Simón Pérez de Bustillo (c.1576 - 1643) MP

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Birthplace: Ciudad de México, Real Audiencia de Mexico, Reino de Nueva España
Death: Died in Santa Fé, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
Managed by: Lucas Maxim Theriault
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About Simón Pérez de Bustillo

He was a soldier accompanying Don Juan de Oñate on the Oñate Expedition of 1598-1608, and a founding resident of Santa Fe, Nueva España.

Son of Juan Perez de Bustillo, native of Mexico, of medium stature, swarthy, scanty beard, freckled, 22 years of age.

His family were among the Loyalists who stayed in New Mexico.

His family was entrenched in the drama surrounding the assassination of Governor Rosas.

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Simón Pérez de Bustillo's Timeline

1576
1576
Ciudad de México, Real Audiencia de Mexico, Reino de Nueva España
1600
1600
Age 24
Mexico, Distrito Federal, Mexico
1605
1605
Age 29
La Cienega, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1607
1607
Age 31
La Cienega, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1613
1613
Age 37
Santa Fe, NM, USA

Arrested by Gov. Peralta y Aloque in 1613
following an altercation with an alcalde
ordinario, or civil magistrate, of the Villa de
Santa Fe.

The incident occurred in late June 1613,
when several vecinos, tax-paying citizens of the
Villa de Santa Fe, went out to La Ciénega,
described as being four leagues from Santa Fe,
to brand cattle. It was there that Simón Pérez
de Bustillo, a supporter of the friars, and Juan
de Escarramad, an alcalde ordinario of the Villa
de Santa Fe and supporter of Peralta y Aloque,
exchanged heated words that led to the
drawing of swords. In the ensuing scuffle,
Escarramad was injured.

The precise role of Alonso Varela and his
relatives in the incident is not clear from the
original record.

1616
1616
Age 40
Ciudad de México, Reino de México, Reino de Nueva España
1617
1617
Age 41
Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1643
July 21, 1643
Age 67
Santa Fé, Provincia de Nuevo México, Reino de Nueva España
1990
April 25, 1990
Age 67
April 25, 1990
Age 67