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List of Those Who Served with Cortes (F-L)
Farfan, AndresFarfan, CristovalFarfan, Luis
Farfan de Gaona, JuanFernandez, AlonsoFernandez, Juan
Flamenco, Juan deFernandez de Portocarrero, AlonsoFernandez, Bartolome
Fernandez, BeatrizFernandez, CristovalFernandez de Cordoba, Cristoval
Fernandez de Nieto, DiegoFernandez, FranciscoFernandez, Gonzalo
Fernandez, MartinFernandez de Merida, JuanFernandez de Ocampo, Juan
Fernandez, JuanFernandez de Navarrete, PedroFernandez, Rodrigo
Fernandez, SantosFlores, CristovalFlores, Francisco
Fernandez Macias, JuanFigueroa, Diego deFlandes, Juan de
Floriano, ?Floriano, Jeronimo deFonseca, Diego de
Frances, JuanFrancisco, JulianFrancisco, Pedro
Franco, AlonsoFranco, BartolomeFranco, Francisco
Franco, Pedro deFrias, LuisFuenterrabia, Juanes de
Frias, Hernando deFuenllama, Luis deFuentes, Pedro de
Fuentes, Diego deFuentes de Solis, GarciaGabarro, Antonio
Galeote, AlonsoGalindo, Juan (Sanchez)Gallardo, Alvaro
Gallardo, AntonioGallego, FranciscoGallego, Benito
Gallego, DiegoGallego, AlvaroGallegos, Andres
Gallego, HernandoGallego, LepeGallego, Lope
Gallego, PedroGallego, RivadeoGallego de Vigo, Diego
Gallego, Juan CristovalGallego, JuanGallego, Alvaro
Gallego, BartolomeGallego, CristovalGallego Hernandez, Gonzalo
Gallego de Andrade, JuanGaleote Garcia, AlonsoGaloete, Antonio
Galoete, GonzaloGallo, GomezGalan, Juan
Gallardo, PedroGallego, LucasGalvez, Melchor
Gamarra, Juan deGamito, BartolomeoGaona, Tomas de
Garcia, AlonsoGarcia, AndresGarcia, Anton
Garcia, BartolomeGarcia, DiegoGarcia, Domingo
Garcia, EstebanGarcia, GinesGarcia, Hernando
Garcia, JulianGarcia Albani, AlonsoGarcia Bravo, Alonso
Garcia Camacho, JuanGarcia Casado, PedroGarcia Mendez, Juan
Garcia de Berlanga, DiegoGarcia, Francisco (3)Garcia Galdin, Francisco
Garcia Jaramillo, DiegoGarcia, GonzaloGarcia de Goldino, Gonzalo
Garcia, Juan (4)Garcia de Veas, JuanGarcia de Canamera, Juan
Garcia, LuisGarcia, MartinGarcia de Jaen, Pedro
Garcia de Contreras, JuanGarcia de Lucas, JuanGarcia de Merida, ?
Garcia de Rivera, FranciscoGarrido, CristobalGarrido, Diego
Garnica, Gasper deGarrido, JuanGarrido, Pedro de
Garro, Pedro deGarzon, FranciscoGentil Rey, Nuno
Geronimo, Pedro deGibraltar, Alonso deGibraltar, Nicolas de
Gil, AlonsoGil, CristobalGines, Martin
Ginoves, DiegoGinoves, LucasGinoves, Tomas
Genoves, AlonsoGinoves, BautistaGinoves, Domingo
Genoves, EstebanGinoves, JuanGenoves, Lorenzo
Genoves, LuisGenoves, MarcosGinoves, Ramon
Gil, FranciscoGiraldo, AlonsoGodoy, Diego
Giron, FranciscoGodoy, Bernardino (2)Godoy, Gabriel de
Goleste, AntonioGollovin (Gullorin), FranciscoGomez, Bartolome
Gomez, BeatrizGomez, DomingoGomez, Francisco
Gomez, Alonso (2)Gomez Ballestero, AndresGomez de Jerez, Hernando
Gomez Cornejo, DiegoGomez, MiguelGomez, Nicolas
Gomez, PedroGomez, PierrezGomez de Avila, Rodrigo
Gomez Hidalgo, AlonsoGomez de Guebar (Guevara), JuanGomez de Lepe, Juan
Gomez de Moguer, PedroGomez de Penaparda, JuanGomez de Sotomaor, Juan
Gomez, Juan (2)Gonzalez de Hortegosa, FernanGonzalez, Alonso (2)
Gonzalez, AlvaroGonzalez, Bartolome (2)Gonzalez, Beatriz
Gonzalez, HernanGonzalez Herrero, BartolomeGonzalez, Nuno
Gonzalez, DiegoGonzalez, FranciscoGonzalez de Najera, Francisco
Gonzalez, RodrigoGonzalez Casado, JuanGonzalez Gallego, Alonso
Gonzalez de Avila, GilGonzalez de Najera, PedroGonzalez, Juan (2)
Gonzalez de Heredia, JuanGonzalez de Trujillo, PedroGonzalez, Ruy (2)
Gonzalez Reales, JuanGonzalez Sabiote, PedroGonzalez de Granada, Francisco
Gonzalez de Granada, HernandoGonzalez (de Harinas Alcazar), PeroGonzalez de Najera, Alonso
Gonzalez de Najera, HernandoGonzalez de Najera, Pedro (Pero) "El Mozo"Gonzalez de Penafiel, Diego
Gonzalez, SanchoGordillo, GonzaloGrado, Alonso de
Granada, Francisco deGrande, FranciscoGriego, Juan
Griego Negrete, MartinGrijalba, Juan deGrijalva, Alonso de
Grijalba, FernandoGrijalba, FranciscoGrisalba, Juan
Grijalba, RodrigoGrijalva, SebastianGuana, (?)
Gris, FranciscoGudiel, FranciscoGuecho, Martin
Guemes, Miguel deGuerba, BaltasarGuernica, Gaspar de
Guerra, MartinGuerrero (or Guerra), ?Guerrero de Luna, Lic. Juan
Guerrero, Lazaro (Alvaro)Guillen, FranciscoGutierrez de Badajoz, Alonso
Guevara, Luis deGuia de Salcedo, SabastianGuillan, Juan
Guerrero, GonzaloGuia, FernandoGuia, Juan de (2)
Guinea, Diego deGuisado, FranciscoGutierrez, Alvaro
Gutierrez, AntonGutierrez, GasparGutierrez, Gomez
Gutierrez, GonzaloGutierrez, HernandoGutierrez, Nuno
Gutierrez Duran, JuanGutierrez Trujillo, PedroGutierrez de Najera, Alonso
Gutierrez de las Huertas, FranciscoGutierrez, Diego (2)Gutierrez de Escalante, Juan
Gutierrez, Antonio (2)Gutierrez, Pedro (2)Gutierrez de Salamanca, Fernando
Gutierrez, Francisco (2)Guisado, AlonsoGuipuzcoano, Rodrigo
Guzman, Cristobal deGuzman, Esteban (Juan)Guzman, Pedro (2)
Guzman, GabrielGuzman, Luis deGuzman, Manuel
Guzman, NunoHeredia, ?Hernandez Portocarrero, Alonso de
