Cde. Nuño Pérez de Lara

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About Cde. Nuño Pérez de Lara

Nuño Perez de Lara (* c. 1110 + 1177)

Padre: Pedro Gonzalez de Lara (* c. 1080 )

Madre: Eva Pérez de Traba (* c. 1100)

Matrimonios: Teresa Fernandes de Trava * c. 1120

Hijos

Álvaro Nuñez de Lara cc Urraca Diaz de Haro

Gonzalo Nuñez de Lara, señor de Lara cc María Díaz de Haro

Fernando Nuñez de Lara, señor de Jerez * 1160 cc Maior Garcez de Aza

Teresa de Lara cc Fernando de León

Maior de Lara cc Rodrigo Gonzalez Girón

Elvira Muñoz de Lara cc Fernando Rodriguez de Castro

Cargos: Porta-estandartes - 1146 a 1155

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http://www.euskalnet.net/laviana/gen_hispanas/lara.htm

http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/SPANISH%20NOBILITY%20LATER%20MEDIEVAL.htm#FernandoNunezdied1217


don NUÑO Pérez de Lara, son of don PEDRO González de Lara & his wife doña Eva --- (-killed Cuenca 3 Aug 1177, bur Perales, Cistercian Abbey). “Comes Malricus…cum fratribus et sororibus nostris Albar Petriz et Nun Petriz, comitissa domna Elvira, Mari Petriz, Milia Petriz” conferred rights on San Juan de Tardajos by charter dated 31 Jan 1147[1061]. Alférez of Alfonso VII King of Castile Mar 1145 to 4 Feb 1155. "Aldefonsus…tocius Hyspanie imperator…cum uxore mea imperatrice domna Rica et…filiis meis Sanctio et Ferrando regibus" donated property to the abbey of Silos by charter dated 28 Oct 1155, confirmed by "…Nunnus Petriz tenens Montor…"[1062]. Conde 11 Mar 1162. The Annales Compostellani record the capture in 1177 of Cuenca and the death there “III Non Aug” of “Comes Nunius”[1063]. The Anales Toledanos record the death in Jun 1177 of “el Conde D. Nuño”[1064].

m (before 1147) as her first husband, doña TERESA Fernández de Traba, daughter of don FERNANDO de Traba Conde de Trastámara [& his wife doña Sancha González] ([1130/35]-León 7 Feb 1180, bur León, monastery of San Isidoro). According to Barton[1065], doña Teresa was don Fernando's illegitimate daughter by his mistress Queen Teresa of Portugal. This appears to be based only on the early 17th century work by Prudencio de Sandoval which records a donation dated 1131 by “la condesa Loba” to the monastery of San Martín de Joyba which names “comes Fredenandus Petri filius comitis Petri…cum filia mea nata regina dona Tereyxa”[1066]. As noted below, it is likely that Queen Teresa was beyond child-bearing age when she started her relationship with Fernando Pérez de Traba. Another difficulty is the fact that Teresa gave birth to her children by King Fernando in [1178/80]. It is unlikely therefore that she was born earlier than [1130/35]. Queen Teresa, however, died in 1130, by which time she would definitely have been beyond child-bearing age. If this estimated birth date of Teresa is correct, it is likely that she was one of Fernando´s youngest children. Teresa became the mistress of don Fernando II King of León in [1178] and married him as his second wife in Aug 1179.

Nuño & his wife had seven children:

1. don ÁLVARO Núñez de Lara (before 1147-Toro 1219, bur Uclés). Alférez of Alfonso VIII King of Castile 31 Aug 1199 to 12 Sep 1201 and 23 Sep 1208 to 6 May 1217. Mayordomo mayor of Alfonso IX King of Leon 28 May 1217 to 16 Jul 1218. Señor de Lara, Lerma y Pancorbo. Conde 1215. m doña URRACA Díaz de Haro, daughter of don DIEGO López Conde de Haro, Señor Soberano de Vizcaya & his second wife doña Toda Pérez de Azagra. The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of don Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós names “doña Urraca Diaz de Cañas” as a daughter of “Diego Lopez el bueno” and his second wife, and that she married “el conde don Alvaro de Lara”[1067]. The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of don Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós records that “la condesa doña Urraca” married secondly “don Diaz Ximenez señor de los Cameros”[1068], but until further corroboration comes to light it is assumed that there is confusion with her sister Mencía. Mistress (1): TERESA Gil de Osorno, daughter of ---. Álvaro & his wife had one child:

a) don RODRIGO Álvarez de Lara .

