VIZCAYA

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INTRODUCTION. 1

Chapter 1.                CONDES en ÁLAVA. 4

Chapter 2.                SEÑORES en GUIPÚZCOA. 20

Chapter 3.                SEÑORES de VIZCAYA [1050]-1342, SEÑORES de HARO. 20

Chapter 4.                SEÑORES de VIZCAYA (CASTILLA) 1326-1370. 51

 

 

 

 

INTRODUCTION

 

 

The medieval señorío of Vizcaya corresponded approximately with the present-day Spanish province of the same name, which is one of the three provinces which comprise the Basque Autonomous Region.  According to Llorente[1], the first señores de Vizcaya were (in order): Lope “Zuria” [=el Blanco] (end-9th century), his son Munio López (also called Manso, early 10th century), his son Lope Muñoz (named in 939, and present with Fernando González Conde de Castilla at the battle of Hacinas), his son Munio López (whom he identifies as the husband of Velasquita de Navarra, end 10th century), his son Lope Muñoz (no references, his name reconstituted from patronymics), and the latter´s son Íñigo López “Ezquerra” (whom he identifies as Íñigo López who died in [1077], see below).  Llorente does not cite the primary sources which confirm the existence of these individuals and the relationships between them which he proposes.  His hypothesis appears based on the assumption that the señorío de Vizcaya was hereditary within the same family during the 9th to 11th centuries, but this seems far from certain if it can be compared with the other señoríos in the kingdom of Navarre during the same period.  In any case, it seems unlikely that the same family would have held power in Vizcaya throughout this period given the changes in suzerainty which the territory experienced, as discussed further below.  Llorente also catalogues various later works which trace the supposed origin of Lope “Zuria”[2].  Amongst these, the mid-14th century Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos states that "un…hermano del Rey de Inglaterra, expulso de allá…From" arrived in Vizcaya with "Fortun Froes su hijo" who was installed as señor by "en Asturias el Conde D. Moniño", to whom tribute of "una vaca, un buey i un cavallo blancos" had been paid by Vizcaya annually, payment of which was henceforth refused by "From"[3].  Lope García de Salazar, writing his Crónica de Vizcaya in 1454, recorded that “Jaun Zuria” (=el señor blanco) was the first señor de Vizcaya and that he was conceived in Scotland by the king´s daughter who had been exiled there by her father and born in Mundaca or, alternatively, that his mother was the sister of the Scottish king who settled in Mundaca, his father being named Munio[4].  The extent to which all these persons, it is assumed that all these individuals, cited only in these later sources, were fictitious. 

 

Llorente states that the first of his named rulers in Vizcaya, Lope Zuria, was the vassal of Alfonso III King of León and that the suzerain of his supposed son and successor Munio López was Fernando González Conde de Castilla[5].  Vizcaya was eventually consolidated with the kingdom of Navarre in the 1030s after Sancho III King of Navarre assumed control over Castile and large parts of León. 

 

Only two references have so far been identified, in the primary sources which have been consulted, which link named individuals to Vizcaya during the 9th to early 11th centuries.  The first is the Codex de Roda which names "domni Momi comitis Bizcahiensis" when recording his marriage to Velasquita, daughter of Sancho I García King of Navarre[6].  This does not specify Munio´s patronymic, and other sources appear to indicate that it may have been Velaz not López as stated by Llorente.  In addition, “Munio Velaz” is recorded in the cartulario of Valpuesta as Conde de Álava not Vizcaya[7].  The second reference is the charter of Leire monastery dated 13 Aug 1043 which is subscribed by “…Senior Eneco Lopiz de Bizcaia…[8].  He is also named later in the cartularies of Leire and Santa María la Real de Nájera (see below).  The dating of these first two references show that it is improbable, as suggested by Llorente, that Conde Munio who is named in the first entry was the grandfather of Íñigo who is named in the second.  In addition, a charter of Leire monastery dated 1042 is subscribed by “…Senior Lope Bellakiz et senior Galindo Bellakiz et senior Enneco Lopiz, confirmans…[9], the linking of the three names within the same phrase suggesting a family relationship between them.  The suggestion is that Íñigo López was the son of Lope Velásquez, named in this charter, and not the son of a hypothetical “Lope Munioz”. 

 

By the last quarter of the 11th century, Vizcaya was once again under the control of Castile, as shown by the dating clause of the 1076 charter of Íñigo López which names "regnante rege Adefonso in omni Yspania", referring to Alfonso VI King of Castile.  It should, however, be recalled that this year marked the beginning of the eclipse of the kingdom of Navarre, after King Sancho V was murdered and replaced by the king of Aragon on the Navarrese throne.  It is possible therefore that the king of Castile stepped in to claim jurisdiction over Vizcaya, as the primary source documentation shows was the case with the previously Navarrese señorío of Nájera.  A charter dated 1091 confirms that Alfonso VI King of Castile was suzerain of Conde Lope Iñíguez, son of Conde Íñigo López, and accords him the title "Aldefonsus imperator tocius Castelle et Toleto necnon et Nazare seu Alave"[10]

 

Another question relates to the extent of the autonomy, and possible sovereign status, enjoyed by the señores de Vizcaya.  Íñigo López (who died in [1077]) is named "senior…de Bizcaya" in sources dated between 1043 and 1047.  Charters dated between 1064 and 1074 name him as señor de Nájera.  In 1076, he was named "Sennor Enneco Lopez…tocius Vizcahie comes".  His son Lope Iñíguez is named "dominante Bizcahia et Ipuzcoa et Alava" in 1082 and "domno…in Alava in Bizcahia" in 1088.  Diego Iñíguez, son of Íñigo López, is named "dominante in Nagera et in Grannone" in 1110, and Diego´s son Lope Díaz (who died in 1170) is named "dominante Naieram" in a document dated 1162, but none of the documents so far found name either Diego or Lope in relation to Vizcaya.  No further references to "dominante" have been found applied to their descendants.  In the mid-13th century, use of the term "señor de Vizcaya" is found more frequently in primary sources, although after that time the family is normally referred to in relation to the señorío de Haro, which must have been considered more important by contemporaries.  Throughout this time-frame, no reference has been found in any contemporary documentation to indicate that the señores de Vizcaya called themselves "señor soberano de Vizcaya", which is the term frequently found in modern works dealing with the family and which implies a great deal more independence of action than is reflected in the primary sources.  In fact, the titles attributed to the family are no different from those used by other powerful noble families in the kingdom of Castile and León, as can be seen in the document CASTILE & LEON NOBILITY (1).  The señorío of Vizcaya passed by marriage to the descendants of a younger son of Alfonso X King of Castile in [1290]. 

 

The family of the señores de Vizcaya is treated in detail by Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós, illegitimate son of Diniz King of Portugal, in his Nobiliario, written in the mid-14th century, although the details of the early generations are suspect[11]

 

 

 

Chapter 1.    CONDES en ÁLAVA

 

 

The county of Álava was located west of the kingdom of Pamplona/Navarre and east of the county of Castile, stretching from the northern Spanish coast southwards inland to north of Logroño.  The area is referred during Visigothic rule in the Iberian peninsular: the Iohannis Abbatis Biclarensis Chronica records that "Leovigildus rex" occupied "partem Vasconiæ" and founded “civitatem...Victoriacum” [Victoriaco], dated to [581][12].  The anonymous Akhbar al-Majmua (Collection of Anecdotes, translated into Spanish in the mid-19th century by Lafuente as "Ajbar Machmua" and dated by him to the 11th century, although dated to [940] by Chalmeta[13]) records that the Muslims, led by "Okba ben Al-Hachaeh" [Uqba bin al-Hajaj al-Saluli, governor of Muslim Spain from [728]], conquered “Galicia, Álava y Pamplona” with the exception of “la sierra en la cual había refugiado con 300 hombres un rey llamado Belay [Pelayo]”[14].  Muslim domination of the area did not last long, as the Chronicle of Alfonso III records Álava among the areas settled during the reign of Alfonso I King of Asturias[15].  Relations between the kingdom of Asturias and the Basques remained tense, as the same source states that King Fruela I (son of Alfonso I) "overcame the rebellious Basques and took for himself a wife from their territory named Munia" (see below)[16]During the 9th century, the county of Álava appears to have included all the territory which today includes the provinces of Vizcaya and Álava in the Basque autonomous region of Spain, north of the area controlled by the Banu Qasi.  The first recorded count in Álava is Vela Jiménez, recorded between [866] and [883], the latter report being in the context of a Muslim invasion of the area. 

 

 

1.         OVECO --- ([715/25]-).  No record has been found which refers to Oveco in his personal capacity, except by way of the patronymic of his daughter.  His Basque origin is confirmed by the Chronicle of Alfonso III which states that [his son-in-law] Fruela "overcame the rebellious Basques and took for himself a wife from their territory named Munia"[17].  His name is confirmed by the Sebastiani Chronicon which records the burial of [his son-in-law and daughter] "Froila…cum uxore sua Munia Oveti"[18].  His birth date range is estimated very approximately from the likely birth date of his daughter Munia (see below).  m as her first husband, [de Asturias], daughter of [FRUELA] & his wife --- ([730/35]-).  She married secondly Lope ---.  Her parentage and second marriage are confirmed by Ibn Hayyan who records a campaign in 816 led by “[el] hayib Abd al-Karim ibn Abd al-Wahid ibn Mugit” against “Balask al-Yalasqi señor de Pamplona”, during the course of which “Garsiya ibn Lubb, hijo de la hermana de Barmud, el tío materno de Idfuns...” was killed[19].  This assumes that the phrase “el tío materno de Idfuns” applies to “Garsiya ibn Lubb” not to “Barmud”.  Martínez Díez assumes that “Barmud” was Vermudo I King of Asturias[20].  Her first marriage is confirmed by reading the same text of Ibn Hayyan together with the Sebastiani Chronicon which records the burial of [her daughter by her first marriage and her son-in-law] "Froila…cum uxore sua Munia Oveti" [therefore recording Munia´s patronymic)][21].  This assumes that “Idfuns” in Ibn Hayyan refers to Alfonso II King of Asturias.  It does not necessarily follow from this logic that this person was the daughter of Fruela, father of King Vermudo I: she could alternatively have been the daughter of Fruela´s wife by an earlier marriage.  If she was the daughter of Fruela, she must have been one of his older children, considerably older than King Vermudo.  The dates associated with her two children strongly suggest that Overo was her first husband and Lope her second.  Oveco & his wife had one child:

a)         MUNIA Ovéquiz ([745/50]-[768]).  The Chronicle of Alfonso III states that Fruela "overcame the rebellious Basques and took for himself a wife from their territory named Munia"[22].  Her birth date is estimated from the birth of her son, estimated to [765].  The Sebastiani Chronicon records that "Froila…cum uxore sua Munia Oveti" were buried in 768[23].  Her geographical origin is confirmed more precisely by the Chronicle of Alfonso III which records that [her son] Alfonso, after he was displaced by Maugerato, fled to Álava where he was received by his mother's relatives[24]m FRUELA I King of Asturias, son of ALFONSO I King of Asturias & his wife Ermesinda de Asturias ([740]-murdered Cangas de Onís 768). 

 

 

1.         JIMENO --- ([800/30]-).  His birth date range is estimated assuming that his son was adult when first mentioned as conde.  m ---.  The name of Jimeno´s wife is not known.  Jimeno & his wife had one child: 

a)         VELA Jiménez (-after [883]).  Conde en ÁlavaThe Chronicon de Sampiro records that King Alfonso III captured Álava and that “Eylonem…comes illorum” was taken to Oviedo in chains, dated to [866][25].  The Chronicon Albeldense records that “Didacus filius Ruderici erat comes in Castella” during the reign of Alfonso III King of Asturias, dated to 882, while “Vigila Scemeniz” was “comes in Alava” and attacked Castile and arrived at “castrum...Ponte curbem[26].  The same source records the defence of Álava against Muslim incursions (dated to [883]) and states “era conde de Alava Vela Ximenez” under Alfonso III King of Asturias[27]m ---.  The name of Vela's wife is not known.  Vela & his wife had [two] children: 

i)          [JIMENO Velaz (-after 6 Apr [959]).  Only the patronymic suggests that Jimeno Velaz may have been the son of Vela Jiménez.  Jimeno Velaz signed among the first subscribers of all the charters quoted below.  This indicates that he must have held a position of seniority among the Navarrese nobility and therefore that it was possible that he was the son of a conde.  The chronology, however, is not ideal.  If Vela Jiménez died soon after 882, it is not obvious that he would have had a son who is first mentioned in charters in [952].  "…Eximinus Vigilanus…" subscribed a charter dated 5 Sep [952] for the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[28].  "Garsea Sancionis cum matre mea Tota" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated Sep 957, confirmed by "…Eximinus Beile…"[29].  "Garsea Sancionis rex…cum coniuge mea Tarasia regina" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated Sep 957, confirmed by "Didacus comes, Ranimiro comes, Eximinus Vigilanis, Lope Garseanis"[30].  "Garsea Sancionis rex…cum genitrice mea Tota regina" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 6 Apr [959], confirmed by "…Furtunius Garseanis, Eximinus Vigilanis, Lope Garseanis…"[31].] 

ii)         [MUNIO Velaz (-after 919)Conde en ÁlavaThe dating clause of a charter of the monastery of Valpuesta dated 18 May 919 names “comite Monnio Uigilazi in Alaba[32].  Salazar Acha suggests the Munio Velaz Conde de Álava was the same person as a hypothetical “Nuño Velaz” who, he suggests, was the ancestor of the Vela family (see ASTURIAS, GALICIA, LEON NOBILITY), basing his suggestion on the assumption that his supposed oldest son Vela Núñez was named after his paternal grandfather[33].  From a chronological point of view, this hypothesis does not appear consistent with the suggested co-identity of Munio Velaz Conde en Álava with Munio Conde de Vizcaya, as the known children of the latter by his wife Velasquita would have been many years younger than the supposed children of this “Nuño Velaz”.  same person as…?  MUNIO (-before 931)Conde de Vizcaya: The Codex de Roda names "domni Momi comitis Bizcahiensis" when recording his marriage[34].  The source, however, does not specify his patronymic.  It is therefore not certain that it refers to the same Conde Munio who was recorded earlier as conde de Álava.  However, the title conde was granted infrequently during this period and no reference has yet been found to another Conde Munio in the early 10th century.  Given that the title was granted on a personal basis without territorial qualification, it is not impossible that the same nobleman may have held land in both Álava and Vizcaya and therefore that he could be described as conde in both territories in different primary sources.  According to Llorente, Munio Conde de Vizcaya was the same person as Munio López[35].  However, in his commentary he states (without citing his primary source) that Munio López inherited the county of Vizcaya after his father was killed in battle, dating the event to 939.  Assuming that this date is correct, this co-identity does not appear possible in view of the second and third marriages of his wife Velasquita which are recorded in other sources.  m (after 923) as her first husband, VELASQUITA de Navarra, daughter of SANCHO I García King of Navarre & his second wife Toda Aznárez.  The Codex de Roda names "Garsea rex et domna Onneca et domna Sanzia et domna Urraca…domna Belasquita, necnon et domna Orbita" as the children of "Sanzio Garseanis" and his wife "Tota Asnari", stating that Velasquita married "domni Momi comitis Bizcahiensis", secondly "domni Galindi filium Uernardi comitis et domne Tute" and thirdly "Furtunio Galindonis"[36].  The patronymic of Velasquita´s first husband is not named in this source.  As noted above, it is not certain therefore that he was the same person as Munio Velaz.  She married secondly ([930]) Galindo de Ribagorza, and thirdly Fortún Galíndez Señor en Nájera.  Munio & his wife had four children: 

(1)       AZNAR Muñoz .  The Codex de Roda names "Azenari Momiz et Lupe Momiz hac Sanzio Momiz et domna Belasquita" as the children of "domni Momi comitis Bizcahiensis" and his wife Velasquita[37].  He and his brothers are named with their mother (and her third husband) at Nájera shortly after 931[38], and are also referred to by Salazar Acha, who says that nothing is known about them[39]

(2)       LOPE Muñoz (-[1015]).  The Codex de Roda names "Azenari Momiz et Lupe Momiz hac Sanzio Momiz et domna Belasquita" as the children of "domni Momi comitis Bizcahiensis" and his wife Velasquita[40]same person as…?  LOPE .  Llorente states that Lope Muñoz was señor de Vizcaya and the father of Íñigo López but cites no primary source in support[41].  This co-identity appears impossible, firstly because a source quoted below suggests that Íñigo López´s father was Lope Velásquez, and secondly because of chronological difficulties, as the death of Iñigo López can be fixed to [1077], far too late for him to have been the son of Lope Muñoz. 

(3)       SANCHO Muñoz .  The Codex de Roda names "Azenari Momiz et Lupe Momiz hac Sanzio Momiz et domna Belasquita" as the children of "domni Momi comitis Bizcahiensis" and his wife Velasquita[42]

(4)       VELASQUITA Muñoz .  The Codex de Roda names "Azenari Momiz et Lupe Momiz hac Sanzio Momiz et domna Belasquita" as the children of "domni Momi comitis Bizcahiensis" and his wife Velasquita[43].

 

 

1.         HERRAMEL --- ([860/70]-).  The family of Herramel is described by Luis Fernández[44].  His birth date is estimated on the assumption that his son was adult when first mentioned.  m ---.  One child: 

a)         ÁLVARO Herraméliz (-after 11 Jan 931).  “…Alvari Ferraneliz…” witnessed the charter dated 21 Oct 923 under which Ordoño II King of León restored the monastery of Santa Coloma in Rioja[45].  He took part in the capture of Nájera and Viguera with Ordoño II King of León[46]Conde en Álava in [926][47].  The dating clause of a charter dated 11 Jan 931, under which the people of Viguera donated property to the monastery of San Martín de Albelda, names "regnante…principe Semeno Garseanis in Pampilona, comes Alvaro Arramelliz in Alava"[48]m ([924]) as her second husband, SANCHA Sánchez de Navarra, widow of ORDOÑO II King of León, daughter of SANCHO I Garces King of Navarre & his second wife Toda Aznárez de Larraún (after 900-[9 Jun 952/26 Dec 955]).  The Codex de Roda names "Garsea rex et domna Onneca et domna Sanzia et domna Urraca…domna Belasquita, necnon et domna Orbita" as the children of "Sanzio Garseanis" and his wife "Tota Asnari", stating that Sancha married "Ordonii imperatoris, postea…Albaro Harramelliz de Alaba, demumque…Fredenando comitis"[49].  She continued to govern the condado of Álava after the death of her husband[50], but married thirdly ([932]) as his first wife, Fernando González Conde de Castilla.  Álvaro & [his wife] had [one child]: 

i)          [HERRAMEL Álvarez ([925/30]-after 24 Dec 988).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified, but the unusual combination of name and patronymic suggest that it is probably correct.  There is no indication of the identity of his mother: he may have been born from an earlier otherwise unrecorded marriage of his father.  “Pelagius...episcopus [bishop of Iria]...et...Trastaloni conversa, et Fredenanda uxor...Garseani et Harramelle Aluariz...cum uxore et filiis meis, et Santia, Asiulfu Lucidi, Uelasco Ueligaz” donated “villa nostra propria et de Garsias Furtuniz...villa de Sancto Iuliano territorio Cauarcos” to Celanova by charter dated 17 Dec 978, confirmed by “Pelagius Yriense...episcopus, Honega prolis Lucidi, Trastaloni conuerse, Fredenanda uxor ipsius Garseani, Harramelle Aluariz...cum uxor et filiis meis, Santia, Asiulfu Lucidi, Uelasco Uelasquiz, Adaulfus abba, Litus abba, Sandino Muniz, Munniu Garsias[51].  Herramel´s family relationships with the other donors, all of whom held interests in the property donated jointly, have not been traced.  “...Harramel Aluariz...” subscribed the charter dated 1 Jan 986 under which Vermudo II King of León confirmed “mandationem in territorio Bubalo, Ablutinos cum Barra” to Celanova[52].  “...Harramelle Aluariz...” subscribed the charter dated 24 Dec 988 under which Vermudo II King of León donated “homines...in Uangueses cum incommuniatos de Cegio” to Celanova[53].] 

-         GALICIA - HERRAMÉLIZ FAMILY

 

 

1.         SARRACINO (-after 921).  "Didaco comite" donated property to the monastery of San Felices de Oca, by charter dated 15 Mar 863, witnessed by "Gomaze, Gogenellu, Sarrazino…"[54].  "Didaco comite" donated property to the monastery of San Felices de Oca, by charter dated 864, witnessed by "Gomaze, Gonellu, Sarrazino…"[55].  “Sarracino” witnessed the (undated, dated to the early 10th century) confirmation by “Gundisalvo Fernandiz comite” of the charter of “Monnio Nunnez et uxor mea Argilo” in favour of Brañosera dated 13 Oct 824[56]m ---.  The name of Sarracino's wife is not known.  Sarracino & his wife had [five] children: 

a)         [LOPE Sarracínez "el Vizcaino" (-killed in battle Hacinas 939).  “Lope Sarracinez” confirmed the 28 Jan [929] donation of Fernando González, later Conde de Castilla, and his mother Muniadomna to the monastery of Santa María de Lara[57]He was recorded in the Crónica General[58].]  m SANCHA Sánchez, daughter of SANCHO Núñez Señor en Durango & his wife Íñiga Aznárez.  Llorente records her parentage and marriage but does not cite the primary source on which it is based[59].  Lope & his wife had [two] children: 

i)          [MUNIO López (-[950]).  Llorente states that he was señor de Vizcaya and records his parentage but does not cite the primary source on which it is based[60].  According to Llorente, Munio López was the same person as Munio Conde de Vizcaya who married Velasquita de Navarra[61].  However, this co-identity does not appear possible in view of the second and third marriages of Munio´s wife Velasquita which are recorded in other sources, and assuming that Llorente correctly reports the dates of death of Munio López´s father and of Munio López himself.  m [ELVIRA Vermúdez, daughter of VERMUDO Laínez & his wife Teresa Núñez.  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Rodrigo Vermuiz, D. Elvira Vermuiz, de que vienen los de Biscaya" as the children of "Vermui Lainez", adding in a later passage that she married "Fortum Froes señor de Biscaya"[62].  Llorente adapts this by recording Elvira Vermúdez but adding that she married Munio López (without citing the primary source on which it is based), assuming that she was Munio´s first wife as he states that his second wife was Velasquita de Navarra[63].  It is uncertain whether Elvira Vermúdez was historical or fictitious.]  Munio & his wife had [two] children: 

(a)       [ÍÑIGO Muñoz (-[990]).  Llorente states that he was señor de Vizcaya and records his parentage but does not cite the primary source on which it is based, although adding that he is named in sources dated from 940 to 972 and that he died childless[64].  The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós names “don Lope Ortiz” as the son of “Frutan Froez” and his wife, adding that he was “con el conde Fernan Gonzalez en la lid de Almanzor” and was father of “don Diego Lopez[65].  The Nobiliario proceeds by identifying this person as the father of “Iñiguez Guerra señor de Vizcaya”.  All these references demonstrate how confused and unreliable are the reports concerning the early señores de Vizcaya.] 

(b)       [MUNIA Muñoz .  Llorente records her parentage and marriage but does not cite the primary source on which it is based, although citing a source which confirms that she and her supposed husband were patrons of Sobrado monastery[66]m SIGERICO Díaz, son of DIEGO Suárez & his wife Urraca González.]  

ii)         [LOPA López .  Llorente records her parentage and marriage but does not cite the primary source on which it is based[67].  "Monnio Nequetiz et uxor mea domna Lopa" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 956, which names "meos germanos"[68]m MUNIO Nequétiz, son of ---.] 

b)         [DIEGO Sarracínez (-after [981]).  “Didaco Sarracinez…Didaco Sarracinez, Sarracin Sarracinez, Bella Saracinez” confirmed the 15 Mar 942 donation of Fernando González Conde de Castilla to the monastery of San Pedro de Berlingas[69], their adjacent names suggesting a close relationship between them.  It is assumed that the two subscribers named Diego Sarracinez refer to the same person as no other Sarracínez family has been identified in the sources at this time.  "Fredinando comes…cum uxore mea…Sancia cometissa" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 944, confirmed by "…Didaco Sarraziniz, Alvaro Sarraziniz…"[70].  "Fredinando comes…cum uxore mea Sancia" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 4 Aug 947, confirmed by "…Didaco Sarraziniz…Alvaro Sarraziniz…Sarrazini Alvaroz…"[71]981.] 

c)         [SARRACINO Sarracínez (-after 15 Mar 942).  “Didaco Sarracinez…Didaco Sarracinez, Sarracin Sarracinez, Bella Saracinez” confirmed the 15 Mar 942 donation of Fernando González Conde de Castilla to the monastery of San Pedro de Berlingas[72], their adjacent names suggesting a close relationship between them.]  m ---.  The name of Sarracino's wife is not known.  Sarracino & his wife had three children:

i)          NUÑO Sarracínez .  He subscribed a charter of Sancho I King of León in 960[73].  "Fortunius Garseani" donated property to the monastery of Sahagún by charter dated 20 Jan 962, confirmed by "…Nunnu Sarrazinz…"[74]m GUDIGEVA, daughter of ---.  Nuño & his wife had one child: 

(a)       [GUDIGEVA .  She was the daughter or granddaughter of conde Nuño Sarracínez and his wife Gudigeva[75].  She and her husband are named in her son's donation to the monastery of San Antolín[76]m PEDRO Muñoz, son of MUNIO Fernández Conde de Astorga & his wife Elvira Fróilaz (-after 19 Aug 1022).] 

ii)         EITA Sarracínez (-after 988).  "Giloira Ranimiri principis filia" donated property to the monastery of Sahagún by charter dated 4 Apr 970, confirmed by "…Eita Sarraceni…"[77].  He subscribed a charter of Vermudo King of León in 988, together with Rodrigo Sarracínez and Sarracino Siliz[78]

iii)        RODRIGO Sarracínez (-after 988).  He subscribed a charter of Vermudo King of León in 988, together with Rodrigo Sarracínez and Sarracino Siliz[79]

d)         [VELA Sarracínez (-after 15 Mar 942).  “Didaco Sarracinez…Didaco Sarracinez, Sarracin Sarracinez, Bella Saracinez” confirmed the 15 Mar 942 donation of Fernando González Conde de Castilla to the monastery of San Pedro de Berlingas[80], their adjacent names suggesting a close relationship between them.] 

e)         [ÁLVARO Sarracínez (-after 4 Aug 947).  "Fredinando comes…cum uxore mea…Sancia cometissa" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 944, confirmed by "…Didaco Sarraziniz, Alvaro Sarraziniz…"[81].  "Fredinando Gondissalvez…comes totius Castelle…cum coniux mea Sancia cometissa" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 28 Jan 945, confirmed by "…Alvaro Sarrazinez…"[82].  "Fredinando comes…cum uxore mea Sancia" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 4 Aug 947, confirmed by "…Didaco Sarraziniz…Alvaro Sarraziniz…Sarrazini Alvaroz…"[83]m ---.  The name of Álvaro´s wife is not known.  Álvaro & his wife had one child:

i)          [SARRACINO Álvarez (-after 4 Aug 947).  "Fredinando comes…cum uxore mea Sancia" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 4 Aug 947, confirmed by "…Didaco Sarraziniz…Alvaro Sarraziniz…Sarrazini Alvaroz…"[84].]  m ---.  The name of Sarracino's wife is not known.  Sarracino & his wife had [three] children:

(a)       [ÁLVARO Sarracínez (-1012 or after).  "Garcia…comes" confirmed a donation to the monastery of San Miguel de Pedroso by charter dated 979, confirmed by "…Alvaro Sarrazinez…"[85]Señor en Murielles (a division of Álava).  The dating clause of a charter dated 984, which records the judgment of "rex Sancio", names "regnante Sancio rex in Pampilona, comite Lupe Sarrazinez in Divina, Aurivita Didacoz in Estivaliz, Alvaro Sarraziniz in Murielles…"[86].  "Alvaro Sarraciniz in Murielles" is named in the dating clause of a charter dated 984 of the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[87]Señor en Álava.  "Alvaro Sarraziniz in Alava" is named in the dating clause of a charter dated 988 of the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[88].  The dating clause of a charter dated 988, under "Oveco Ferruci de Salinas et Munnio Ferruci" offered themselves to Santa María de Arce, names "regnante rex Vermudis in Legione et comite Garsia Fedinandiz et cometissa domna Ava in Castella, Alvaro Sarraziniz in Alava"[89].  990, 995, 1012. 

(b)       [LOPE Sarracínez (-[984/84]).  Only the shared patronymic and the favourable chronology suggests that Lope Sarracínez may have been the brother of Álvaro Sarracínez, although no other references to this patronymic have been found in Navarre at this time.  “…Lupe Sarracinez…” subscribed a charter dated 13 Nov 972 of the monastery of Santa María Real de Nájera[90].  “…Lupe Sarracinez…” subscribed a charter dated 30 Nov 972 of the monastery of Santa María Real de Nájera[91]CondeSeñor en Divina (a division of Álava).  The dating clause of a charter dated 984, which records the judgment of "rex Sancio", names "regnante Sancio rex in Pampilona, comite Lupe Sarrazinez in Divina, Aurivita Didacoz in Estivaliz, Alvaro Sarraziniz in Murielles…"[92].  It is probable that he died before 988 as he is not named with his supposed brother Álvaro in a charter of that date.]    