Hernandez(or Herrera), ElviraHernandez, AlonsoHernandez, Beatriz
Hernandez, Blas (Blasco)Hernandez, CatalinaHernandez, Cristobal
Hernandez, DiegoHernandez, FranciscoHernandez, Garcia
Hernandez, GonzaloHernandez, JorgeHernandez, Juan
Hernandez, LuisHernandez, MariHernandez, Maria
Hernandez, MartinHernandez, PedroHernandez, Pero
Hernandez Balsa, FranciscoHernandez Bejarano, GonzaloHernandez Calvo, Diego
Hernandez Carreter, AlonsoHernandez Carretero, AlonsoHernandez Garijo, Luis
Hernandez Hermosa, GonzaloHernandez Maya, AlonsoHernandez Mirallo, Francisco
Hernandez de Nava, BartolomeHernandez Mosquera, CristobalHernandez Calvo, Gonzalo
Hernandez Mosquera, GonzaloHernandez de Prado, JuanHernandez, Pedro
Hernandez Montemayor, GonzaloHernandez Morallos, FranciscoHernandez Nieto, Diego
Hernandez Paulo, AlonsoHernandez Perez, FranciscoHernandez Puebles, Alonso
Hernandez Rendon, GonzaloHernandez Roldan, PedroHernandez Sevillano, Pedro
Hernandez de Alanis, GonzaloHernandez de Cordoba, RodrigoHernandez de Herrera, Garcia (Garu)
Hernandez de Jerez, FranciscoHernandez de Merida, GarciaHernandez de Merida, Juan
Hernandez de Mosquera, CristobalHernandez de Pablos, AlonsoHernandez de Tavira, Juan
Hernandez de Zahori, GonzaloHernandez de Ziusto, DiegoHernandez, Santos "el buen viejo"
Hermosillo, Juan deHerrera, AlonsoHerrera, Bartolome
Herrera, Fernando deHerrera, Juan deHerrera, Pedro de
Herrero, Hernando AlonsoHerrero, LazaroHerreros, Santos
Hidalgo, AlonsoHidalgo Montemayor, GonzaloHoces, Andres
Heredia (d'Evia), RodrigoHidalgo, AlonsoHoyos, Gomez de
Holguin, Diego deHolguin, GarciaHurtado, Gaspar
Hoyos, GonzaloHuelano, AlonsoHuemes, Miguel
Huerto, Juan delHurones, GonzaloHurtado, Alonso
Hurtado, Hernando deHurtado, LuisIllan, Luis
Illan, DiegoIllescas, Fernando deInfante, Luis
Inhiesta, Juan deIniesta, Juan deIniguez, Bernardino
Ircio, Juan deIricio, Martin deIricio, Pedro de
Irejo, AntonioIzquierdo, ?Izquierdo, Martin
Jaen, Cristoval deJaen, Gonzalo deJaen, Hernando de
Jaen, Martin deJara, CristobalJara, Rodrigo de
Jaramillo, CristobalJasso, Juan deJuan, ?
Jerez, Alonso deJerez, Cristobal deJerez, Fernando
Jerez, Joan deJerez, Hernando deJarramillo de Salvatierra, Juan
Jeronimo, MartinJibaja, Pedro deJimenez, ?
Jimenez, AlonsoJimenez, Fernando deJimenez, Francisco de
Jimenez, FortunJimenez, FranciscoJimenez, Juan
Jimenez, GonzaloJimenez, JuanJimenez de Rivera, Juan
Jimenez (Ximenez), GonzaloJuarez, GasparJuarez, Juan
Jimenez, MiguelJuan, MaestreJuan, Martin
Juanes, ?Julian, FranciscoJulian, Gonzalo
Juarez, LorenzoJuliano, JuanLagos, Gonzalo de
Lanoz, Miguel deLara, Juan deLarios, Juan
Laris, Luis deLaso, AlonsoLaso, Pedro
Lares, Amador deLares, Pedro deLarez, Rodrigo
Laso, Guillen deLasso de la Vega, PedroLas Casas, Martin de
Las Mozas, Cristobal deLas Ribas, Gregorio deLazaro Martin, Fabian
Lazo, PedroLa Cueva, Luis deLa Encina, Juan de
La Fuente, Hernando deLa Garcia, Alonso deLa Malfa, Miguel de
La Malfa, Pedro deLa Mezquita, Diego deLa Milla, Francisco de
La Nao, Rodrigo deLa Palma, Miguel deLa Pandilla, Amado de
La Pena, Francisco deLa Pena (y Vallejo), Juan deLa Pieza, Martin de
La Reguera, Alonso (Diaz)La Torre, Juan deLa Torre, Luis de
La Tovilla, Andres deLedesma, Alonso deLedesma, Pedro de
Ledesma, Juan de (3)Ledesma, FranciscoLerma, Fernando de
Leiva, Juan deLema, FernandoLencero, Pedro
Leon, Alonso deLeon, Alvaro deLeon, Diego de
Leon, Fr Juan deLezama, Fernando deLimpias de Carvajal, Juan
Leon, Gonzalo deLeon, Juan deLeon Cardona, Juan
Lepuzcano, RodrigoLerma, Lepe deLezcano, Juan de
Limon, JuanLinterno, ?Lizana, Juan de
Llanimpinto, HernandoLlanos, Hernando deLlerena, Diego de
Llerena, Juan deLlerena, Garcia deLoa, Guillen de
Lobos de Sotomayor, RuyLopez, BernardinoLopez, Cristobal
Lobato, CristobalLopez, AlonsoLopez, Alvaro
Lopez, AndresLopez, AntonioLopez, Bartolome (2)
Lopez, DiegoLopez, BenytoLopez, Garcia
Lopez, LazaroLopez, MiguelLopez, Vicente
Lopez (Zaragozano), JuanLopez Benguidino, ?Lopez Cabeza, Bartolome
Lopez Cano, RodrigoLopez Gabriel, SimonLopez Marroqui, Pedro
Lopez Montealegre, PedroLopez Sanchez, ?Lopez de Aguirre, Juan
Lopez de Baena, AlonsoLopez de Ballesteros, DiegoLopez de Barbas, Pero
Lopez de Luquera, Francisco deLopez de Mena, JuanLopez de Salinas, Diego de
Lopez de Avila, FernandoLopez, FranciscoLopez Morales, Francisco
Lopez, GonzaloLopez de Zuniga, InigoLopez, Jeronimo
Lopez, Juan (3)Lopez, Martin (2)Lopez, Pedro (2)
Lopez, RomanLopez de Ximena (Jimena), JuanLopez de Ximena (Jimena), Gonzalo
Lorca, Sebastian deLorda Carranda, Martin deLorenzo, ?
Lorenzo, JuanLorita, Hernando deLos Rios, Diego de
Loza(n), JuanLoza, Juan deLoza, Pedro de
Lozano, Francisco deLozano, HernandoLozano, Juan
Lozano, PedroLucas, ?Lucas (Montanchez), Alfonso (Alonso)
Lugo, Alonso deLugo, Luis deLugo de Penaranda, Alonso
Lugo, FranciscoLugon, Pablo deLuis, ?
Luis, AlonsoLuna, Antonio deLuzon, Pablo de
* Source of the above names: Duaine, Carl Laurence. "With All Arms A Study of a Kindred Group"