Álvaro had four illegitimate children by Mistress (1):

b) FERNANDO . m TERESA Rodríguez de Villalobos.

c) GONZALO .

d) RODRIGO .

e) NUÑO .

2. don FERNANDO Núñez de Lara (-Marrakesh 1217, bur Santa María de Puente Fitero). Alférez of Alfonso VIII King of Castile 8 Jul 1187 to 28 Jul 1188 and 11 Dec 1201 to 23 Oct 1205. Señor de Castrogeriz. He was exiled and forced to take refuge in Morocco. m (before 1203) doña MAYOR González, daughter of conde don GONZALO Rodríguez de Bureba & his wife [do%C3%B1a Estefanía López] (-after 1232, bur Santa María de Fitero). Fernando & his wife had five children:

a) don ÁLVARO Fernández de Lara (-1239). Señor de Lara. m ([1236]) as her first husband, doña MARÍA Alfonso de León, illegitimate daughter of don ALFONSO IX King of León & his mistress doña Teresa Gil de Soverosa ([1222]-after 1252). She was the mistress of her nephew the future don Alfonso X King of Castile [1240]. She married secondly ([after 1240]) as his second wife, don Suero Arias de Valladares “Sarraça”. Álvaro & his wife had [two] children:

i) [don RODRIGO Álvarez de Lara .] Señor de Alcalá. m doña SANCHA Díaz, daughter of ---. Rodrigo & his wife had one child:

(a) doña SANCHA Rodríguez de Lara . m don PEDRO Álvarez de Asturias Señor de Noreña, son of don ÁLVARO Diáz de Asturias & his wife doña Teresa Pérez Girón (-Valladolid 25 Oct 1286). Mayordomo of don Sancho IV King of Castile 20 Apr 1285 to 15 Oct 1286.

ii) doña TERESA Álvarez de Lara. The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of don Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós records that “don Diego Lopez de Salcedo” married “doña Alvarez, hija de don Alvar Fernandez, podestade”[1069]. m don DIEGO López de Haro, illegitimate son of don LOPE Díaz de Haro Señor Soberano de Vizcaya, Señor de Haro & his mistress ---. Adelantado mayor de Guipuzcoa.

b) don FERNANDO Fernández .

c) doña SANCHA Fernández. The De Rebus Hispaniæ of Rodericus Ximenes records the marriage of "Ferdinandum", third son of "Aldefonsum" & his wife, and "Sanciam filiam Comitis Ferdinandi"[1070]. m (early 1242) Infante dom FERNANDO de Portugal, Senhor de Serpa e Lamego, son of dom AFONSO II "o Gordo" King of Portugal & his wife Infanta doña Urraca de Castilla (Summer 1217-19 Jan 1246).

d) doña BENITA Fernández. m as his first wife, PONCE [IV] Conde de Ampurias, son of HUG [IV] Conde de Ampurias & his wife doña María de Vilademuls Señora de Vilademuls. 1269.

e) doña TERESA Fernández. m (before 1242) as his second wife, her sister's husband, PONCE [IV] Conde de Ampurias, son of HUG [IV] Conde de Ampurias & his wife doña María de Vilademuls Señora de Vilademuls. 1269.

3. don GONZALO Núñez de Lara (-after 1225). Conde 1216. Alférez of don Alfonso IX King of Leon 27 Sep 1220. Señor de Belorado. Governor in Monterroso, Toroño and Trastámara. m firstly (1201 or before) doña JIMENA Menéndez, daughter of ---. m secondly doña MARÍA Díaz de Haro, daughter of don DIEGO López Conde de Haro, Señor Soberano de Vizcaya & his second wife doña Toda Pérez de Azagra. The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of don Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós names “la condesa doña Maria” as a daughter of “Diego Lopez el bueno” and his second wife, and that she married “el Conde don Gonzalo de Lara…hermano de…conde don Alvaro”[1071]. Gonzalo & his second wife had three children:

a) don NUÑO González (-killed in battle 1275).

