Cristóbal Maldonado

Leal, Fundadores [p.8: Listed in the Padrón de Tetlán, 1541] [this is conflated info and expeditionary does not appear to be a founder of Guadalajara, this must be partly the other one]; [p.102: soldados de Nuño de Guzmán, 1529, listed among the jinetes y peones] [not if expeditionary came in 1532];

González-Leal, Relación Secreta  [p. 49: Cristóbal Maldonado tiene en la caxa como hijo de conquistador (Al margen: Diego Frayle)

AGI, Indiferente General, 737, N.52 [Aug. 23, 1541, consult del Consejo de Indias; refers to 2 pueblos given to Álvaro Maldonado, one of the first conquerors of Mexico in 1526; his son Cristóbal requests to succeed in the encomiendas; wrong parents];

AGI, Patronato, 181, R.14\13 [1550, Memoria regarding the pueblos de Culiacan: Per Álvarez, a pueblo in the valle called Pedimeto, 2 leagues from the villa (30 indios); a Medina has pueblos; a Maldonado, has pueblos];

BPE, “Bienes de difuntos,” Jalisco, Folder C2-2-17, 1583 [Will of padre Juan Ruiz, burgase, clerigo presbítero, a Cristóbal Maldonado bought some old money;  in the mines of Las Virgenes, Culiacán, 22 August 1583, fol. 13v; no reason to suspect him in this part of Mexico];

AGI, Indiferente General, 1207, N.17-3 [8 Feb. 1544, Valladolid, Spain, case of sodomy against Bartolomé Pérez; witness: Cristóbal Maldonado, when he was in Quito he knew Bartolomé Pérez, signed];

AGI, Escribanía de la Cámara, 952 [fol.702: 21 June 1572, vecino of Cuzco, sentence of perpetual banishment reduced to 4 years, his brother Árias Maldonado losses his encomiendas]; [fol. 703: after 21 June 1572, both brothers signed their names to a petition that declared that their witnesses were not heard-signed];

Acuña, Relaciones Geográficas: Guatemala, vol.1 [Zapotitlán: 1579 Xicalapa; estancias of-Maldonado] [don't think expeditionary is in Guatemala];

Surname: 
Maldonado