Miguel Sánchez

AHP, Legajo 9.142, Oficio 15, 1535 I [receipt and obligation: Miguel Sánches, recuero ordinario of Salamanca, estante in Sevilla; transaction with Luis de Medina, veinticuatro of Sevilla, vecino of the collación of San Andrés; 19 May, doesn't know how to write  [fol. 525r];

AHP, Legajo 48, Oficio 1, 1535 [aprentice: Miguel Sánches; son of Juan Estevan; native of the villa of Costantina?; to Garviel Hernández, tallador; 2 April; can't sign his name [fol 705r];

Boyd-Bowman, Indice geobiográfico, II:586 [to Nombre de Dios in 1539]; 3727 [to Santo Domingo in 1536]; 7296 [to Santo Domingo in 1526]; 10926 [to Tierra Firme in 1538];

AHP, Legajo 15.965, Oficio 23, 1539 [Deudo: Miguel Sánchez, vecino of Sevilla (collación de San Miguel?), owes 7,500 maravedíes for a horse to Diego de Saavedra, of the collación of San Miguel, August 22, 1539 [Sánchez signed];

AGI, Indiferente General, 1380 [20 Feb 1559, vecino of Toledo; probanza to go to Indies; son of Yuste de Paredes and Barbula Rodríguez; Juan de Paredes and María Hernández - paternal grandparents; Sebastián Rodríguez and Ana Rodríguez - maternal grandparents; Miguel is unmarried; 20 years old] [too young];

Lorenzo Sanz, Castilla y Leon en America [1574-Juan Ortiz de Zarate, 4th adelantado of Rio de la Plata, arrived with labrador soriano Miguel Sánchez] [seems too late to arrive];

AGI, Patronato, 74, N.2, R.2 [November 9, 1575, méritos y servicios, Alonso Rodríguez Para y de su hijo Juan que fueron descubridores y conquistadores de la provincia de Cíbola] [Rodríguez Parra took a Miguel Sánchez español with him to Castilla] [Miguel Sánchez, vecino of Culiacán, about 50 years old, is a witness for Rodríguez Parra; says he knew Vázquez de Coronado, but Sánchez has only heard about Rodríguez’s service in Cíbola; therefore this might not be the Miguel Sánchez who was on the expedition] [Rodríguez Parra served Diego López, veintiquatro, after returning from Cíbola, for 3 years] [Sánchez could sign his name-no signature on copy];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD61, Inquisición, vol.89, exp.20 [1580, Mexico; case of Árias de Valdés alcayde and Marcos de Pareja, curtidor; witness: Miguel Sánchez, baker, Mexico City, 48 years old, signed] [too young];

AGN, Instituciones Coloniales, GD51, Gobierno Virreinal, General de Parte, vol.2, exp.647 [17 Mar 1580; license to go to Spain, soltero] [probably too late];

Méndez Venegas, Emigrantes a América, #1616 [Extremadura, wife is María Toro, natural de Abertura, Cáceres, he and his wife made a will in 1613] [too late for (2)];

Sánchez Salgado

AGI, Justicia, 767, N.3 [Proceso...entre Francisco de Sanabria...y Miguel Sánchez y Juan de Olivares...vecinos todos de Sevilla...partidas de oro y plata que trajeron éstos de Indias, 1554-1555; Sánchez and Olivares (lives in Triana), in partnership, came from Peru en la flota pasada (1553) and are accused of having brought more than 30,000 pesos en oro e plata sin registrar, quintar y marcar; September 1554, confisión of Miguel Sánchez, mercader, yerno of Olivares; Sánchez, vecino de Sevilla (Triana), came from Peru en la flota pasada (1553), en el navío de Alonso de Bolaños; the ship sank in the Bahama Channel; the gold and silver (assembled at Arequipa) were registered in the ciudad de los Reyes and again at nombre de Dios (14 bars of silver belonging to them and another 14 belonging to others), can sign, but no signature, when he signs, he apparently gives his name as Miguel Sánchez Salgado; both Sánchez (ocupado en negocios) and Olivares (is sick) are in jail; Sánchez has known Olivares for 22 years (since about 1532); a witness is a Francisco Díaz, vecino de Sevilla (colación de San Alfonso), contador de la avería, has known Sánchez and Olivares for just one year; interrogatorio por parte: Sánchez and Olivares have been close friends for 10, 12, or 13 years, both in Sevilla and in the Indies; while in Peru, the marriage with Olivares' daughter was contracted];

Sánchez Serrano

Luna Papers, Priestley, ed. [Miguel Sánchez stayed in Española after Villafaña left for Havana, p.2:311; born in Chiapas in 1540];

Surname: 
Sánchez