* Additional source: Himmerich Y Valencia, Robert. "The Encomenderos of New Spain 1521-1555" 

* Additional source: Thomas, Hugh. "Who's Who of the Conquistadors"  


Biographies

Farfan, Andres - From: Sevilla. In Cuba in 1519 and went to Mexico 
with Narvaez before joining Cortes in Mexico.

Farfan, Cristoval - From: Sevilla. In Cuba in 1519 and went to Mexico 
with Narvaez before joining Cortes in Mexico.

Farfan, Luis - From: Sevilla. Cuba in 1518, and with Cortes to Mexico 
in 1519. Listed as being killed by the Indians. 

Fernandez de Portocarrero, Alonso - From: Medellin (birthplace of 
Cortes). Parents: ? Portocarrero (a military commander) and Dona Maria 
Cespedes. A Captain in Cortes' army. Later an Alcalde in Mexico. 

Fernandez, Bartolome - From: Palos, Huelva. Cuba in 1518, and with 
Cortes to Mexico in 1519.A personal guard of Cortes. Left for Spain 
in 1528 in order to bring back his wife.

Fernandez, Beatriz - From: Cortegana, Sevilla. Listed as wife of the 
Conquistador Pedro Valenciano. Came to Mexico with her mother and 
husband under the command of Narvaez. 

Fernandez, Cristoval - From: Alanis, Sevilla. Parents: Gonzalo 
Fernandez Bermejo and Francisca Fernandez. Participated in the conquest
of Nueva Galicia.

Fernandez, Francisco - From: Bejar, Salamanca. Came to the Indies in 
1514 with his brother Francisco Garcia. Cuba in 1518, and with Cortes 
to Mexico in 1519. Personal guard of Cortes.

Fernandez, Gonzalo - From: Fregenal de la Sierra, Badajoz. In Cuba in 
1519 and went to Mexico with Narvaez before joining Cortes in 
Mexico.

Fernandez, Juan - From: Seville. Parents: Diego and Catalina Fernandez.
A notary by trade. He was the alcalde mayor of Colima. Married with 3 
sons and a daughter.

Fernandez, Martin - From: Belalcazar, Cordoba. In Cuba in 1518 and went
to Mexico with Narvaez before joining Cortes in Mexico.

Fernandez, Rodrigo - From: Sevilla. Parents: Martin and Beatriz Fernandez. 
To the Indies in 1517 and in Cuba in 1519 and went to Mexico with Narvaez 
before joining Cortes in Mexico.

Fernandez, Santos - From: Coria de Galisteo, Caceres. Father: Pero 
Fernandez. Known as a "good old man". He came to Santo Domingo in 1502. 
A Conquistador of Cuba, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Mexico and Guatamala 
with Pedro de Alvarado. Settled in Oaxaca. 

Fernandez de Cordoba, Cristoval - From: Cordoba. Cuba in 1518, and with
Cortes to Mexico in 1519.

Fernandez de Merida, Juan - From: Merida. Parents: Bartolome Sanchez 
and Elvira Sanchez. Settled in Antequera. Married and had at least 1 
son and daughter.

Fernandez de Navarrete, Pedro - From: Navarre (?). Married dona Ana de 
Rebolledo. Had a son Garcia Navarrete who supported his mother and 
sisters after his fathers death.

Fernandez de Nieto, Diego - From: Almeida (Zamora). Parents: Sebastian 
and Mari Fernandez. Native of the Portuguese frontier. Settled in Mexico
City with a wife and 7 children. A son and Grandson were both named 
Bartolome Gallegos. A coat of arms was awarded to Diego Fernandez 
dated Dec. 12,1539.

Fernandez de Ocampo, Juan - From: Ocampo (Lugo). Settled in Colima. 
Had a son of the same name. Son in laws: Gaspar Romano, Baltasar de 
Alcala and Cristobal de Tene.

Figueroa, Diego de - came to the New World with his father in 1516.
Settled in San Ildefonso, Oaxaca.

Flamenco, Juan de - From: Flanders. Natural death. Son: Pedro Flamenco.

Flandes, Juan de - could be the same as Juan de Flamenco (above). Given
an encomienda in Mx.

Flores, Cristoval - Born in Valencia de Don Juan.

Flores, Francisco - From: Encinasola. Father: Juan Flores. Settled in 
Mexico City. Married dona Francisca de la Cueva. They had 1 son and 4 
daughters. Flores died in the 1540's. Grandson: Francisco Flores 
(married the daughter of a Doctor Paredes). Granddaughter married: 
Sancho Garces.

Floriano, Jeronimo de - died in the conquest (1521).

Franco, Pedro de - settled in Oaxaca. Son: Anton Franco. Son in law: 
Pedro Montano. Grandsons: Pedro and Francisco Montano, and Domingo de 
Castaneda. Granddaughters married don Francisco Colmenero de Andrada 
and Francisco de la Cruz. Pedro de Franco's Grandchildren were the 
Great grandchildren of the Conquistador Lorenzo Genoves. 

Frias, Luis - From: Sevilla. Parents: Juan de Frias and Catalina de 
Cordoba. Cuba in 1518, and with Cortes to Mexico in 1519.

Fuenterrabia, Juanes de - From: Fuenterrabia, Guipuzcoa. To Mexico with
Cortes. Participated in the conquest of Guatamala with Pedro de Alvarado.

Fuentes, Diego de - In Cuba in 1519 and went to Mexico with Narvaez 
before joining Cortes while in Mexico. Settled in Panuco.

Fuentes, Pedro de - killed by Cortes' Conquistadors when Cortes battled 
the Conquistador Narvaez in Cempoallan, 
Yucatan. A battle over Mexico in which 14 or 15 Conquistadors died.

Galan, Juan - From: Carmona, Sevilla. Parents: Antonio Garcia Galan 
and Leonor Garcia. Arrived in the Indies in 1512. In Cuba in 1519 and
went to Mexico with Narvaez before joining Cortes while in Mexico.

Galeote, Alonso - brother of Antonio Galeote (below). Son of Gonzalo 
Galeote (below). On Mexican records 12 years after the conquest.

Galoete, Antonio - From: Huelva. Brother of fellow conqueror Alonso (above).
Galeote. Came to Mexico with Narvaez before joining Cortes 
while in Mexico. Settled in Puebla. Son of Gonzalo Galeote (below).

Galeote Garcia, Alonso - From: Huelva. Parents: Alonso Galeote and 
Isabel Diaz la Cordera. Settled in Puebla with a Spanish wife and 6 
sons and 5 daughters with a natural daughter being a member of the 
household. Gonzalo was Alonso's father and he also had brothers in 
Cortes' army. Died in the 1560's. Sons:	Juan Galeote and Alonso 
Galeote. Son in Law: Juan de Lasarte
Grandsons: 	Alonso Galeote and Diego de Tovar
Granddaughters Married:	Juan de Heredia and Juan Martinez de Argueta
Great Grandsons:	Alonso Galeote and Francisco Rendero
Great Granddaughter Married: Juan Guillen de Liebana Appears to 
be the same as the above mentined Alonso Galeote.

Galeote, Gonzalo - From: Huelva. Father of fellow conquerors Alonso 
and Antonio Galeote. Gonzalo came to Santo Domingo in 1502. Conquered 
Cuba, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Cuba and Mexico. He died in 1522 a year 
after the conquest of Mexico. 

Galindo, Juan (Sanchez) - Married Elvira Rodriguez who came to Mx. 
with her brother Diego (from Palos) in 1530.

Gallardo, Pedro - From: Lepe (Huelva). Mariner by trade. Settled in 
Puebla with an Indian wife, a son and a daughter. He died circa 1535 
and left his children in the care of Gonzalo Carrasco a resident of 
Puebla and native of Caceres Spain. 

Gallego, Alvaro - From: Galicia. Settled in Mexico City and married 
Leonor de la Pena. They had no children but Alvaro did have at least 
1 natural daughter.

Gallego, Andres - From: Gallegos. In Cuba in 1519 and went to Mexico 
with Narvaez before joining Cortes while in Mexico.
On the records of Mx. 10 years after the conquest.

Gallego, Bartolome - From: Gallegos. Involved in mining while in Cuba 
in 1518. To Mexico with Cortes. A resident of Guatamala in 1541.

Gallego, Benito - received an encomienda after the conquest. Settled in 
Mx.

Gallego, Cristoval - From: Tuy, Pontevedra. Parents: Alonso Rodriguez 
de Arbeloso and Maria Diaz. Came to the Indies in 1516. To Mexico with
Cortes.

Gallego, Hernando - Sailor from Galicia. Came in with Narvaez. 

