Antón Ruiz

Millares Carlo y Montecón, Indice y extractos, I:234 [Nov. 18, 1525, estante in Mexico City, is owed money from Juan de Guzmán]; I:339 [Feb. 6, 1527, dorador (gilder)]; I:358 [Feb. 11, 1527, dorador]; I:521 [April 28, 1527, dorador]; I:526 [April 30, 1527, dorador, estante in Mexico City]; I:570 [June 3, 1527, dorador, estante in Mexico City]; I:585 [June 12, 1527, dorador]; I:624, 627, 628, 635, 652 & 662 [1527, dorador]; I:733 & 734 [Aug 23, 1527, son of Juan Ponce, dorador also, vecino of Sevilla, in the parish of San Salvador]; I:846 [Nov. 2, 1527, estante in Mexico City]; I:1384, 1709, 1713 [1528, dorador]; I:1407 [August 22, 1528, miner, estante in Mexico City) [not if expeditionary came in 1536];

AGI, Patronato, 54, N.3, R.4 [1526, Probanza of Pedro de Villareal, Havana, witness: Antón Ruiz, age-50 +/, knows that Pedro de Villareal was in the conquest of esta dicha isla Fernandina, signed-no signature on copy, too old];

Orozco y Berra in Dorantes de Carranza, Sumaría relación, 432 [vecino in Guatemala, signed letters up to 1541];

APSM, “Bautismos de Españoles, 1536-1746” [fol.54r: Antón Ruiz padrino for Juan García Camargo, 6 April 1540] [not if in Cíbola];

AGI, Mexico, 1064, L.1\1\fol.228r [vecino of Puebla; native of Sevilla; son of Diego Ruiz del Hierro and Mari Rodríguez; 15 years in New Spain; has 3 sons, casa poblada] [wrong parents];

AGI, Patronato, 77, N.2, R.14 [Méritos y servicios de don Pedro de Guevara y padre (Antón Ruiz), 1583: don Pedro is natural de Sevilla and residente en la ciudad de México; his father was an Antón Ruiz de Guevara, veynte cuatro de Sevilla, served many years in Peru];

Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:5234; 10069

corregidor

AGI, Contaduría, 663B [payments to corregidores y tenientes de corregidor: to Antón Ruiz, 300 pesos, as corregidor of the pueblo of Capula, for two years of service ending in June 1554];

AGI, Contaduría, 663B [payments to corregidores y tenientes de corregidor: to Antón Ruiz, corregidor de Necotlan, 101 pesos for his first year of service ending in July 1556];

AGI, Contaduría, 664, 1558 [Payments to alcaldes mayores, corregidores y tenientes: Antonio Ruiz, corregidor of Necotlan, 130 pesos, 9 Mar 1557-9 Mar 1558];

AGI, Contaduría, 664, 1559 [Payments to alcaldes mayores, corregidores y tenientes: Antón Ruiz, corregidor of Matalcingo, 200 pesos, 27 Oct 1558-27 Oct 1559];

Yucatán

AGI, Mexico, 96 [1552, Probanza of Antón Ruiz, vecino of Mérida, asking to be treasurer in the provincia, signed, one signature says Antonio and the other says Antón];

Orozco y Berra in Dorantes de Carranza, Sumaría relación, 415 [vecino of Valladolid, Yucatán];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD61, Inquisición, vol.16, exp.3 [fol.64: 1560, Yucatán, case against Antonio Ruiz, blasphemy [not expeditionary, wrong birth town];

Antonio Ruiz

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….”-pp. 286-87: Libro 4: 1540, 1541, 1542, includes: Pedro Sánchez, Francisco Rodríguez, and Antonio Ruiz, blacksmith];

AGI, Patronato, 73, N.2, R.1 [1574, Calahorra, Martín de Ibarra, nephew of Inquisidor Ibarra, regarding services of Francisco de Ibarra; 1567, Mexico, the Francisco Rodríguez in Nombre de Dios is only 30; witness in San Martín: Juan Gómez de Salazar, vecino of the mines of San Martín, native of the Valle de Tabalina, next to Espinosa de los Monteros, has known Francisco de Ibarra for more than 16 years in this place, 48 years old (1519), in 1562 he, along with Ibarra and about 30 or 40 soldiers, went to the place where the villa of Nombre de Dios is founded, signed, no signature on copy; witness in the mines of Hendee (image 160); Pero Hernández, miner in the mines of Hendee, one of the first conquerors of Nueva Vizcaya, native of the pueblo of García, tierra de Trujillo, has know Francisco Ibarra for over 14 years (1553), discoverer and populator with his house and family, more than 40 years old (<1527), in 1562 was in the mines of San Martín, went with Ibarra along with about 110 soldiers to San Juan, an alarde was taken, all were well-equipped, in fact if Ibarra had not provided the necessary equipment, Hernández would not have been able to go, they discovered the mines of San Julián and de Hendee and Hernández was one of the first discoverers of them, Hernández was ordered to stay and settle the mines of Endee, signed, no signature on copy; witness: Antonio Ruiz, Aragones, vecino of the mines, native of Córdova, 40 years old [wrong place of birth]; mines of Santa Barbara, witness: Miguel Hernández, vecino of the mines of Endehe, native of Burgos, only 20 years old; 1572, Probanza de la entrada de la tierra adentro al norte; witness: Hernando de Tovar, son of don Pedro de Tovar, vecino and alcalde ordinario of San Sebastian, Chiametla, 27 years old more or less (1545); 1572,  in Chiametla, witness: Juan Rodríguez Parra (son of Rodríguez Parra, Alonso), vecino in San Sebastian, Chiametla, 38 years old, was in Culiacán when he heard about the Ibarra mission, signed, no signature on copy];

Ruiz Galindo

AHAG, Gobierno, Testamentos, 1571-1625 [Original document, one page from a registro de testamentos [undated, but likely for the year 1600, An Antonio Ruiz Galindo [descendant?] and a Juan Ruiz Galindo are listed as albaceas for their mother Isabel Francisca de Herrera];

Surname: 
Ruiz