(c)       [GONZALO Sarracínez .  Only the shared patronymic and the favourable chronology suggests that Gonzalo Sarracínez may have been the brother of Álvaro Sarracínez, although no other references to this patronymic have been found in Navarre at this time.  “Gundisalvo Sarracinez” witnessed the (undated) confirmation by “Sancio Garcianez comes” of the charter of “Monnio Nunnez et uxor mea Argilo” in favour of Brañosera dated 13 Oct 824[93].] 

 

 

1.         GONZALO --- ([940/55]-).  His birth date range is estimated arbitrarily on the assumption that his son Munio was 30 years old when first mentioned.  m ---.  The name of Gonzalo´s wife is not known.  Gonzalo & his wife had one child: 

a)         MUNIO González (-after 1047)Torres suggests that Munio González in Álava was the same person as Munio González, brother of Salvador González[94]If correct, this would mean that the entries quoted in this section applied to two different persons named Munio González (the chronology suggests that the González brothers were still young adults in the late 1020s/early 1030s).  However, the entries in question when read together provide a coherent career pattern of a single person.  Señor en ÁlavaConde.  "Senior Garsea Fortunionis…cum consortia mea domna Tota" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1 Apr 1013, signed by "…comes Monio Gonzalvez Alavensis…"[95].  "Sancio rex…cum coniuge mea Mumadonna regina" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 13 Apr 1030, confirmed by "…Munnio Gundissalviz comite…"[96].  "Sancius…Ispaniarum rex" reformed the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 14 May 1030, confirmed by "…consul Munio Gundissalvi…"[97].  “…Domno Munio Guldesalbiz de Alaba…” and “…comite Munio Gundisaluiz…” subscribed charters dated 1042, 13 Aug 1043 and 1047 for Leire monastery[98]m ---.  The name of Munio's wife is not known.  Munio & his wife had [one possible child]: 

i)          [MUNIO Muñoz (-after 29 May 1053).  No direct proof has been found that Munio Muñoz was the son of Munio González but the common reference to the señorío of Álava suggests that this is probably correct.  Señor en ÁlavaConde.  “…Sennor Munio Munionis Alvense comitis…” subscribed a charter dated 25 Mar 1042 for Santa María la Real de Nájera[99]"…Sennor Munio Munionis Alvense comitis…" subscribed a charter dated 9 Apr 1045 for the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[100].  “Senior Munio Munioz” subscribed a charter dated 26 Dec 1046 of Santa María la Real de Nájera[101].  "Garsea…rex…cum coniux mea Stephania…regina" donated property to the monastery of San Martín de Albelda by charter dated [1 Nov] 1048, confirmed by "…Munio Munioz comite Alavensis"[102].  “Munnio Munioz comes…” subscribed a charter of Valpuesta dated 1048[103].  "Garsea rex et…Stephania regina" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 29 May 1053, confirmed by "…comite Munnio Munnioz…"[104]m [TODA Fortúnez, daughter of FORTÚN & his wife ---.  “Domna Angelo Munioz” donated “ecclesiam Sancti Martini de Pangua” to Santa María la Real de Nájera, for the souls of “patris mei Monio Muniz et matris mee Tota Fortuniz…”, by charter dated 6 Jul 1113[105].  As noted below, it is not certain that Angela Muñoz, whose mother was Toda Fortúnez, was the daughter of Conde Munio Muñoz.  Angela´s 6 Jul 1113 charter does not accord her father the title conde, although no other nobleman named Munio Muñoz has yet been identified in Navarre during this period.]  Munio & his wife had one child: 

(1)       [ANGELA Muñoz (-after 6 Jul 1113).  “Domna Angelo Munioz” donated “ecclesiam Sancti Martini de Pangua” to Santa María la Real de Nájera, for the souls of “patris mei Monio Muniz et matris mee Tota Fortuniz et mariti mei Sancii Fortunioniz et filii mei Fortuni Sancii et filie mei Tota Sancii”, by charter dated 6 Jul 1113, which also names “Maria Lupiz” as wife of “filius meus Fortunius Sancii”, the text suggesting that the couple were childless when the charter was written[106].  It is not certain that Angela was the daughter of Conde Munio Muñoz.  Her 6 Jul 1113 charter does not accord her father the title conde, although no other nobleman named Munio Muñoz has yet been identified in Navarre during this period.  m SANCHO Fortúnez, son of --- (-[before 6 Jul 1113]).] 

 

 

1.         ÍÑIGO --- ([980/95]-).  His birth date range is estimated arbitrarily on the assumption that his son Fortún was 30 years old when first mentioned.  m ---.  The name of Íñigo´s wife is not known.  Íñigo & his wife had one child: 

a)         FORTÚN Iñíguez (-after 31 May 1045).  García V King of Navarre donated property to Leire monastery by charter dated 1042, confirmed by “…senior Fortunio Enecones…[107].  "Senior Didaco Monnioz et uxor mea domna Elo, simul sobrinis meis Didaco Gondissalvez Sancioque et sua uxor Momedonna" donated the monastery of San Clemente de Rivarredonda to San Millán by charter dated to [1042], subscribed by “…sennor Fortun Ennecoz[108].  "…Sennor Fortun Ennecoz" subscribed the charter dated 31 May 1045 under which García V King of Navarre donated property to the monastery of San Millán, signing last which may indicate junior status in the hierarchy of Navarrese nobility[109]Señor en Álava.  García V King of Navarre donated property to Santa María Real de Nájera by charter dated 2 Nov 1044, confirmed by “…senior Fortunionis Eneconnis de Alava…[110]

 

 

1.         ÁLVARO ([980/1000]-).  His birth date is estimated approximately on the assumption that his son Gonzalo was aged 30 when first named in 1051.  m ---.  The name of Álvaro´s wife is not known.  Álvaro & his wife had [three] children: 

a)         GONZALO Álvarez (-after 20 Mar 1065)"Sennor Ranimiri Sancio, sennor Munnio Munnioz, sennor Marcelle, sennor Alvaro Munnioz, sennor Gundisalvo Alvaroz et frater eius Alvaro Alvarez..." witnessed the charter dated 6 Jan 1051 under which “domno Munnio presbiter de Heredia” exchanged property in Álava with “domno Garcia presbiter et Vigila” and donated the property to San Millán de la Cogolla[111]"...Sennor Bella Monnioz, sennor Fortun Sanchez, sennor Marcelle, sennor Rannimiri sanchiz, senior Gundissalvo Alvarez" confirmed the charter dated 28 Apr 1060 under which “senior Tello Monnioz” returned the monastery of San Pelayo de Cellorigo to San Millán de la Cogolla[112]Conde: "Comes Gondesalbo Albarez...cum uxore mea domna Guntroda cometissa" donated “palatium in villa...Nave de Albura” to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter 20 Mar 1065, which also records that “domna Urraca...senior Albaro Gondisalbiz” donated property in the same place, and that “senior Harramelli Gondisalbiz et uxor mea domna Leguntia et meam socram domna Eximina” donated property in the same place referring to “ratione de mea cogermana domna Goto”, confirmed by “Sancius rex...senior Gondesalbo Albarez...[113]m GONTRODA, daughter of --- (-after 20 Mar 1065).  "Comes Gondesalbo Albarez...cum uxore mea domna Guntroda cometissa" donated “palatium in villa...Nave de Albura” to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter 20 Mar 1065, which also records that “domna Urraca...senior Albaro Gondisalbiz” donated property in the same place, and that “senior Harramelli Gondisalbiz et uxor mea domna Leguntia et meam socram domna Eximina” donated property in the same place referring to “ratione de mea cogermana domna Goto”, confirmed by “Sancius rex...senior Gondesalbo Albarez...[114].  Gonzalo & his wife had [three children]: 

i)          [ÁLVARO González (-after 23 May 1070).  "Comes Gondesalbo Albarez...cum uxore mea domna Guntroda cometissa" donated “palatium in villa...Nave de Albura” to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter 20 Mar 1065, which also records that “domna Urraca...senior Albaro Gondisalbiz” donated property in the same place, and that “senior Harramelli Gondisalbiz et uxor mea domna Leguntia et meam socram domna Eximina” donated property in the same place referring to “ratione de mea cogermana domna Goto”, confirmed by “Sancius rex...senior Gondesalbo Albarez...[115]"Domna Leguntia” donated various properties including “in Nave de Albura”, defining them in relation to property donated by “senior Alvaro Gonzalvez” and property bought from “domna Goto Rodriz”, to San Millán de la Cogolla, with “senior Harramelli Gondessalviz et sennor Scemeno Gonzalviz et sennor Monnio Alvarez et sennor Gonzalvo Harrameli” acting as fiduciaries, by charter dated 23 May 1070[116]same person as...?  ÁLVARO González (-after 12 Apr 1074).  "Senior Alvaro Gondissalviz de Guinea" donated the monastery of Santa María de Mardones “et in territorio de Alava mea ratione de Aldonio” to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 12 Apr 1074[117]same person as...?  ÁLVARO González .  "...Sennor Alvaro Gundissalvo de Zovano..." acted as fiduciary under the charter dated 1076 under which “senior Furtun Gundissalviz de Albiniz” donated property in Mindíjur to San Millán de la Cogolla[118].] 

ii)         [HERRAMEL González (-after 23 May 1070).  "Comes Gondesalbo Albarez...cum uxore mea domna Guntroda cometissa" donated “palatium in villa...Nave de Albura” to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter 20 Mar 1065, which also records that “domna Urraca...senior Albaro Gondisalbiz” donated property in the same place, and that “senior Harramelli Gondisalbiz et uxor mea domna Leguntia et meam socram domna Eximina” donated property in the same place referring to “ratione de mea cogermana domna Goto”, confirmed by “Sancius rex...senior Gondesalbo Albarez...[119]"Domna Leguntia” donated various properties including “in Nave de Albura”, defining them in relation to property donated by “senior Alvaro Gonzalvez” and property bought from “domna Goto Rodriz”, to San Millán de la Cogolla, with “senior Harramelli Gondessalviz et sennor Scemeno Gonzalviz et sennor Monnio Alvarez et sennor Gonzalvo Harrameli” acting as fiduciaries, by charter dated 23 May 1070[120].]  m LEGONCIA ---, daughter of --- & his wife Jimena ---.  "Comes Gondesalbo Albarez...cum uxore mea domna Guntroda cometissa" donated “palatium in villa...Nave de Albura” to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter 20 Mar 1065, which also records that “domna Urraca...senior Albaro Gondisalbiz” donated property in the same place, and that “senior Harramelli Gondisalbiz et uxor mea domna Leguntia et meam socram domna Eximina” donated property in the same place referring to “ratione de mea cogermana domna Goto”, confirmed by “Sancius rex...senior Gondesalbo Albarez...[121].  Herramel & his wife had one child: 

(a)       GONZALO Herraméliz"Domna Leguntia” donated various properties including “in Nave de Albura”, defining them in relation to property donated by “senior Alvaro Gonzalvez” and property bought from “domna Goto Rodriz”, to San Millán de la Cogolla, with “senior Harramelli Gondessalviz et sennor Scemeno Gonzalviz et sennor Monnio Alvarez et sennor Gonzalvo Harrameli” acting as fiduciaries, by charter dated 23 May 1070[122]

iii)        [JIMENO González (-after 23 May 1070).  "Domna Leguntia” donated various properties including “in Nave de Albura”, defining them in relation to property donated by “senior Alvaro Gonzalvez” and property bought from “domna Goto Rodriz”, to San Millán de la Cogolla, with “senior Harramelli Gondessalviz et sennor Scemeno Gonzalviz et sennor Monnio Alvarez et sennor Gonzalvo Harrameli” acting as fiduciaries, by charter dated 23 May 1070[123].] 

iv)       [LEGONCIA (-after 23 May 1070).  "Domna Leguntia” donated various properties including “in Nave de Albura”, defining them in relation to property donated by “senior Alvaro Gonzalvez” and property bought from “domna Goto Rodriz”, to San Millán de la Cogolla, with “senior Harramelli Gondessalviz et sennor Scemeno Gonzalviz et sennor Monnio Alvarez et sennor Gonzalvo Harrameli” acting as fiduciaries, by charter dated 23 May 1070[124].  It does not appear that the donor in this charter was the same person as the wife of Herramel González who is named above as the donor does not name Herramel as her husband in the document.  Another person is that she was the sister of the presumed brothers Álvaro and Herramel.  same person as...?  LEGONCIA González (-after 24 Apr 1079)If, as suggested above, Legoncia who was the donor under the charter dated 23 May 1070, was the daughter of Conde Gonzalo Álvarez, she may have been the same person as the wife of the other Gonzalo Álvarez who is named below.  Senior Gondessalvo Alvarez et uxor mea domna Leguntia Gondessalvit” commended themselves to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, promising a donation of property in Zambrana, by charter dated 24 Apr 1079[125]m GONZALO Álvarez, son of ÁLVARO --- & his wife --- (-after 24 Apr 1070).] 

b)         ÁLVARO Álvarez (-after 6 Jan 1051).  "Sennor Ranimiri Sancio, sennor Munnio Munnioz, sennor Marcelle, sennor Alvaro Munnioz, sennor Gundisalvo Alvaroz et frater eius Alvaro Alvarez..." witnessed the charter dated 6 Jan 1051 under which “domno Munnio presbiter de Heredia” exchanged property in Álava with “domno Garcia presbiter et Vigila” and donated the property to San Millán de la Cogolla[126]

c)         [URRACA (-after 20 Mar 1065).  "Comes Gondesalbo Albarez...cum uxore mea domna Guntroda cometissa" donated “palatium in villa...Nave de Albura” to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter 20 Mar 1065, which also records that “domna Urraca...senior Albaro Gondisalbiz” donated property in the same place, and that “senior Harramelli Gondisalbiz et uxor mea domna Leguntia et meam socram domna Eximina” donated property in the same place referring to “ratione de mea cogermana domna Goto”, confirmed by “Sancius rex...senior Gondesalbo Albarez...[127].  No confirmation has been found that Urraca was the sister of the main donor, but this appears probable.] 

 

 

It has been suggested that Gonzalo Álvarez, shown below, was the same person as Gonzalo Álvarez who is recorded in Castile/Burgos.  This co-identity is indicated because of the common name and patronymic and also because of their similar age.  However, Zambrana (“Cembrana” in the charter quoted below) is located south-east of Miranda de Ebro, in the present-day Spanish province of Álava.  This is east of San Millán de Cogolla, whereas the other locations in connection with which the other Gonzalo Álvarez is named are to its west in the county of Castile, near Burgos.  It is possible, therefore, that there were two different persons named Gonzalo Álvarez.  This is suggested also because of the apparent connections between Gonzalo Álvarez of Castile/Burgos and a set of [four] brothers, related to the family of Gonzalo Salvadórez, who are shown in the document ASTURIAS, CASTILLA, GALICIA, LEÓN NOBILITY.  It should also be noted that the names of two of the sons of Gonzalo Álvarez in Zambrana are typically Navarrese (“Lope” and “Jimeno”) are not found in the supposed family of Gonzalo Álvarez in Castile/Burgos, in which no “Martín” has been found either.  This hypothesis of two (if not three, see above) different persons named Gonzalo Álvarez appears corroborated by the charters which are recorded below.

 

1.         ÁLVARO ([990/1010]-).  His birth date is estimated approximately on the assumption that his son Gonzalo was aged 30 when first named in 1065.  m ---.  The name of Álvaro´s wife is not known.  Álvaro & his wife had [three] children:

a)         GONZALO Álvarez (-after 27 Oct [1068]).  "Comes Gondesalbo Albarez...cum uxore mea domna Guntroda cometissa" donated “palatium in villa...Nave de Albura” to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter 20 Mar 1065, which also records that “domna Urraca...senior Albaro Gondisalbiz” donated property in the same place, and that “senior Harramelli Gondisalbiz et uxor mea domna Leguntia et meam socram domna Eximina” donated property in the same place referring to “ratione de mea cogermana domna Goto”, confirmed by “Sancius rex...senior Gondesalbo Albarez...[128].  It appears from this document that the confirmant was a different person from the main donor of the same name.  "...Sennor Gonzalvo Alvarez...sennor Garcia Alvaroz..." confirmed the charter dated 1065 under which King Sancho IV King of Navarre donated the monastery of San Martín in Nave de Albura to San Millán de la Cogolla[129]Señor en Marañón.  “…Senior Guldessaluo Albaroiz in Marainone…” witnessed the charter dated 27 Oct [1068] under which Sancho IV King of Navarre granted “la villa de Aldunate” to “senior Eximino Garceiz[130].  The reference to the señorío de Marañón suggest that Gonzalo Álvarez was closely related to Marcelo (see below).  same person as...?  GONZALO Álvarez (-after 24 Apr 1079).  “Senior Gondessalvo Alvarez et uxor mea domna Leguntia Gondessalvit” commended themselves to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, promising a donation of property in Zambrana, by charter dated 24 Apr 1079, confirmed by “sennor Lope Gondissalviz, sennor Martin Gondessalvez, sennor Eximino Gondessalvez, sennor Didaco Gondessalvez, Nunno Gondessalviz[131]m LEGONCIA González, daughter of GONZALO --- & his wife --- (-after 24 Apr 1079).  “Senior Gondessalvo Alvarez et uxor mea domna Leguntia Gondessalvit” commended themselves to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, promising a donation of property in Zambrana, by charter dated 24 Apr 1079[132].  Gonzalo & his wife had five children: 

i)          LOPE González (-before 1121).  “Senior Gondessalvo Alvarez et uxor mea domna Leguntia Gondessalvit” commended themselves to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, promising a donation of property in Zambrana, by charter dated 24 Apr 1079, confirmed by “sennor Lope Gondissalviz, sennor Martin Gondessalvez, sennor Eximino Gondessalvez, sennor Didaco Gondessalvez, Nunno Gondessalviz[133].  The document does not specify that the confirmants were the couple´s children but this appears probable from the context.  "…Sennor Lope Gondessalvez, senior Martin Gondessalvez, sennor Fernando Gondissalvez…sennor Nunno Gundessalvez…" confirmed the charter dated 17 Aug 1082 under which "Lupe Enneconis…prolis de comite Enneco Lupiz, dominante Bizcahia et Ipuzcua et Alava…cum consocia mea domna Ticlo" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[134]Señor en Álava: "…Comite Garcia obtinente Nagera et Calahorra…senior Lope Sanxox obtinente Mena et Ayala, senior Didaco Sanxox obtinente Castella usque Tetega, senior Lope Gonzalvez obtinente Alava" are named in the dating clause of a charter dated 20 Nov 1085 under which the bishop of Nájera consecrated the church of San Pedro de Llodio[135]Conde.  "…Comite domno Garsea, comite domno Lupe, Lope Sanchiz, Didaco Sanchiz, Lope Gonzalvez…" confirmed the charter dated 21 Jul 1087 under which Alfonso VI King of Castile granted rights to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[136]...Comes Lupus Alavensis...” witnessed the charter dated 1 May 1092 under which Alfonso VI King of Castile confirmed the prohibition of the entry of women into Valvanera[137]"Domna Tecla cometissa…cum filiis meis" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo by charter dated 1093, which names "domnus meus Lupus comes et eius pater Enneco Lopez" and is confirmed by "Didaco Lupez et frater meus Sancio Lupez et meus cognatus senior Gundissalvez Lupe et domna Tota et dompna Sancia et domna Tarasia, meis sororibus"[138].  It is assumed that “meus cognatus” in this charter reflects that Lope was the donor´s son-in-law and that there was no blood relationship between the two.  A charter dated 1106 names “Senior Lope Gonzalvez dominante Estivalez…senior Didaco Sanchez dominante Divina[139], demonstrating that Álava was divided between two governors by that date.  m TODA López, daughter of conde LOPE Iñíguez Señor de Vizcaya & his wife Tecla Díaz (-1 Dec 1121, bur Santa María Real de Nájera).  "Domna Tecla cometissa…cum filiis meis" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo by charter dated 1093, which names "domnus meus Lupus comes et eius pater Enneco Lopez" and is confirmed by "Didaco Lupez et frater meus Sancio Lupez et meus cognatus senior Gundissalvez Lupe et domna Tota et dompna Sancia et domna Tarasia, meis sororibus"[140]"Filiis meis Didaco, Sancie et filia Tota et Santia et Taresa" confirmed the donation by "Tecla comitissa filia Didaco Albaroyz" for the soul of "comitis de Lupi de Alaua et Bizcaya mariti mei" by charter dated Jan 1094[141].  "Domna Ticlo cometissa" chose to be buried in the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1104, naming "meus pater Didaco Alvarez", and witnessed by "filios meos…Tota Lopez, Sancia Lopez, Didaco Lopez, Sancio Lopez, Teresa Lopez…"[142].  “Tota Lopiz cum filia mea Maria Lopiz” donated property “nostrum hereditatem…iuxta Angustiana…Sotihori” to Santa María la Real de Nájera, for the souls of “parentum nostrorum Lupi comitis et Tecle comitisse et Lupi Gonsalvez”, by charter dated 1121, witnessed by “Didago Lopiz meo germano y sua uxor Maria Sancii, senior Garcia Lopiz de Galinero cum sua uxore Goda Lopiz[143].  The Annales Compostellani record the death “Kal Dec” in 1121 of “Tota Lopez, filia Lupi Comitis de Viscaya[144].  Lope & his wife had [three or more] children:

(1)       sons (-after 1106).  “Nos filii de seniore Lope Gonzalvez” donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1106, which names “Tota Lopez uxor eius[145]

(2)       MARÍA López (-after 1121).  “Tota Lopiz cum filia mea Maria Lopiz” donated property “nostrum hereditatem…iuxta Angustiana…Sotihori” to Santa María la Real de Nájera, for the souls of “parentum nostrorum Lupi comitis et Tecle comitisse et Lupi Gonsalvez”, by charter dated 1121[146].  “Maria Lopiz” donated numerous properties “en pueblos de Álava, Navarra y la Rioja” to Santa María la Real de Nájera, for the souls of “patris et matris mee Lupi Gonzalvez et Tote Lopiz”, by charter dated 1138, which specifies that her mother was buried in the monastery[147]

ii)         MARTÍN González (-after 17 Aug 1082).  “Senior Gondessalvo Alvarez et uxor mea domna Leguntia Gondessalvit” commended themselves to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, promising a donation of property in Zambrana, by charter dated 24 Apr 1079, confirmed by “sennor Lope Gondissalviz, sennor Martin Gondessalvez, sennor Eximino Gondessalvez, sennor Didaco Gondessalvez, Nunno Gondessalviz[148].  The document does not specify that the confirmants were the couple´s children but this appears probable from the context.  "…Sennor Lope Gondessalvez, senior Martin Gondessalvez, sennor Fernando Gondissalvez…sennor Nunno Gundessalvez…" confirmed the charter dated 17 Aug 1082 under which "Lupe Enneconis…prolis de comite Enneco Lupiz, dominante Bizcahia et Ipuzcua et Alava…cum consocia mea domna Ticlo" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[149]

iii)        JIMENO González (-after 24 Apr 1079).  “Senior Gondessalvo Alvarez et uxor mea domna Leguntia Gondessalvit” commended themselves to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, promising a donation of property in Zambrana, by charter dated 24 Apr 1079, confirmed by “sennor Lope Gondissalviz, sennor Martin Gondessalvez, sennor Eximino Gondessalvez, sennor Didaco Gondessalvez, Nunno Gondessalviz[150].  The document does not specify that the confirmants were the couple´s children but this appears probable from the context. 

iv)       DIEGO González (-after 24 Apr 1079).  “Senior Gondessalvo Alvarez et uxor mea domna Leguntia Gondessalvit” commended themselves to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, promising a donation of property in Zambrana, by charter dated 24 Apr 1079, confirmed by “sennor Lope Gondissalviz, sennor Martin Gondessalvez, sennor Eximino Gondessalvez, sennor Didaco Gondessalvez, Nunno Gondessalviz[151].  The document does not specify that the confirmants were the couple´s children but this appears probable from the context. 

v)        NUÑO González (-after 17 Aug 1082).  “Senior Gondessalvo Alvarez et uxor mea domna Leguntia Gondessalvit” commended themselves to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, promising a donation of property in Zambrana, by charter dated 24 Apr 1079, confirmed by “sennor Lope Gondissalviz, sennor Martin Gondessalvez, sennor Eximino Gondessalvez, sennor Didaco Gondessalvez, Nunno Gondessalviz[152].  The document does not specify that the confirmants were the couple´s children but this appears probable from the context.  "…Sennor Lope Gondessalvez, senior Martin Gondessalvez, sennor Fernando Gondissalvez…sennor Nunno Gundessalvez…" confirmed the charter dated 17 Aug 1082 under which "Lupe Enneconis…prolis de comite Enneco Lupiz, dominante Bizcahia et Ipuzcua et Alava…cum consocia mea domna Ticlo" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[153]

b)         [GARCÍA Álvarez (-after 1065).  "...Sennor Gonzalvo Alvarez...sennor Garcia Alvaroz..." confirmed the charter dated 1065 under which King Sancho IV King of Navarre donated the monastery of San Martín in Nave de Albura to San Millán de la Cogolla[154].]