Gallego, Juan Cristoval - From: Gallegos. In Puerto Rico in 1510, Cuba 
in 1519 before going to Mexico with Narvaez and joining Cortes
while in Mexico. A resident of Honduras in 1536. 

Gallego Hernandez, Gonzalo - From: Alconchel (Bandajoz). Settled in 
Coatzacualcos. Married and had a family. A son was Gonzalo Hernandez 
and a grandson was Gonzalo Hernandez de Alconchel. 

Gallego, Juan - Settled Antequera, and had a son by the same name. Other
sons: Nicolas, Melchor and Gabriel de Parada. Grandson: Antonio de 
Trejo. Granddaughter married: Pedro de Olivera. 
Great Grandsons: don Juan, Miguel and Luis de Olivera.

Gallego, Lucas - From: Galicia. Believed to have served under Cortes. 
Settled in Mexico City. Married Catalina Rodriguez and had a number of 
children. A son's name was Miguel Arias and a grandson Domingo Gallego.

Gallego, Pedro - captured and sacrificed in Tacuba.

Gallego de Andrade, Juan - Juan Gallego de Andrade was the second 
husband of the daughter of Montezuma from which they had a son together.
Juan Gallego died suddenly in 1530. Daughter: Juana Andrade Moctezuma.
Grandson: don Juan Moctezuma. Great grandson: don Juan Moctezuma.

Gamarra, Juan de - killed during the conquest.

Garcia, Alonso - Portuguese. On Mx. records 33 years after the conquest.

Garcia, Andres - On the records of Mx. 9 years after the conquest.

Garcia, Francisco - There were 3 with this name. One being Francisco 
Garcia Farfan. Brother: Cortes Conquistador Pedro Sanchez Farfan. 
Francisco settled in Toluca. Wife: Maria Leonor Hernandez. Son: Damian 
Garcia. Son in laws: Francisco de Leon and Constantino Damiel.Grandsons: 
Cristobal de Leon, Juan de Leon and Agustin and Domingo Farfan. 
Granddaughters married: Francisco de Estrada Mejia, Juan de Jaso, Jorge 
de Resa, Melchor de Valdivieso and Melchor de Leon. 
Another was Francisco Garcia Portero. He married Leonor Garcia.

Garcia, Gonzalo - In Cuba in 1519 and went to Mexico with Narvaez 
before joining Cortes while in Mexico.

Garcia, Juan - There were 4 with this name. One was Juan Garcia - From 
Lepe Huelva. Cuba in 1518, and with Cortes to Mexico in 1519. 
Another was Juan Garcia de Bejar - From: Bejar Salamanca. Came to Mexico 
with Cortes.
Another was Juan Garcia - From: Aznalcazar, Sevilla. Parents: Alonso 
Garcia and Teresa Gonzalez. Conquistador of Cuba in 1514 and Mexico 
with Cortes. Settled in Veracruz. 
Another was Juan Garcia Herrera

Garcia, Julian - survived the conquest.

Garcia, Luis - Came to Mexico with Cortes. Died trying to save Cortes' 
life along with Olea.

Garcia, Martin - Daughter married: Alonso de Castilla.

Garcia Albani, Alonso - architect, he helped design structures around
Mx. City.

Garcia de Berlanga, Diego - From: Berlanga, Badajoz. Cuba in 1519 before
going to Mexico with Narvaez and joining Cortes while in Mexico.

Garcia Bravo, Alonso - From: Ribera del Fresno. Father: Gonzalo Garcia 
Bravo. Settled Oaxaca. Married Maria Nunez, daughter of the conqueror 
Antonio de Almodovar del Campo and Violante Nunez. They had one daughter 
who married Melchor Suarez. A grandson was Lazaro Suarez. 

Garcia de Canamera, Juan - In Cuba in 1519 and went to Mexico with 
Narvaez before joining Cortes while in Mexico.

Garcia Galdin, Francisco - Believed to be the pilot of one of Cortes' 
ships. 

Garcia de Goldino, Gonzalo - Believed to be the pilot of one of Cortes'
ships.

Garcia de Jaen, Pedro - From: Jaen. Cuba in 1519 before going to Mexico 
with Narvaez and joining Cortes while in Mexico. On Mexican 
records in 1533.  

Garcia Jaramillo, Diego - From: Badajoz. Settled in Mexico City. Married 
Cecilia Lucero and had a daughter dona Ana de Andrada. His nephew Juan 
Jaramillo married his daughter. 

Garcia de Lucas, Juan - survived the conquest.

Garcia de Veas, Juan - Described as a good old soldier. Settled in Oaxaca.

Garnica, Gasper de - From: Guernica. Settled in Mexico City and married 
and had at least one son and a grandson by the name of Antonio de Garnica.
Daughter Maria married Antonio Sanchez de Toledo.

Garrido, Pedro de - From: Monguer. Settled in Colima and married Elvira 
de Arevalo the daughter of the Conquistador Alonso de Arevalo. 
They had a daughter Catalina. Pedro de Garrido died before 1545 and his
daughter was raised a ward of a relative, Bartolome Garrido. 

Garrido, Juan - First free black African to arrive in the new world. 
It is said he was the first to plant wheat. For more on the 
Black Conquistadors 

Genoves, Alonso - From: Genoa (Italy). Came to Mexico with Cortes. 
Spain had earlier driven the French out of what is modern day Italy 
(Italy as a country didn't exist until about 1750) in order to protect
Sicily which was part of the house of Aragon. 

Genoves, Esteban - From: Genoa (Italy). Cuba in 1519 before going to 
Mexico with Narvaez and joining Cortes while in Mexico. 
Note: there was a Conquistador with this name who died in the conquest 
of Peru in 1538.
 
Genoves, Lorenzo - From: Genoa (Italy). Settled in Oaxaca with his 
Portuguese wife Malgarida Ruiz. They had a daughter.

Genoves, Luis - From: Genoa (Italy). Cuba in 1519 before going to Mexico
with Narvaez and joining Cortes while in Mexico.

Genoves, Marcos - From: Genoa (Italy). Cuba in 1519 before going to 
Mexico with Narvaez and joining Cortes while in Mexico.

Gil, Francisco - Cuba in 1519 before going to Mexico with Narvaez 
and joining Cortes while in Mexico. Settled in Chiapas in 1540 and 
Tabasco in 1554.

Ginoves, Bautista - From: Genoa (Italy). Cuba in 1519 before going to 
Mexico with Narvaez and joining Cortes while in Mexico.

Ginoves, Domingo - From: Genoa (Italy). Cuba in 1519 before going to 
Mexico with Narvaez and joining Cortes while in Mexico.

Ginoves, Juan - From: Genoa (Italy). Came to Mexico with Cortes.

Ginoves, Ramon - From: Genoa (Italy). Came to Mexico with Cortes.

Giraldo, Alonso - Trumpeter Settled in Mexico City and married Francisca
de Zambrano and had 2 sons and a daughter. Died while exploring Lower 
California with Cortes.

Godoy, Diego - a notary from Pinto. Settled in the town of Espiritu 
Santo near the mouth of the Coatzacoalcos river.

Gomez, Alonso - There were 2 with this name. One was Alonso Gomez from: 
Trigueros, Huelva. Came to Mexico with Cortes.
Another was Alonso Gomez who came to Mexico with Narvaez and 
ended up settling in Teopantlan. 

Gomez, Bartolome - From: Huelva. Parents: Anton Sanchez de Ruy Gomez and 
Mari Hernandez. His father battled the Moors in Granada. On Mx. records 
40 years after the conquest.

Gomez, Juan - There were 2 with this name one was Juan Gomez de Herrera.
Settled in Zacatula and married Elvira de Torres and had 5 children. 
A daughter married: Miguel de Padilla.
Another was Juan Gomez de Almazon - He married a "woman of the land". 
Founded the town of Izmiquilpa.

