Pedro Martín

AGI, Justicia, 190, N.2 [El fiscal contra Lope de Samaniego, alcaide de las atarazanas de México y su forteleza, sobre embargo de sus esclavos, January 30, 1535, Guzmán confirms the right of the vecinos to take slaves during war against those Indians who have "risen up"; his decision is ordered proclaimed "por voz de Pero Martín, pregonero público" on Tuesday, February 2, 1535] [expeditionary did not come until Sept];

Actas de Cabildo, Tomo V, p.58 [Aug. 7, 1544, Pedro Martín, vecindad]; 

Valderrama, Cartas, #29, p.221 [1564, Pedro Martín, hunter, man without merits, given tenientes by Velasco I worth 120 pesos in different posts and 150 pesos in others];

Millares Carlo y Montecón, Indice y extractos, II:2582 and 2583 [fols. 3r y v and 26r y v: November 24, 1551, Jalapa, Acknowledgement of a debt by a Pedro Martín, muleteer; poder especial granted by Diego de Ledesma to a Pedro Martín, arriero];

AGGEC, Juan de la Torre, escribano, Registro 5 [p.65: 1553, a Pero Martín, vecino de Siguenza, estante en el pueblo de Chamillpa] [not if referring to Siguenza, Spain];

AGI, Justicia, 1013, N.2, R.6 [Francisco de Santillán con Juan Pérez de Ardón, vecino de Écija, 1559, fol. 1r: "Francisco de Santillán, vecino de Yucatán, con Juan Pérez de Ardón, vecino de Écija, sobra cobranza de 800 pesos, 1561: Francisco de Santillana, vecino de la ciudad de Mérida, que es en las provincias de Yucatán, en nombre de Pedro de Santillana, su hijo, y como curador de Casilda, niña, su nieta, e hija del dicho Pedro de Santillana y de Madalena Rodríguez, on September 17, 1556 Pedro is residente en Mérida, a witness for Pedro is a Pedro Martín, about 33 years old, (could sign, but no signature) who embarked also from Puerto de Caballos, Honduras, about three months earlier] [too young];

AGI, Patronato, 65, N.1, R.10 [1562, méritos, one of the conquerors of New Spain, particularly Yucatán; came to the Indies in 1532, conquest of Yucatán with Montejo, both times; settled in San Francisco de Campeche; married a daughter of Gaspar de Santa Cruz, has an encomienda, has 4 young daughters, Yucatán was abandoned for more then 2 years; witness was a Rodrigo Álvarez who came to Yucatán in 1539];

AHZ, Reservado, Real Hacienda, Alcabalas, Documento no. 33 [tapiador, 1581];

Surname: 
Martín