 

 

1.         DIEGO --- .  The names Diego and Álvaro are less common among Navarrese nobility than in Asturias and León, where the ancestry of Sancho Fernández should presumably be sought.  m ---.  The name of Diego´s wife is not known.  Diego & his wife had one child:

a)         ÁLVARO Díaz “Marcelo” (-[17 Apr/3 Jul] 1072)The nobleman who is named “don Marcelo” is identified as Álvaro Díaz by Fortún Pérez de Ciriza[155].  His name is confirmed in the patronymic of his children referred to in several sources quoted below.  The primary source which confirms his own patronymic has not yet been identified.  The origin of his surname “Marcelo” has not yet been ascertained.  If this identity is correct, it would be chronologically compatible for him to have been Álvaro Díaz, son of Diego Álvarez de Asturias & his wife ---, who is named in the charter dated 8 Dec 1029 under which "Senior Didaco Alvarez de Asturias" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, confirmed by "filiis meis Alvaro Didaco et Beila Didaco…"[156].  The origin of his surname “Marcelo” has not yet been ascertained.  “…Sennor dompno Marcelle…” subscribed two charters for San Millán de la Cogolla dated 14 Mar 1046 and 17 Feb 1050[157]Señor en Marañón.  “…Senior domno Marcelle dominator Maranione…” witnessed a donation of Sancho IV King of Navarre to Irache by charter dated 7 Feb 1063, signing second in the list of subscribers which suggests his seniority at court at the time[158].  “Senior Marzellus in Marainone…” is named in the dating clause of a charter dated 9 Feb 1063 of Sancho IV King of Navarre, first after the bishops which indicates his position of prominence[159].  “…Dompnus Marcellus dominans Maranione…” subscribed a charter dated 13 Feb 1063[160].  “Senior Sancho Fortunez” donated “monasterio…de San Miguel de Arendo” to the monastery of San Prudencio by charter dated 11 Apr 1063, subscribed by “…señor domno Marcelo en Maranon[161].  "Sancio…rex" donated property to the bishop of Nájera by charter dated 13 Dec 1063, confirmed by "…senior domno Marcelle dominator Maranione…"[162].  “…Senior domno Marcelle, dominator Maranione…” witnessed the charter dated 22 Jan [1064] under which Sancho IV King of Navarre granted property to “seniori Furtunio Acenariz et coniugi tue domna Auria[163].  “…Senior domno Marcelle dominator Maranione…”  witnessed the charter dated 15 Jun 1064 under which “Senior Garcia Scemenones…cum coniux mea domina Mencia” donated property to Leire, signing first among the lay subscribers[164]Señor en Álava.  “Seniore domino Marcelle in Alaua…” is named in the dating clause of a charter dated 27 Nov 1064 under which “Senior Eximino Garceiz et germanus meus senior Lope Garceiz vel germana nostra domina Sancia” donated property to Leire[165].  “Senior don Marcel de Alaua…” witnessed a charter dated 1065 under which “domna Sancha Auriel simulque filia mea Sancia Sancionis” sold properties to Leire[166].  “…Senior dompno Marcelle in Marainione…” witnessed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 25 Jun 1066[167].  The dating clause of a charter dated 1 Nov 1066 under which “domna Tota” donated property to Leire monastery names “…Seniore domno Marcelle in Alaba et Marainione…[168].  “…Senior domno Marcelle in Maranione…” subscribed a charter dated 1068 for Albelda monastery[169].  “…Senior domno Marcello, Marainone…” witnessed a charter for Irache dated 1070[170].  “Senior Marcellus cum coniuge mea domna Goto necnon et filiis et filiabus nostris” donated the church of San Miguel in Ripa, Santa Gemma, Ararrian and one third of Pangua to Leire monastery by charter dated 1071[171].  “…Senior don Marcelle in Granion et in Maranion…” confirmed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 7 Dec 1071[172].  “Senior don Marcelle tenente Maranione…” is named in the dating clause of a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 17 Apr 1072[173].  A charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 3 Jul 1072 records that “in hoc anno obit senior dompno Marcelle[174]m ANDREGOTO Galíndez, daughter of GALINDO --- & his wife --- (-after [1108]).  “Senior dompno Marcelle et domina Andregoto uxor mea” donated property “su heredad de Arrariain” to Leire monastery by charter dated 1066[175].  “Senior Marcellus cum coniuge mea domna Goto necnon et filiis et filiabus nostris” donated the church of San Miguel in Ripa, Santa Gemma, Ararrian and one third of Pangua to Leire monastery by charter dated 1071[176].  “…Senior don Marcelle in Granion et in Maranion…” confirmed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 7 Dec 1071[177].  “Dompna Godo” donated the monastery of Santa María de Rotezno to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1087, confirmed by “filios meos Monnio Alvarez, Sancio Alvarez, Didaco Alvarez, Furtun Alvarez[178].  Her parentage is confirmed by the charter dated to [1095] under which “Godo Galindez et filiis meis Fortun Albarez et Lope Albarez” donated property to San Millán de la Cogolla[179].  According to Llorente, she was the sister of Íñigo López Señor de Vizcaya but he cites no primary source in support[180].  This appears to be disproved by the previous charter.  Her date of death is set by the charter dated [1108] under which her son “Senior Munio Albaro” donated Berganza monastery to San Miguel de Ripa, which names “mea matre dompna Goto et meo germano senior Didaco Albaroiz, senior Lope Albaroiz, senior Sancio Albaroiz” as “fidiatores[181].  Marcelo & his wife had six children: 

i)          MUNIO Álvarez (-after 6 Jan 1110).  “Dompna Godo” donated the monastery of Santa María de Rotezno to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1087, confirmed by “filios meos Monnio Alvarez, Sancio Alvarez, Didaco Alvarez, Furtun Alvarez[182].  “Senior Munio Albaro” donated Berganza monastery to San Miguel de Ripa, for the soul of “mea germana dompna Sancia”, by charter dated [1108] which names “mea matre dompna Goto et meo germano senior Didaco Albaroiz, senior Lope Albaroiz, senior Sancio Albaroiz” as “fidiatores[183].  “Senior Munio Albaro” recognised that his parents donated the monastery of San Miguel de Ripa to the monastery of Leire and donated his part of the monastery, excepting “de fratre meo Sancio Albaro”, by charter dated 6 Jan 1110, signed by “uxor mea dompna Albira Didez[184]m ELVIRA Díaz, daughter of DIEGO & his wife ---.  “Senior Munio Albaro” recognised that his parents donated the monastery of San Miguel de Ripa to the monastery of Leire and donated his part of the monastery, excepting “de fratre meo Sancio Albaro”, by charter dated 6 Jan 1110, signed by “uxor mea dompna Albira Didez[185].  Munio & his wife had one child: 

(a)       ÁLVARO Muñoz “el Viejo” (-after 1183).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.   Fortún Pérez de Ciriza names Álvaro Muñoz “el Viejo” as grandson of Marcelo and as tenente in Laguardia from 1180-1183[186]

ii)         SANCHO Álvarez (-after 20 Jan 1110).  “Dompna Godo” donated the monastery of Santa María de Rotezno to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1087, confirmed by “filios meos Monnio Alvarez, Sancio Alvarez, Didaco Alvarez, Furtun Alvarez[187].  “Senior Munio Albaro” donated Berganza monastery to San Miguel de Ripa by charter dated [1108] which names “mea matre dompna Goto et meo germano senior Didaco Albaroiz, senior Lope Albaroiz, senior Sancio Albaroiz” as “fidiatores[188]Senior Munio Albaro” recognised that his parents donated the monastery of San Miguel de Ripa to the monastery of Leire and donated his part of the monastery, excepting “de fratre meo Sancio Albaro”, by charter dated 6 Jan 1110, signed by “uxor mea dompna Albira Didez[189].  “Sancius Aluaro de Garissuri” donated property to Leire monastery, for the souls of “patris mei dompno Marcelle et matris mee dompna Goto”, by charter dated 20 Jan 1110[190]

iii)        DIEGO Álvarez (-after 25 Jul 1109).  "…Sennor Furtun Alvarez, sennor Didaco Alvarez, sennor Lope Alvarez…" confirmed the charter dated 17 Aug 1082 under which "Lupe Enneconis…prolis de comite Enneco Lupiz, dominante Bizcahia et Ipuzcua et Alava…cum consocia mea domna Ticlo" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[191].  “Dompna Godo” donated the monastery of Santa María de Rotezno to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1087, confirmed by “filios meos Monnio Alvarez, Sancio Alvarez, Didaco Alvarez, Furtun Alvarez[192].  “Senior Munio Albaro” donated Berganza monastery to San Miguel de Ripa by charter dated [1108] which names “mea matre dompna Goto et meo germano senior Didaco Albaroiz, senior Lope Albaroiz, senior Sancio Albaroiz” as “fidiatores[193].  “Senior Didaco Albaro” confirmed the donation by his (unnamed) parents of San Miguel de Ripa to Leire monastery by charter dated 25 Jul 1109 which names “mea matre dompna Goto et meo germano senior Didaco Albaroiz, senior Lope Albaroiz, senior Sancio Albaroiz” as “fidiatores”, and is signed by “senioris Didaco Albaro, dompna Urracha Scemeroiz, senioris Sanz Lopiz et uxoris sue dompna Goto, qui ambo posuerunt fermes seniorem Munio Albaro, Tota Didaz, Urracha Didaz, Maria Didaz[194]m URRACA Jiménez, daughter of JIMENO --- & his wife ---.  Her marriage is indicated by the charter dated 25 Jul 1109 under which “Senior Didaco Albaro” confirmed the donation by his (unnamed) parents of San Miguel de Ripa to Leire monastery and which is signed by “senioris Didaco Albaro, dompna Urracha Scemeroiz…Tota Didaz, Urracha Didaz, Maria Didaz[195].  Diego & his wife had [four] children: 

(a)       TOTA Díaz (-after 25 Jul 1109).  Her parentage is indicated by the charter dated 25 Jul 1109 under which “Senior Didaco Albaro” confirmed the donation by his (unnamed) parents of San Miguel de Ripa to Leire monastery and which is signed by “senioris Didaco Albaro, dompna Urracha Scemeroiz…Tota Didaz, Urracha Didaz, Maria Didaz[196]

(b)       [TECLA Díaz ([1060 or before]-after 1104).  Tecla Díaz, wife of Lope Iñíguez, was the daughter of a Diego Álvarez, as shown by the charter dated 14 Mar 1079 under which "domna Ticlo, filia de senior Didado Alvarez" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, with the consent of "domno meo comite Lope Ennecones", confirmed by "comite Gundissalvo, sennor Didaco Alvarez pater meus, Martinus Sanchiz…"[197].  Two possible individuals named Diego Álvarez have been identified who could have been her father, firstly Diego Álvarez señor de Oca (see the document ASTURIAS, GALICIA, LEON NOBILITY), secondly Diego Álvarez son of Marcelo.  At first sight, the chronology seems to favour the first possibility.  However, the second case (which is assumed to be correct by Fortún Pérez de Ciriza[198]) is not impossible on the basis of the facts which are currently known.  The validity of this second case depends on confirming the approximate dates of birth of Marcelo´s children, which has not so far been possible.  If it can be assumed that Marcelo´s wife Andregoto was very old when she died, it is possible that their children were born in the late 1030s/1040s, which would be consistent with the wife of Lope Iñíguez being their granddaughter.  However, Marcelo and Andregoto´s other grandson Álvaro Muñoz “el Viejo” was alive in 1183, which seems inconsistent with this theory.  At present there is insufficient information to exclude either possible parentage.  Tecla is therefore shown in both places, until more information comes to light.  "Aldefonsus imperator tocius Castelle et Toleto necnon et Nazare seu Alave" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo, at the request of "comite domno Lope cum coniuge sua domna Ticlo", by charter dated 1091[199].  "Tecla comitissa filia Didaco Albaroyz" donated her property at Villa Farta to Santa Maria de Pamplona for the soul of "comitis de Lupi de Alaua et Bizcaya mariti mei" with the consent of "filiis meis Didaco, Sancie et filia Tota et Santia et Taresa" by charter dated Jan 1094[200].  "Domna Ticlo cometissa" chose to be buried in the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1104, naming "meus pater Didaco Alvarez", and witnessed by "filios meos…Tota Lopez, Sancia Lopez, Didaco Lopez, Sancio Lopez, Teresa Lopez…"[201]m (before 14 Mar 1079) LOPE Iñíguez Señor de Vizcaya, son of ÍÑIGO Lopez "Ezquerra" Conde and Señor de Vizcaya & his wife Toda Fortúnez (-[1093]).] 

(c)       URRACA Díaz (-after 25 Jul 1109).  Her parentage is indicated by the charter dated 25 Jul 1109 under which “Senior Didaco Albaro” confirmed the donation by his (unnamed) parents of San Miguel de Ripa to Leire monastery and which is signed by “senioris Didaco Albaro, dompna Urracha Scemeroiz…Tota Didaz, Urracha Didaz, Maria Didaz[202]

(d)       MARÍA Díaz (-after 25 Jul 1109).  Her parentage is indicated by the charter dated 25 Jul 1109 under which “Senior Didaco Albaro” confirmed the donation by his (unnamed) parents of San Miguel de Ripa to Leire monastery and which is signed by “senioris Didaco Albaro, dompna Urracha Scemeroiz…Tota Didaz, Urracha Didaz, Maria Didaz[203]

iv)       FORTÚN Álvarez (-after [1095]).  "Senior Fortun Albaroz…cum uxore mea domna Tota" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 26 Aug 1078, confirmed by "senior Didaco Albaroz…senior Albaro Didaz…"[204].  "…Sennor Furtun Alvarez, sennor Didaco Alvarez, sennor Lope Alvarez…" confirmed the charter dated 17 Aug 1082 under which "Lupe Enneconis…prolis de comite Enneco Lupiz, dominante Bizcahia et Ipuzcua et Alava…cum consocia mea domna Ticlo" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[205].  “Dompna Godo” donated the monastery of Santa María de Rotezno to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1087, confirmed by “filios meos Monnio Alvarez, Sancio Alvarez, Didaco Alvarez, Furtun Alvarez[206].  [Stabularius at the royal court: “…Stabularius regis Fortuin Albaroiz…” witnessed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 25 Jun 1066[207].]  Señor en Marañón.  “…Senior Fertunio Albaroiz, dominator Maranion…” witnessed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 6 Aug 1072[208].  “Godo Galindez et filiis meis Fortun Albarez et Lope Albarez” donated property to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated to [1095][209]m TODA ---, daughter of --- (-after 26 Aug 1078).  "Senior Fortun Albaroz…cum uxore mea domna Tota" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 26 Aug 1078, confirmed by "senior Didaco Albaroz…senior Albaro Didaz…"[210].  Fortún & his wife had two children: 

(a)       ÍÑIGO Fortúnez (-after 1110).  “Senior Eneco Fortuniones de Beztunica et…soror mea dompna Goto Fortuniones de Berantibilla” confirmed the donation of the monastery of San Miguel de Ripa to Leire monastery by “auus noster senior Marcellus et auia nostra dompna Goto”, by charter dated 1110[211]

(b)       ANDREGOTO Fortúnez (-after 1110).  “Senior Eneco Fortuniones de Beztunica et…soror mea dompna Goto Fortuniones de Berantibilla” confirmed the donation of the monastery of San Miguel de Ripa to Leire monastery by “auus noster senior Marcellus et auia nostra dompna Goto”, by charter dated 1110[212].  “Dompna Andregoto” donated property to the monasteries of Leire and San Miguel de Ripa, for the souls of “senior don Marcelle et…dompna Goto” and their children dead and alive, by charter dated 1110 which records that “domina Sancia filia de don Marcel” donated “monasterio de Berganzu[213]

v)        LOPE Álvarez (-after [1095]).  "…Sennor Furtun Alvarez, sennor Didaco Alvarez, sennor Lope Alvarez…" confirmed the charter dated 17 Aug 1082 under which "Lupe Enneconis…prolis de comite Enneco Lupiz, dominante Bizcahia et Ipuzcua et Alava…cum consocia mea domna Ticlo" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[214].  “Godo Galindez et filiis meis Fortun Albarez et Lope Albarez” donated property to San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated to [1095][215].  “Senior Munio Albaro” donated Berganza monastery to San Miguel de Ripa by charter dated [1108] which names “mea matre dompna Goto et meo germano senior Didaco Albaroiz, senior Lope Albaroiz, senior Sancio Albaroiz” as “fidiatores[216]

vi)       SANCHA Álvarez (-before [1108]).  “Senior Munio Albaro” donated Berganza monastery to San Miguel de Ripa, for the soul of “mea germana dompna Sancia”, by charter dated [1108] which names “mea matre dompna Goto et meo germano senior Didaco Albaroiz, senior Lope Albaroiz, senior Sancio Albaroiz” as “fidiatores[217].  A charter dated 1110, under which “dompna Andregoto” donated property to the monasteries of Leire and San Miguel de Ripa, for the souls of “senior don Marcelle et…dompna Goto” and their children dead and alive, records that “domina Sancia filia de don Marcel” donated “monasterio de Berganzu[218]

 

 

 

 

Chapter 2.    SEÑORES en GUIPÚZCOA

 

 

1.         AZNAR --- .  m ---.  The name of Aznar´s wife is not known.  Aznar & his wife had one child: 

a)         GARCÍA Aznárez (-[1025/48]).  Señor en Guipúzcoa.  “Senior Garcia Azenariz [de Ipuscoa] et domna Gaila” donated the monastery of Ozazabal de Guipúzcoa to San Juan de la Peña de Aragon by charter dated 1025[219]m GAILA, daughter of --- (-[1048/49]).  “Senior Garcia Azenariz et domna Gaila” donated the monastery of Ozazabal de Guipúzcoa to San Juan de la Peña de Aragon by charter dated 1025[220].  “Gaila de Ipuzcoa” donated the monastery of Laquedengo in Pamplona to San Juan de la Peña de Aragon by charter dated 1048[221].  A charter dated 1049 records that “domna Gaila ex regione Ippuzka” donated the monastery of Santa Eufemia, that after she died “filia illius domna Blasquita et senior Sancio Fortunionis suus vir” inherited the control of the monastery[222].  García & his wife had [two] children: 

i)          [AZNAR [García] ([990/1000]-).  His birth date range is estimated arbitrarily on the assumption that his son Vela was 30 years old when first mentioned.  The common references to the señorío de Guipúzcoa suggest that the supposed father of Fortún Aznárez and Vela Aznárez may have been the son of García Aznárez.]  m ---.  The name of Aznar´s wife is not known.  Aznar & his wife had [two] children: 

(a)       [FORTÚN Aznárez (-after 1066).  Señor en Guipúzcoa…Senior Fortun Acenariz de Ipuzcoa…” witnessed the charter dated 1066 under which “Senior dompno Marcelle et domina Andregoto uxor mea” donated property to Leire monastery[223].  “…Senior Fortunio Acenariz, Senior Orbita Acenariz…” witnessed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 1071[224].] 

(b)       VELA Aznárez “Orbita” (-1080).  Señor en Guipuzcoa 1054-1080.  …Senior Orbita Acenariz in Ipuzcoa…” witnessed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 25 Jun 1066[225].  “…Senior Orbita Acenariz in Alaua…” witnessed the charter dated 27 Oct [1068] under which Sancho IV King of Navarre granted “la villa de Aldunate” to “senior Eximino Garceiz[226].  “…Senior Fortunio Acenariz, Senior Orbita Acenariz…” witnessed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 1071[227]m ---.  The name of Vela´s wife is not known.  Vela & his wife had [three] children: 

(1)       [LADRÓN Velaz (-before 1137)Señor en Álavam (after 1115) as her first husband, ELVIRA Ramírez, daughter of RAMIRO Sánchez [de Navarra] Señor de Monzón & his wife Cristina Rodríguez de Vivar (-Jerusalem after 1163).  She made a benefaction to the monks of Oña 18 Feb 1161, shortly before setting out on pilgrimage to Jerusalem[228].  She married secondly (before 1137) conde Rodrigo Gómez de Manzanedo.] 

(2)       ÍÑIGO Velaz (-[1107/23 Apr 1129]).  The primary source which confirms that Íñigo Velaz was the brother of Ladrón Velaz has not yet been identified.  However, the name Ladrón being given to his son suggests a close family connection.  "Petrus Sangiz…Aragonensium et Pampilonensium rex" granted property "villa de Arguiñáriz" to "Senior Didaco Albarez" by charter dated Dec 1099, subscribed by "…senior Enneco Beilaz in Gauri…"[229]Señor en GuipuzcoaSeñor en Echauri

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(3)       [LOPE Velaz (-after 6 Aug 1072).  Stabularius at the royal court: Sancho IV King of Navarre granted “la iglesia de Santa María de Arellano” to “domna Manzia Ortiz” by charter dated 1 Jan 1071, witnessed by “…Senior Lope Begeliz stabularius[230].  “…Senior Lope Ueilaç, stabularius regis…” is named in the dating clause of a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 17 Apr 1072[231].  “…Senior Lope Ueilaz, stabularius…” is named in the dating clause of a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 3 Jul 1072[232].  “…Senior Lope Vigilaiz, stabularius regis” witnessed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 6 Aug 1072[233]

ii)         VELASQUITA García (-after 1049).  Her parentage and marriage are confirmed by a charter dated 1049 which records that “domna Gaila ex regione Ippuzka” donated the monastery of Santa Eufemia, that after she died “filia illius domna Blasquita et senior Sancio Fortunionis suus vir” inherited the control of the monastery[234].  According to Martín Duque, Velasquita´s husband was Sancho Fortúnez Señor en Deyo[235], but the primary source which confirms this has not yet been identified.   If this is correct, her marriage is further confirmed by the charter dated 1095 under which transferred “la heredad de Zulueta”, donated by “condam senior Sanz Fortuniones de Sancto Stephano et uxor sua dompna Blaschita Sancto Salvatori”, to “senior Lain Petriz et uxori tue…Auria Sanz[236].  “Doña Blasquita” donated property in Guipúzcoa to San Juan by charter dated 1084[237]m SANCHO Fortúnez, son of FORTÚN --- & his wife --- (-after 30 Nov 1065). 

 

 

ÍÑIGO Velaz, son of VELA Aznárez “Orbita” & his wife --- (-[1107/23 Apr 1129])The primary source which confirms that Íñigo Velaz was the brother of Ladrón Velaz has not yet been identified.  However, the name Ladrón being given to his son suggests a close family connection.  Señor en Echauri.  The dating clause of the charter dated Feb 1096, under which Pedro I King of Aragon donated serfs to San Miguel de Excelsis, records “...senior Eneco Beilaz in Egauri[238]"Petrus Sangiz…Aragonensium et Pampilonensium rex" granted property "villa de Arguiñáriz" to "Senior Didaco Albarez" by charter dated Dec 1099, subscribed by "…senior Enneco Beilaz in Gauri…"[239]Señor en Guipuzcoa.  "Fortunius de Etunein" donated property to Santa María de Pamplona by charter dated [1100], the dating clause naming "…senior Eneco Bealeiz in Puzcoa et in Essauri…"[240].  "Domina Sancia de Huarte" donated property to the church of Santa María de Pamplona, confirmed by "senior Semeno Fortuniones gener eius", by charter dated [1100] "regnante…comes Santius in Erro et in Tafalia, senior Semeno Fortuniones in Huarte, senior Eneco Beylaz in Echauri"[241].  "Senior Acenar Zuria Fortunionis et domina Sancia Semenones" donated "prado del Maurominio" to Santa María de Pamplona by charter dated 1107, witnessed by "…senior Eneco Beleiz in Ichaure…"[242]

m AUREA Jiménez, daughter of --- (-after 23 Apr 1129).  "Domina Auria Semenoiz" donated property to Santa María de Pamplona, for the soul of "seniore meo Enecho Veliz…mea thia Andregoto Sanoiz et de mea germana Tota Semenoiz", by charter dated 23 Apr 1129, which names "sororis sua Sancie Semenoitz"[243].  "Senior Lope Enneconis de Tessonare" donated "S. Miguel de Excelsis et monasterio de Campáin" to Santa María de Pamplona by charter dated to [1134/50], witnessed by "dompna Auria Semeroiç et comes Latro et dompna Tota Ennechoniz et Semen Açenariç de Zolina et Ennecho filius Lupi Ennechonis et Lope Aceriz de Oriç"[244]

Íñigo & his wife had three children: 

1.         LADRÓN Iñíguez (-[1155]).  The Crónica de San Juan de la Peña names "Don Sancho de la Rosa, vispo de Pamplona, et de Ladron fillo de Ennego Veliz, et de Guillem Aznariz Doteiça, et de Exemen Aznarez de Torres…et Don Ffernan Enneguer Delet" as those who supported the candidature of "el infant Don Garcia fillo de Don Ramiro…" as king of Navarre after the death in 1134 of Alfonso I "el Batallador" King of Aragon and Navarre[245]Conde.  "Senior Lope Enneconis de Tessonare" donated "S. Miguel de Excelsis et monasterio de Campáin" to Santa María de Pamplona by charter dated to [1134/50], witnessed by "dompna Auria Semeroiç et comes Latro et dompna Tota Ennechoniz et Semen Açenariç de Zolina et Ennecho filius Lupi Ennechonis et Lope Aceriz de Oriç"[246].  "Garsias Ranimiriz" confirmed the rights and privileges of the church of Pamplona by charter dated 1135, on the advice of "dompni comitis Latronis, Lupi Enneconis de Tassonar…"[247].  "Adefonsus…Hispaniarum imperator…cum coniuge mea domna Berengaria" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 2 Nov 1137, confirmed by "…comes Latron…"[248].  "Ladrón principe de los Navarros y la condesa doña Teresa su mujer" granted property at "Oñate" to "su hijo Vela Ladrón" by charter dated 1149[249].  “Comes Latron de Navarra seguido por Vela filius eius” confirmed a charter dated 1 Feb 1151 under which Alfonso VII King of Castile granted property to Martín Fernández de Calahorra[250]m TERESA, daughter of --- (-after 1149).  "Ladrón principe de los Navarros y la condesa doña Teresa su mujer" granted property at "Oñate" to "su hijo Vela Ladrón" by charter dated 1149[251]Ladrón & his wife had one child: 

a)         VELA Ladrón (-1174).  "Ladrón principe de los Navarros y la condesa doña Teresa su mujer" granted property at "Oñate" to "su hijo Vela Ladrón" by charter dated 1149[252].  “Comes Latron de Navarra seguido por Vela filius eius” confirmed a charter dated 1 Feb 1151 under which Alfonso VII King of Castile granted property to Martín Fernández de Calahorra[253]Señor en Álava 1155-1174.  m ---.  The name of Vela´s wife is not known.  Vela & his wife had two children: 

i)          JUAN Vela (-after 21 Mar 1181).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.   Señor en Álava 1174-1179.  "…Johannes Uelez de Alaua…" subscribed, for Alfonso VIII King of Castile, the charter dated 21 Mar 1181 which records a peace treaty between King Alfonso VIII and Fernando II King of León[254]m ---.  The name of Juan´s wife is not known.  Juan & his wife had [one child]: 

(a)       [TERESA Yáñez (-after 11 Jan 1224).  Salazar y Castro records her possible parentage and marriage[255].  The testament of "Ferrandus Roderici de Azagra dominus Sanctæ Mariæ Varrachinensis", dated 23 Jul 1193, names "filium meum Petrum Ferrandez quæ habeo de uxore mea doña Tharasia Ioannis"[256]m FERNANDO Ruiz de Azagra Señor de Albarracín, son of RODRIGO de Azagra & his wife Toda --- (-1200).]  

ii)         PEDRO Vela (-1194).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.   Señor en Malvecín 1174.  Señor en Arlucea 1189-1194.  Señor en Aizorroz 1194.  m ---.  The name of Pedro´s wife is not known.  Pedro & his wife had one child: 

(a)       LADRÓN (-1217).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.   Señor en Xabier 1217. 

2.         LOPE Iñíguez (-after [1134/50]).  "Senior Lope Enneconis de Tessonare" donated "S. Miguel de Excelsis et monasterio de Campáin" to Santa María de Pamplona by charter dated to [1134/50], witnessed by "dompna Auria Semeroiç et comes Latro et dompna Tota Ennechoniz et Semen Açenariç de Zolina et Ennecho filius Lupi Ennechonis et Lope Aceriz de Oriç"[257].  "Garsias Ranimiriz" confirmed the rights and privileges of the church of Pamplona by charter dated 1135, on the advice of "dompni comitis Latronis, Lupi Enneconis de Tassonar…"[258]m ---.  The name of Lope's wife is not known.  Lope & his wife had one child: 

a)         ÍÑIGO López .  "Senior Lope Enneconis de Tessonare" donated "S. Miguel de Excelsis et monasterio de Campáin" to Santa María de Pamplona by charter dated to [1134/50], witnessed by "dompna Auria Semeroiç et comes Latro et dompna Tota Ennechoniz et Semen Açenariç de Zolina et Ennecho filius Lupi Ennechonis et Lope Aceriz de Oriç"[259]

3.         TODA Iñíguez (-after [1134/50]).  "Senior Lope Enneconis de Tessonare" donated "S. Miguel de Excelsis et monasterio de Campáin" to Santa María de Pamplona by charter dated to [1134/50], witnessed by "dompna Auria Semeroiç et comes Latro et dompna Tota Ennechoniz et Semen Açenariç de Zolina et Ennecho filius Lupi Ennechonis et Lope Aceriz de Oriç"[260].  [m JIMENO Aznárez, son of ---.  Señor en Zolina.  "Senior Lope Enneconis de Tessonare" donated "S. Miguel de Excelsis et monasterio de Campáin" to Santa María de Pamplona by charter dated to [1134/50], witnessed by "dompna Auria Semeroiç et comes Latro et dompna Tota Ennechoniz et Semen Açenariç de Zolina et Ennecho filius Lupi Ennechonis et Lope Aceriz de Oriç"[261].  It is not certain that Jimeno Aznárez was the husband of Tota Iñíguez, but the order of names in this charter suggests that it is possible.] 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 3.    SEÑORES de VIZCAYA [1050]-1342, SEÑORES de HARO

 

 

1.         VELASCO --- .  m ---.  The name of Vela´s wife is not known.  Vela & his wife had [two] children: 

a)         LOPE Velásquez (-after 1057).  “…Senior Lope Bellakiz et senior Galindo Bellakiz et senior Enneco Lopiz, confirmans…” subscribed a charter dated 1042 for the monastery of Leire[262].  The linking of these three names in this document suggests a close family relationship between them, which would be confirmed if Íñigo López was the son of Lope Velásquez.  According to Llorente, the father of Íñigo López was Lope Muñoz, son of Munio Conde de Vizcaya but cites no primary source in support[263].  This co-identity appears impossible, firstly because the source quoted above suggests that Íñigo López´s father was Lope Velásquez, and secondly because of chronological difficulties, as the death of Iñigo López can be fixed to [1077] as shown below, far too late for him to have been the son of Lope Muñoz.  Señor en Colindres.  “…Senior Lope Bellacoz…” and “…senior Lope Velascoz de Colindres…” subscribed two charters for Santa María Real de Nájera dated 25 Mar 1042 and 2 Nov 1044 respectively[264]m ---.  The name of Lope's wife is not known.  Lope & his wife had [six] children: 

i)          [ÍÑIGO López (-[1077]).  The fact that Íñigo López was the son of Lope Velásquez is suggested by the charter of Leire monastery dated 1042 which is signed by “…Senior Lope Bellakiz et senior Galindo Bellakiz et senior Enneco Lopiz, confirmans…[265].  The linking of these three names in the same phrase in the document suggests a close family relationship between them, which would be confirmed if Íñigo López was the son of Lope Velásquez.  According to Llorente[266], Íñigo López was the son of a hypothetical “Lope Muñoz” who, he says, was the son of Munio López, husband of Velasquita daughter of Sancho I García King of Navarre, who is recorded as conde de Vizcaya in the source which records his marriage (see above).  However, this suggested relationship appears impossible from a chronological point of view.  Señor en Vizcaya.  “…Senior Eneco Lopiz de Bizcaia…” subscribed charters of Leire monastery dated 13 Aug 1043 and 1047[267].  “…Senior Enneco Lopiz de Bizcaya…” subscribed a charter dated 26 Dec 1046 of Santa María la Real de Nájera[268]Conde.  "Senior Enneco Lopez…comiti…cum uxore mea domna Tota" donated property to the bishop of Álava by charter dated 30 Jan 1051, confirmed by "sennor Lope Garceiz Arratiensis, sennor Lope Blascoz Baracaldonensis, sennor Sancio Annussoiz Aberacanensis, domna Leguntia Esceverrianensis"[269].  "Garsea rex et…Stephania regina" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 29 May 1053, confirmed by "…comite Enneco Lopez…"[270].  Gomesano Bishop of Calahorra granted property to "senior Eximino Furtuniones et senior Sancio Furtuniones" by charter dated 19 Mar 1058, confirmed by "…senior Enneco Lopiz…"[271].  “Senior Sancho Fortunez” donated “monasterio…de San Miguel de Arendo” to the monastery of San Prudencio by charter dated 11 Apr 1063, subscribed by “…señor Iñigo Lopez en Nagera, señor domno Marcelo en Maranon[272].] 