Gomez, Pedro - Settled in Colima. Married Leonor de la Torre and had 
at least 1 daughter.

Gomez, Pierrez - From: Eindhout, Flanders. Parents: Pierrez Gomez and 
Catalina Gomez. Settled in Mexico City. Married with 7 children. 
Son: Baltazar Mejia Salmeron. Son in law: Alonso de Cabrera y Sosa. 
Grandsons: Domingo Cano, don Juan Alonso de Sosa (went to the Philipines), 
and don Lope de Sosa. Granddaughter married: Rodrigo de Avila.

Gomez de Avila, Rodrigo - From: Avila. Settled in Mexico City. Wife: Juana 
Guenaro of Alcaraz. Natural daughter named Beatriz. Grandsons: Augustin 
Guerrero de Luna, don Francisco Guerrero (went to Castilla). don Gabriel 
Guerrero, don Baltasar Guerrero, don Melchor Guerrero and don Alonso 
Guerrero. Great Grandsons: don Alonso and don Juan Guerrero y Villaseca.

Gomez Ballestero, Andres - In Cuba in 1518 and to Mexico with Cortes 
in 1519.

Gomez Hidalgo, Alonso - Married Ana de Mesa, daughter of fellow Conquistador 
Francisco de Mesa. 7 children.

Gomez de Jerez, Hernando - Settled in Michoacan. Grandson: don Gonzalo 
Davalos. Granddaughters married: Captain Diego de Molina, Alonso de 
Cuevas and Diego de Cervantes Villasenor.

Gonzalez, Alonso - There were two with this name. One was Alonso Gonzalez
de Portugal. From: Lisbon Portugal. Father: Juan Alvarez do Gago. Settled
in Mexico City. Married Isabel de Bolanos and they had at least 1 son 
and daughter and 2 other natural children. A grandson was don Diego de 
Bolanos.

Gonzalez, Bartolome (2) - 2 with this name. One was bedridden in 1576 
according to testimony given that year.

Gonzalez, Diego - From: La Parra (Bandajoz). Married a Cuban native and 
had one son. Settled in Puebla. Later married Francisca Rincon.

Gonzalez, Francisco - Daughter: Ysabel Gomez.

Gonzalez, Juan - There were two with this name. One was Juan Gonzalez 
Ponce de Leon. Son of the discoveror of Florida. Settled in Mexico City.
Married Francisca de Ordaz (sister of Diego de Ordaz). They had at least 
one son. Grandsons: Juan Ponce de Leon (there were 2, one settled in 
Guatemala), Diego de Ordaz and Francisco de Cabrera. Granddaughter 
married: Cristobal Gutierrez de Liebana.
Another was Juan Gonzalez Izquierdo. From: Paterna, Huelva. Came to the 
Indies in 1514. To Mexico with Cortes in 1519. Settled in Guatamala. 

Gonzalez, Ruy - There were two with this name. One was from Villanueva 
de Fresco and his parents were Alonso Gonzalez and Catalina Suarez. 
Settled in Mexico City. He had 3 mestiza daughters. He took part in the
Coronado Expedition. Daughter Catalina married Francisco de 
Nava of Castilla. Grandsons: Rodrigo, Antonio, Pedro and Francisco de Nava. 
Granddaughter married: Alvaro de Soria. Greatgrandson: don Pedro de Troche 
married a great granddaughter of Moctezuma. His Coat of Arms
For more information contact Robert Rios at betorioss@yahoo.com who is researching 
this Conquistador.

Gonzalez de Avila, Gil - From: Avila. Brother of Alonso de Avila y Benavides. 
When Cristobal de Olid rebelled against Cortes and fled to Central 
America it was the Captain Gil Gonzalez who ended up capturing him and 
helped sentence him to death. Married Dona Leonor de Alvarado, circa 
1526, niece of Pedro de Alvarado and daughter of Jorge de Alvarado.

Gonzalez de Heredia, Juan - From: Heredia, Alava. Cuba in 1519 before 
going to Mexico with Narvaez and joining Cortes while in Mexico.

Gonzalez Herrero, Bartolome - born in Valdeladrones, Portugal. Parents:
Joan Alfonso and Catalina Alvarez. 8 children.

Gonzalez de Hortegosa, Fernan - From: Old Castilla. In Santo Domingo in 
1508, conquest of Puerto Rico in 1509. Came to Mexico with Narvaez 
and ended up settling in Zacatula. On the records there in 1547. Brought
a wife and 2 daughters from Spain. Son in laws: Gaspar de Avila and 
Garcia Llerena.

Gonzalez de Najera, Francisco - From: Najera, Longrono. In Cuba with 
his son Pedro when they both joined Cortes. Died in Guatamala.

Gonzalez de Najera, Pedro - From: Najera, Longrono. In Cuba with his 
father Francisco when they both joined Cortes.

Gonzalez de Trujillo, Pedro - From: Sevilla. Parents: Pedro Trujillo 
(from Trujillo Caceres) and Juana Ruiz Cabeza de Vaca. Probably Melchor 
de Trujillo's brother. Melchor came to Mexico in 1521 after the conquest. 
Pedro was a mariner. Came to Mexico with Cortes. On Mexican records 
from 1525-1527. Died in 1547 (location unknown).

Grado, Alonso de - Born in Alcantara. Settled in Mexico City. Married 
the daughter of Montezuma. Daughter married: Alonso Hernandez.

Granada, Francisco de - From: Granada. Came to Mexico with Cortes. 
Participated in the conquests of Guazacualco, Coatlan. Received a coat 
of arms. Settled in Mexico City. Was alive in 1547. 

Grande, Francisco - From: Palos, Huelva. In Cuba in 1519 and went to 
Mexico with Narvaez before joining Cortes while in Mexico. 
Related to Juan Grande a pilot of Columbus. 

Griego, Juan - From: Greece. Settled in Antequera. 

Grijalba, Fernando - From: Cuellar, Segovia. Came to Mexico with Cortes. 
Explored the coast of Tehuantepec in 1533.

Grijalba, Francisco - From: Cuellar, Segovia. Came to Mexico with Cortes.

Grisalba, Juan - From: Cuellar, Segovia. Came to Mexico with Narvaez. 
Died in Honduras.

Grijalba, Rodrigo - From: Cuellar, Segovia. Came to Mexico with Narvaez.

Grijalva, Sebastian - From: Cuellar, Segovia. Settled in Mexico City. 
Married Beatriz Hernandez with a son Antonio and 2 daughters. One was 
named Rufina. Granddaughters married: Juan de Oceguera and Hernan 
Vazquez. Grandson: Gil de Robles. 

Guerrero, Gonzalo - Born in Niebla. When Cortes learned that Spaniards 
were being kept as slaves of the Caciques of Cozumel he paid a ransom.  
Gonzalos reply to a fellow captive "Brother Aguilar, I am married 
and have three children and the Indians look on me as a Cacique and 
captain in wartime...You go and god be with you, but I have my face 
tattooed and my ears pierced, what would the Spaniards say should they 
see me in this guise and look how handsome these boys of mine are, 
for God's sake give me those green beads you have brought, and I will 
give the beads to them and say that my brothers have sent them from my 
own country" (written by the conquistador Bernal Diaz). 

Guerrero, Lazaro (Alvaro) - Settled in Mexico City. Had at least a 
daughter who married Andres Tello of Bandajoz and a grandson Diego Tello. 
Granddaughters married: Andres Lopez (of Cholula) and Juan de Monteverde.

Guia, Fernando - From: Palencia. In Cuba in 1518 and came to Mexico with 
Cortes the following year.

Guia, Juan de - There were 2 with this name. One was from: Piedrahita, 
Avila. Came to Mexico with Narvaez.
Another was from: Palencia. Of Black African decent. Came to Mexico with 
Cortes. Both are probably the same person with some confusion.

