D. Diego López de Haro

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Diego Fernandez López de Haro, Señor de Orduña y Valmaseda

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Son of Fernando Díaz de Haro, señor de Orduña and Maria de Portugal
Husband of Juana I, reina consorte de Castilla
Father of D. Pedro López de Haro
Brother of María (Diaz) López de Haro and D. Pedro López de Haro
Half brother of Isabel Teles de Molina, 10ª senhora de Menezes and Afonso Teles de Menezes, 9º senhor de Menezes

Occupation: Señor de Orduña y Valmaseda
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About D. Diego López de Haro

don Diego López de Haro Señor de Orduña y Valmaseda

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FMG MedLands Vizcaya

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carranza Carranza and Carranza Valley (Valle de Carranza officially in Harana Karrantza Castilian and Basque) is a town Spanish province Vizcaya (autonomous community of the Basque Country ). Se trata del municipio más occidental y extenso de Vizcaya y está enclavado en un valle al oeste de la comarca de las Encartaciones .

http://www.karrantza.org/es-ES/Ayuntamiento/Historia/Paginas/default.aspx The Karrantza Valley was added to Bizkaia in the twelfth century under the leadership of -----Diego Lopez de Haro------. Históricamente forma parte de las Encartaciones, territorio incorporado al Señorío de Bizkaia en el siglo XIII. Historically part of Encartaciones incorporated territory to the Lordship of Biscay in the thirteenth century. Conservó durante siglos sus propias instituciones, residiendo su gobierno en la Junta de Abellaneda de acuerdo a su fuero de usos y costumbres, escriturado en el año 1394. Retained for centuries their own institutions, his administration reside in Abellaneda Board jurisdiction according to their uses and customs, deeded in 1394. Tierras vinculadas definitivamente al Señorío en los albores del siglo XVIII. Definitely linked to the Dominion Lands in the early eighteenth century.