-         SEÑORES de VIZCAYA

ii)         SANCHO López According to Europäische Stammtafeln[273], he was the possible ancestor of the MENDOZA and AYALA families.  same person as…?  SANCHO ([1015/35]-).  Llorente records this co-identity but cites no primary source in support[274].  The chronology appears favourable and the names of his children suggest a connection with the family of Íñigo López.  His birth date range is estimated arbitrarily on the assumption that his son Diego was 30 years old when first mentioned.  m ---.  The name of Sancho´s wife is not known.  Sancho & his wife had three children: 

(a)       ÍÑIGO SánchezSeñor en Portela…Senior Eneco Sansoiz et frater eius Didaco Sansoiz, dominantes Portela…” witnessed a charter for Irache monastery dated 20 Apr [1088][275]

(b)       DIEGO Sánchez (-after 1108).  "Aldefonsus totus Ispanie rex" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1077, witnessed by "…senior Didaco Sanchez, senior Lope Sanchez…"[276]Señor en Castella, Señor en Tetega: "…Comite Garcia obtinente Nagera et Calahorra…senior Lope Sanxox obtinente Mena et Ayala, senior Didaco Sanxox obtinente Castella usque Tetega, senior Lope Gonzalvez obtinente Alava" are named in the dating clause of a charter dated 20 Nov 1085 under which the bishop of Nájera consecrated the church of San Pedro de Llodio[277].  "…Comite domno Garsea, comite domno Lupe, Lope Sanchiz, Didaco Sanchiz, Lope Gonzalvez…" confirmed the charter dated 21 Jul 1087 under which Alfonso VI King of Castile granted rights to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[278]Señor en Portela.  “…Senior Eneco Sansoiz et frater eius Didaco Sansoiz, dominantes Portela…” witnessed a charter for Irache monastery dated 20 Apr [1088][279]Señor en Ayala.  "Alfonsus rex" confirmed donations of property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 25 Nov 1089, witnessed by "…sennor Lope Sanchis et frater suus Didaco Sanchiz de Aiala"[280].  The dating clause of a charter dated 1102, under which "domna Maior et domna Anderchina" donated property "en Ualle Fermoso" to San Salvador de Oña, names "…senior Lop Sanggeç et senior Didac Sanggeç dominantes Castella…"[281].  A charter dated 1106 names “Senior Lope Gonzalvez dominante Estivalez…senior Didaco Sanchez dominante Divina[282], demonstrating that Álava was divided between two governors by that date.  "Aldefonus rex totius Castelle" confirmed the property of the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1108, witnessed by "senior Didaco Sanchez, senior Lope Sanchez"[283]

(c)       LOPE Sánchez (-after 1108).  Señor en Álava"Senior Lope Sanchiz de Alava" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1076[284].  "Aldefonsus totus Ispanie rex" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1077, witnessed by "…senior Didaco Sanchez, senior Lope Sanchez…"[285]Señor en Mena, Señor en Ayala: "…Comite Garcia obtinente Nagera et Calahorra…senior Lope Sanxox obtinente Mena et Ayala, senior Didaco Sanxox obtinente Castella usque Tetega, senior Lope Gonzalvez obtinente Alava" are named in the dating clause of a charter dated 20 Nov 1085 under which the bishop of Nájera consecrated the church of San Pedro de Llodio[286].  "…Comite domno Garsea, comite domno Lupe, Lope Sanchiz, Didaco Sanchiz, Lope Gonzalvez…" confirmed the charter dated 21 Jul 1087 under which Alfonso VI King of Castile granted rights to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[287].  "Alfonsus rex" confirmed donations of property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 25 Nov 1089, witnessed by "…sennor Lope Sanchis et frater suus Didaco Sanchiz de Aiala"[288].  "Domna Elo Bellacoz" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated May 1102, witnessed by "…senior Lope Sanchez de Alava…"[289].  The dating clause of a charter dated 1102, under which "domna Maior et domna Anderchina" donated property "en Ualle Fermoso" to San Salvador de Oña, names "…senior Lop Sanggeç et senior Didac Sanggeç dominantes Castella…"[290].  "Aldefonus rex totius Castelle" confirmed the property of the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1108, witnessed by "senior Didaco Sanchez, senior Lope Sanchez"[291]

iii)        FORTÚN López .  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.   1040/50.  According to Llorente, he was the same person as Fortún López Señor en Tetelia and Punicastro but he cites no primary source in support[292]

iv)       GARCÍA López (-after 1076).  "Sennior Enneco Lopez…tocius Vizcahie comes" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, for the soul of "uxoris mee domne Tote", by charter dated 1076, witnessed by "Garsea et Galindo fratres mei, domna Mencia soror mea"[293].  Jaurgain states that "Garcia-Loup un des frères d´Eneco-Loup gouverneur de Najera" was created vizconde de Baïgorry by Sancho III "le Mayor" King of Navarre (before 1035)[294]

v)        GALINDO López (-after 1076).  "Sennior Enneco Lopez…tocius Vizcahie comes" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, for the soul of "uxoris mee domne Tote", by charter dated 1076, witnessed by "Garsea et Galindo fratres mei, domna Mencia soror mea"[295]same person as…?  GALINDO López (-after 2 Nov 1044).  Pincerna at the royal court: “…Senior Galindo Lopeyz pincerna regis” subscribed a charter dated 1040[296]Offertor at the royal court: “…Senior Galindo Lopiz offertor regis…” subscribed a charter dated 2 Nov 1044 for Santa María la Real de Nájera[297]

vi)       MENCIA López (-after 1076).  "Sennior Enneco Lopez…tocius Vizcahie comes" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, for the soul of "uxoris mee domne Tote", by charter dated 1076, witnessed by "Garsea et Galindo fratres mei, domna Mencia soror mea"[298]

b)         [GALINDO Velásquez (-after 18 Nov 1047).  “…Senior Lope Bellakiz et senior Galindo Bellakiz et senior Enneco Lopiz, confirmans…” subscribed a charter dated 1042 for the monastery of Leire[299].  The linking of these three names in this document suggests a close family relationship between them.  Señor en Mena.   “…Senior Galindo Bellascoz…” subscribed two charters for the monastery of Santa María la Real de Nájera dated 25 Mar 1042 and 2 Nov 1044, the second specifying that he was “dominator Mena[300]Señor en Lanteno.  “…Senior Galindo Berascoiz dominator Lanteno…” subscribed a charter dated 18 Nov 1047 for Leire monastery[301].] 

 

 

ÍÑIGO López, son of LOPE Velásquez & his wife --- (-[1077]).  The fact that Íñigo López was the son of Lope Velásquez is suggested by the charter of Leire monastery dated 1042 which is signed by “…Senior Lope Bellakiz et senior Galindo Bellakiz et senior Enneco Lopiz, confirmans…[302].  The linking of these three names in the same phrase in the document suggests a close family relationship between them, which would be confirmed if Íñigo López was the son of Lope Velásquez.  According to Llorente[303], Íñigo López was the son of a hypothetical “Lope Muñoz” who, he says, was the son of Munio López, husband of Velasquita daughter of Sancho I García King of Navarre, who is recorded as conde de Vizcaya in the source which records his marriage (see above).  However, this suggested relationship appears impossible from a chronological point of view.  Señor en Vizcaya.  “…Senior Eneco Lopiz de Bizcaia…” subscribed charters of Leire monastery dated 13 Aug 1043 and 1047[304]“…Senior Enneco Lopiz de Bizcaya…” subscribed a charter dated 26 Dec 1046 of Santa María la Real de Nájera[305]Conde.  "Senior Enneco Lopez…comiti…cum uxore mea domna Tota" donated property to the bishop of Álava by charter dated 30 Jan 1051, confirmed by "sennor Lope Garceiz Arratiensis, sennor Lope Blascoz Baracaldonensis, sennor Sancio Annussoiz Aberacanensis, domna Leguntia Esceverrianensis"[306]"Garsea rex et…Stephania regina" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 29 May 1053, confirmed by "…comite Enneco Lopez…"[307].  Gomesano Bishop of Calahorra granted property to "senior Eximino Furtuniones et senior Sancio Furtuniones" by charter dated 19 Mar 1058, confirmed by "…senior Enneco Lopiz…"[308].  “Senior Sancho Fortunez” donated “monasterio…de San Miguel de Arendo” to the monastery of San Prudencio by charter dated 11 Apr 1063, subscribed by “…señor Iñigo Lopez en Nagera, señor domno Marcelo en Maranon[309].  A charter dated 7 Apr 1064, under which "Sancio Haperrez de Torriziella" donated property to the monastery of Valbanera, names "…sub eius Ienneco Lopez in Naira" in the dating clause immediately following the name of the king of Navarre[310]Señor en Nájera.  Many other documents in this edition of Valbanera charters also include his name in the dating clause between 13 Feb 1066 and 10 Jan 1075, as the only named "dominator" in a region of Navarre, indicating his relative importance at the Navarrese court during this period.  “…Senior Eneco Lopiz de Nagera” witnessed a charter dated 1065 under which “domna Sancha Auriel simulque filia mea Sancia Sancionis” sold properties to Leire[311].  “Comite Enneco Lopeç, dominator in Naiela…” confirmed a charter of Sancho IV King of Navarre dated 7 Dec 1071[312].  "Sancius rex" granted the monastery of San Cosme y San Damián to "senior Enneco Azenari fidele meo" by charter dated 21 Aug 1072, confirmed by "…senior Enneco Lopiz dominator Nagera…"[313].  "Sancius rex…uxoris mee Placentie regine" granted property "in confinio Duranci…parties Bizcahie, nomine Ihurueta" to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, with the consent of "Ennecus comes et coniux mea Tota", by charter dated 26 Aug 1072, confirmed by "filiis…nostris…Lope et Garsia et Galindo et Fortunii…"[314].  "Sancius rex" donated property to Santa María de Pamplona by charter dated 22 Apr 1073, subscribed by "…senior Enneco Lopiz in Nagera…"[315].  "Sancius…rex" donated property to the prior of San Martín de Albelda by charter dated 1073, confirmed by "…senior Eneco Lopiz comes dominator Nagera…"[316].  "Sanctius…rex Garsiani regis filius…cum coniuge mea domina Placentia regina" confirmed the properties of the monastery of San Miguel de Excelsis by charter dated 1074, subscribed by "Senior Enneco Lopiç dominans Nayara…"[317].  "Sancius…Nagelensis rex" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1075, confirmed by "…sennor Enneco Lopez, sennor Lope Ennecones…"[318]Conde de Vizcaya.  "Sennior Enneco Lopez…tocius Vizcahie comes" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, for the soul of "uxoris mee domne Tote", by charter dated 1076, witnessed by "Garsea et Galindo fratres mei, domna Mencia soror mea"[319]

m TODA Fortúnez, daughter of FORTÚN Sánchez Señor de Nájera & his wife Toda García de Viguera (-before 1076).  "Senior Enneco Lopez…comiti…cum uxore mea domna Tota" donated property to the bishop of Álava by charter dated 30 Jan 1051[320].  Martín Duque proceeds under the assumption that Toda was the daughter of Fortún Sánchez Señor de Nájera[321], but the primary source which confirms her parentage has not yet been identified.   According to Llorente, she was the daughter of Fortún Ochoa and his wife Mencía de Navarra[322].  He cites no primary sources in support, and the hypothesis appears disproved by the absence of any daughter named Toda from the charter in which that couple´s other known children are named (see the document NAVARRE NOBILITY).  "Senior Enneco Lopez et uxor mea Totadomna" donated property "in Bizcahia…in Gorritiz…" to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1070[323].  "Sancius rex…uxoris mee Placentie regine" granted property "in confinio Duranci…parties Bizcahie, nomine Ihurueta" to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, with the consent of "Ennecus comes et coniux mea Tota", by charter dated 26 Aug 1072[324].  Her marriage is also confirmed by the charter dated 28 Aug 1100 under which "Domna Blasquita de Bernies, filia de seniore Eneco Lopiz et de domna Orotota" donated property to the monastery of San Pedro de Siresa[325].  "Sennior Enneco Lopez…tocius Vizcahie comes" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, for the soul of "uxoris mee domne Tote", by charter dated 1076, witnessed by "Garsea et Galindo fratres mei, domna Mencia soror mea"[326]

Íñigo & his wife had seven children: 

1.         LOPE Iñíguez (-before Jan 1094).  "Senior Enneco Lopez et uxor mea Totadomna" donated property "in Bizcahia…in Gorritiz…", for the soul of "filio nostro Sancio Ennecones", to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1070, confirmed by "filios nostros Lope Ennecones et Garcia Ennecones et Galindo Ennecones…"[327].  He succeeded his father in [1077] as Señor de Vizcaya.  Conde. 

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2.         GARCÍA Iñíguez (-after 1084).  "Senior Enneco Lopez et uxor mea Totadomna" donated property "in Bizcahia…in Gorritiz…", for the soul of "filio nostro Sancio Ennecones", to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1070, confirmed by "filios nostros Lope Ennecones et Garcia Ennecones et Galindo Ennecones…"[328].  "Sancius rex…uxoris mee Placentie regine" granted property "in confinio Duranci…parties Bizcahie, nomine Ihurueta" to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, with the consent of "Ennecus comes et coniux mea Tota", by charter dated 26 Aug 1072, confirmed by "filiis…nostris…Lope et Garsia et Galindo et Fortunii…"[329].  "Lupe Enneconis…prolis de comite Enneco Lupiz, dominante Bizcahia et Ipuzcua et Alava…cum consocia mea domna Ticlo" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter darted 17 Aug 1082, confirmed by "fratres mei Garcia Ennecones et Galindo Ennecones…"[330].  "Comite Lupe Ennecones et uxor sua cometissa domna Ticlo" exchanged property with the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1084, confirmed by "…Garcia Ennecones et Galindo Ennecones germanos comitis…"[331].  According to Llorente, he was ancestor of “la casa de Abalos” although he cites no primary source in support[332]

3.         GALINDO Iñíguez (-after 1087).  "Senior Enneco Lopez et uxor mea Totadomna" donated property "in Bizcahia…in Gorritiz…", for the soul of "filio nostro Sancio Ennecones", to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1070, confirmed by "filios nostros Lope Ennecones et Garcia Ennecones et Galindo Ennecones…"[333].  "Sancius rex…uxoris mee Placentie regine" granted property "in confinio Duranci…parties Bizcahie, nomine Ihurueta" to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, with the consent of "Ennecus comes et coniux mea Tota", by charter dated 26 Aug 1072, confirmed by "filiis…nostris…Lope et Garsia et Galindo et Fortunii…"[334].  "Lupe Enneconis…prolis de comite Enneco Lupiz, dominante Bizcahia et Ipuzcua et Alava…cum consocia mea domna Ticlo" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter darted 17 Aug 1082, confirmed by "fratres mei Garcia Ennecones et Galindo Ennecones…"[335].  "Comite Lupe Ennecones et uxor sua cometissa domna Ticlo" exchanged property with the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1084, confirmed by "…Garcia Ennecones et Galindo Ennecones germanos comitis…"[336].  "Domno Galindo, prolis senior Enneco Lopez…comite" donated property "tam in Bizcahia quam in Alava atque in Naiera" to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1087[337]

4.         SANCHO Iñíguez (-before 1070).  "Senior Enneco Lopez et uxor mea Totadomna" donated property "in Bizcahia…in Gorritiz…", for the soul of "filio nostro Sancio Ennecones", to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1070, confirmed by "filios nostros Lope Ennecones et Garcia Ennecones et Galindo Ennecones…"[338]

5.         FORTÚN Iñíguez .  "Sancius rex…uxoris mee Placentie regine" granted property "in confinio Duranci…parties Bizcahie, nomine Ihurueta" to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, with the consent of "Ennecus comes et coniux mea Tota", by charter dated 26 Aug 1072, confirmed by "filiis…nostris…Lope et Garsia et Galindo et Fortunii…"[339].  Alférez mayor of Navarre 1076.  According to Llorente, he was ancestor of “la casa de Bazan” although he cites no primary source in support[340]

6.         [NUÑA Iñíguez .  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  According to Llorente, her parentage and marriage are without foundation in contemporary sources[341].  The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós names “doña Munega Iñiguez” as the only daughter of “Iñiguez Guerra señor de Vizcaya” and her marriage to “don Hernando, hijo del rey de Navarra, hijo bastardo[342].  The chronology of this part of the Nobiliario means that this “Hernando” could not have been the son of King García V.  The account is evidently confused and if this is the only source which confirms the parentatge and marriage of Nuña Iñíguez, it should be dismissed.  m FERNANDO de Navarra, Señor de Bucesta, Jubera, Lagunilla y Oprela, son of GARCÍA V "él de Nájera” King of Navarre & his wife Estefanía de Foix (-[1068]).] 

7.         VELASQUITA (-after [1110/13]).  "Domna Blasquita de Bernies, filia de seniore Eneco Lopiz et de domna Orotota" donated property to the monastery of San Pedro de Siresa by charter dated 28 Aug 1100[343]It is not known whether "seniore Eneco Lopiz" named in this charter was the same person as Íñigo López Señor de Nájera but the chronology is favourable and the name of his wife similar.  "Domna Blasquita de Binies" donated property to the monastery of San Pedro de Siresa by charter dated to [1110/13][344].

 

 

LOPE Iñíguez, son of ÍÑIGO Lopez Conde and Señor de Vizcaya & his wife Toda Fortúnez (-before Jan 1094).  "Senior Enneco Lopez et uxor mea Totadomna" donated property "in Bizcahia…in Gorritiz…", for the soul of "filio nostro Sancio Ennecones", to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1070, confirmed by "filios nostros Lope Ennecones et Garcia Ennecones et Galindo Ennecones…"[345].  "Sancius rex…uxoris mee Placentie regine" granted property "in confinio Duranci…parties Bizcahie, nomine Ihurueta" to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, with the consent of "Ennecus comes et coniux mea Tota", by charter dated 26 Aug 1072, confirmed by "filiis…nostris…Lope et Garsia et Galindo et Fortunii…"[346].  "Sancius…rex" donated property to the monastery of Valbanera by charter dated 1074, witnessed by "…Comes Enneco Lopez dominator Nagera, illius filius Lope Ennecones dominator Alberiti…"[347].  "Sancius…Nagelensis rex" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1075, confirmed by "…sennor Enneco Lopez, sennor Lope Ennecones…"[348]Señor de VizcayaConde.  "Senior Fortun Albaroz…cum uxore mea domna Tota" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 26 Aug 1078, confirmed by "…comes Lope Ennecones…"[349].  "Sennior Enneco Lopiz" donated property to San Martín by charter dated 1081, witnessed by "…comite domno Lope in Alava…"[350].  “…Lope Ennecones Alabensis comes…” subscribed the charter dated 18 Apr 1081 under which “Ranimirus filius Garsie regis et Stefanie regina” donated property to Santa María de Nájera[351].  "Lupe Enneconis…prolis de comite Enneco Lupiz, dominante Bizcahia et Ipuzcua et Alava…cum consocia mea domna Ticlo" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter darted 17 Aug 1082, confirmed by "fratres mei Garcia Ennecones et Galindo Ennecones…"[352].  "…Comite domno Garsea, comite domno Lupe, Lope Sanchiz, Didaco Sanchiz, Lope Gonzalvez…" confirmed the charter dated 21 Jul 1087 under which Alfonso VI King of Castile granted rights to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla[353].  "Domna Tota Fortunionis de Cillegieta" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1088, confirmed by "…comite domno Lope in Alava in Bizcahia, senior Lope Lopez de Marangone…"[354].  "Aldefonsus imperator tocius Castelle et Toleto necnon et Nazare seu Alave" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo, at the request of "comite domno Lope cum coniuge sua domna Ticlo", by charter dated 1091[355].  "Domna Sancia" donated property to the monastery of San Martín de Albelda by charter dated 13 Nov 1092, the dating clause of which names "…comes Lopez Ennekones in Alava et in Vizcaya…"[356]

m (before 1079) TECLA Díaz, daughter of DIEGO Álvarez & his wife --- ([1060 or before]-after 1104).  Tecla Díaz, wife of Lope Iñíguez, was the daughter of a Diego Álvarez, as shown by the charter dated 14 Mar 1079 under which "domna Ticlo, filia de senior Didado Alvarez" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla, with the consent of "domno meo comite Lope Ennecones", confirmed by "comite Gundissalvo, sennor Didaco Alvarez pater meus, Martinus Sanchiz…"[357].  Two possible individuals named Diego Álvarez have been identified who could have been her father, firstly she could have been Tecla Díaz, daughter of Diego Álvarez señor de Oca & his wife --- (see CASTILE NOBILITY), secondly Tecla Díaz, daughter of Diego Álvarez (son of Marcelo) & his wife Urraca Jiménez.  At first sight, the chronology seems to favour the first possibility.  However, the second case (which is assumed to be correct by Fortún Pérez de Ciriza[358]) is not impossible on the basis of the facts which are currently known.  The validity of this second case depends on confirming the approximate dates of birth of Marcelo´s children, which has not so far been possible.  If it can be assumed that Marcelo´s wife Andregoto was very old when she died, it is possible that their children were born in the late 1030s/1040s, which would be consistent with the wife of Lope Iñíguez being their granddaughter.  However, Marcelo and Andregoto´s other grandson Álvaro Muñoz “el Viejo” was alive in 1183, which seems inconsistent with this theory.  At present there is insufficient information to exclude either possible parentage.  Tecla is therefore shown in both places, until more information comes to light.  "Lupe Enneconis…prolis de comite Enneco Lupiz, dominante Bizcahia et Ipuzcua et Alava…cum consocia mea domna Ticlo" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter darted 17 Aug 1082, confirmed by "fratres mei Garcia Ennecones et Galindo Ennecones…"[359].  "Aldefonsus imperator tocius Castelle et Toleto necnon et Nazare seu Alave" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo, at the request of "comite domno Lope cum coniuge sua domna Ticlo", by charter dated 1091[360].  "Domna Tecla cometissa…cum filiis meis" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo by charter dated 1093, which names "domnus meus Lupus comes et eius pater Enneco Lopez" and is confirmed by "Didaco Lupez et frater meus Sancio Lupez et meus cognatus senior Gundissalvez Lupe et domna Tota et dompna Sancia et domna Tarasia, meis sororibus"[361].  "Tecla comitissa filia Didaco Albaroyz" donated her property at Villa Farta to Santa Maria de Pamplona for the soul of "comitis de Lupi de Alaua et Bizcaya mariti mei" with the consent of "filiis meis Didaco, Sancie et filia Tota et Santia et Taresa" by charter dated Jan 1094[362].  "Domna Ticlo cometissa" chose to be buried in the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1104, naming "meus pater Didaco Alvarez", and witnessed by "filios meos…Tota Lopez, Sancia Lopez, Didaco Lopez, Sancio Lopez, Teresa Lopez…"[363]

Lope Íniguez & his wife had five children:

1.         DIEGO López (-1124).  "Filiis meis Didaco, Sancie et filia Tota et Santia et Taresa" confirmed the donation by "Tecla comitissa filia Didaco Albaroyz" for the soul of "comitis de Lupi de Alaua et Bizcaya mariti mei" by charter dated Jan 1094[364].  He succeeded his father in [1093] as Señor de Vizcaya.  "Domna Tecla cometissa…cum filiis meis" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo by charter dated 1093, which names "domnus meus Lupus comes et eius pater Enneco Lopez" and is confirmed by "Didaco Lupez et frater meus Sancio Lupez et meus cognatus senior Gundissalvez Lupe et domna Tota et dompna Sancia et domna Tarasia, meis sororibus"[365].  "Domna Ticlo cometissa" chose to be buried in the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1104, naming "meus pater Didaco Alvarez", and witnessed by "filios meos…Tota Lopez, Sancia Lopez, Didaco Lopez, Sancio Lopez, Teresa Lopez…"[366].  Señor de Nájera.  Señor de Haro.  Alfonso VI King of Castile granted him the town of Haro in Rioja[367].  Three charters dated 1110, under which various property was donated or sold to the monastery of Santa María de Valbanera, name "… Didacus Lupus dominante in Nagera et in Grannone…" in the dating clause directly following the names of the monarchs[368].  "Urraca…tocius Ispanie regina" confirmed rights of the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated Aug 1110, confirmed by "…Didacus Lopiz senior in Nagera…"[369]The dating clause of a charter dated Aug 1116, under which Alfonso I King of Aragon donated the monastery of San Martín de Soto to Valvanera, records “quando Didaco Lopiz erat in guerra cum rege iam dicto Adefonso[370]Didago Lopiz meo germano y sua uxor Maria Sancii, senior Garcia Lopiz de Galinero cum sua uxore Goda Lopiz” witnessed the charter dated 1121 under which “Tota Lopiz cum filia mea Maria Lopiz” donated property “nostram hereditatem…iuxta Angustiana…Sotihori” to Santa María la Real de Nájera, for the souls of “parentum nostrorum Lupi comitis et Tecle comitisse et Lupi Gonsalvez[371]m MARÍA Sánchez, daughter of SANCHO Sánchez [de Navarra] Señor de Erro y Tafalla & his [second] wife ---.  “Tota Lopiz cum filia mea Maria Lopiz” donated property “nostram hereditatem…iuxta Angustiana…Sotihori” to Santa María la Real de Nájera by charter dated 1121, witnessed by “Didago Lopiz meo germano y sua uxor Maria Sancii…[372].  Her parentage is indicated by the charter dated to [1127] under which "Comes Santius [de Erro]" donated property to Santa María de Pamplona for the soul of "patris et matris mee et sororis Sancie" which confirms that he had no male child by his wife but names "filiorum meorum aliquis…vel Egidius vel Raimirus vel Didaco Lopeys"[373], it being assumed that "Didaco Lopeys" was Sancho's son-in-law not his son.  Diego & his wife had four children: 

a)         LOPE Díaz (-6 May 1170, bur Santa María la Real de Najera)The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  He succeeded his father in 1124 as Señor de Vizcaya

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b)         SANCHO Díaz.  "Fortunius Lupi presbiter de Trepeana" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 19 Apr 1162, naming in the dating clause "…comite Lupo dominante Naieram et fratre eius Sancio Didaco in Trepeana dominante"[374].  1169.  According to Llorente, he was ancestor of “las familias de Ibarguen, Butron y Villela” although he cites no primary source in support[375]

c)         FORTÚN Díaz.  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified. 

d)         GIL Díaz (-before 1157).  "Adefonsus…Hispaniarum imperator…cum coniuge mea domna Berengaria" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 2 Nov 1137, confirmed by "…comes Lupus Didaci…Egidius frater comitis Lupi…"[376]

Diego had two illegitimate children by an unknown mistress:

e)         NUÑO Díaz (-before 1157).  The primary source which confirms his parentage has not yet been identified.  According to Llorente, he was señor de Fenestrosa and ancestor of “la familia de Hinestrosa” although he cites no primary source in support[377]. 

f)          SANCHA DíazThe primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  m LOPE Sánchez Señor de Llodio . 

2.         TODA López (-1 Dec 1121, bur Santa María la Real de Nájera).  "Domna Tecla cometissa…cum filiis meis" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo by charter dated 1093, which names "domnus meus Lupus comes et eius pater Enneco Lopez" and is confirmed by "Didaco Lupez et frater meus Sancio Lupez et meus cognatus senior Gundissalvez Lupe et domna Tota et dompna Sancia et domna Tarasia, meis sororibus"[378]"Filiis meis Didaco, Sancie et filia Tota et Santia et Taresa" confirmed the donation by "Tecla comitissa filia Didaco Albaroyz" for the soul of "comitis de Lupi de Alaua et Bizcaya mariti mei" by charter dated Jan 1094[379].  "Domna Ticlo cometissa" chose to be buried in the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1104, naming "meus pater Didaco Alvarez", and witnessed by "filios meos…Tota Lopez, Sancia Lopez, Didaco Lopez, Sancio Lopez, Teresa Lopez…"[380].  “Tota Lopiz cum filia mea Maria Lopiz” donated property “nostram hereditatem…iuxta Angustiana…Sotihori” to Santa María la Real de Nájera, for the souls of “parentum nostrorum Lupi comitis et Tecle comitisse et Lupi Gonsalvez”, by charter dated 1121, witnessed by “Didago Lopiz meo germano y sua uxor Maria Sancii, senior Garcia Lopiz de Galinero cum sua uxore Goda Lopiz[381].  The Annales Compostellani record the death “Kal Dec” in 1121 of “Tota Lopez, filia Lupi Comitis de Viscaya[382]m LOPE González de Estibaliz Señor de Ayala, son of GONZALO [Álvarez] & his wife [Leguntia González] (-before 1121).  

