Andrés de Miranda

AGI, Pasajeros, L.1, E.4762, 4869 [to Peru];

AHMP, Actas, Vol. 5, Document 247, Asunto 14 [fol.246r: March 26, 1548, Vecindad de Andrés de Miranda];

López de Villaseñor, Cartilla Vieja [p. 283-301: “Lista de los vecinos que recibieron para poblar la ciudad a quienes se les mercedaron solares, huertas, suertes y caballerías tierras, según sus calidades….”-p. 289-90: Libro 5: 1548, includes: Bartolomé Sánchez, Simón García, Andrés de Miranda, and Juan Fernández];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD61, Inquisición, vol.96, exp.5 [fol.210: 9 June 1552, Mexico; case against María Hernández, married twice, mestiza, native of Hispanola, 25 years old; had been in jail in Puebla for being married twice; accused of being married in Spain with Martín de Bacilla and then with Andrés de Miranda in Puebla; Andrés lodged a complaint against his wife 2 May 1548; Miranda was a vecino of Puebla; married for 3 years; he says she was married to Martín de Basilla, tailor, in Veracruz and Oaxaca; when her husband went to Spain she married Andrés in Mexico City; wants his marriage annulled; witness: Antón Martín Urena/Brena/Breva, age-more than 50, vecino, has known Miranda only 2 or 3 months, signed; María says:otros dies anos que el dicho my marido Martín de Basilla a por cierto enojo que obo conmigo se fue e absento donde mirersnse del y yo viendo que e a ydo me fue la ciudad de Mexico y pregunte por el dicho my marido y me dieron que el a ydo a los reynos de Espana e yo viendo me absente del y pobre y por amonestaciones del dicho Andrés de Myranda y de otras personas y por ser flaca como muger me case segunda vez; Miranda signed; Miranda is vecino of Puebla; the priest in Mexico City certified that: 30 Nov. 1543 despose Andrés de Miranda con María Hernández; in 1548 María is 35 years old +/-; witness:Esteban González de Melo, age 30 +/-, has known Andrés for 15 years, is his compadre; witness: Juan Navarro, vecino of Puebla, doesn't know Andrés except by sight, signed; ordered María's arrest; his marriage was annulled; she will receive 30 lashes without taking blood, go to mass barefooted and with a candle and will stand in the middle of the church entrance];

AGNEP, Notaría 4, Caja 6, Carpeta 1.1 [May 1570, Carta de obligación, from Juan García de Mesa, vecino de los Ángeles, to Andrés de Miranda, estante en los Ángeles, for 140 pesos de oro común; García had evidently lost an earlier carta de obligación];

Surname: 
Miranda