- see below.

b) doña LEONOR González. m RODRIGO Guerau de Castro [de Cabrera] Señor de Cigales, son of GUERAU [IV] Ponce Señor de Cabrera & his wife doña Eilo Pérez de Castro (-1259).

c) doña TERESA González ([1220]-1246). The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of don Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós names “doña Teresa Gonzalez de Lara, hermana de don Nuño Gonzalez el bueno” as mother of “doña Juana, hija del infante don Alonso de Molina”[1072]. m (1244) as his second wife, Infante don ALFONSO de León Señor de Molina, son of don ALFONSO IX King of León & his second wife Infanta doña Berenguela de Castilla (Autumn 1202-Salamanca 6 Jan 1272, bur Ciudad Real, castle of Calatrava-la-Nueva).

4. doña LEONOR Núñez de Lara .

5. doña SANCHA Núñez de Lara (-1210). The Gestis Comitum Barcinonensium records the marriage of "filium [=Raimundi Berengarii quarti]…Sancium" and "Sanciam filiam Nunii comitis ex Castella"[1073]. m as his second wife, Infante don SANCHO de Aragón Comte de Roussillon et de Cerdanya, son of RAMÓN BERENGUER IV Conde de Barcelona & his wife doña Petronilla Queen of Aragon ([1161]-1226). He succeeded his brother in 1181 as Comte de Provence, but was deprived of the county in 1185. He was Regent and Procurator General of Aragon 1214 until 1218, when he resigned.

6. doña TERESA Núñez de Lara .

7. doña MARÍA Núñez de Lara (-after 19 Aug 1197). “La condesa Sancha Núñez y su hermana María” witnessed a charter dated 19 Aug 1197 under which “Urraca y Sancha Ordóñez” donated property[1074]. Abbess of Perales.




Guzmán

De acuerdo al conocido tratadista don Francisco Piferrer, los orígenes del linaje Guzmán resultan un tanto oscuros, lo que se acrecienta cuanto el apellido a estudiar es tanto más antiguo y noble.

Esto lleva, en ocasiones, a una falta de solidez, al verse precisado el investigador a recurrir a meras conjeturas. Viene todo esto a colación, de acuerdo a lo expuesto por el tratadista anteriormente citado, puesto que en este caso se da en los cinco principales solares castellanos, Lara, Haro, Castro, Guzmán y Villamayor, cuyos primitivos progenitores no son fáciles de designar.

Ciñéndonos al linaje de los Guzmán, encontramos que unos pretenden que descienden de los Duques de Bretaña, por medio de un caballero llamado Goodman o Gudman, que significa, en inglés, "buen hombre", el cual fue un ricohombre en el reinado de don Fernando I, y fundó la torre de Guzmán, cerca del lugar de Roa, en el obispado de Osma.

Otros indican que no es así, sino que Guzmán proviene de Flavio Gundemaro, vigesimoprimero rey godo de España, que murió en Toledo, en el año 612, y otros, hacen subir el origen de este linaje a tiempos aún más remotos.

Pero dejando aparte todo lo anterior, que, como acertadamente indica Piferrer no dejan de ser meras conjeturas, habrá que referirse a lo históricamente comprobado: Don Rui Núñez, un ricohombre que vivió en el siglo XII, fue el primero que tomó el apellido Guzmán, por ser el Señor de la referida Torre de Guzmán, cerca de Roa.

Y si bien, algunos de sus ancestros ya tenían el Señorío de esta torre, no habían tomado el nombre, porque ya decimos que hasta finales del siglo XII no se empieza a hablar de él. Don Rui contrajo matrimonio con doña Gozo González de Lara y tuvo por hijos a Alvar, o Alvaro, quien no dejó sucesión, a don Pedro, a través del cual se continuó la varonía de esta casa, y a don Félix, que casó con doña Juana de Aza, y de cuyo matrimonio nació Santo Domingo de Guzmán.

ARMAS:

Escudo flanqueado: Jefe y punta de azur, una caldera de oro jaquelada de gules, con seis cabezas de sierpe en cada asa; flancos de plata, cinco armiños de sable en aspa o sotuer.

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Señor de Guzmán, Ricohombre de Castilla (Charlín)