Guillen, Francisco - From: Escacena del Campo. Parents: Alonso Guillen 
and Estebana Gomez. Eventually settled in Mexico City. Had two sons and 
a daughter.

Guipuzcoano, Rodrigo - From: Medina del Campo. Parents: Osursula 
Guipuzcoano and Catalina Gonzalez. Settled in Colima. Had a least 1 son, 
Francisco. 

Guisado, Alonso - Had a son of the same name that lived in Zacatecas and 
another son. 

Gutierrez, Anton - From: Sanlucar el Mayor. Survived the conquest and 
had an encomienda. Son: Diego.

Gutierrez, Antonio - There were 2 with this name. One was Antonio 
Gutierrez de Ahumada. Settled in Mexico City. He had a least one son. 
There was also Antonio Gutierrez de Almodovar from Almodovar del Campo. 
He settled in Mexico City. He married Maria Corral and they had children.  

Gutierrez, Diego - There were 2 with this name. One was Diego Gutierrez 
de Lavado. He settled in Panuco. He had a least a daughter. 
Grandson: Alonso Montano.

Gutierrez, Francisco - There were 2 with this name. One was from Villa 
de Gota. Parents: Francisco Gutierrez and Catalina Sanchez Roblada. 
Settled in Zacatula. Had at least a son also with the name.
Another was the son of Anton Gutierrez and Elvira Martin. Married 
Antonia Gutierrez and settled in Panuco.

Gutierrez, Gomez - Married Maria Gutierrez de Villacorta, daughter of 
Juan de Villacorta. Administered land in Mx.

Gutierrez, Pedro - There were two with this name. One was Pedro 
Gutierrez de Valdelomar. He was born in Illescas. 

Gutierrez de Badajoz, Alonso - From: Badajoz. Married the daughter of 
a fellow conqueror Gonzalo Hernandez Mosquera. Settled in 
Mexico City. They had at least one known granddaughter by the name of 
Maria Mosquera.

Gutierrez de Escalante, Juan - After Cortes' arrival in Mexico he had 
his ships burned and left Juan Escalante in charge of a garrison in 
Vera Cruz. Cortes then marched to the interior of Mexico. At this point 
they were outlaws openly defying the Govenor of Cuba (Diego Velazquez). 
Juan Escalante and 6 others were killed along with some of their Indian 
allies by the Mexica while Cortes was in Tenochtitlan.

Gutierrez de Salamanca, Fernando - From: Salamanca. Came to Mexico with 
Narvaez.

Gutierrez Trujillo, Pedro - married Ana, the niece of Moctezuma.

Guzman, Luis de - given land to administer in Mx. after the conquest.

Guzman, Pedro - There were 2 with this name. One came to Mexico with 
Cortes and later participated in the conquest of Peru.
Another was Don Pedro Guzman From: Guadalajara Spain. He was a horseman 
in Cortes' army. Listed as a settler in Mexico in 1529. Was an assistant 
to Nuno de Guzman in Nueva Galicia. In 1534 he took his wife who was 
originally from Valencia and his 2 small daughters and followed Pedro 
de Alvarado to Peru. Don Pedro Guzman and his family died of the cold 
crossing the Andes during this journey.

Heredia (d'Evia), Rodrigo - Possibly from Evian France. Settled in 
Colima with a wife.

Hermosillo, Juan de - Grandsons: Juan Ramirez de Escobar and Cristobal 
Ramirez. Granddaughter married: Francisco Perez de Vargas.

Hernandez, Alonso - captured and sacrificed during the conquest.

Hernandez, Beatriz - Sevilla. daughter of Elvira Hernandez and wife of
Tomas de Ecijoles.

Hernandez, Cristobal - Portuguese. A settler 16 years after the conquest.

Hernandez, Diego - wounded in the battle known as "Noche Triste". Assisted 
in saving Alonso Ortiz de Zuniga from death. Given land to administer 
(encomienda) in Michoacan after the conquest.

Hernandez, Gonzalo - Parents: Francisco Calvo and Leonor Hernandez. 
Married twice and eventually settled in Puebla.

Hernandez, Juan - married 3 times. Settled in Colima.

Hernandez, Pedro - Parents Garci Hernandez and Elvira Hernandez de 
Herrera. His father and brother Juan Perez de Hererra all served 
under Cortes and settled in Mexico along with his 3 sisters. Settled 
in Zacatula.

Hernandez, Santos - Conqueror of most of the islands as well as Mexico 
as did many of the conquistadors. Settled in Oaxaca. Grandsons: Luis 
Santos Guerrero and Juan Vazquez Marroquin.

Hernandez Calvo, Gonzalo - Settled in Puebla. Married Isabel Munoz and 
had a son and daughter. Son: Francisco Calvo. Son in law: Gaspar Valades.

Hernandez de Merida, Garcia - on Mx. records 11 years after the conquest.

Hernandez de Merida, Juan - Parents: Bartolome and Elvira Sanchez.Eventually
settled in Oaxaca.

Hernandez Mosquera, Cristobal - Parents: Gonzalo Hernandez Bermejo and 
Francisca Hernandez. Settled in Mexico City. Had six sons and a daughter 
and 1 natural son. 
Son: Gonzalo Hernandez de Figueroa. Grandson: Gonzalo de Figueroa.

Hernandez Mosquera, Gonzalo - Parents: Gonzalo Hernandez Bermejo and 
Francisca Hernandez. Settled in Mexico City. Married a niece of Pedro 
de Alvarado and had 5 children. In addition he had 8 natural children. 
One daughter married the Conquistador Alonso Gutierrez de Badajoz, was
widowed then married Francisco Termino.
Sons: Luis and Francisco Pacheco. Son in laws: Alvaro Diaz de Vargas, 
Diego Morin, Alvaro Diaz and Juan de Rosa. Grandson: Juan de Escalona.

Hernandez de Nava, Bartolome - From: Palos. Settled in Puebla. Married 
to Catalina Velez Razcona also from Palos. They had 7 children.
Grandsons: Martin de Nava Guevara, and Hernando de Zuniga.
Granddaughter married: Vicente de la Rosa.
Great Grandson: Francisco Lozano.

Hernandez Nieto, Diego - From: Almeyda, Zamora near Portugal. Parents:
Gonzalo Hernandez Nieto (half Black African) and Catalina Garcia. Married
the daughter of Bartolome Hermoso of Sevilla. On Mx. records in 1562 while
over 70 years old.

Hernandez de Prado, Juan - Parents: Juan Hernandez de Prado and Maria 
de Prado. He had 2 natural children.

Hernandez Sevillano, Pedro - had wife and children. Became a Barber after 
the conquest.

Hernandez de Ziusto, Diego - on Mx. records 32 years after the conquest.

Herrera, Alonso - From: Cadiz. Came to Mexico with Cortes. Settled in
Mexico until 1530 when he joined Diego de Ordaz and went to Venezuela 
in a search for El Dorado. Died there.

Herreros, Santos - on Mx. records after the conquest.

Hidalgo, Alonso - on Mexican records 50 years after the conquest (1571).

Holguin, Diego de - Parents: Diego de Holguin and Catalina Alvarez Moraga. 
Settled in Puebla and married the daughter of fellow conqueror Garci 
Hernandez and they had 2 sons and 2 daughters. 

Holguin, Garcia - From: Caceres  Responsible for the capture of 
Falling Eagle, Montezumas successor.

Hoyos, Gomez de - Parents: Pedro de Perada and Maria de Barajas. Settled 
in Colima and married. Died 1550.

Hurones, Gonzalo - on Mx. records after the conquest.

Hurtado, Gaspar - Settled in Colima.

