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Wikipedia ... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atotonilco_El_Grande ... Atotonilco El Grande ... History ... There isn't too much information about the history of Atotonilco el Grande, but it is estimated that in pre-Columbian times, this area of the state of Hidalgo was occupied by Teotihuacanos. This groups settled around Atotonilco from approximately 200 B.C. ... Among other historical data of this place takes place after the Spanish conquest. The first who lived in this population was Don Pedro Paz, son of Don Francisco Nuñez and Doña Ines de la Paz; he was appointed the same encomendero, but received an annual tribute of corn, wheat, and money, whose amount was $5,500.00; Who, at his death, he was succeeded by his wife Dona Francisca Ferrer, who in her second nuptials married Don Pedro Gomez de Casares, the son of the conqueror Andres de Tapia, who was captain under the orders of Cortes.
Archivo General de Indias ... https://www.archivesportaleurope.net/ead-display/-/ead/pl/aicode/ES-41091-AGI10/type/fa/id/ES-AGI-41091-UD-1916099/unitid/ES-AGI-41091-UD-1916099+-+ES-AGI-41091-UD-125952 ... Proceso criminal formado en la Audiencia de México contra Pedro Gómez de Cáceres, cómplice en la rebelión de Nueva España.