3.         SANCHA López (-before 1104).  "Domna Tecla cometissa…cum filiis meis" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo by charter dated 1093, which names "domnus meus Lupus comes et eius pater Enneco Lopez" and is confirmed by "Didaco Lupez et frater meus Sancio Lupez et meus cognatus senior Gundissalvez Lupe et domna Tota et dompna Sancia et domna Tarasia, meis sororibus"[383]"Filiis meis Didaco, Sancie et filia Tota et Santia et Taresa" confirmed the donation by "Tecla comitissa filia Didaco Albaroyz" for the soul of "comitis de Lupi de Alaua et Bizcaya mariti mei" by charter dated Jan 1094[384].  "Domna Ticlo cometissa" chose to be buried in the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1104, naming "meus pater Didaco Alvarez", and witnessed by "filios meos…Tota Lopez, Sancia Lopez, Didaco Lopez, Sancio Lopez, Teresa Lopez…"[385]

4.         TERESA López.  "Domna Tecla cometissa…cum filiis meis" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo by charter dated 1093, which names "domnus meus Lupus comes et eius pater Enneco Lopez" and is confirmed by "Didaco Lupez et frater meus Sancio Lupez et meus cognatus senior Gundissalvez Lupe et domna Tota et dompna Sancia et domna Tarasia, meis sororibus"[386].  "Filiis meis Didaco, Sancie et filia Tota et Santia et Taresa" confirmed the donation by "Tecla comitissa filia Didaco Albaroyz" for the soul of "comitis de Lupi de Alaua et Bizcaya mariti mei" by charter dated Jan 1094[387].  "Domna Ticlo cometissa" chose to be buried in the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1104, naming "meus pater Didaco Alvarez", and witnessed by "filios meos…Tota Lopez, Sancia Lopez, Didaco Lopez, Sancio Lopez, Teresa Lopez…"[388].  The primary source which confirms her marriage has not yet been identified.  m GARCÍA Sánchez Señor de Zurbano

5.         SANCHO López de Poza.  "Domna Tecla cometissa…cum filiis meis" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo by charter dated 1093, which names "domnus meus Lupus comes et eius pater Enneco Lopez" and is confirmed by "Didaco Lupez et frater meus Sancio Lupez et meus cognatus senior Gundissalvez Lupe et domna Tota et dompna Sancia et domna Tarasia, meis sororibus"[389].  "Filiis meis Didaco, Sancie et filia Tota et Santia et Taresa" confirmed the donation by "Tecla comitissa filia Didaco Albaroyz" for the soul of "comitis de Lupi de Alaua et Bizcaya mariti mei" by charter dated Jan 1094[390].  "Domna Ticlo cometissa" chose to be buried in the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1104, naming "meus pater Didaco Alvarez", and witnessed by "filios meos…Tota Lopez, Sancia Lopez, Didaco Lopez, Sancio Lopez, Teresa Lopez…"[391]

 

 

The precise relationship between the following person and the family of the Condes de Vizcaya has not yet been ascertained. 

1.         GONZALO López (-after 1093).  "Domna Tecla cometissa…cum filiis meis" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de Cogollo by charter dated 1093, which names "domnus meus Lupus comes et eius pater Enneco Lopez" and is confirmed by "Didaco Lupez et frater meus Sancio Lupez et meus cognatus senior Gundissalvez Lupe et domna Tota et dompna Sancia et domna Tarasia, meis sororibus"[392]

 

 

LOPE Díaz, son of DIEGO López Conde y Señor de Vizcaya & his wife María Sánchez (-6 May 1170, bur Santa María la Real de Najera)He succeeded his father in 1124 as Señor de Vizcaya.  The Chronica Adefonsi Imperatoris records that "…Lope Díaz who later received the title count with a lordship…" made peace with Alfonso VII King of Castile after his accession in 1126[393].  He founded Santa María de Cañas.  Conde 1135.  "Adefonsus…Hispaniarum imperator…cum coniuge mea domna Berengaria" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 2 Nov 1137, confirmed by "…comes Lupus Didaci…Egidius frater comitis Lupi…"[394].  "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 "…Comes Lupus…"[395].  Alférez of Sancho II King of Castile 12 Nov 1157 to 13 Jul 1158.  "Fortunius Lupi presbiter de Trepeana" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 19 Apr 1162, naming in the dating clause "…comite Lupo dominante Naieram et fratre eius Sancio Didaco in Trepeana dominante"[396].  “Comes Lupus” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Faiola by charter dated 1170 which names “filius meus Garcia”, and is witnessed by “Diagus Lopez et Lop Lopez…[397].  The Annales Compostellani record the death in 1170 of “Comes Lupus[398]

m firstly MENCÍA Arias, daughter of conde ARIAS --- & his wife ---.  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  

m secondly (before 22 Apr 1132) ALDONZA Rodríguez, daughter of conde RODRIGO Vélaz & his wife Urraca Álvarez (-after 15 May 1207).  The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós records that “el conde don Lope” married “la condesa doña Aldonza Rodriguez, hija de don Rodrigo de Castro, el que llamaron Calbo[399]"Comitissa domna Ildocia", with the consent of "comes Lupus", granted "hereditate…in terra d´Azumara in villa…Edrosa" to "clientulo meo Eximino Froile" by charter dated 22 Apr 1132, subscribed by "comes Rudericus de Sama [Sarria]"[400].  “Comes Lupus et uxor mea Dompna Aldonça” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Faiola by charter dated 1169[401].  “Comitissa Dompna Endolza” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated 20 Jun 1171, which states that “comes Lupus maritus meus” founded the monastery, and is witnessed by “…Didacus Lopez filius comitis Lupi, Rodericus frater eius…[402].  "Comitissa domna Alduancia" donated property "meam portionem…de ecclesia sancte Eolalie de Pequin" to Meira by charter dated 1184, subscribed by "comes Gomiz, comes Adefonsus, Rodericus Lupix, Garsias Roderici"[403].  "Domna Alduenza cometissa…olim…domni Lupi comitis uxor" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1187, witnessed by "domnus Didacus Lupiz, domna Mencia cometissa, domna Alduenza, domna Tota Camensis abbatissa, domnus Sancius Lupiz…"[404].  "Comitissa domna Eldoncia…cum consilio filiarum mearum…regina domna Urraca, ei comitissa domna Mencia et domna Eldoncia Lupici" donated property to Meira by charter dated 1192[405]Abbatissa domna Tota” donated property to the monastery of Buxedo, on the advice of “domnæ cometissæ Aldonce”, for the souls of “comitis Lupi, et uxoris illius cometissæ Aldoncæ et filiorum eorum”, by charter dated 28 Mar 1200[406].  La condesa Aldonza” donated property in Villavidel and San Miguel de Camino to S. Marcos de León by charter dated 15 May 1207, confirmed by, in the first column “cometissa dompna Mencía, cometissa domna Estefanía, domna María Núñez, domna Elvira González, dompna Inés, dompna Lucia, dompna Sancha López, dompna Estefanía Pérez”, and in the second column “condesa Aldonza, dompnus Diego López, la reina Urraca López, dompna Aldonza Díaz...[407].  “Cometissa dompna Mencía, cometissa domna Estefanía, domna María Núñez, domna Elvira González, dompna Inés, dompna Lucia, dompna Sancha López, dompna Estefanía Pérez” (all first column) and “condesa Aldonza, dompnus Diego López, la reina Urraca López, dompna Aldonza Díaz...(second column) confirmed the charter dated 15 May 1207 under which “La condesa Aldonza” donated property in Villavidel and San Miguel de Camino to S. Marcos de León[408]

Lope Díaz & his second wife had fourteen children:

1.         DIEGO López "el Bueno" (-Burgos 16 Sep 1214).  “Dieco Lopiz [filius] de comité Lope de Biscadie” subscribed a charter dated 1124 of Santa María la Real de Nájera[409]He succeeded his father in 1170 as Señor de Vizcaya

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2.         LOPE López (-[1178/82]).  “Comes Lupus” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Faiola by charter dated 1170 which names “filius meus Garcia”, and is witnessed by “Diagus Lopez et Lop Lopez…[410].  Señor de Miranda de Ebro y Almenara.  According to Llorente, he was ancestor of “la familia de Cárdenas” although he cites no primary source in support[411]m (before 1172) MARÍA de Urgel Señora de Almenara, daughter of ARMENGOL [VI] "el Castellano" Conde de Urgel & his second wife Elvira Rodríguez(-13 Jan, 1196 or after).  Her name, parentage and marriage are indicated by the testament of "Ermengaudus…comes Urgelli", dated 18 Jun 1177, which names "...alius nepos meus…Ermengaudus filius sororis mee Marie de Almenara…"[412].  Lope & his wife had one child: 

a)         ARMENGOL López (-after 1217).  His parentage is indicated by the testament of (his maternal uncle) "Ermengaudus…comes Urgelli", dated 18 Jun 1177, which names "...alius nepos meus…Ermengaudus filius sororis mee Marie de Almenara…"[413].  Señor de Almenara y Mirandola.  m CATALINA, daughter of ---.  Armengol & his wife had one child: 

i)          JUAN Díaz

3.         RODRIGO López (-before 1187).  “Comitissa Dompna Endolza” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated 20 Jun 1171, which states that “comes Lupus maritus meus” founded the monastery, and is witnessed by “…Didacus Lopez filius comitis Lupi, Rodericus frater eius…[414].  "Comitissa domna Alduancia" donated property "meam portionem…de ecclesia sancte Eolalie de Pequin" to Meira by charter dated 1184, subscribed by "comes Gomiz, comes Adefonsus, Rodericus Lupix, Garsias Roderici"[415].  Mayordomo mayor of Fernando II King of Leon 27 Sep 1184 to 27 Jan 1185. 

4.         GARCÍA López (-before 15 May 1207).  “Comes Lupus” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Faiola by charter dated 1170 which names “filius meus Garcia”, and is witnessed by “Diagus Lopez et Lop Lopez…[416].  “Sancia Lopez…comitissa domna Mencia…Urraca Lopez…Aldonza Lopez…Elvira Lopez…Don Garcia Lopez…Stephania Lopez monacha…Tota Lopez…Maria Lopez…Diago Lopez” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated Sep 1174[417]Alférez of Fernando II King of Leon 2 Jan 1186 to 3 Jan 1186, 10 Dec 1186 to 13 Sep 1187 and 17 Apr 1192 to 29 Mar 1192.  m ANGLESA, daughter of ---. 

5.         PEDRO López (-after 1194). 

6.         SANCHA López (-after Sep 1174).  “Sancia Lopez…comitissa domna Mencia…Urraca Lopez…Aldonza Lopez…Elvira Lopez…Don Garcia Lopez…Stephania Lopez monacha…Tota Lopez…Maria Lopez…Diago Lopez” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated Sep 1174[418]

7.         MENCÍA López (-after 15 May 1207).  “Sancia Lopez…comitissa domna Mencia…Urraca Lopez…Aldonza Lopez…Elvira Lopez…Don Garcia Lopez…Stephania Lopez monacha…Tota Lopez…Maria Lopez…Diago Lopez” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated Sep 1174[419].  "Domna Alduenza cometissa…olim…domni Lupi comitis uxor" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1187, witnessed by "domnus Didacus Lupiz, domna Mencia cometissa, domna Alduenza, domna Tota Camensis abbatissa, domnus Sancius Lupiz…"[420].  "Comitissa domna Eldoncia…cum consilio filiarum mearum…regina domna Urraca, ei comitissa domna Mencia et domna Eldoncia Lupici" donated property to Meira by charter dated 1192[421].  “Cometissa dompna Mencía...” confirmed the charter dated 15 May 1207 under which “La condesa Aldonza” donated property in Villavidel and San Miguel de Camino to S. Marcos de León[422]m PEDRO Rodríguez de Lara, son of RODRIGO González Señor de Lara y Liebana & his first wife Infanta doña Sancha de Castilla (-1180). 

8.         URRACA López de Haro (-Cistercian monastery of Vilena 1223, bur Vilena).  “Sancia Lopez…comitissa domna Mencia…Urraca Lopez…Aldonza Lopez…Elvira Lopez…Don Garcia Lopez…Stephania Lopez monacha…Tota Lopez…Maria Lopez…Diago Lopez” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated Sep 1174[423]She was the mistress of King Fernando II from at least May 1182.  Señora de Aguilar y Monteagudo 1187[424].  "Comitissa domna Eldoncia…cum consilio filiarum mearum…regina domna Urraca, ei comitissa domna Mencia et domna Eldoncia Lupici" donated property to Meira by charter dated 1192[425]"Domna Urraca Lupi Regina filia comitis Lupi" donated property to the monastery of Las Huelgas de Burgos for the foundation of the monastery of Vileña, for the soul of "filiique mei Sanci Ferrandi", by charter dated Apr 1222[426].  m firstly NUÑO Menéndez Señor de Ceón y Riaño, son of MELENDO Núñez & his wife María Froílaz.  m secondly (May 1187) as his third wife, FERNANDO II King of León, son of ALFONSO VII "el Emperador" King of Castile and Leon & his first wife Berenguela de Barcelona (1137-Benavente 22 Jan 1188, bur Santiago de Compostela, Cathedral Santiago el Mayor).   

9.         ALDONZA López (-after 1192).  “Sancia Lopez…comitissa domna Mencia…Urraca Lopez…Aldonza Lopez…Elvira Lopez…Don Garcia Lopez…Stephania Lopez monacha…Tota Lopez…Maria Lopez…Diago Lopez” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated Sep 1174[427].  "Domna Alduenza cometissa…olim…domni Lupi comitis uxor" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1187, witnessed by "domnus Didacus Lupiz, domna Mencia cometissa, domna Alduenza, domna Tota Camensis abbatissa, domnus Sancius Lupiz…"[428].  "Comitissa domna Eldoncia…cum consilio filiarum mearum…regina domna Urraca, ei comitissa domna Mencia et domna Eldoncia Lupici" donated property to Meira by charter dated 1192[429]m NUÑO Sánchez de Hinojosa. 

10.      ELVIRA López (-after Sep 1174).  “Sancia Lopez…comitissa domna Mencia…Urraca Lopez…Aldonza Lopez…Elvira Lopez…Don Garcia Lopez…Stephania Lopez monacha…Tota Lopez…Maria Lopez…Diago Lopez” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated Sep 1174[430]

11.      ESTEFANÍA López (-after 15 May 1207).  “Sancia Lopez…comitissa domna Mencia…Urraca Lopez…Aldonza Lopez…Elvira Lopez…Don Garcia Lopez…Stephania Lopez monacha…Tota Lopez…Maria Lopez…Diago Lopez” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated Sep 1174[431].  “...Cometissa domna Estefanía...” (first column) confirmed the charter dated 15 May 1207 under which “La condesa Aldonza” donated property in Villavidel and San Miguel de Camino to S. Marcos de León[432]m as his second wife, FERNANDO Ponce, son of PONCE Giraldo de Cabrera & his second wife María Fernández de Traba (-1200, bur Moreruela).  Conde 1178.  Mayordomo mayor of Alfonso IX King of Leon 6 Mar 1189 to 30 Aug 1189.  

12.      TODA López (-after 28 Mar 1200).  “Sancia Lopez…comitissa domna Mencia…Urraca Lopez…Aldonza Lopez…Elvira Lopez…Don Garcia Lopez…Stephania Lopez monacha…Tota Lopez…Maria Lopez…Diago Lopez” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated Sep 1174[433].  Abbess of Santa María de Canas.  "Domna Alduenza cometissa…olim…domni Lupi comitis uxor" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1187, witnessed by "domnus Didacus Lupiz, domna Mencia cometissa, domna Alduenza, domna Tota Camensis abbatissa, domnus Sancius Lupiz…"[434].  “Abbatissa domna Tota” donated property to the monastery of Buxedo, on the advice of “domnæ cometissæ Aldonce”, for the souls of “comitis Lupi, et uxoris illius cometissæ Aldoncæ et filiorum eorum”, by charter dated 28 Mar 1200[435].  

13.      MARÍA López (-after Sep 1174).  “Sancia Lopez…comitissa domna Mencia…Urraca Lopez…Aldonza Lopez…Elvira Lopez…Don Garcia Lopez…Stephania Lopez monacha…Tota Lopez…Maria Lopez…Diago Lopez” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated Sep 1174[436]

14.      LOPE López.  Bishop of Segovia. 

Lope Díaz had three illegitimate children by an unknown mistress:

15.       SANCHO López.  Archdeacon at Calahorra. 

16.       MARTÍN López (-after 1194).  According to Llorente, he was ancestor of “la casa de Abellaneda” although he cites no primary source in support[437]. 

17.       ALONSO López.  Señor de Villandrando.  

 

 

DIEGO López "el Bueno", son of LOPE Díaz Conde [de Haro], Señor de Vizcaya & his second wife Aldonza Rodríguez (-Burgos 16 Sep 1214).  “Dieco Lopiz [filius] de comité Lope de Biscadie” subscribed a charter dated 1124 of Santa María la Real de Nájera[438]Comes Lupus” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Faiola by charter dated 1170 which names “filius meus Garcia”, and is witnessed by “Diagus Lopez et Lop Lopez…[439].  He succeeded his father in 1170 as Señor de VizcayaConde: “Comitissa Dompna Endolza” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated 20 Jun 1171, which states that “comes Lupus maritus meus” founded the monastery, and is witnessed by “…Didacus Lopez filius comitis Lupi, Rodericus frater eius…[440].  Alférez of Alfonso VIII King of Castile 13 Apr 1183 to 21 Jun 1187, and 29 Sep 1188 to 6 May 1199.  "Domna Alduenza cometissa…olim…domni Lupi comitis uxor" donated property to the monastery of San Millán de la Cogolla by charter dated 1187, witnessed by "domnus Didacus Lupiz, domna Mencia cometissa, domna Alduenza, domna Tota Camensis abbatissa, domnus Sancius Lupiz…"[441].  "…Didaco Lupi tenente Asturias Sarriam et Montem nigrem et Taurum…" subscribed the charter dated 11 Nov 1204 under which Alfonso IX King of León confirmed a donation of revenue from wine cellars at Castrelo to Santiago de Compostela[442].  The Annales Compostellani record the death “XVI Kal Oct” in 1214 of “Didacus Lupi de Faro[443].  The Anales Toledanos record the death 16 Sep 1214 of “Diago Lopez, fillo del Conde D. Lop[444]

m firstly (before 1190, divorced 1192) MARÍA Manrique de Lara, daughter of conde MANRIQUE Pérez de Lara & his wife Ermesinde de Narbonne.  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "Conde D. Pedro de Molina, D. Mafalda Manrique, D. Maria Manrique", another passage recording that "D. Diego Lopez" married "D. Maria Manrique" who left him "con un herrero en Burgos"[445].  "Comes Petrus…cum uxore mea Margarita" donated "hæreditatem de Grudis" to found a monastery, confirmed by "sororum Mariæ et…Santia Marric", by charter dated 11 Mar 1187[446]

m secondly (1193) TODA Pérez, daughter of PEDRO Ruiz de Azagra Señor de Albarracín & his wife Toda Pérez de Arazuri (-16 Jan 1216).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos records that "D. Diego Lopez" married secondly "D. Toda Perez, hija de D. Pedro Rodriguez de Azagra"[447].  The Annales Compostellani record the death “XVII Kal Feb” in 1216 of “Toda Perez uxor Didaci Lupi de Faro[448]

Diego López & his first wife had one child: 

1.         LOPE Díaz “Cabeza brava” (1192-18 Oct 1236, bur Nájera, monastery Santa María).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Lope Diaz de Haro Cabezabrava" as the child of "D. Diego Lopez" and his first wife "D. Maria Manrique"[449].  He succeeded his father in 1214 as Señor de Vizcaya

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Diego López & his second wife had [five] children:

2.         TERESA Díaz de Haro ).  Szabolcs de Vajay records her parentage and marriage, dating the marriage to "after 1210", but does not cite the primary source on which the information is based[450]The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos does not name the wife of Infante don Sancho Fernández[451]m (after 1210[452]) Infante don SANCHO Fernández de León, son of FERNANDO II King of León & his third wife Urraca López de Haro (1186-Cañamero 25 Aug 1220, bur Cistercian monastery of Santa María de Perales).  Señor de Monteagudo y Aguilar.    

3.         PEDRO Díaz (-after 1210).  Señor de Carcar. 

4.         MARÍA Díaz .  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "Condesa D. Urraca Diaz de Canas, D. Maria" as the children of "D. Diego Lopez" and his second wife "D. Toda Perez, hija de D. Pedro Rodriguez de Azagra", adding in a later passage that "El Conde D. Gonçalo" married "D. Maria"[453]m conde GONZALO Núñez de Lara, son of conde NUÑO Pérez de Lara & his wife Teresa Fernández de Traba (-after 1225). 

5.         MENCÍA Díaz The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos records that "D. Alvaro Diaz" married "D. Teresa" (no patronymic stated)[454]m ÁLVARO Díaz Señor de los Cameros, son of DIEGO Jiménez de los Cameros & his wife Guiomar Rodríguez de Traba (-after 1219). 

6.         URRACA Díaz de Haro .  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "Condesa D. Urraca Diaz de Canas, D. Maria" as the children of "D. Diego Lopez" and his second wife "D. Toda Perez, hija de D. Pedro Rodriguez de Azagra", a later passage noting that "El Conde D. Alvaro Nuñez de Lara" married "D. Urraca de Canas", adding that the couple was childless, and another passage that "D. Ruy Diaz señor de los Cameros" married "D. Urraca Diaz"[455]"Comes donus Alvarus regis et regni Castellæ procurator et uxor mea comitissa doña Urraca" donated "villam…Castrum-Viridi" to the Order of Santiago by charter dated 18 May 1217[456].  The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós records that “la condesa doña Urraca” married secondly “don Diaz Ximenez señor de los Cameros[457], but until further corroboration comes to light it is assumed that there is confusion with her sister Mencía.  m ÁLVARO Núñez de Lara, son of NUÑO Pérez de Lara & his wife Teresa Fernández de Traba (-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. 

7.         [ALDONZA Díaz (-after 8 Jan 1221)Rodericus Didaci de Camberiis…cum uxore mea Alducia Didaci” donated property to the monastery of Santa María de Cañas by charter dated 8 Jan 1221[458].  As noted above, the Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "Condesa D. Urraca Diaz de Canas, D. Maria" as the children of "D. Diego Lopez" adds in a later passage that "D. Ruy Diaz señor de los Cameros" married "D. Urraca Diaz" (as her second husband)[459].  The 8 Jan 1221 charter shows that Rodrigo´s wife was named Aldonza.  However, it is possible that the Nobiliario correctly stated Aldonza´s parentage, merely confusing her name with that of her sister.  It should be noted that Rodrigo´s brother Álvaro is recorded as having married another daughter of Diego López.  It appears a reasonable hypothesis that the two brothers married two sisters.  m RODRIGO Díaz Señor de los Cameros, son of DIEGO Jiménez de los Cameros & his wife Guiomar Rodríguez de Traba (-after 8 Jan 1221).] 

 

 

LOPE Díaz “Cabeza brava”, son of DIEGO López “el Bueno” Conde [de Haro], Señor de Vizcaya & his first wife María Manrique de Lara (1192-18 Oct 1236, bur Nájera, monastery Santa María).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Lope Diaz de Haro Cabezabrava" as the child of "D. Diego Lopez" and his first wife "D. Maria Manrique"[460].  He succeeded his father in 1214 as Señor de Vizcaya.  Alférez Mayor of Fernando III King of Castile 6 Jun 1217 to 17 Oct 1236.  The Annales Compostellani record the death in 1236 of “Lupus Didaci de Faro[461]

m ([1215, before 25 Dec 1218]) URRACA Alfonso de León, illegitimate daughter of ALFONSO IX King of Leon & his mistress Inés Iñíguez de Mendoza ([1197]-[1242/1258]).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Urraca Alonso" as the child of King Alfonso IX and "D. Ines Íñiguez de Mendoça", adding in a later passage that "D. Lope Diaz de Haro Cabezabrava" married "D. Urraca Alonso, hija del Rey D. Alonso de Leon no legitima, i de D. Ines de Mendoça"[462].  "Doña Urraca Alfonso…con mis fijos don Diago Lopez, e don Alvar Perez, e doña Mencia, e don Alfonso Lopez, e don Lop, y don Fernando, y don Malrrique" acknowledged payment of a debt by the Order of Santiago owed to their husband/father by charter dated 1233[463]

Mistress (1)TODA de Santa Gadea, daughter of ---.  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Toda de Santa Gadea" as the mother of "D. Diego Lopez de Salcedo", son of "D. Lope Diaz…Cabeçabrava"[464]

Lope Díaz & his wife had ten children:

1.         DIEGO López (-Baños de Río Tobia 4 Oct 1254, bur Santa María la Real de Nájera).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Diego Lopez, D. Sancho Lopez, D. Lope Lopez el Chico, A. Alonso Lopez, D. Mencia Lopez" as the children of "D. Lope Diaz…Cabeçabrava" and his wife "D. Urraca Alonso"[465].  He succeeded his father in 1236 as Señor de Vizcaya, Señor de Haro. 

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2.         TERESA López de Harom firstly ([1220]) as his second wife, NUÑO Sánchez, son of Infante don SANCHO de Aragón Comte de Roussillon et de Cerdanya & his second wife Sancha Núñez de Lara ([1185]-1242).  He succeeded his father in 1226 as Comte de Roussillon et Cerdanya.  m secondly ([31 Mar 1243]) as his second wife, RODRIGO González Girón, son of GONZALO Rodríguez Girón & his first wife Sancha Rodríguez ([1190]-Feb 1256, bur Monasterio de Benavides). 

3.         ÁLVARO Pérez de Haro (-after 1236).  "Doña Urraca Alfonso…con mis fijos don Diago Lopez, e don Alvar Perez, e doña Mencia, e don Alfonso Lopez, e don Lop, y don Fernando, y don Malrrique" acknowledged payment of a debt by the Order of Santiago owed to their husband/father by charter dated 1233[466]

4.         MENCÍA López (-1270, bur Nájera)The Breve Chronicon Alcobacense records that "Sanchium" married "uxorem de uiliori genere…Eluiram Lupi" whom he abandoned and who afterwards married "coadiutor germanus suus"[467].  A Chronica Breve records that "el Rey dom Sancho…chamado capello" married "Micia Lopez"[468].   The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Diego Lopez, D. Sancho Lopez, D. Lope Lopez el Chico, A. Alonso Lopez, D. Mencia Lopez" as the children of "D. Lope Diaz…Cabeçabrava" and his wife "D. Urraca Alonso", an earlier passage recording that "D. Sancho Rey de Portugal" married "D. Mencia Lopez de Haro, hija de Lope Diaz Cabeça brava i de D. Urraca Alonso", and a later passage that "D. Alvaro Perez de Castro" married "D. Mencia Lopez" but was childless by her[469].  "Doña Urraca Alfonso…con mis fijos don Diago Lopez, e don Alvar Perez, e doña Mencia, e don Alfonso Lopez, e don Lop, y don Fernando, y don Malrrique" acknowledged payment of a debt by the Order of Santiago owed to their husband/father by charter dated 1233[470]"Don Alvar Perez" sold the villa de Paredes to "donna Mencia Lopez" by charter dated 1237[471].  "Doña Mencía López de Haro reina de Portugal, mujer de Sancho II rey de dicho reino" donated "unas casas en Padiella, Abarca y Villa-Ramiro" to the Order of Calatrava by charter dated 22 May 1255[472]m firstly (1228) as his second wife, ÁLVARO Pérez de Castro, son of PEDRO Fernández de Castro “él de la Guerra” & his first wife Jimena Gómez (-Orgaz 1240, bur Valbuena).  Conde de Urgel by right of his first wife.  Alférez of Alfonso IX King of Leon 10 Mar 1221 to 3 Jul 1221 and 14 Nov 1221 to 8 Aug 1222, mayordomo 3 May 1223.  m secondly ([1246]) dom SANCHO II "o Capello" King of Portugal, son of dom AFONSO II King of Portugal & his wife Infanta doña Urraca de Castilla (8 Nov 1207-Toledo 3 Jan 1248, bur Toledo Cathedral). 

5.         BERENGUELA López (-after 1277)The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos records that "D. Ruy Gonçalez Giron" married "D. Berenguera Lopez de Salzedo, hija de D. Juan Garcia de Salzedo"[473]"Doña Berenguela López de Haro, mujer de Rodrigo González Girón mayordomo mayor del rey San Fernando III" donated San Román de Cubas to the Order of Santiago by charter dated 14 May 1254[474].  “Doña Berenguela López…don Gonzalvo Ramirez e don Gonzalvo Garcia e don Diego Ordoñez massessores de don Rodrigo Gonzalvez” donated “las iglesias de Villacid” to Benevivas monastery by charter dated Apr 1257, which recalls a donation by “don Diego e doña Maria Frolaz[475].  Alfonso X King of Castile confirmed the agreement made concerning the pension to be paid to "doña Berenguela López de Haro, hija de Lope Díaz de Haro, XI señor de Vizcaya y de doña Urraca Alfonso su mujer, y viuda de Rodrigo González Girón" by charter dated 22 Feb 1258[476].  Alfonso X King of Castile exchanged property with "donna Berenguella Lopez fija de don Lope Diaz de Haro et de donna Urraca" by charter dated 1277[477]m as his third wife, her sister's husband, RODRIGO González Girón, son of GONZALO Rodríguez Girón & his first wife Sancha Rodríguez ([1190]-Feb 1256, bur monasterio de Benavides). 

