Conquistador Juan Navarro

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Juan Navarro

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Birthplace: Reino de Navarra, España
Death: Died in Reino de Nueva España
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Son of Pedro de Navarra and María de Navarra
Husband of Isabel Suarez and Maria Isabel Peña
Father of Juan Navarro, II

Managed by: Javier De la Fuente Garza
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About Conquistador Juan Navarro

García Pimentel, Luis, editor. Relacion de los obispados de Tlaxcala, Michoacan, Oaxaca y otros lugares en el siglo XVI, Volume 5, Editor's Home, Mexico City, Mexico, 1904, page 160. ... https://books.google.com/books?id=TgYOAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA160&lpg=PA160&dq=Conquistador+juan+navarro&source=bl&ots=AaQN0aWQk1&sig=omEOcflJbfMpH3TbZQPc9oqAvII&hl=en&sa=X&ei=NarvVPWBKIyXNpTrgYgB&ved=0CDsQ6AEwBQ#v=onepage&q=Conquistador%20juan%20navarro&f=false ... "Cayanquilpa, en el arzobispado de México, fué encomendado en Juan Navarro, conquistador, primero tenedor, por cuya muerte sucedió en su mujer viuda, que después casó con Juan Bautista de Marin, y siendo viudo de ella, casó segunda vez con Da. Leonor Marin, y él es difunto, la cual é sus hijas los poseen, sobre que el fiscal trata pleito."

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Feinberg, Benjamin. The Devil's Book of Culture: History, Mushrooms, and Caves in Southern Mexico, University of Texas Press, Austin, Texas, 2003, page 42. ... https://books.google.com/books?id=0asAAQAAQBAJ&pg=PA42&lpg=PA42&dq=Conquistador+juan+navarro&source=bl&ots=11-DhCRmvG&sig=Qt90hi247GEOhVakt4aiYqKVzks&hl=en&sa=X&ei=PrzvVIjjCsKXgwSrgYGIAg&ved=0CB0Q6AEwADgK#v=onepage&q=Conquistador%20juan%20navarro&f=false ... "The first territorial division of 1536 left Huautla under the rule of Teotitlán, and the second division, in 1579, left the Sierra Mazateca, along with Teotitlán and La Cañada, as part of the encomienda of the conquistador Juan Navarro (Tibón 1983:45)."

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From the work of Miguel A Ayala (webcached 12/29/2012):

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Juan Navarro from Navarre, Spain was of Basque descent.

He went to Santo Domingo in 1514; Cuba in 1519 and Mexico in 1520 with (Panfilo) Narvaez in order to arrest Cortez, and later joined Cortez (after Narvaez's defeat and capture).

Had a son Juan Navarro the younger born in 1533. The younger was one of the original settlers of San Martin, New Vizcaya (Durango, Mx) in 1556, where he put in the first ore-crushing mill. Also helped found Saltillo in 1577 and was married to Dona Maria Rodriguez.

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Conquistador Juan Navarro's Timeline

1533
1533
Reino de Navarra, España
1575
1575
Reino de Nueva España
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Reino de Navarra, España
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