Illescas, Fernando de - From: Illescas, Toledo. Came to Mexico with 
Narvaez. A landowner in Mexico in 1524, Santiago Guatamala 
in 1528 and Honduras in 1536. Married Leonor Farfano. 2 daughters.

Iniguez, Bernardino - Settled in Panuco.

Iricio, Martin de - Parents: Pedro Sanchez de Ircio and Maria Jimenez 
de Ribafrecha. Brother of Pedro. Married dona Maria de Mendoza the sister 
of the viceroy and had many children. Son in laws: don Luis de Velasco 
and don Carlos de Luna y Arellano. Grandsons: don Francisco de Velasco, 
don Antonio de Velasco and don Tristan de Arellano. 
Granddaughters married: don Juan Altamirano and don Rodrigo de Vivero.

Iricio, Pedro de - Parents: Pedro Sanchez de Ircio and Maria Jimenez 
de Ribafrecha. Settled Villa Rica for Cortes, acting as govenor. Married 
the daughter of the Conquistador Leonel de Cervantes. Had a natural 
daughter who married the Captain Ruy Lopez de Villalobos and they had 
a namesake son.

Izquierdo, Martin - From: Castromocho, Palencia. Came to Mexico from 
Cuba with Ponce Leon in 1520. Participated in the conquest of Guatamala. 
Settled in Santiago, Guatamala in 1528.

Jaen, Cristoval de - From: Jaen. In Cuba in 1518 and came to Mexico with 
Cortes the following year.

Jaen, Gonzalo de - From: Jaen. In Cuba in 1518 and came to Mexico with 
Cortes the following year.

Jaramillo de Salvatierra, Juan - Parents: Alonso Jaramillo and Mencia 
de Matos. During the battle to re-take Tenochtitlan Juan was Capt. 
of a boat that rescued another boat that was being over-taken by the 
Mexica.  Married the Mayan interpreter Marina by whom they had a daughter. 
Marina also had a son with Cortes. After the death of Marina 
he married the youngest daughter of the conquistador Leonel de Cervantes.
Daughter (of Marina) married: don Luis de Quesada. Grandson: don Pedro 
de Quesada. Great grandsons: don Luis de Quesada and don Pedro de 
Jabra. Great granddaughter married: don Amaro Velazquez de Cardenas.

Jasso, Juan de - known as "el viejo" became a resident of Mexico City. 
Went with Cortes on his expedition of Central America. On the records 
of Mexico in 1554. Wife doņa Maria Ponce de Leon who was the daughter 
of the Count of Bailen, Don Manuel Ponce de Leon y Guzman and doņa 
Beatriz Vanegas. Had a least one daughter. Had a nephew Juan de 
Jasso "el mozo". Both were from San Juan del Pie del Puerto Navarre. 
Notes: the Granddaughter of the Conquistador Francisco Garcia Farfan 
married a Juan de Jasso. Grandsons of the Conquistador Lorenzo Payo 
were Martin and Valentin Jasso and a Great Grandson was Juan de Jasso. 
Juan de Jasso's (el viejo) grandson was Don Francisco de Trejo Carvajal
who was also the Grandson of the Conquistador Rafael de Trejo. 
Juan (the older) was a Great Grandson of Pedro de Yassu, founder of the 
House of Yassu in Spain. Anther Great Grandson of Don Pedro was 
Saint Francisco Javier, co founder of the Jesuit order and a Conquistador 
of Souls in Asia.

Jerez, Alonso de - In Cuba in 1519 and came to Mexico with Cortes the 
same year.

Jerez, Fernando - From: Sevilla. Parents: Garcia Jerez and Isabel 
Fernandez. Lawyer by profession. Came to the Indies in 1513. Settled 
in Yaquimo, Santo Domingo in 1514 and Cuba in 1519 and went to Mexico 
with Narvaez before joining Cortes while in Mexico.

Jerez, Hernando de - Settled in Mexico City with his wife the former 
Ana Rodriguez (from the same area as Hernando in Spain). They had 1 
daughter. also Ana Rodriguez. Son in Law: Gonzalo de Avalos then Pedro de
Funes.

Jimenez, Alonso - From: Sevilla.  Cuba in 1519 and went to Mexico with 
Narvaez before joining Cortes while in Mexico.

Jimenez, Fernando de - From: Sevilla. Came to Mexico with Cortes. On 
Mexican records in 1528.

Jimenez, Francisco de - From: Herguijuela, Caceres. went to Mexico with 
Narvaez before joining Cortes. Known to be good with firearms. 
In Chiapas in 1524. 

Jimenez, Juan - From: Caceres Settled in Mexico City. Father: 
Juan Jimenez. 

Jimenez, Miguel - From: Herguijuela, Caceres. Came to Mexico with his 
brother the above mentioned Juan Jimenez under the command of Cortes. 
Believed to have been killed by the Indians. 

Jimenez de Rivera, Juan - Married Leonor Gutierrez and had a son and 
daughter. 

Juarez, Gaspar - From: Evora, Portugal. Conquistador of Cuba in 1514 
and came to Mexico with Cortes in 1519.

Juarez, Lorenzo - He was called "El Portugues". Came to Mexico with 
Cortes and settled in Mexico City. Son: Gaspar Juarez.  Grandson: Andres 
Juarez. 

Juarez, Juan - From: Granada or Sevilla. Parents: Diego Juarez and Dona 
Maria de Marcayda. Settled in Santo Domingo with his mother and 3 sisters. 
One of whom ended up married to Cortes (Catalina). Came to Mexico with 
Cortes. Settled in Mexico where he was given lands to administer.

La Mezquita, Diego de - settled in Oaxaca.

La Milla, Francisco de - on Mx. records 15 years after the conquest. 
Settled in Panuco.

La Pena (y Vallejo), Juan de - on Mx. records 22 years after the conquest.

La Torre, Juan de - a second cousin of Cortes. Survived the conquest.

Lagos, Gonzalo de - on Mx. records 11 years after the conquest.

Lara, Juan de - captured and sacrificed.

Lares, Amador de - Royal treasurer in Cuba. His secretary was Andres 
de Duero. Died in the battle known as "Notche Triste" (sad night).

Lares, Pedro de - Believed to be the other Lares that died in the battle 
known as "Notche Triste" (sad night).

Laso, Alonso - From: Cazalla, Sevilla. He and his brother Francisco 
came to the Indies in 1516. Listed as Conquistadors of Mexico but could 
not find evidence to support this. 

Laso, Pedro - Came to Mexico with Cortes.

Ledesma, Alonso de - on Mx. records 5 years after the conquest.

Ledesma, Francisco - From: Ledesma, Salamanca. Came to Mexico with 
Cortes. Was a merchant in Mexico in 1526.

Ledesma, Juan de - There were 3 with this name. One Juan de Ledesma had 
a son in law: Francisco Melgarejo.
Another settled Guatamala where there is record of 10 children. 

Ledesma, Pedro de - on Mx. records a year after the conquest.

Lema, Fernando - From: Suesto, Coruna Spain. Conquistador of Cuba in 
1511. Came to Mexico as a captain in Narvaez' army. Settled 
in Mexico where he was given lands to administer. Appears to be the 
same Conquistador as Fernando Lerma below.

Leon, Alonso de - Married an Indian woman.

Leon, Alvaro de - From: Dimynes, Santander. Came to Mexico with Narvaez'.
6 children.

Leon, Diego de - Came to Mexico with Narvaez'. 

Lerma, Fernando de - As the Conquistadors were retreating from 
Tenochtitlan (Mexico City) Cortes went back to try and save 
his men from drowning in the waters that surround the city. The Mexica 
recognizing Cortes made an attempt to pull him into their canoes. It 
was Cristoval de Olea who threw himself on the attackers and 
paid with his life falling at Cortes' side. Lerma was said to have 
joined Olea but he survived. He ended up losing the use of his hand 
as a result. An allied Tlascalan chief fought over the 
wounded body of Cortes killing three Mexica, allowing enough time for 
Cortes' men to come to his defense. 