6.         SANCHO López .  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Diego Lopez, D. Sancho Lopez, D. Lope Lopez el Chico, A. Alonso Lopez, D. Mencia Lopez" as the children of "D. Lope Diaz…Cabeçabrava" and his wife "D. Urraca Alonso"[478]. 

7.         ALFONSO López de Haro (-[1263/8 Feb 1268]).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Diego Lopez, D. Sancho Lopez, D. Lope Lopez el Chico, A. Alonso Lopez, D. Mencia Lopez" as the children of "D. Lope Diaz…Cabeçabrava" and his wife "D. Urraca Alonso"[479].  "Doña Urraca Alfonso…con mis fijos don Diago Lopez, e don Alvar Perez, e doña Mencia, e don Alfonso Lopez, e don Lop, y don Fernando, y don Malrrique" acknowledged payment of a debt by the Order of Santiago owed to their husband/father by charter dated 1233[480].  Señor de los Cameros, by right of his wife.  The abbot of San Gil de Logroño exchanged property at Herce with "don Alfonso Lópiz de Faro e con dona María Álvarez su mujer" by charter dated Apr 1242[481].  "Aldefonsus Lupi de Faro et eius uxor dompna Maria Alvarez de los Camberos" donated the villa de Herce to the monastery of Santa Mará by charter dated 25 Nov 1246[482].  The same couple made a series of donations to Santa María de Herce and founded other monasteries by charters dated the same date, which together amount to the foundation of the main monastery[483].  "Dona María Álvarez…conmigo don Johan Alfons mio fijo" donated property inherited from her father (not named) to the monastery of Santa María de Herce, with the consent of "don Alfonso", by charter dated 5 Sep [1248][484].  "Juan de Huércanos…" sold property in Las Luengas, near the Yalde river to "don Alfonso López de Faro" by charter dated 1 Nov 1251, the dating clause of which calls the buyer "so el rey señor en Nágera don Alfonso López sobredicho"[485].  Alfonso X King of Castille sold various properties in Sevilla to "don Alff[-onsso] López" by charter dated 30 Jul 1253[486].  "Alfonso López de Faro e…dona Sancha Gil" donated "Villieylla" to the monastery of Santa María de Herce, with the consent of "Johan Alfonso", by charter dated 20 Nov 1261[487].  "Alffonsso Lopes de Ffaro" donated property to the monastery of Cañas, for the soul of "donna Sancha Gil mi mugier", by charter dated 1262, confirmed by "Johan Alffonsso ffijo de don Alffonsso Lopes de Ffaro"[488].  "don Alfonsso López" consented to an agreement between the councils of Arnedo and Herce by charter dated 1263[489]m firstly (before Apr 1242) his first cousin, MARÍA Álvarez Señora de los Cameros, daughter of ÁLVARO Díaz Señor de los Cameros & his wife Mencía Díaz (-after 5 Sep [1248]).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Teresa Alvarez" as the child of "D. Alvaro Diaz" and his wife "D. Teresa", recording in an earlier passage that "D. Alonso Lopez", son of "D. Lope Diaz…Cabeçabrava", married "D. Teresa Alvarez"[490].  The abbot of San Gil de Logroño exchanged property at Herce with "don Alfonso Lópiz de Faro e con dona María Álvarez su mujer" by charter dated Apr 1242[491].  "Aldefonsus Lupi de Faro et eius uxor dompna Maria Alvarez de los Camberos" donated the villa de Herce to the monastery of Santa Mará by charter dated 25 Nov 1246[492].  The same couple made a series of donations to Santa María de Herce and founded other monasteries by charters dated the same date[493].  "Dona María Álvarez…conmigo don Johan Alfons mio fijo" donated property inherited from her father (not named) to the monastery of Santa María de Herce, with the consent of "don Alfonso", by charter dated 5 Sep [1248][494]m secondly (before 12 Nov 1257) SANCHA Gil, daughter of GIL Vásquez de Soverosa & his third wife María González Girón (-after 1262).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Juan Gil, D. Fernan Gil, D. Gonçalo Gil sin hijos, D. Sancha Gil, D. Dordia Gil" as the children of "D. Gil Vazquez de Soverosa" and his third wife "D. Maria Gonçalez Giron"[495]Alfonso X King of Castile granted "la villa de Villiella d´Ocón con la deffessa que es cerca desta villa quel dizen Árbol del Rey" to "doña Sancha Gil mugier de don Alffonsso López" by charter dated 12 Nov 1257[496]A charter dated 10 Aug 1259 records the settlement of a dispute between the town of Ocón and "doña Sancha Gil" about "la villa de Velilla de Ocón"[497].  Alfonso X King of Castile confirmed the possession of "la villa de Villiella d´Ocón" to "doña Sancha Gil…[e] don Alffonso López" by charter dated 9 May 1260[498].  "Don Pero Guzmán" exchanged properties "en el término de Ocón e de Villiella" with "doña Sancha Gil mi hermana", with the consent of "don Alffonsso López mi marido", by charter dated 6 Jun 1261[499].  "Alfonso López de Faro e…dona Sancha Gil" donated "Villieylla" to the monastery of Santa María de Herce, with the consent of "Johan Alfonso", by charter dated 20 Nov 1261[500].  "Alffonsso Lopes de Ffaro" donated property to the monastery of Cañas, for the soul of "donna Sancha Gil mi mugier", by charter dated 1262, confirmed by "Johan Alffonsso ffijo de don Alffonsso Lopes de Ffaro"[501].  Alfonso & his first wife had one child: 

a)         JUAN Alfonso de Haro (before 5 Sep [1248]-after 7 Mar 1312)The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Juan Alonso de Alfaro el viejo" as the son of "D. Alonso Lopez", son of "D. Lope Diaz…Cabeçabrava", and his wife "D. Teresa Alvarez", adding that he died 15 Nov "Era de 1264" (1226, which means that he is confused with another individual in this source)[502].  "Dona María Álvarez…conmigo don Johan Alfons mio fijo" donated property inherited from her father (not named) to the monastery of Santa María de Herce, with the consent of "don Alfonso", by charter dated 5 Sep [1248][503].  The abbess of Santa María de Herce granted property to "don Johan Alffonso fijo de don Alffon[so L]ópez e de doña María Álvarez" by charter dated 9 Jun 1250[504].  "Alffonsso Lopes de Ffaro" donated property to the monastery of Cañas, for the soul of "donna Sancha Gil mi mugier", by charter dated 1262, confirmed by "Johan Alffonsso ffijo de don Alffonsso Lopes de Ffaro"[505].  Señor de los Cameros.  "Iohannis Alfonsi filius…Alfonsi Lupi de Faro et nobilis uxoris eius domne Marie Alvari et…domna Constancia Alfonsi uxor eius" agreed to waive payment of tribute and provision of services by the vassals of the monastery of Santa María de Herce by charter dated 8 Feb [1268][506]Alférez of Fernando IV King of Castile 7 Mar 1312.  m (before 8 Feb [1268]) CONSTANZA Alfonso de Meneses, daughter of ALFONSO Téllez de Meneses, Señor de Meneses & his first wife MARÍA Yáñez de Lima.  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Alonso Tellez, Rodrigo Alonso, D. Mayor Alonso, D. Teresa Alonso" as the children of "D. Alonso Tellez de Meneses de Cordova" and his wife "D. Mariannez", an earlier passage recording that "D. Juan Alonso de Alfaro el viejo" married "D. Mayor o Teresa Alonso"[507].  Her correct name is recorded in the charter dated 8 Feb [1268] under which "Iohannis Alfonsi filius…Alfonsi Lupi de Faro et nobilis uxoris eius domne Marie Alvari et…domna Constancia Alfonsi uxor eius" agreed to waive payment of tribute and provision of services by the vassals of the monastery of Santa María de Herce[508].  Juan & his wife had four children: 

i)          MARIA Alfonso de Haro (-1320)Her first marriage is confirmed by Zurita who names “Felipe de Castro...yerno de D. Iuan Alonso de Haro” when recording his part in the recapture of Albarracín from “Don Iuan Nuñez” in 1300, although he considers that this was a different daughter from the wife of Ramón Folch de Cardona as he adds in the same passage that “Don Iuan Alonso estava muy emparentado en Aragon y casó otra hija en Cataluña...Doña Maria Aluarez con Don Ramon Folch Vizconde de Cardona[509].  The Crónica del Rey Fernando IV records that “Remon Falque señor de Cardena” was married to “doña Mari Álvarez fija de don Juan Alfonso de Haro”, dated to 1304[510]m firstly (before 1300) FELIPE Fernández Señor de Castro, son of FERNÁN Sánchez Señor de Castro y Pomar [de Aragón] & his wife --- (-before 1304).  m secondly RAMON FOLC [VI] de Cardona Vizconde de Cardona, son of RAMON FOLC [V] Vescomte de Cardona & his second wife Sibila de Empúries (-31 Oct 1320). 

ii)         JUAN Alfonso de Haro (-beheaded Logroño 1333).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Juan Alonso de Haro señor de Cameros, Alvaro Diaz de Alfaro" as children of "D. Juan Alonso de Alfaro el viejo" and his wife "D. Mayor o Teresa Alonso"[511].  Señor de los Cameros.  "Johan Alffonso de Haro fijo de don Johan Alffonso de Haro, señor de los Cameros" agreed not to disturb the monastery of Santa María de Herce by charter dated 25 Mar 1327[512]m as her first husband, MARÍA Fernández de Luna, daughter of ARTAL de Luna [Ricohombre de Aragón] & his wife Constanza de Aragón Señora de Segorbe (-[1347]).  She married secondly Juan Alfonso de la Cerda Señor de Gibraleón. 

iii)        ÁLVARO Díaz de los Cameros .  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Juan Alonso de Haro señor de Cameros, Alvaro Diaz de Alfaro" as children of "D. Juan Alonso de Alfaro el viejo" and his wife "D. Mayor o Teresa Alonso"[513].  m MARÍA Alfonso Coronel, daughter of GONZALO Annes Coronel & his wife Teresa López de Páramo.  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos records that "Alvaro Diaz de Alfaro", son of "D. Juan Alonso de Alfaro el viejo" and his wife, married "D. Maria Alonso"[514].  Álvaro & his wife had two children: 

(a)       INÉS Álvarez (-after 1369)m PEDRO Núñez de Guzmán

(b)       ALONSO López de Haro .  Señor de los Cameros.  m LEONOR de Saldaña, daughter of FERNAN Ruiz de Saldaña & his wife ---.  Her family origin and marriage are confirmed by Ayala´s Crónica de Pedro I which names her son “Don Juan Alfonso de Haro, fijo de Don Alfonso Lopez de Haro é de Doña Leonor de Saldaña[515]Alonso & his wife had two children: 

(1)       JUAN Alonso de Haro (-1369).  Ayala´s Crónica de Pedro I records that “Don Juan Alfonso de Haro, fijo de Don Alfonso Lopez de Haro é de Doña Leonor de Saldaña” defected from King Pedro I in 1354 and went to “Montalegre, lugar de Don Juan Alfonso de Alburquerque[516].  Señor de los Cameros. 

(2)       TERESA de Haro m JUAN Ruiz de Baeza, Señor de la Guardia, son of ---. 

b)         ALONSO Téllez de los Cameros (-young). 

8.         LOPE López .  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Diego Lopez, D. Sancho Lopez, D. Lope Lopez el Chico, A. Alonso Lopez, D. Mencia Lopez" as the children of "D. Lope Diaz…Cabeçabrava" and his wife "D. Urraca Alonso"[517].  "Doña Urraca Alfonso…con mis fijos don Diago Lopez, e don Alvar Perez, e doña Mencia, e don Alfonso Lopez, e don Lop, y don Fernando, y don Malrrique" acknowledged payment of a debt by the Order of Santiago owed to their husband/father by charter dated 1233[518]Señor de la Guardia y Bailen.  m BERENGUELA González de Girón, daughter of GONZALO --- de Girón & his wife ---.  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos records that "D. Lope Lopez el Chico" married "D. Berenguela Gonçalez Giroa"[519].  Lope & his wife had five children: 

a)         DIEGO López de Campos (-murdered Alfano ----).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "Diego Lopez de Campos, D. Loy Diaz, D. Maria" as the children of "D. Lope Lopez el Chico" and his wife "D. Berenguela Gonçalez Giroa", adding that Diego was killed by "el Rey D. Sancho en Alfano"[520]. 

b)         LOPE Díaz .  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "Diego Lopez de Campos, D. Loy Diaz, D. Maria" as the children of "D. Lope Lopez el Chico" and his wife "D. Berenguela Gonçalez Giroa"[521].  m MAYOR Arias, daughter of JUAN Díaz de Feniosara & his wife Nicor Álvarez.  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos records that "D. Loy Diaz" married "D. Mayor Ayras"[522].  Lope & his wife had two children: 

i)          DIEGO López de Haro .  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Diego Lopez de Alfaro llamado el Chico" as the son of "D. Loy Diaz" and his wife "D. Mayor Ayras"[523].  m SANCHA [Juana] Gómez, daughter of DIEGO Gómez de Castañeda & his wife Juana Fernández.  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Mayor Gomez, D. Sancha o Iuana Gomez" as the children of "D. Diego Gomez de Castañeda" and his wife "D. Juana Fernandez", an earlier passage recording that "D. Diego Lopez de Alfaro llamado el Chico" married "D. Juana, o Sancha Gomez"[524]

ii)         BERENGUELA López de Haro (-after 6 Feb 1277).  "Doña Berenguela López de Haro, hija de Lope Díaz de Haro" exchanged "las villas de Fuelmantos y Belorado…por la mitad de la villa de Escalante y otros bienes" by charter dated 6 Feb 1277[525]

c)         RUY López de Haro .  Señor de La Guardia.  m SANCHA Jofre Tenorio, daughter of ---.  Ruy & his wife had one child: 

i)          JUANA Ruiz de HaroSzabolcs de Vajay records her parentage and marriage, on the assumption that she was the wife of the younger "Diego Sánchez de Fines" (and mother of the daughter who is named in the document CASTILE & LEON, COUNTS & KINGS)[526].  The primary source which confirms her parentage and marriage has not yet been identified.  m (after 1270) [as his second wife,] DIEGO Sánchez de Fines, son of SANCHO Fernández [León] & his wife Teresa Gómez de Roa (-after [May/Jun] 1282). 

d)         MARÍA López de Haro .  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "Diego Lopez de Campos, D. Loy Diaz, D. Maria" as the children of "D. Lope Lopez el Chico" and his wife "D. Berenguela Gonçalez Giroa", recording in a later passage that "D. Ruy Gil de Villalobos" married "D. Maria"[527]m RODRIGO Gil de Villalobos Señor de Villalobos, son of GIL Manrique Señor de Manzanedo & his wife Teresa Fernández (-[1289]). 

e)         BERENGUELA López de Haro (-after Oct 1295).  Abbess of Las Huelgas de Burgos.  "Rodriguez de Villa Lobos et…donna Mayor de Villa Lobos fiia de Lope Rodriguez de Villalobos" ratified the donation of property to the monastery of Las Huelgas de Burgos made by "donna Berenguella Lopez nuestra tia abbades que ffue del monesterio", by charter dated Aug 1326[528]

9.         FERNANDO López (-after 1233).  "Doña Urraca Alfonso…con mis fijos don Diago Lopez, e don Alvar Perez, e doña Mencia, e don Alfonso Lopez, e don Lop, y don Fernando, y don Malrrique" acknowledged payment of a debt by the Order of Santiago owed to their husband/father by charter dated 1233[529]

10.       MANRIQUE López (-after 1236).  "Doña Urraca Alfonso…con mis fijos don Diago Lopez, e don Alvar Perez, e doña Mencia, e don Alfonso Lopez, e don Lop, y don Fernando, y don Malrrique" acknowledged payment of a debt by the Order of Santiago owed to their husband/father by charter dated 1233[530]

Lope Díaz had one illegitimate child by an unknown mistress: 

11.       ALONSO López de HaroGrand Commander of the Order of Santiago. 

Lope Díaz had one illegitimate child by Mistress (1): 

12.       DIEGO López de Haro The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Toda de Santa Gadea" as the mother of "D. Diego Lopez de Salcedo", son of "D. Lope Diaz…Cabeçabrava"[531].  Adelantado mayor of Guipuzcoa.  m TERESA Álvarez de Lara, daughter of ÁLVAR Fernández de Lara & his wife María Alfonso.  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos records that "D. Diego Lopez de Salcedo" married "D. Teresa Alvarez, hija de Alvaro Fernandez Potestade"[532].  Diego & his wife had one child: 

a)         MARÍA DíazThe Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Maria Diaz" as daughter of "D. Diego Lopez de Salcedo" and his wife "D. Teresa Alvarez, hija de Alvaro Fernandez Potestade", recording in an earlier passage that "D. Alonso Sanchez" married "D. Maria Diaz de Salzedo", in another passage that "Lope o Loy de Mendoça" married "D. Maria Diaz", and in a fourth passage that "Nuno o Maño Diaz de Castañeda" married "D. Maria Diaz" (adding that the couple was childless)[533]m firstly NUÑO Díaz de Castañeda, son of DIEGO Gómez de Castañeda & his wife Mayor Álvarez de Asturiasm secondly ALFONSO Sánchez de Castilla, illegitimate son of SANCHO IV "el Bravo" King of Castile and León & his mistress María Pérez.  m thirdly LOPE de Mendoza, son of ---. 

Lope Díaz had one illegitimate child by an unknown mistress: 

13.       SANCHO López de Cardenas Ancestor of the family of CARDENAS[534]

 

 

DIEGO López, son of LOPE Díaz “Cabeza bravo” Señor de Vizcaya, Señor de Haro & his Urraca Alfonso de León (-Baños de Río Tobia 4 Oct 1254, bur Santa María la Real de Nájera).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Diego Lopez, D. Sancho Lopez, D. Lope Lopez el Chico, A. Alonso Lopez, D. Mencia Lopez" as the children of "D. Lope Diaz…Cabeçabrava" and his wife "D. Urraca Alonso"[535].  "Doña Urraca Alfonso…con mis fijos don Diago Lopez, e don Alvar Perez, e doña Mencia, e don Alfonso Lopez, e don Lop, y don Fernando, y don Malrrique" acknowledged payment of a debt by the Order of Santiago owed to their husband/father by charter dated 1233[536].  He succeeded his father in 1236 as Señor de Vizcaya, Señor de Haro.  Alférez of Fernando III King of Castile 2 Sep 1237 to 12 Jul 1241, and 18 Feb 1243 to 2 Mar 1254.  He died accidentally. 

m CONSTANCE de Béarn, daughter of GUILLÉN de Moncada [III], Vicomte de Béarn & his wife Gersende de Provence [Aragón].  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos records that "D. Diego Lopez señor de Biscaya" married "D. Constança de Bearne hermana de Gascon de Bearne"[537]. 

Diego López & his wife had [five] children:

1.         LOPE Díaz [VII] de Haro ([1245]-murdered Alfaro Jul 1288).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "Conde D. Lope, D. Diego, D. Urraca Diaz" as the children of "D. Diego Lopez señor de Biscaya" and his wife "D. Constança de Bearne hermana de Gascon de Bearne"[538].  The mid-14th Century Nobiliario of Pedro de Portugal Conde de Barcelós names “el conde don Lope” as the son of “don Diego Lopez” and his wife, adding that he was murdered by Sancho IV King of Castile “en Alfaro[539].  He succeeded his father as Señor de Vizcaya, Señor de Haro.  Alférez Mayor of Alfonso X King of Castile.  Mayordomo of Sancho IV King of Castile 2 Dec 1286-15 Feb 1288.  Regent of Castile.  The Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis records that “Rex Dns Sancius” killed “Comitem Dnm Lupum, in Alfaro” in 1287[540]m (1269) JUANA Alfonso de Molina, daughter of Infante don ALFONSO de León Señor de Molina & his second wife Teresa González de Lara ([1245/6]-after 1280).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Juana muger del Conde" as the child of "El Infante D. Alonso" (but does not name her mother), and adds in a later passage that "Conde D. Lope", son of "D. Diego Lopez señor de Biscaya", married "D. Juana"[541].  Lope & his wife had two children: 

a)         DIEGO López de Haro (-[1288/92]).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Diego que murio moço, D. Maria" as the children of "El Conde D. Lope señor de Biscaya" and his wife[542].  He succeeded his father as Señor de Vizcaya, Señor de Haro. 

b)         MARÍA Díaz de Haro ([1274]-monastery of Perales 3 Nov 1342)The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Diego que murio moço, D. Maria" as the children of "El Conde D. Lope señor de Biscaya", an earlier passage in the same source recording that "El Infante D. Juan" married "D. Maria"[543].  She succeeded her brother as Señora de Vizcaya, Señora de Haro.  Her inheritance was disputed by her uncle Diego López de Haro, whom her husband defeated.  The testament of "doña Maria…reyna de Castilla, de Leon, y señora de Molina", dated 29 Jun 1321, names "el Rey D. Fernando mio fijo", makes donations for the souls of "el Rey don Sancho…doña Blanca mi hermana señora que fue de Molina...el Ynfante D. Enrique mio fijo", provides for "el Rey don Alfonso mio nieto…la Infanta doña Isabel mi fija…Infante don Felipe mio fijo…doña Maria mia sobrina muger que fue del Infante d. Juan"[544].  Ayala´s Crónica de Enrique II records in 1373 the claim made by “Doña Maria de Lara fija de Don Ferrando de la Cerda” to “las tierras de Lara é de Vizcaya”, which states that “Don Lope...una fija...Doña Maria...Señora de Vizcaya” married “el Infante Don Juan de Castilla[545]m (before 11 May 1287) as his second wife, Infante don JUAN de Castilla y León, Señor de Valencia de Campos y Mansilla, son of ALFONSO X "el Sabio" King of Castile & his wife Infanta doña Violante de Aragón (Seville [15 May/25 Jul] 1260-Vega de Granada 25 Jun 1319, bur Burgos). 

2.         DIEGO López [V] de Haro ([1250]-Algeciras 1310).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "Conde D. Lope, D. Diego, D. Urraca Diaz" as the children of "D. Diego Lopez señor de Biscaya" and his wife "D. Constança de Bearne hermana de Gascon de Bearne"[546].  He claimed to succeed his nephew as Señor de Vizcaya, Señor de Haro.  "Diego López de Haro señor de Vizcaya y su mujer doña Violante infanta de Castilla" granted "el lugar de Segoviana, aldea de Santa Olalla" to "doña Sancha Díaz de Haro su hermana" by charter dated 22 Apr 1287[547]Alférez of Sancho IV King of Castile 23 Aug 1284 to 25 Apr 1288.  The Crónica del Rey Fernando IV records that “don Diego Lopez de Haro, que era en Aragon” demanded Vizcaya, which was held by “el infante don Enrique, fijo del rey don Sancho”, after the death of Enrique´s father, dated to [1295] from the context[548]Alférez of King Fernando IV 27 Oct 1296 to 20 Feb 1309, Mayordomo mayor 28 Aug 1307-20 Feb 1309.  The Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis records the death of “Dns Didacus” during the siege of Algeciras in 1310[549]m (1282) Infanta doña VIOLANTE de Castilla y León, daughter of ALFONSO X "el Sabio" King of Castile & his wife Infanta doña Violante de Aragón (1265-[12 Mar 1287/30 Jan 1308]).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos records that "D. Diego", son of "D. Diego Lopez señor de Biscaya", married "D. Violante"[550].  "Diego López de Haro señor de Vizcaya y su mujer doña Violante infanta de Castilla" granted "el lugar de Segoviana, aldea de Santa Olalla" to "doña Sancha Díaz de Haro su hermana" by charter dated 22 Apr 1287[551]Diego & his wife had four children: 

a)         LOPE Díaz de Haro ([1285]-Oct 1322).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Lope sin hijos, D. Fernando, D. Maria" as the children of "D. Diego", son of "D. Diego Lopez señor de Biscaya", and his wife "D. Violante"[552].  Señor de Orduña, Valmaseda, y Villalva de Losa.  Alférez of Fernando IV King of Castile 25 Feb 1310 to 25 May 1311.  The Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis records the death in Oct 1322 of “Dns Lupus, filius Dni Didaci[553]m TERESA López de Villalobos, daughter of LOPE Rodríguez de Villalobos & his wife Berenguela de Castañeda (-after 22 Sep 1344).  Salazar y Castro records her parentage and marriage[554]

b)         FERNANDO Díaz de Haro .  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Lope sin hijos, D. Fernando, D. Maria" as the children of "D. Diego", son of "D. Diego Lopez señor de Biscaya", and his wife "D. Violante"[555].  Señor de Orduña y Valmasedam (1315) as her second husband, dona MARIA de Portugal, widow of TELLO Afonso de Meneses 8th Señor de Meneses, daughter of Infante dom AFONSO de Portugal Senhor de Portalegre & his wife Violante Manuel [de Castilla] ([1290]-).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Maria, D. Isabel, D. Constança" as the children of "El Infante D. Alonso" and his wife "D. Violante", an earlier passage in the same source recording that "D. Tello", son of "D. Alonso llamóse Infante de Molina" and his wife "D. Teresa Alvarez", married "D. Maria", and a later passage that "D. Fernando", son of "D. Diego", married "D. Maria"[556].  Fernando & his wife had two children: 

i)          DIEGO López de Haro (-before 1354)The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Diego" as the son of "D. Fernando" and his wife "D. Maria"[557].  On the other hand, Ayala´s Crónica de Enrique II records in 1373 the claim made by “Doña Maria de Lara fija de Don Ferrando de la Cerda” to “las tierras de Lara é de Vizcaya”, which names “Don Diego” as the son of “Don Lope”, son of “Don Diego hermano del Conde Don Lope[558]Señor de Orduña y Valmaseda.  m JUANA de Castro, daughter of PEDRO Fernández de Castro “él de la Guerra” & his second wife Isabel Ponce de León.  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Fernando de Castro, D. Juana" as the children of "D. Pedro Fernandez de Castro" and his wife "D. Isabel", in another passage recording that "D. Diego", son of "D. Fernando", married "D. Juana de Castro"[559]Ayala´s Crónica de Pedro I records that “Doña Juana de Castro fija de Don Pedro de Castro” married “Don Diego de Haro fijo de Don Lope de Haro, é nieto de Don Diego Señor de Vizcaya[560]She became the mistress (1354) of Pedro I "el Cruel" King of Castile and León.  Ayala´s Crónica de Pedro I records that King Pedro in 1354 declared that “él lo mostraria que con derecho se podia partir de la...Doña Blanca, é que non era su muger” in order to marry “Doña Juana de Castro fija de Don Pedro de Castro que decian de la Guerra...muger que fuera de Don Diego de Haro fijo de Don Lope de Haro é nieto de Don Diego Señor de Vizcaya...”, persuaded “los Obispos Don Sancho de Avila é Don Juan de Salamanca...con muy grande miedo” to proclaim that “el casamiento que el Rey ficiera con Doña Blanca de Borbon era ninguno”, and then married Juana “en la...villa de Cuellar” but left her “otro dia...é nunca vió jamas á la dicha Doña Juana de Castro[561]Pope Innocent VI reprimanded the bishops and ordered the king to return to Blanche de Bourbon[562]Diego & his wife had one child: 

(a)       PEDRO López de Haro (-young).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Pedro o Diego, sin hijos" as the son of "D. Diego", son of "D. Fernando", and his wife "D. Juana de Castro"[563].  Ayala´s Crónica de Enrique II records in 1373 the claim made by “Doña Maria de Lara fija de Don Ferrando de la Cerda” to “las tierras de Lara é de Vizcaya”, which names “Don Pedro” as son of “Don Diego”, son of “Don Lope”, son of “Don Diego hermano del Conde Don Lope”, who died childless[564].  Señor de Orduña y Valmaseda. 

ii)         PEDRO López de Haro (-young). 

c)         PEDRO López de Haro (-young). 

d)         MARÍA Díaz de Haro (-Sep 1320).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Lope sin hijos, D. Fernando, D. Maria" as the children of "D. Diego", son of "D. Diego Lopez señor de Biscaya", and his wife "D. Violante"[565].  Señora de Tordehumos.  The Crónica del Rey Fernando IV records the marriage between “don Juan Nuñez” and “doña Mari Diaz fija del conde don Lope de Haro señor de Vizcaya”, adding that there was no other heir to inherit Vizcaya, dated to 1300 from the context[566].  The Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis records the death in Sep 1320 of “Dna Maria, filia Dni Didaci[567]m (1300) as his third wife, JUAN Núñez de Lara, Señor de Lara y Albarracín, son of JUAN Núñez de Lara Señor de Lara & his [first] wife Teresa Álvarez de Azagra Señora de Albarracín ([before 1273]-Burgos Jul 1315 or after 16 Sep 1315). 

