Gonzalo de las Casas, alcalde ordinario en México-, recibió en depósito de Diego Alonso Larios, vecino, 1 200 pesos de oro común, en una plancha de plata grande quintada, los cuales devolverá en un plazo de 5 meses. Firmó. Testigos: Dámaso de Leyva, Alonso de Lucio y Francisco de Escobar, vecinos]; [México, 22 octubre 1563, Alonso Jiménez, mercader, vecino -ante Gonzalo de las Casas, alcalde ordinario en México-, recibió en depósito de Juan de Castañeda, mercader, vecino, 300 pesos de oro común en una plancha de plata quintada y otra plancha de plata del diezmo por diezmar y en 4 planchuelas de plata por quintar -que el dicho Jiménez confesó valer los dichos 300 pesos, porque no se pesó en presencia del escribano-, los cuales devolverá en un plazo de 3 meses, en reales de plata. Testigos: Luis de la Concha, Nicolás de Morales y Gonzalo de León, platero, vecinos];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD100, Reales Cédulas, duplicadas, vol.2, exp.245, 1584 [fol.141: Feb. 16, 1584, Mexico, Alonso Jiménez, merchant, vecino of Mexico; was guarantor for Hernando de Medina for 1000 pesos and as such is liable; witnesses to the entry are Domingo Hernández];

fray:

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD61, Inquisición, vol.311, exp.10 [fol.174: 14 Jan 1580 Diego Hernández de Ávila; Mexico; son of Juan de Ávila, conquistador, deceased, and doña Ysabel Árias, married now to Juan Rodríguez de Aguirre, 13 years old, native of Mexico [too young]; Diego says he came to the island in the company of prior fray Alonso Ximénez];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD61, Inquisición, vol.131, exp.9 [fol.177: 1577, fray, Manila; fol.198, fray Ximénez is dead by now; report by a priest says: fray Alonso Ximénez, agustino, de obra de 30 years, muy apasionado por predicar; didn't want to live like his brothers; during his sermons he had visions and revelations; before he came to Manila he was in Mexico; he was loco, or perhaps sick; blanco de rostro, cabellos negros, mediana estatura y pocas carnes, crazy look in his eyes; son de hombres de Pocafuerte, vecinos of Granada, long time prior of the casa de Cubu; brought 3 nephews with him to Manila; his sister was wife of Juan de Ávila];

Jiménez de Portillo

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD51, Gobierno Virreinal, General de Parte, vol.4, exp.56 [In November 1590, an audit has been conducted of the term of an Alonso Jiménez de Portillo, who had served as capitán de artillería of the casas reales de México]

Surname: 
Jiménez