Lerma, Lepe de - considered fearless. After being reprimanded by Cortes
he deserted and went to live with the Indians. No record of him thereafter.

Lezama, Fernando de - From: Lezama, Vizcaya. Came to Mexico with Cortes.

Limpias de Carvajal, Juan - Born in Seville. Parents: Hernando de Carvajal 
and Lucia de Limpias. Capt. of a boat in the battle to re-take 
Tenochtitlan. Before the battle the Mexica had put stakes in 
the water to impale the boats of the conquistadors. Juan fought so 
valiantly he inspired his men to break free of the stakes saving their 
boat and their lives. Settled in Mexico City. Married with several 
children. Son: Juan de Limpias. Son in laws: Miguel Hernandez, Alonso 
de Estrada, Pedro de Salinas and Esteban de Carvajal.

Lizana, Juan de - of Toledo. Parents: Jimeno de Burgos and Catalina Lizana.
Married Catalina de Garay. 4 children.

Llerena, Garcia de - From: Burgos. Came to Mexico with Cortes. On 
Mexican records until 1536. Married Leonor de Pineda, 5 children.

Loa, Guillen de - a horseman; was sent to check on Pedro de Alvarado 
after "Noche Triste" a battle in which 600 conquistadors and several 
thousand of their indian allies died. Settled in Mexico City. Married
Isabel de Alvarado, the niece of the Conquistador Pedro de Alvarado 
and had 4 sons and a daughter. Died in 1560 of a cane thrust while 
playing with cane spears. Must have been over 60 at the time. 
Son: Tristan de Loa, Julian de la Loa, and Gomez de Alvarado. Daughter: 
Julia de la Loa Grandsons: don Juan and don Alonso de Alvarado. 
Granddaughter married: Francisco de Arevalo. Great granddaughter 
married: Nicolas de Ayala.

Lobato, Cristobal - From: Huelva. Came to Mexico with Narvaez.

Lobos de Sotomayor, Ruy - given an encomienda after the conquest.

Lopez, Alonso - From: Cordoba. Parents: Gonzalo Lopez and 
Mari Gutierrez. Settled in Colima. Married with one son and 5 daughters. 
The one son and 2 daughters were natural children.

Lopez, Alvaro - A carpenter he helped fashion a cross that was put on 
top of a great Mayan temple in which Cortes would preach in front of. 
Settled in Mexico City.

Lopez, Andres - From: Villanueva in the valley of Tobalina, Burgos. 
Parents: Andres Lopez de Cespedes and Marigomez de Salazar.  Settled 
in Mexico City. Married: Catalina Lopez. Andres and his wife had 2 
sons and a daughter. Participated in the pacification of the Chichimecas.

Lopez, Antonio - Came to Mexico with Narvaez.

Lopez, Bartolome - There were 2 with this name. One was Bartolome Lopez 
de Sanlucar. Parents: Pedro Lopez and Isabel Gutierrez. Bartolome was an 
archer in Cortes' army. Settled in Colima with his wife.

Lopez, Francisco - Married a "woman of the land". Had many children. 
Son: Geronimo Lopez. Daughter married: Diego Hernandez.

Lopez, Gonzalo - Settled in Mexico City.

Lopez, Jeronimo - Parents: Anton Lopez de Viar and Elvira Hernandez de 
la Cuesta. Settled in Mexico City. Married 3 times and had 6 daughters 
and 4 sons. Received a coat of arms in 1530. Sons: Jeronimo Lopez and 
Pero Lopez de Rivera. Grandsons: don Jeronimo Lopez de Peralta, Diego 
de Villapadierna and Jeronimo Lopez de Mendoza. Granddaughter married: 
don Fernando de Rivadeneira. 

Lopez, Juan - There were 3 with this name. One was Juan Lopez de Jimena. 
His brother was Gonzalo. They both joined Cortes in 1519. After the 
conquest he became Mayor of Veracruz. Juan married Francisca de Nava 
and had 3 sons and 4 daughters. At least some of his children took the 
de Nava name. Son: Antonio de Nava. Grandsons: Diego de Nava, Juan, 
Andres, Cristobal and Martin de Ontiveros. Granddaughters married: Juan 
de Ibarra, and Pedro Nunez de Cordova. 

Lopez, Martin - There were two with this name. One was from Seville. 
Parents: Cristobal Diaz de Narices and Estefania Rodriguez. He helped 
build the ships needed by Cortes to patrol the lake around Mexico City. 
Settled in Mexico City. Martin married Ines Ramirez of Seville who died 
in 1529. He then married Juana Hernandez of Seville. He received 3 coats 
of arms. Grandsons: Martin, don Geronimo Lopez Osorio, Luis Perez del 
Castillo, Juan Perez del Castillo, Pedro Lopez del Castillo, Martin 
Lopez Gutierrez, Gonzalo Hernandez de Figueroa and Juan de Figueroa. 
Granddaughter married: Fernando Calderon. 
Martin Lopez Conquistador Citizen of Mexico is a book on his life.

Lopez, Pedro - There were 2 with this name. One was Pedro Lopez de 
Alcantara. Arrived in Mexico with Cortes. Given a Coat of Arms in 1535. 
4 children and settled in Puebla. Son in law: Diego de Leyva. 
Grandsons: Diego, Martin and Felipe de Leon, Diego and Antonio de Leyva. 
Another was Pedro Lopez of Palma. Settled in Mx. after a time in La 
Espanola. Son: Melchor is on the records of Mx.
Another Pedro Lopez - Portuguese and arrived in Mx. with Garay. 

Lopez, Roman - Parents: Cristobal Lopez and Maria de Solis. Lost an eye 
in the battle to take Tenochtitlan (Mexico City). Settled in Oaxaca 
with his wife dona Ines de Guzman. They had 6 children. Grandson: Juan 
de Guzman Sotomayor (grandson of the conquistador bachiller Sotomayor). 
Granddaughter married: Juan Gomez Zurita.

Lopez de Avila, Fernando - From: Avila. Came to Mexico with Cortes. On 
Mexican records till 1528. At some point in time he left for Spain a 
rich man.

Lopez Gabriel, Simon - killed by Indians.

Lopez Montealegre, Pedro - Portuguese.

Lopez Morales, Francisco - From: Sevilla. Came to Mexico with Cortes.

Lopez Marroqui, Pedro - settled in Puebla.

Lopez de Ximena (Jimena), Juan - Married Francisca de Nava and had 7
children (3 sons)

Lopez de Zuniga, Inigo - From: Navarra. Came to the Indies with Columbus, 
Santo Domingo in 1494, Puerto Rico in 1512, Captain of the Armada. Came 
to Mexico with Cortes.

Lorenzo, ? - From: Genoa then Puebla.

Loza, Juan de - given an encomienda in Mx. after the conquest.

Lozano, Francisco de - given an encomienda in Mx. after the conquest.

Lozano, Pedro - From: Caceres Settled in Mexico City and 
married Maria Pereles. They had at least 2 sons. Grandsons: Pedro and 
Martin (settled in the Phillippines) Lozano.

Lucas (Montanchez), Alfonso (Alonso) - married twice. His second wife and
8 children died in a ship, in the Gulf. on a trip to Spain. A daughter 
Violante survived to marry Pero Ortiz de Zuniga.

Lugo, Francisco - Born in Medina del Campo. Related to the conquistador 
Bernal Diaz del Castillo.

Lugon, Pablo de - settled in Puebla.

Luis, ? - From: Genoa.