3.         URRACA López de Haro (-1284).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "Conde D. Lope, D. Diego, D. Urraca Diaz" as the children of "D. Diego Lopez señor de Biscaya" and his wife "D. Constança de Bearne hermana de Gascon de Bearne"[568].  m FERNANDO Rodríguez de Castro, Señor de Cigales y Cuellar, son of RODRIGO Ponce de Castro [Cabrera], Señor de Cigales, Mucientes y Santa Olalla & his wife Leonor González de Lara. 

4.         [TERESA Díaz de Haro ([1240/54]-after [1286]).  Ayala´s Crónica de Pedro I records that “Don Juan Nuñez de Lara” married “Doña Teresa, hermana del Conde Don Lope Señor de Vizcaya”, and that they were the parents of “Doña Juana de Lara madre [de] Don Juan Nuñez...[569].  Ayala´s Crónica de Enrique II records in 1373 the claim made by “Doña Maria de Lara fija de Don Ferrando de la Cerda” to “las tierras de Lara é de Vizcaya” which was based on her descent from “Doña Teresa hermana del...Conde Don Lope” and her husband “Don Juan Nuñez de Lara el viejo”, who were the parents of “Doña Juana de Lara” who married “Don Fernando de la Cerda[570]Salazar y Castro records Teresa’s parentage and marriage, without citing any primary source, and indicates that the rights to Vizcaya were inherited by Juan Núñez´s children through this marriage (which only represents a restatement of Ayala)[571].  These passages in Ayala directly contradict the assertion in the Nobiliario of Pedro Barcelos that Juan Núñez´s wife Teresa Álvarez was the mother of all his known children including his daughter Juana, and all the passages in Zurita, quoted in the document CASTILE & LEON NOBILITY (1), which indicate that Teresa Álvarez was still living in 1300.  Salazar y Castro resolves this contradiction by separating Juan Núñez de Lara into two persons, the older married to Teresa Díaz de Haro and the younger, that couple´s son, the husband of Teresa Álvarez de Azagra[572].  The chronology does not support that position.  In particular, if there were two individuals named Juan Núñez, the older would have married Teresa de Azagra and the younger Teresa de Haro: if Ayala´s statements are correct, the marriage to Teresa Díaz must have taken place after Juan married Teresa Álvarez, assuming that the birth of Juan´s daughter Juana “la Palomilla” is correctly dated to the mid-1280s.  In his Pruebas, Salazar y Castro quotes Oihenart´s Notitia utriusque Vasconiæ (written in 1638), which names "Tarasiam Ioanni Nunii Laræ domini coniugem" among the children of Diego López and his wife[573].  Oihenart cites no primary source in support of his statement, so it provides no help towards resolving the contradiction.  Estepa Díaz cites a manuscript in the archives of Simancas, which details the Lara genealogy and the succession to Vizcaya, and names “Don Lope..:Señor de Vizcaya...hermano de padre e madre de doña Teresa, la qual doña Teresa fue madre de doña Iohana de Lara[574].  He does not date the document so it is not known whether it is based on a source different from Ayala.  No charters have yet been identified which name Teresa Díaz de Haro, either in her personal capacity or as the wife of Juan Núñez.  We are left with completely contradictory sources relating to the wives of Juan Núñez de Lara.  Normally the earlier source would be preferred.  However, Zurita cannot be dismissed entirely: his Anales are in general reasonably accurate as many points can be verified against primary sources.  A further point is that none of the names usually associated with the Haro family were used among Juan Núñez’s immediate descendants.  On the hand, it is difficult to believe that the 1373 claim to Vizcaya was based on false data relating to a direct ancestor of King Enrique II’s wife who, it is assumed, would have had access to information to prove her ancestry.  Until further charter evidence emerges, it has been decided to place Teresa Díaz de Haro and her marriage to Juan Núñez in square brackets to highlight the uncertain situation.]  [m as his second wife, JUAN Núñez de Lara, son of NUÑO González de Lara "el Bueno" & his wife Teresa Alfonso (-early 1294).]  

5.         SANCHA Díaz de Haro (-after 22 Apr 1287).  "Diego López de Haro señor de Vizcaya y su mujer doña Violante infanta de Castilla" granted "el lugar de Segoviana, aldea de Santa Olalla" to "doña Sancha Díaz de Haro su hermana" by charter dated 22 Apr 1287[575].  Señora de Olalla. 

 

 

 

 

Chapter 4.    SEÑORES de VIZCAYA (CASTILLA) 1326-1370

 

 

After the death in [1288/92] of Diego López de Haro Señor de Vizcaya (see above, Chapter 1), the señorío of Vizcaya was inherited by his sister María, although this succession was challenged by her paternal uncle Diego López [V] de Haro.  María was the second wife of Infante Juan de Castilla Señor de Valencia de Campos, who was a younger son of Alfonso X “el Sabio” King of Castile.  Their son Juan inherited Vizcaya from his mother but predeceased her in 1326, when the señorío was inherited by his only daughter María who later married Juan Núñez de Lara, son of Fernando de la Cerda who was the younger son of Infante don Fernando “él de la Cerda”, first son of King Alfonso X, whose sons had been deprived of their inheritance by their paternal uncle King Sancho IV.  Vizcaya was inherited in 1350 by Juan and María´s son, Nuño Díaz de Haro, who died childless and was succeeded by his older sister Juana who had married Tello de Castilla, younger brother of Enrique Alfonso Conde de Trastámara (the future King Enrique II).  Juana fell victim to the abuses of King Pedro I and was succeeded briefly by her younger sister Isabel, who was also killed on the orders of the king.  Both sisters died childless, which meant that the direct line of succession to the señorío de Vizcaya became extinct in 1361.  After declaring himself king in 1366, but before defeating King Pedro in 1369, Enrique de Trástamara purported to make a new grant of Vizcaya to his brother Tello.  No record has been found that the grant was confirmed by Enrique after his succession, but in any event Tello continued as señor de Vizcaya.  When Tello died in 1370 without legitimate heirs, he bequeathed Vizcaya to his brother the king.  Another claim to Vizcaya then emerged.  María, younger sister of Juan Núñez de Lara who had died in 1350, had married in France, firstly Charles d´Evreux Comte d´Etampes, and secondly Charles Comte d´Alençon (the younger brother of Philippe VI King of France), and claimed the señorío de Vizcaya on behalf of her sons.  She based the claim on her descent from Teresa Díaz de Haro, a younger sister of Diego [V] López de Haro who had unsuccessfully claimed Vizcaya on the death of his nephew Diego López in [1288/92] (see above).  The circumstances of the claim are described in full in Ayala´s Crónica de Enrique II which records in 1373 that “Doña Maria de Lara fija de Don Ferrando de la Cerda e de Doña Juana de Lara, hermana de Don Juan Nuñez de Lara Señor de Vizcaya, Condesa de Alanzon...primero casada en Francia con el Conde de Estampas...y despues...con el Conde de Alanzon, hermano del Rey Don Phelipe de Francia” claimed “las tierras de Lara é de Vizcaya” from Enrique II King of Castile[576]Ayala records that King Enrique accepted the claim, but on condition that the French claimants installed themselves in Spain, in the knowledge that their land-holdings in France were too important to leave.  

 

 

 

JUAN de Castilla "el Tuerto", son of Infante don JUAN de Castilla y León Señor de Valencia de Campos & his second wife María Díaz de Haro Señora de Vizcaya (after 1293[577]-murdered Toro 2 Dec 1326)The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Juan" as the son of "El Infante D. Juan" and his wife "D. Maria", adding that he was blind in one eye and therefore called "el Tuerto"[578].  He succeeded as Señor de Vizcaya, by right of his mother.  He disputed power with the Infantes don Felipe and don Juan Manuel, on the accession of King Alfonso XI.  The Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis records that “Dns Joannes filius Infantis Dni Emmanuelis et Dns Joannes filius Infantis Dni Joannis” renounced their tutorship over King Alfonso XI in Aug 1325[579].  Supported by the powerful Haro family, he acquired a position of such power in Castile that the king eventually imprisoned him and ordered his death.  The Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis records that the king ordered the death of “Dnm Joannem, filium Infantis Dni Joannis” in 1326[580]Ayala´s Crónica de Enrique II records in 1373 the claim made by “Doña Maria de Lara fija de Don Ferrando de la Cerda” to “las tierras de Lara é de Vizcaya”, which names “Don Juan el Tuerto...Señor de Vizcaya” as the son of “Don Lope...una fija...Doña Maria...Señora de Vizcaya” and her husband “el Infante Don Juan de Castilla[581]

m dona ISABEL de Portugal Senhora de Pinella e Miranda, daughter of Infante dom AFONSO de Portugal Señor de Portoalegre & his wife Violante Manuel [de Castilla-Peñafiel] ([1292]-shortly before 1367).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Maria, D. Isabel, D. Constança" as the children of "El Infante D. Alonso" and his wife "D. Violante", an earlier passage in the same source recording that "D. Juan…el Tuerto" married "D. Isabel"[582]

Juan & his wife had one child: 

1.         MARÍA Díaz de Haro ([1320]-[1348/49])The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Maria" as the daughter of "D. Juanel Tuerto" and his wife "D. Isabel"[583].  She succeeded her father in 1326 as Señora de VizcayaD. Juan Nuñez Señor de Vizcaya y Doña Maria su muger” founded chapels in Burgos Cathedral by charter dated 1346[584]Ayala´s Crónica de Enrique II records in 1373 the claim made by “Doña Maria de Lara fija de Don Ferrando de la Cerda” to “las tierras de Lara é de Vizcaya”, which states that “Doña Maria”, daughter of “Don Juan el Tuerto...Señor de Vizcaya”, married “Don Juan Nuñez de Lara, fijo de Don Ferrando de la Cerda é de Doña Juana de Lara[585]m (Bayonne 1331) JUAN Núñez de Lara Señor de Lara, son of FERNANDO de Castilla Señor de Lara & his wife Juana Núñez de Lara ([1314/15]-Burgos 28 Nov 1350, bur San Pablo de Burgos).  Señor de Vizcaya [1331], by right of his wife. 

-        see below

 

 

JUAN Núñez de Lara Señor de Lara, son of FERNANDO de Castilla Señor de Lara & his wife Juana Núñez de Lara ([1314/15]-Burgos 28 Nov 1350, bur San Pablo de Burgos)The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Juan Nuñez, D. Margarita monja, D. Blanca" as the children of "D. Fernando de la Cerda" and his wife "D. Iuana Nuñez la Palomilla, viuda del Infante D. Enrique"[586].  He succeeded his father in 1322 as Señor de Lara.  Alférez mayor of Alfonso XI "el Justo" King of Castile 16 Feb 1328 to Sep 1332.  Señor de Vizcaya [1331], by right of his wife.  He revolted against Alfonso XI, but surrendered in 1335 after his castle at Lerma was besieged.  Restored as Alférez mayor of Castile Dec 1336 to 21 Sep 1350.  Mayordomo mayor of Castile 20 Mar 1345 to 15 Mar 1348 and 21 Sep 1350.  “D. Juan Nuñez Señor de Vizcaya y Doña Maria su muger” founded chapels in Burgos Cathedral by charter dated 1346[587]Ayala´s Crónica de Pedro I names “Don Juan Nuñez de Lara Señor de Vizcaya” among those present with Alfonso XI King of Castile at Gibraltar in 1350[588]After the accession of Pedro I in 1350, he sheltered Leonor de Guzmán (Alfonso XI's mistress), but she surrendered at Medina Sidonia and was later put to death in Seville.  He died of the plague. 

m (Bayonne 1331) MARÍA Díaz de Haro Señora de Vizcaya, daughter of JUAN de Castilla "el Tuerto" Señor de Vizcaya & his wife dona Isabel de Portugal Senhora de Pinella e Miranda ([1320]-[1348/49]).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos records that "D. Juan Nuñez", son of "D. Fernando de la Cerda" and his wife "D. Iuana Nuñez la Palomilla, viuda del Infante D. Enrique", married "D. Maria"[589].  D. Juan Nuñez Señor de Vizcaya y Doña Maria su muger” founded chapels in Burgos Cathedral by charter dated 1346[590].  Ayala´s Crónica de Enrique II records in 1373 the claim made by “Doña Maria de Lara fija de Don Ferrando de la Cerda” to “las tierras de Lara é de Vizcaya”, which states that “Doña Maria”, daughter of “Don Juan el Tuerto...Señor de Vizcaya”, married “Don Juan Nuñez de Lara, fijo de Don Ferrando de la Cerda é de Doña Juana de Lara[591]

Mistress (1): MAYOR de Leguizamón, daughter of JUAN Señor de Leguizamón & his wife Elvira de Zamudio. 

Don Juan Núñez de Lara & his wife had four children: 

1.         JUANA de Lara ([1333]-murdered Castillo de Castrojeriz [Mar/Apr] 1359)Ayala´s Crónica de Pedro I records the marriage in Segovia in 1353 of “Don Tello” and “Doña Juana de Lara Señora de Vizcaya, fija de Don Juan Nuñez de Lara é de Doña Maria su muger”, to whom he had been betrothed during the lifetime of his father King Alfonso XI, adding that he thereby inherited “el Señorío de Vizcaya[592].  Ayala´s Crónica de Enrique II records in 1373 the claim made by “Doña Maria de Lara fija de Don Ferrando de la Cerda” to “las tierras de Lara é de Vizcaya”, which names “Don Nuño...Doña Juana...Doña Isabel” as the children of “Don Juan Nuñez de Lara Señor de Vizcaya” and his wife “Doña Maria”, all of whom died childless, adding that Juana married “el Conde Don Tello[593].  She succeeded her brother in 1361 as Señora de Lara, Señora de VizcayaShe was murdered on the orders of Pedro I King of Castile.  m (Betrothed before Mar 1350, Segovia 16 Aug 1353) TELLO de Castilla Señor de Aguilar y Castañeda, illegitimate son of ALFONSO XI "el Justo" King of Castile & his mistress Leonor de Guzmán Señora de Medina Sidonia (1337-Cuenca de Campos 15 Oct 1370, bur San Francisco de Palencia).  He was created Señor de Vizcaya, Lara, y Aguilar, Conde de Castañeda by his brother in April 1366.  Tello, in his testament dated 11 Sep 1370, bequeathed Vizcaya and Valmaseda to his brother King Enrique II[594]

2.         ISABEL Díaz de Haro ([1335]-murdered Castillo de Jérez 1361)Ayala´s Crónica de Pedro I the marriage in 1354 of “[el] Infante Don Juan de Aragon” and “Doña Isabel fija de Don Juan Nuñez de Lara”, adding that King Pedro granted “las tierras de Vizcaya é de Lara” to the husband after depriving Tello [who had married Isabel´s older sister] of them[595].  Ayala´s Crónica de Enrique II records in 1373 the claim made by “Doña Maria de Lara fija de Don Ferrando de la Cerda” to “las tierras de Lara é de Vizcaya”, which names “Don Nuño...Doña Juana...Doña Isabel” as the children of “Don Juan Nuñez de Lara Señor de Vizcaya” and his wife “Doña Maria”, all of whom died childless, adding that Isabel married “el Infante Don Juan de Aragon[596].  She succeeded her sister in 1359 as Señora de Lara, Señora de VizcayaShe was imprisoned by Pedro I King of Castile, first at Castrojeriz, subsequently at Jérez where she shared a cell with Queen Blanca.  Ayala´s Crónica de Pedro I records the death “en Xeréz de la Frontera con hierbas que le fueron dadas” in 1361 of “Doña Isabel de Lara, fija de Don Juan Nuñez de Lara é de Doña Maria de Vizcaya su muger”, killed on the orders of the king[597]m (Castojeriz Jul 1354[598]) Infante don JUAN de Aragón Señor de Elche, Biel y Bolsa, son of ALFONSO IV King of Aragon & his wife Infanta doña Leonor de Castilla y León (1334-murdered Bilbao 12 Jun 1358). 

3.         LOPE Díaz de Haro ([1337]-before 1350).  The Nobiliario of Pedro Conde de Barcelos names "D. Lope o Nuño" as the child of "D. Juan Nuñez" and his wife "D. Maria"[599]. 

4.         NUÑO Díaz de Haro (1348-Bermeo shortly after 15 Jan 1352, bur Bermeo).  Ayala´s Crónica de Enrique II records in 1373 the claim made by “Doña Maria de Lara fija de Don Ferrando de la Cerda” to “las tierras de Lara é de Vizcaya”, which names “Don Nuño...Doña Juana...Doña Isabel” as the children of “Don Juan Nuñez de Lara Señor de Vizcaya” and his wife “Doña Maria”, all of whom died childless[600].  He succeeded his father in 1350 as Señor de Lara, Señor de Vizcaya.  Alférez and mayordomo mayor of Pedro I "el Cruel" King of Castile 25 Jan 1351 to 15 Dec 1351.  Ayala´s Crónica de Pedro I records the death in 1351 of “Don Nuño de Lara Señor de Vizcaya[601]

Don Juan Núñez de Lara had two illegitimate children by Mistress (1): 

5.         PEDRO de Lara (after 1348-Lisbon 1384).  Conde de Mayorga, Señor de Castroverde.  m (Lisbon 1384) BEATRIZ de Castro, daughter of ÁLVARO de Castro Conde de Arroyolos [Constable of Portugal] & his wife María Ponce de León.

6.         DIEGO de Lara.

 



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[2] Llorente, J. A. (1808) Noticias Históricas de las tres provincias vascongadas Álava, Guipúzcoa y Vizcaya (Madrid), Vol. V. pp. 428-30. 

[3] Faria i Sousa, F. & Alarcon, F. A. de (eds.) (1641) Nobiliario del Conde de Barcelos Don Pedro (Madrid) ("Pedro Barcelos"), Tit. IX, Biscaya, p. 69. 

[4] Lope García de Salazar Crónica de Vizcaya, cap. 1, cited in Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 429. 

[5] Llorente (1807), Vol. I, p. 115.

[6] Lacarra, J. M. 'Textos navarros del Códice de Roda', Estudios de Edad Media de la Corona de Aragón Vol. I (Zaragoza, 1945) 13 and 17, pp. 236 and 238-9. 

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[10] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 209, p. 144. 

[11] Nobiliario de Pedro Barcelós, Llorente (1808), Vol. V, pp. 571-7. 

[12] Iohannis Abbatis Biclarensis Chronica [581], MGH Auct. ant. XI, p. 216. 

[13] Kennedy, H. (1996) Muslim Spain and Portugal (Longman), p. 7, citing Chalmeta, P. (1994) Invasión e Islamización: la sumisión de Hispania y la formación de al-Andalus (Madrid), p. 50 [not yet consulted]. 

[14] Lafuente, E. (ed. & trans.) (1867) Colección de obras arábicas de historia y geografía, Tome I (Madrid) ("Ajbar Machmua"), p. 38. 

[15] Wolf, K. B. (trans) (1999) Conquerors and Chroniclers of Early Medieval Spain (Liverpool University Press, 2nd ed.), Chronicle of Alfonso III, 13, p. 170. 

[16] Chronicle of Alfonso III, 16, p. 171. 

[17] Chronicle of Alfonso III, 16, p. 171. 

[18] Sebastiani Chronicon, 16, España Sagrada, Tome XIII, p. 486. 

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[21] Sebastiani Chronicon, 16, España Sagrada, Tome XIII, p. 486. 

[22] Chronicle of Alfonso III, 16, p. 171. 

[23] Sebastiani Chronicon, 16, España Sagrada, Tome XIII, p. 486. 

[24] Chronicle of Alfonso III, 19, p. 172. 

[25] Chronicon Sampiri, Asturicensis Episcopi, 1, España Sagrada, Tomo XIV, p. 452. 

[26] Chronicon Albeldense 68, 69, Patrologia Latina Vol. 129, col. 1140A. 

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[28] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 65, p. 76. 

[29] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 75, p. 88. 

[30] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 76, p. 90. 

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[33] Salazar Acha 'Los Velas', p. 23. 

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[35] Llorente (1808), Vol. V., p. 456. 

[36] Lacarra 'Textos navarros del Códice de Roda', 13 and 17, pp. 236 and 238-9. 

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[38] Pérez de Urbel, Fray Justo (1969/70) El condado de Castilla 3 vols. (Madrid), Vol. III, p. 98. 

[39] Salazar Acha 'Los Velas', p. 22. 

[40] Lacarra 'Textos navarros del Códice de Roda', 17, pp. 238-9. 

[41] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 460. 

[42] Lacarra 'Textos navarros del Códice de Roda', 17, pp. 238-9. 

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[45] Colección Diplomática Riojana 46, p. 483. 

[46] Pérez de Urbel (1969/70), Vol. II, p. 91. 

[47] Pérez de Urbel (1969/70), Vol. I, p. 267. 

[48] Ubieto Arteta, A. (ed.) (1981) Cartulario de Albelda (Zaragoza) (“Albelda”), 6, p. 16. 

[49] Lacarra 'Textos navarros del Códice de Roda', 13 and 14, pp. 236 and 237. 

[50] Pérez de Urbel (1969/70), Vol. II, p. 90. 

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[52] Celanova, Tome II, 198, p. 211. 

[53] Celanova, Tome II, 204, p. 224. 

[54] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 6, p. 14. 

[55] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 7, p. 15. 

[56] Llorente, J. A. (1807) Noticias Históricas de las tres provincias vascongadas Álava, Guipúzcoa y Vizcaya (Madrid), Vol. III, 6, p. 29.

[57] Zabalza Duque, M. (1998) Colección diplomática de los Condes de Castilla (Junta de Castilla y León), p. 130. 

[58] Zabalza Duque (1998), p. 249. 

[59] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 455. 

[60] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 456. 

[61] Llorente (1808), Vol. V., p. 456. 

[62] Faria i Sousa, F. & Alarcon, F. A. de (eds.) (1641) Nobiliario del Conde de Barcelos Don Pedro (Madrid) ("Pedro Barcelos"), Tit. VIII, Lainez, 3 p. 68, and Tit. IX, Biscaya, 1 p. 70. 

[63] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 456. 

[64] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 458, citing Berganza, F. de Antigüedades de España, Tomo 2, cap. escrit. 29, 34, 56 and 71. 

[65] Nobiliario de Pedro Barcelós, Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 572. 

[66] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 458, citing Sota, F. (1681) Crónica de los principes de Asturias y Cantabria, cap. 45, no. 26. 

[67] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 456. 

[68] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 70, p. 83. 

[69] Zabalza Duque (1998), p. 229. 

[70] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 35, p. 48. 

[71] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 43, p. 59. 

[72] Zabalza Duque (1998), p. 229. 

[73] Pérez de Urbel (1969/70), Vol. III, p. 116 footnote 25 (continuation from p. 115). 

[74] Sahagún, Tomo I, 196. 

[75] Torres Sevilla-Quiñones de León, M. (1999) Linajes nobiliarios de León y Castilla (siglos IX-XIII) (Consejería de Educación y Cultura de la Junta de Castilla y León, Valladolid), p. 371. 

[76] Ruiz Asencio, J. M. (ed.) (1990) Colección documental del archivo de la Catedral de León (León) ("León Cathedral"), Vol. IV, 993, cited in Torres (1999), p. 371. 

[77] Mínguez Fernández, J. M. (ed.) (1976) Colección diplomatica del Monasterio de Sahagún, Tomo I (Siglos IX y X) (León) (“Sahagún”), 255. 

[78] Pérez de Urbel (1969/70), Vol. III, p. 116 footnote 25 (continuation from p. 115). 

[79] Pérez de Urbel (1969/70), Vol. III, p. 116 footnote 25 (continuation from p. 115). 

[80] Zabalza Duque (1998), p. 229. 

[81] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 35, p. 48. 

[82] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 36, p. 49. 

[83] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 43, p. 59. 

[84] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 43, p. 59. 

[85] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 95, p. 109. 

[86] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 98, p. 112. 

[87] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 98, p. 112. 

[88] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 100, p. 114. 

[89] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 100, p. 114. 

[90] Cantera Montenegro, M. (ed.) (1991) Colección documental de Santa María la Real de Najera, Tomo I (Siglos X-XIV), Fuentes documentales medievales del País Vasco (San Sebastián) (“Nájera Santa María”), 3, p. 4. 

[91] Nájera Santa María 4, p. 5. 

[92] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 98, p. 112. 

[93] Llorente (1807), Vol. III, 6, p. 29.

[94] Torres (1999), pp. 394-6. 

[95] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 146, p. 149. 

[96] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 192, p. 191. 

[97] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 193, p. 193. 

[98] Leire 32, 33, and 41, pp. 62-4 and 73. 

[99] Nájera Santa María 6, p. 9. 

[100] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 234, p. 227. 

[101] Nájera Santa María 8, p. 13. 

[102] Albelda 36, p. 47. 

[103] Valpuesta, 52, p. 73. 

[104] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 288, p. 278. 

[105] Nájera Santa María 29, p. 49. 

[106] Nájera Santa María 29, p. 49. 

[107] Leire 32, p. 62. 

[108] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 221, p. 217. 

[109] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 235, p. 228. 

[110] Nájera Santa María 7, p. 11. 

[111] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 278, p. 270. 

[112] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 308, p. 297. 

[113] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 343, p. 325. 

[114] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 343, p. 325. 

[115] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 343, p. 325. 

[116] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 378, p. 357. 

[117] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 415, p. 389. 

[118] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 439, p. 413. 

[119] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 343, p. 325. 

[120] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 378, p. 357. 

[121] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 343, p. 325. 

[122] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 378, p. 357. 

[123] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 378, p. 357. 

[124] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 378, p. 357. 

[125] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 18, p. 23. 

[126] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 278, p. 270. 

[127] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 343, p. 325. 

[128] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 343, p. 325. 

[129] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 345, p. 329. 

[130] Leire 83, p. 125. 

[131] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 18, p. 23. 

[132] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 18, p. 23. 

[133] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 18, p. 23. 

[134] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 48, p. 44. 

[135] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 94, p. 72. 

[136] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 152, p. 107. 

[137] García Turza, F. J. (ed.) (1985) Documentación medieval del monasterio de Valvanera (siglos XI a XIII) (Zaragoza) (“Valvanera”), 69, p. 70. 

[138] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 225, p. 152. 

[139] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 314, p. 209. 

[140] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 225, p. 152. 

[141] Gaztambide, J. G. (ed.) (1997) Colección diplomatica de la catedral de Pamplona, Tome I 829-1243 (Gobierno de Navarra) (“Pamplona Cathedral”), 55, p. 80. 

[142] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 299, p. 200. 

[143] Nájera Santa María 33, p. 54. 

[144] Annales Compostellani, España Sagrada XXIII, p. 321. 

[145] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 310, p. 207. 

[146] Nájera Santa María 33, p. 54. 

[147] Nájera Santa María 50, p. 75. 

[148] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 18, p. 23. 

[149] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 48, p. 44. 

[150] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 18, p. 23. 

[151] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 18, p. 23. 

[152] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 18, p. 23. 

[153] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 48, p. 44. 

[154] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 345, p. 329. 

[155] Fortún Pérez de Ciriza, L. J. ´La quiebra de la soberanía navarra en Álava, Guipúzcoa y el Duranguesado (1199-1200)´, Revista internacionál de estudios vascos, 45, 2, 2000, p. 465. 

[156] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 190, p. 190. 

[157] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 241 and 268, pp. 235 and 261. 

[158] Lacarra, J. M. (ed.) (1965) Colección diplomática de Irache, Vol. 1 (958-1222) (Zaragoza) (“Irache”) 24, p. 33. 

[159] Leire 68, p. 106. 

[160] Pamplona Cathedral, 19, p. 43. 

[161] García Turza, F. J. (1992) Documentación medieval del Monasterio de San Prudencio de Monte Laturce (Siglos X-XV) (Bibliotéca de Temas Riojanos, Instituto de Estudios Riojanos) (“San Prudencio de Monte Laturce”), 7. 

[162] Albelda 49, p. 69. 

[163] Leire 70, p. 109. 

[164] Leire 72, p. 111. 

[165] Leire 74, p. 115. 

[166] Leire 75, p. 116. 

[167] Leire 76, p. 117. 

[168] Leire 78, p. 119. 

[169] Albelda 53, p. 73. 

[170] Irache 47, p. 61. 

[171] Leire 93, p. 141. 

[172] Leire 91, p. 139. 

[173] Leire 94, p. 143. 

[174] Leire 95, p. 144. 

[175] Leire 79, p. 121. 

[176] Leire 93, p. 141. 

[177] Leire 91, p. 139. 

[178] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 158, p. 112. 

[179] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 246, p. 165. 

[180] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 460. 

[181] Leire 222, p. 305. 

[182] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 158, p. 112. 

[183] Leire 222, p. 305. 

[184] Leire 230, p. 314. 

[185] Leire 230, p. 314. 

