Juan de Orduña

AGI, Contratación, 197, N.21, R.7 [Ciudad Real, Chiapa, Guacaqualco, 1543, Diego Delgado, deceased; fray Marcos is owed 1 ducat; Juan de Orduña  owes the estate 5 pesos y 5 tomines; Rodrigo Sánchez owes 5 tomines, 6 granos; Cristóbal Gutiérrez, owes 4 tomines; Pero Hernández purchased at auction 2 pares de manteles for 1 pesos, 2 tomines; Cristóbal Gutiérrez purchased una caxa con su cerradura for 1 peso, 2 tomines, 6 granos];

 
AGI, Patronato, 70, R.2 [1570, July, Ciudad Real, Chiapas, Diego Holguin; 1547, witness (image 79): Rodrigo Sánchez, vecino, has known Diego here for 18 years (1529), more or less 38 years old (1509), signed, no sig; 28 June 1555, witness (image 110): Juan de Orduña, more than 50 (<1505), has known Diego for 28 years in this place (1527), signed Juan de Orduña; witness: Alonso de Medina, vecino of Santiago, Guatemala, has know Diego here for 40 years (1515), more than 79 years old (1486), knew him in Fernandina, made his sign because he doesn't know how to write [probably too old]; 1550, Santiago, Guatemala, witness: Francisco López, regidor, has know Diego for 33 years (1517), more than 50 (<1500), signed, no signature on copy];

AGI, Patronato, 70, R.3 [1570, Ciudad Real, Chiapas, Diego Hurtado de Orduña, son of Juan de Orduña, conquistador of Mexico, Guatemala and Chiapas, when his father died he succeeded in the encomienda worth 200 ducats in income, mother was Clara Hurtado de Arvieto; Juan served in Nicaragua, Honduras, Higueras, Chiapas, was alcalde and regidor [no mention of Cíbola]; 1570, widow Clara is doing a probanza];

Orozco y Berra in Dorantes de Carranza, Sumaría relación, 421 [conqueror in Chiapas];

AHJ, Escribanos, No.1, Rodrigo Hernández Cordero, v.2, 1589-1590 [fol. 563v: Will and inventory of Cristóbal Hurtado, brother to Pedro Hurtado: Witness to the will: Jorge de Alvarado, Juan de Orduña, guardian of the convent in Suchipila];

Surname: 
Orduña