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COLONIAL RESIDENTS OF PERU

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  • Manuela Yriarte (deceased)
  • Manuel Maria Yriarte (1756 - 1854)
    RELATIONSHIP NOT CONFIRMED! POSSIBLE ANCESTOR ONLY BASED ON YRIARTE MARRIED TO FIGUEROA AT RIGHT TIME IN RIGHT PLACE Name: Manuel Yriarte Gender: Male Burial Date: 17 Feb 1854 Burial Place: Lima, Lim...
  • Gregoria Basualdo Arias (deceased)
    Groom's Name: Josef Andres Dias Garrido Groom's Birthplace: Granada Bride's Name: Gregoria Basualdo Bride's Birthplace: Yca Marriage Date: 03 Jan 1791 Marriage Place: San Jerónimo, Ica, Ica, Per...
  • Josef Andres Dias Garrido (deceased)
    Josef Andres Dias Garrido Groom's Birthplace: Granada : Bride's Name: Gregoria Basualdo Bride's Birthplace: Yca Marriage Date: 03 Jan 1791 Marriage Place: San Jerónimo, Ica, Ica, Peru Groom's Fa...

250 Years of Colonists of New Castile aka the Viceroyalty of Peru from 1532 to 1781

Listing who can be proven to have arrived or to have been born in what is now Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, or Uruguay between 1500 and 1781.

After the Spanish conquest of Peru (1532–37), the first Audiencia was constituted. In 1542, the Spanish created the Viceroyalty of New Castile, that shortly afterwards would be called the Viceroyalty of Peru. In 1544, Holy Roman Emperor Charles V (King Charles I of Spain) named Blasco Núñez Vela Peru's first viceroy, but the viceroyalty was not organized until the arrival of Viceroy Francisco de Toledo in 1572.