[186] Fortún Pérez de Ciriza, L. J. ´La quiebra de la soberanía navarra en Álava, Guipúzcoa y el Duranguesado (1199-1200)´, Revista internacionál de estudios vascos, 45, 2, 2000, p. 465, citing his own work ´El dominio alavés de San Salvador de Leire´, La formación de Álava. Comunicaciones, I, pp. 342-3. 

[187] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 158, p. 112. 

[188] Leire 222, p. 305. 

[189] Leire 230, p. 314. 

[190] Leire 231, p. 315. 

[191] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 48, p. 44. 

[192] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 158, p. 112. 

[193] Leire 222, p. 305. 

[194] Leire 224, p. 307. 

[195] Leire 224, p. 307. 

[196] Leire 224, p. 307. 

[197] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 17, p. 22. 

[198] Fortún Pérez de Ciriza, L. J. ´La quiebra de la soberanía navarra en Álava, Guipúzcoa y el Duranguesado (1199-1200)´, Revista internacionál de estudios vascos, 45, 2, 2000, p. 442. 

[199] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 209, p. 144. 

[200] Pamplona Cathedral, 55, p. 80. 

[201] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 299, p. 200. 

[202] Leire 224, p. 307. 

[203] Leire 224, p. 307. 

[204] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 10, p. 16. 

[205] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 48, p. 44. 

[206] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 158, p. 112. 

[207] Leire 76, p. 117. 

[208] Irache 49, p. 64. 

[209] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 246, p. 165. 

[210] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 10, p. 16. 

[211] Leire 238, p. 324. 

[212] Leire 238, p. 324. 

[213] Leire 238, p. 324. 

[214] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 48, p. 44. 

[215] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 246, p. 165. 

[216] Leire 222, p. 305. 

[217] Leire 222, p. 305. 

[218] Leire 238, p. 324. 

[219] Llorente, J. A. (1807) Noticias Históricas de las tres provincias vascongadas Álava, Guipúzcoa y Vizcaya (Madrid), Vol. III, 32, p. 352.

[220] Llorente (1807), Vol. III, 32, p. 352.

[221] Llorente (1807), Vol. III, 37, p. 368, and San Juan de la Peña, Vol. II, 96, p. 78.  .

[222] Llorente (1807), Vol. III, 38, p. 370, and San Juan de la Peña, Vol. II, 98, p. 82.

[223] Leire 79, p. 121. 

[224] Leire 92, p. 140. 

[225] Leire 76, p. 117. 

[226] Leire 83, p. 125. 

[227] Leire 92, p. 140. 

[228] Barton, S. (2002) The aristocracy in twelfth-century León and Castile (Cambridge University Press), p. 291. 

[229] Pamplona Cathedral, 75, p. 96. 

[230] Irache 48, p. 63. 

[231] Leire 94, p. 143. 

[232] Leire 95, p. 144. 

[233] Irache 49, p. 64. 

[234] Llorente (1807), Vol. III, 38, p. 370, and San Juan de la Peña, Vol. II, 98, p. 82.  .

[235] Martín Duque, Á. J. ´Vasconia en la Alta Edad Media. Somera aproximación histórica´, Revista Internacional de Estudios Vascos 44 (1999), p. 901. 

[236] Leire 151, p. 217. 

[237] Ibarra Rodríguez, E. (ed.) (1913) Documentos correspondientes al reinado de Sancho Ramirez, Tomo II Documentos particulares (Zaragoza) 61.  [MGM]

[238] Ubieto Arteta (1951), 22, p. 238. 

[239] Pamplona Cathedral, 75, p. 96. 

[240] Pamplona Cathedral, 80, p. 99. 

[241] Pamplona Cathedral, 83, p. 101. 

[242] Pamplona Cathedral, 113, p. 125. 

[243] Pamplona Cathedral, 175, p. 164. 

[244] Pamplona Cathedral, 186, p. 172. 

[245] Ximénez de Embún y Val, T. (ed.) (1876) Historia de la Corona de Aragón: Crónica de San Juan de la Peña: Part aragonesa (“Crónica de San Juan de la Peña“), XX, p. 82, available at Biblioteca Virtual Miguel de Cervantes <http://www.cervantesvirtual.com/FichaObra.html?Ref=12477> (3 Aug 2007). 

[246] Pamplona Cathedral, 186, p. 172. 

[247] Pamplona Cathedral, 187, p. 173. 

[248] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 369, p. 254. 

[249] RAH, Colección Salazar y Castro, M-10, fo 362 y 362 v (no. 47999). 

[250] Pamplona, information supplied by Mara González Morejón in a private email to the author dated 2 Apr 2008. 

[251] RAH, Colección Salazar y Castro, M-10, fo 362 y 362 v (no. 47999). 

[252] RAH, Colección Salazar y Castro, M-10, fo 362 y 362 v (no. 47999). 

[253] Pamplona, information supplied by Mara González Morejón in a private email to the author dated 2 Apr 2008. 

[254] López Ferreiro, A. (1901) Historia de la Santa Iglesia de Santiago de Compostela (Santiago), Tomo IV, Apéndice, LVI, p. 145. 

[255] Salazar y Castro, L. (1697) Historia genealogica de la casa de Lara (Madrid), Tomo III, Libro XVII, cap. VIII, pp. 145-6. 

[256] Salazar y Castro, L. (1694) Pruebas de la Casa de Lara (Madrid) ("Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas"), p. 645. 

[257] Pamplona Cathedral, 186, p. 172. 

[258] Pamplona Cathedral, 187, p. 173. 

[259] Pamplona Cathedral, 186, p. 172. 

[260] Pamplona Cathedral, 186, p. 172. 

[261] Pamplona Cathedral, 186, p. 172. 

[262] Leire 32, p. 62. 

[263] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 460. 

[264] Nájera Santa María 6 and 7, pp. 9-12. 

[265] Leire 32, p. 62. 

[266] Llorente (1807), Vol. I, pp. 112-3.

[267] Leire 33 and 41, pp. 64 and 73. 

[268] Nájera Santa María 8, p. 13. 

[269] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 279, p. 271. 

[270] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 288, p. 278. 

[271] Albelda 41, p. 60. 

[272] San Prudencio de Monte Laturce, 7. 

[273] ES III 117. 

[274] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 460. 

[275] Irache 68, p. 89. 

[276] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 5, p. 12. 

[277] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 94, p. 72. 

[278] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 152, p. 107. 

[279] Irache 68, p. 89. 

[280] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 187, p. 130. 

[281] Menéndez Pidal, R. (1919) Documentos lingüísticos de España (Madrid), Tome I, 36, p. 65. 

[282] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 314, p. 209. 

[283] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 320, p. 213. 

[284] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 439, p. 413.  

[285] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 5, p. 12. 

[286] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 94, p. 72. 

[287] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 152, p. 107. 

[288] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 187, p. 130. 

[289] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 286, p. 192. 

[290] Menéndez Pidal (1919), Tome I, 36, p. 65. 

[291] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 320, p. 213. 

[292] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 460. 

[293] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 2, p. 8. 

[294] Jaurgain, J. de (1898) La Vasconie, étude historique et critique, première partie (Pau), p. 222, quoting Moret Annales t. I, p. 659.

[295] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 2, p. 8. 

[296] Pamplona Cathedral, 13, p. 37. 

[297] Nájera Santa María 7, p. 11. 

[298] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. II, 2, p. 8. 

[299] Leire 32, p. 62. 

[300] Nájera Santa María 6 and 7, pp. 9-13. 

[301] Leire 39, p. 70. 

[302] Leire 32, p. 62. 

[303] Llorente, J. A. (1807) Noticias Históricas de las tres provincias vascongadas Álava, Guipúzcoa y Vizcaya (Madrid), Vol. I, pp. 112-3.

[304] Leire 33 and 41, pp. 64 and 73. 

[305] Nájera Santa María 8, p. 13. 

[306] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 279, p. 271. 

[307] San Millán de la Cogolla, Vol. I, 288, p. 278. 

[308] Albelda 41, p. 60. 

[309] San Prudencio de Monte Laturce, 7. 

[310] Lucas Álvarez, M. 'Libro Becerro del Monasterio de Valbanera', Estudios de Edad Media de la Corona de Aragón Vol. IV (Zaragoza, 1951) 30, p. 484. 

[311] Leire 75, p. 116. 

[312] Leire 91, p. 139. 

[313] Albelda 57, p. 77. 

[314] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 399, p. 375. 

[315] Pamplona Cathedral, 26, p. 50. 

[316] Albelda 58, p. 78. 

[317] Pamplona Cathedral, 27, p. 51. 

[318] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 425, p. 400. 

[319] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 2, p. 8. 

[320] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 279, p. 271. 

[321] Martín Duque, Á. J. ´Vasconia en la Alta Edad Media. Somera aproximación histórica´, Revista Internacional de Estudios Vascos 44 (1999), p. 898. 

[322] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 461. 

[323] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 390, p. 366. 

[324] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 399, p. 375. 

[325] Ubieto Arteta, A. (ed.) (1986) Cartulario de Siresa (Zaragoza) 23, p. 48. 

[326] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 2, p. 8. 

[327] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 390, p. 366. 

[328] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 390, p. 366. 

[329] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 399, p. 375. 

[330] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 48, p. 44. 

[331] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 89, p. 68. 

[332] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 462. 

[333] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 390, p. 366. 

[334] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 399, p. 375. 

[335] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 48, p. 44. 

[336] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 89, p. 68. 

[337] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 168, p. 118. 

[338] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 390, p. 366. 

[339] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 399, p. 375. 

[340] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 462. 

[341] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 462. 

[342] Nobiliario de Pedro Barcelós, Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 574. 

[343] Siresa 23, p. 48. 

[344] Siresa 27, p. 51. 

[345] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 390, p. 366. 

[346] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 399, p. 375. 

[347] Lucas Álvarez, M. 'Libro Becerro del Monasterio de Valbanera', Estudios de Edad Media de la Corona de Aragón Vol. IV (Zaragoza, 1951) 67, p. 500. 

[348] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo I, 425, p. 400. 

[349] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 10, p. 16. 

[350] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 40, p. 39. 

[351] Nájera Santa María 23, p. 43. 

[352] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 48, p. 44. 

[353] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 152, p. 107. 

[354] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 172, p. 122. 

[355] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 209, p. 144. 

[356] Albelda 64, p. 84. 

[357] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 17, p. 22. 

[358] Fortún Pérez de Ciriza, L. J. ´La quiebra de la soberanía navarra en Álava, Guipúzcoa y el Duranguesado (1199-1200)´, Revista internacionál de estudios vascos, 45, 2, 2000, p. 442. 

[359] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 48, p. 44. 

[360] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 209, p. 144. 

[361] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 225, p. 152. 

[362] Pamplona Cathedral, 55, p. 80. 

[363] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 299, p. 200. 

[364] Pamplona Cathedral, 55, p. 80. 

[365] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 225, p. 152. 

[366] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 299, p. 200. 

[367] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 464. 

[368] Lucas Álvarez, M. 'Libro Becerro del Monasterio de Valbanera', Estudios de Edad Media de la Corona de Aragón Vol. IV (Zaragoza, 1951) 195, 196 and 197, pp. 603-04. 

[369] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 330, p. 219. 

[370] García Turza, F. J. (ed.) (1985) Documentación medieval del monasterio de Valvanera (siglos XI a XIII) (Zaragoza) (“Valvanera”), 208, p. 191. 

[371] Nájera Santa María 33, p. 54. 

[372] Nájera Santa María 33, p. 54. 

[373] Pamplona Cathedral, 161, p. 154. 

[374] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 400, p. 284. 

[375] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 465. 

[376] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 369, p. 254. 

[377] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 465. 

[378] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 225, p. 152. 

[379] Pamplona Cathedral, 55, p. 80. 

[380] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 299, p. 200. 

[381] Nájera Santa María 33, p. 54. 

[382] Annales Compostellani, España Sagrada XXIII, p. 321. 

[383] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 225, p. 152. 

[384] Pamplona Cathedral, 55, p. 80. 

[385] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 299, p. 200. 

[386] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 225, p. 152. 

[387] Pamplona Cathedral, 55, p. 80. 

[388] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 299, p. 200. 

[389] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 225, p. 152. 

[390] Pamplona Cathedral, 55, p. 80. 

[391] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 299, p. 200. 

[392] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 225, p. 152. 

[393] Barton, S. and Fletcher, R. (trans. and eds.) The World of El Cid: Chronicles of the Spanish Reconquest, Chronica Adefonsi Imperatoris (Manchester UP) (“Chronica Adefonsi Imperatoris“) I, 7, p. 166. 

[394] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 369, p. 254.  

[395] Férotin, D. M. (ed.) (1897) (Paris) Recueil des chartes de l'abbaye de Silos (“Silos”), 57, p. 85. 

[396] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 400, p. 284. 

[397] Colección Diplomática Riojana 4, p. 105. 

[398] Annales Compostellani, España Sagrada XXIII, p. 322. 

[399] Nobiliario de Pedro Barcelós, Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 574. 

[400] Domínguez Casal, M. M. (1952) El monasterio de Santa María de Meira y su colección diplomática (Madrid) ("Meira Santa María"), 9. 

[401] Colección Diplomática Riojana 2, p. 101. 

[402] Colección Diplomática Riojana 5, p. 105. 

[403] Meira Santa María, 107. 

[404] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 454, p. 348. 

[405] Meira Santa María, 177. 

[406] Llorente (1808), Vol. III, 192, p. 358. 

[407] Casado Quintanilla, B. (2007) Colección Documental de S. Marcos de León de la Orden de Santiago 1125-1300 (“S. Marcos de León”), 197, p. 311.  [information provided by Mara González Morejón in a private email to the author dated 11 Jan 2012]

[408] S. Marcos de León, 197, p. 311.  [information provided by Mara González Morejón in a private email to the author dated 11 Jan 2012]

[409] Nájera Santa María 37, p. 58. 

[410] Colección Diplomática Riojana 4, p. 105. 

[411] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 466. 

[412] Monfar y Sors, D. (1853) Historia de los Condes de Urgel (Barcelona) Tomo I, p. 418. 

[413] Monfar y Sors (1853), Tomo I, p. 418. 

[414] Colección Diplomática Riojana 5, p. 105. 

[415] Meira Santa María, 107. 

[416] Colección Diplomática Riojana 4, p. 105. 

[417] Colección Diplomática Riojana 6.c, p. 105. 

[418] Colección Diplomática Riojana 6.c, p. 105. 

[419] Colección Diplomática Riojana 6.c, p. 105. 

[420] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 454, p. 348. 

[421] Meira Santa María, 177. 

[422] S. Marcos de León, 197, p. 311.  [information provided by Mara González Morejón in a private email to the author dated 11 Jan 2012]

[423] Colección Diplomática Riojana 6.c, p. 105. 

[424] Szabolcs de Vajay 'From Alfonso VII to Alfonso X, the first two centuries of the Burgundian dynasty in Castile and Leon - a prosopographical catalogue in social genealogy, 1100-1300', Studies in Genealogy and Family History in tribute to Charles Evans, edited Lindsay L Brook (Association for the Promotion of Scholarship in Genealogy Ltd, Occasional Publication no 2, 1989, Salt Lake City, Utah), p. 374. 

[425] Meira Santa María, 177. 

[426] Rodríguez López, A. (1907) El Real Monasterio de las Huelgas de Burgos y el Hospital del Rey (Burgos) ("Las Huelgas de Burgos"), Tome I, 44a, p. 389. 

[427] Colección Diplomática Riojana 6.c, p. 105. 

[428] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 454, p. 348. 

[429] Meira Santa María, 177. 

[430] Colección Diplomática Riojana 6.c, p. 105. 

[431] Colección Diplomática Riojana 6.c, p. 105. 

[432] S. Marcos de León, 197, p. 311.  [information provided by Mara González Morejón in a private email to the author dated 11 Jan 2012]

[433] Colección Diplomática Riojana 6.c, p. 105. 

[434] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 454, p. 348. 

[435] Llorente (1808), Vol. III, 192, p. 358. 

[436] Colección Diplomática Riojana 6.c, p. 105. 

[437] Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 466. 

[438] Nájera Santa María 37, p. 58. 

[439] Colección Diplomática Riojana 4, p. 105. 

[440] Colección Diplomática Riojana 5, p. 105. 

[441] San Millán de la Cogolla, Tomo II, 454, p. 348. 

[442] López Ferreiro, A. (1902) Historia de la Santa Iglesia de Santiago de Compostela (Santiago), Tomo V, Apéndice, VI, p. 18. 

[443] Annales Compostellani, España Sagrada XXIII, p. 323. 

[444] Anales Toledanos I, España Sagrada XXIII, p. 399. 

[445] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 11 p. 71, and Tit. X, Lara, 10 p. 77. 

[446] Salazar y Castro, L. (1694) Pruebas de la Casa de Lara (Madrid) ("Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas"), p. 16. 

[447] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 11 p. 71. 

[448] Annales Compostellani, España Sagrada XXIII, p. 323. 

[449] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 11 p. 71, and 10 p. 77. 

[450] Szabolcs de Vajay (1989), p. 378. 

[451] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, 19, p. 9. 

[452] ES II 62 and Szabolcs de Vajay, p. 378.  If this date is correct, the couple's three children were born illegitimate, legitimated by their parents' subsequent marriage.  Otherwise the marriage must have taken place before [1204]. 

[453] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 11 p. 71, and Tit. X, Lara, 18, p. 80. 

[454] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. XIII, Señores del los Cameros, 3 p. 97. 

[455] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 11 p. 71, Tit. X, Lara, 17, p. 79, and Tit, XIII, Señores de los Cameros, 2, p. 96. 

[456] Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas, p. 627. 

[457] Nobiliario de Pedro Barcelós, Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 575. 

[458] Colección Diplomática Riojana 15, p. 280. 

[459] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 11 p. 71, Tit. X, Lara, 17, p. 79, and Tit, XIII, Señores de los Cameros, 2, p. 96. 

[460] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 11 p. 71, and 10 p. 77. 

[461] Annales Compostellani, España Sagrada XXIII, p. 324. 

[462] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, 14 p. 10, and Tit. IX, Biscaya, 12 p. 71. 

[463] Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas, p. 12. 

[464] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 12 p. 72. 

[465] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 12 p. 72. 

[466] Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas, p. 12. 

[467] Breve Chronicon Alcobacense, Portugaliæ Monumenta Historica, Scriptores, Vol. I, p. 21. 

[468] Chronica Breve do Archivo Nacional, Portugaliæ Monumenta Historica, Scriptores, Vol. I, p. 22. 

[469] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. VII, Reyes de Portugal, 6 p. 31, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 12 p. 72, and Tit. XI, Castro, 20, p. 92. 

[470] Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas, p. 12. 

[471] Menéndez Pidal (1919), Tome I, 189, p. 243. 

[472] RAH, Colección Salazar y Castro, M-6, fo 168 v y 169 (no. 46534). 

[473] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. XV, Girón, 4 p. 102. 

[474] RAH, Colección Salazar y Castro, M-8, fo 60 (no. 47074). 

[475] Fernández, L. (ed.) (1958) Colección diplomática del real monasterio de Santa María de Benavides (Boadilla de Ríoseco-Palencia) (Madrid) ("Benavides Santa María") 7, p. 174. 

[476] RAH, Colección Salazar y Castro, M-8, fo 27 a 28 (no. 47002). 

[477] Menéndez Pidal, R. (1919) Documentos lingüísticos de España (Madrid), Tome I, 140, p. 180. 

[478] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 12 p. 72. 

[479] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 12 p. 72. 

[480] Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas, p. 12. 

[481] Pérez Carazo, P. (ed.) (2008) Colección diplomática medieval de Santa María de Herce y su abadengo en la Edad Media (Universidad de Rioja) ("Herce Santa María"), 4, p. 46. 

[482] Herce Santa María, 9, p. 52. 

[483] Herce Santa María, 10-13, pp. 47-68. 

[484] Herce Santa María, 16, p. 77. 

[485] Herce Santa María, 27, p. 93. 

[486] Herce Santa María, 28, p. 96. 

[487] Herce Santa María, 34, p. 116. 

[488] Menéndez Pidal (1919), Tome I, 102, p. 142. 

[489] Herce Santa María, 35, p. 118. 

[490] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 15 p. 73, and Tit. XIII, Señores de los Cameros, 3 p. 97. 

[491] Herce Santa María, 4, p. 46. 

[492] Herce Santa María, 9, p. 52. 

[493] Herce Santa María, 10-13, pp. 47-68. 

[494] Herce Santa María, 16, p. 77. 

[495] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. XXV, Soverosas, 4 p. 147. 

[496] Herce Santa María, 29, p. 98. 

[497] Herce Santa María, 30, p. 104. 

[498] Herce Santa María, 32, p. 107. 

[499] Herce Santa María, 33, p. 114. 

[500] Herce Santa María, 34, p. 116. 

[501] Menéndez Pidal (1919), Tome I, 102, p. 142. 

[502] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 15 p. 73. 

[503] Herce Santa María, 16, p. 77. 

[504] Herce Santa María, 22, p. 86. 

[505] Menéndez Pidal (1919), Tome I, 102, p. 142. 

[506] Herce Santa María, 38, p. 126. 

[507] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 15 p. 74, and Tit. XXI, Tellez i Meneses, 5, p. 125. 

[508] Herce Santa María, 38, p. 126. 

[509] Zurita, J. (1669) Anales de la Corona de Aragon (Zaragoza), Tome I, Lib. V, XL, p. 390. 

[510] Rosell, C. (ed.) (1875) Crónicas de los Reyes de Castilla, Tome I (Madrid), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Fernando IV, Cap. XIV, p. 149. 

[511] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 15 p. 74. 

[512] Herce Santa María, 58, p. 166. 

[513] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 15 p. 74. 

[514] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 15 p. 74, and 19 p. 259. 

[515] López de Ayala, P. (1779) Crónicas de los reyes de Castilla (Madrid), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Pedro, Año Quinto, Cap. XXIII, p. 144. 

[516] López de Ayala (1779), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Pedro, Año Quinto, Cap. XXIII, p. 144. 

[517] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 12 p. 72. 

[518] Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas, p. 12. 

[519] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 14 p. 73. 

[520] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 21 p. 73. 

[521] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 14 p. 73. 

[522] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 22 p. 73, and 1 p. 145. 

[523] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 22 p. 73. 

[524] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 23 p. 73, and Tit. XIV, Castañeda, 8 p. 101. 

[525] RAH, Colección Salazar y Castro, M-6, fo 22 y 22 v (no. 46233). 

[526] Szabolcs de Vajay (1989), p. 393. 

[527] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 14 p. 73, and Tit. XVIII, Villalobos, 7, p. 108. 

[528] Las Huelgas de Burgos, Tome I, 105g, p. 493. 

[529] Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas, p. 12. 

[530] Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas, p. 12. 

[531] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 12 p. 72. 

[532] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 16 p. 74. 

[533] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, 26, p. 15, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 16 p. 74, Tit. X, Otro Mendoça, 2 p. 86, and Tit. XIV, Castañeda, 8 p. 101. 

[534] ES III 118. 

[535] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 12 p. 72. 

[536] Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas, p. 12. 

[537] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 13 p. 72. 

[538] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 13 p. 72. 

[539] Nobiliario de Pedro Barcelós, Llorente (1808), Vol. V, p. 576. 

[540] Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis, España Sagrada Tomo II, p. 209. 

[541] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, 32, p. 17, and Tit. IX, Biscaya, 17 p. 72. 

[542] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 17 p. 72. 

[543] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, 22, p. 15, and Tit. IX, Biscaya, 17 p. 72. 

[544] Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas, p. 32. 

[545] López de Ayala, P. (1780) Crónicas de los Reyes de Castilla (Madrid), Tome II, Crónica del rey Enrique II, Año Octavo, Cap. X, pp. 50-1. 

[546] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 13 p. 72. 

[547] RAH, Colección Salazar y Castro, M-22, fo 236 v y 237 (no. 49770). 

[548] Rosell (1875), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Fernando IV, Cap. I, p. 93. 

[549] Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis, España Sagrada Tomo II, p. 211. 

[550] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 18 p. 73. 

[551] RAH, Colección Salazar y Castro, M-22, fo 236 v y 237 (no. 49770).  

[552] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 18 p. 73. 

[553] Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis, España Sagrada Tomo II, p. 213. 

[554] Salazar y Castro (1697), Tomo III, Libro XX, cap. XIV, p. 453. 

[555] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 18 p. 73. 

[556] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, 33, p. 17, Tit. VII, Reyes de Portugal, 9 p. 38, and Tit. IX, Biscaya, 19 p. 73. 

[557] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 19 p. 73. 

[558] López de Ayala (1780), Tome II, Crónica del rey Enrique II, Año Octavo, Cap. X, p. 51. 

[559] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 19 p. 73, and Tit. XI, Castro, 15 p. 88. 

[560] López de Ayala (1779), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Pedro, Año Quinto, Cap. X, p. 127. 

[561] López de Ayala (1779), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Pedro, Año Quinto, Caps. X, XII, p. 127-30. 

[562] López de Ayala (1779), Tome I, p. 129 footnote (continuation from p. 128). 

[563] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 19 p. 73. 

[564] López de Ayala (1780), Tome II, Crónica del rey Enrique II, Año Octavo, Cap. X, p. 51. 

[565] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 18 p. 73, and 28 p. 82. 

[566] Rosell (1875), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Fernando IV, Cap. I, p. 99. 

[567] Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis, España Sagrada Tomo II, p. 213. 

[568] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IX, Biscaya, 13 p. 72. 

[569] López de Ayala (1779), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Pedro, Año Secundo, Cap. X, p. 47. 

[570] López de Ayala, P. (1780) Crónicas de los reyes de Castilla (Madrid), Tome II, Crónica del rey Enrique II, Año Octavo, Cap. X, p. 51. 

[571] Salazar y Castro (1697), Tomo III, Libro XVII, cap. V, p. 123. 

[572] Salazar y Castro (1697), Tomo III, Libro XVII, cap. VIII, p. 143. 

[573] Salazar y Castro (Lara), Pruebas, p. 643, quoting Oihenart, A. (1638) Notitia utriusque Vasconiæ, li. 2, cap. 17, p. 378. 

[574] Estepa Díaz Doña Juana Núñez y el señorío de los Lara, p. 2, par. 9, citing Almagro, M. (1964) El señorío soberano de Albarracín bajo la casa de Lara (Teruel) (no page number). 

[575] RAH, Colección Salazar y Castro, M-22, fo 236 v y 237 (no. 49770). 

[576] López de Ayala, P. (1780) Crónicas de los Reyes de Castilla (Madrid), Tome II, Crónica del rey Enrique II, Año Octavo, Cap. X, p. 49. 

[577] According to Salazar y Acha (2000), p. 436, he was born [1292]. 

[578] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, 29, p. 15. 

[579] Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis, España Sagrada Tomo II, p. 214. 

[580] Chronicon Domini Joannis Emmanuelis, España Sagrada Tomo II, p. 214. 

[581] López de Ayala (1780), Tome II, Crónica del rey Enrique II, Año Octavo, Cap. X, pp. 50-1. 

[582] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, 29, p. 15, and Tit. VII, Reyes de Portugal, 9 p. 38. 

[583] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, 29, p. 15. 

[584] España Sagrada XXVII, XVII, p. 477. 

[585] López de Ayala (1780), Tome II, Crónica del rey Enrique II, Año Octavo, Cap. X, pp. 50-1. 

[586] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, Cerdas, 2, p. 20. 

[587] España Sagrada XXVII, XVII, p. 477. 

[588] López de Ayala (1779), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Pedro, Año Primo, Cap. I, p. 8. 

[589] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, Cerdas, 5, p. 20. 

[590] España Sagrada XXVII, XVII, p. 477. 

[591] López de Ayala (1780), Tome II, Crónica del rey Enrique II, Año Octavo, Cap. X, pp. 50-1. 

[592] López de Ayala (1779), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Pedro, Año Cuarto, Cap. XXVIII, p. 113. 

[593] López de Ayala (1780), Tome II, Crónica del rey Enrique II, Año Octavo, Cap. X, p. 51. 

[594] Estepa Díaz, C. Doña Juana Núñez y el señorío de los Lara, e-Spania 1 Jun 2006, par. 46, citing transcription at Vitoria 22 Apr 1410, Archivo General de Simancas, Patronato Real, 31-33 [available at <httpt://e-spania.revues.org/index315.html#text> (15 Dec 2011)]. 

[595] López de Ayala (1779), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Pedro, Año Quinto, Cap. XIII, p. 130. 

[596] López de Ayala (1780), Tome II, Crónica del rey Enrique II, Año Octavo, Cap. X, p. 51. 

[597] López de Ayala (1779), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Pedro, Año Doceno, Cap. III, p. 330. 

[598] ES II 71.  Salazar y Acha (2000), p. 438, gives 1355 as the date of the marriage. 

[599] Pedro Barcelos, Tit. IV, Reyes de Castilla, Cerdas, 5, p. 20. 

[600] López de Ayala (1780), Tome II, Crónica del rey Enrique II, Año Octavo, Cap. X, p. 51. 

[601] López de Ayala (1779), Tome I, Crónica del rey don Pedro, Año Secundo, Cap. X, p. 47.