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Munio (Nuño) Rodríguez, "Canis"

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Son of Rodrigo Nuñez de León and N Sancha de Ribargoza
Husband of Inderquina Froilaz
Father of Nuña Fernández; Nuño Muñoz (Nuñez) and Rodrigo Moniz

Occupation: Señor de Castrojeriz
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About Munio (Nuño) Rodríguez, "Canis"

don MUNIO Rodríguez "Canis", son of --- . 992/1020. He founded the monastery of Cartavio[1148]. His five children and their spouses are shown in Salazar Acha[1149], without sources noted.

m doña ANDERQUINA Fróilaz, daughter of conde don FROILA Vélaz & his second wife doña Eilo ---.

Munio & his wife had five children:

1. don MUNIO Muñoz . A charter at Corias names “Munio Munionis comes, filius comitis Munionis Roderici cognomento Canis” when recording that he founded “monasterium Carauia”[1150]. Conde. "…Munio Munionis comes…" subscribed the charter dated 1 Mar 1028 under which "Tarasia proles Ueremudi principis et xristi ancilla" donated property in León to Santiago de Compostela, for the soul of "genitricis mee dive memorie dne. Giloire regine"[1151]. "…Muninus Muniz…" subscribed the charter dated 15 Nov 1028 under which "Ueremudus proles Adefonsi principis et Geluire regine" donated "villam meam…Cordario que fuit avorum et parentum meorum Menendi et dne Tote" to Santiago de Compostela[1152]. m firstly JIMENA Muñoz, daughter of MUNIO [Fernández] de Somedo & his wife [Jimena ---]. A charter at Corias records that “Munio Munionis comes, filius comitis Munionis Roderici cognomento Canis” married firstly “filiam comitis Munionis de Somedo…Xemena Moniz”[1153]. m secondly doña MUNIADOMNA Jiménez, daughter of don JIMENO Jiménez & his wife doña Aragonta [Pinioliz]. A charter at Corias records that “Munio Munionis comes, filius comitis Munionis Roderici cognomento Canis” married secondly “cometissam Mumadompnam Xemeni, sororem comitis Pinioli”[1154]. Munio & his first wife had one child:

a) JIMENA Muñoz . A charter at Corias names “Xemena Moniz” as the daughter of “Munio Munionis comes, filius comitis Munionis Roderici cognomento Canis” and his wife “filiam comitis Munionis de Somedo…Xemena Moniz”, adding that Jimena Muñoz had “duabus filiabus…Velasquide Moniz, Maiori Moniz…filie Munionis Roderici comitis”[1155]. m MUNIO Rodríguez, son of ---. Munio & his wife had two children:

i) VELASQUITA Muñoz . A charter at Corias names “duabus filiabus…Velasquide Moniz, Maiori Moniz…filie Munionis Roderici comitis” as the children of “Xemena Moniz” daughter of “Munio Munionis comes, filius comitis Munionis Roderici cognomento Canis”[1156].

ii) MAYOR Muñoz . A charter at Corias names “duabus filiabus…Velasquide Moniz, Maiori Moniz…filie Munionis Roderici comitis” as the children of “Xemena Moniz” daughter of “Munio Munionis comes, filius comitis Munionis Roderici cognomento Canis”[1157].

Munio & his second wife had one child:

b) VELASQUITA Muñoz . A charter at Corias records that “Munio Munionis comes, filius comitis Munionis Roderici cognomento Canis” had one daughter “Velasquida Moniz” by his wife “cometissam Mumadompnam Xemeni, sororem comitis Pinioli” but that she predeceased her mother[1158].

2. [doña ALDONZA Muñoz (-after [1065]). “El conde Piñolo y la condesa Aldonza” bought property “la mitad de Veiga de Meredo” from “Auria Pinioliz” by charter dated 1026[1159]. “Los condes Piñolo Jiménez y Aldonza Muñoz” donated property to the monastery of San Juan de Corias by charter dated 1044[1160]. “La condesa Aldonza” exchanged property with the monastery of San Juan de Corias by charter dated 1052[1161]. “La condesa Aldonza” built the monastery of “San Martín de Mántara, junto al río Poleiana” and donated it to the monastery of San Juan de Corias by charter dated 1054[1162]. “La condesa Aldonza” donated property “la vila de Palacio que había comprador a Felix Sarraciniz” to the monastery of San Juan de Corias by charter dated [1065][1163]. “Rodrigo Moñiz, hijo del conde Munio Rodriguez” exchanged property “la villa de Villa Cagin por otras Vilas en Figueras y en Adralés” with “la condesa Aldonza” by charter dated [1065][1164]. There are two possibilities for her parentage. Salazar Acha shows Aldonza Muñoz, wife of Piñolo Jiménez, as the daughter of conde Munio Rodríguez & his wife condesa Anderquina Fróilaz, but he does not note the sources on which this is based[1165]. However, this last charter dated [1065] in which Aldonza is named suggests a different parentage which, if correct, could mean that she was doña Aldonza Muñoz, daughter of conde Munio Rodríguez & his wife Adosinda “Razel”. m conde don PIÑOLO Jiménez, son of don JIMENO Jiménez & his wife doña Aragonta [Pinioliz] (-22 May 1049, bur San Juan de Corias).]

3. doña MAYOR Muñoz . m conde don MUNIO Fernández, son of ----.

4. doña EILO Muñoz . m conde don GONZALO Muñoz, son of ---.

5. doña ELVIRA Muñoz . m conde don FERNANDO Núñez, son of ---.

in: ASTURIAS, GALICIA, LEON, NOBILITY <http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/SPANISH%20NOBILITY%20EARLY%20MEDIEVAL.htm> _____________________________________________________________________________

Munio Rodriguez ou Rodrigues "Canis" (960 – 1017) Foi um fidalgo e cavaleiro medieval português, tendo sido Senhor de Castrojeriz, actual município da Espanha na província de Burgos, comunidade autónoma de Castela e Leão. [editar] Relações familiares

Foi filho de Rodrigo Nunes e de uma senhora cujo nome a história não regista. Casou com Inderquina Forjaz de quem teve:

  1. Rodrigo Moniz casado com Justa Gondemares, filha de Gondemar Piniolis, conde das Astúrias e de uma senhora cujo nome a história não regista,

In: Wikipédia, a enciclopédia livre. <http://pt.wikipedia.org/wiki/Munio_Rodriguez>

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