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Christopher Columbus: his life, his work, his remains as revealed by original printed and manuscript records, together with an essay on Peter Martyr of Anghera and Bartolomé de las Casas, the first historians of America (Volume 3)

Christopher Columbus: his life, his work, his remains as revealed by original printed and manuscript records, together with an essay on Peter Martyr of Anghera and Bartolomé de las Casas, the first historians of America (Volume 3)

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Christopher Columbus: his life, his work, his remains as revealed by original printed and manuscript records, together with an essay on Peter Martyr of Anghera and Bartolomé de las Casas, the first historians of America (Volume 3)

Christopher Columbus: his life, his work, his remains as revealed by original printed and manuscript records, together with an essay on Peter Martyr of Anghera and Bartolomé de las Casas, the first historians of America (Volume 3)

Source : Internet Archive

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Burgos by means of Don Alvaro de Portugal and the Doctor Talavera and Juan de la Parra. They did not


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of Spain. This son married Catarina Ventura de Portugal y Ayala, descendant of Isabel, daughter of Diego and granddaughter of


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First Admiral, who had married Jorge de Portugal. The blood lines of this Jorge de Portugal ran back to a


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Alvaro de Portugal y Colon, son of Isabel,* granddaughter of Christopher Columbus the Discoverer.


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Alvaro de Portugal.


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Admiral of Aragon, and also Alvaro de Portugal, son of their aunt Isabel and her husband Jorge of Portugal, founders


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and privileges, to her grandson, Nuno de Portugal, the son of Alvaro de Portugal y Colon. This Alvaro de Portugal


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de Portugal, the son of Alvaro de Portugal y Colon. This Alvaro de Portugal had a son older than Nuno


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de Portugal y Colon. This Alvaro de Portugal had a son older than Nuno de Portugal, one Jorge-Alberto de Portugal


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Alvaro-Jacinto de Portugal y la Bastida succeeded his father in the titles. He married his


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than Nuno de Portugal, one Jorge-Alberto de Portugal y Cardona, but he died in 1589 before the heir had been


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Nuno de Portugal y Cordova was born at Seville about 1568 and was created Knight


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titles. He married his niece, Catarina de Castro y Portugal, in 1614, by whom he had two sons, Pedro Nuno


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Pedro-Manuel de Portugal y la Cueva was born December 25, 1651. On the death of


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Nuno had an only sister, Catarina-Ventura de Portugal y Ayala, born July 14, 1690. She married, August 15, 1709, for


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her cousin, Diego, son of Jorge de Portugal and of his wife Genoveva Botti. She died in 1621, leaving one


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without issue, and two daughters, Francisca de Portugal y Ortegon, who died unmarried in 1630, and Ana Francisca de Portugal


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were two daughters: the one, Catarina de Cardenas y Portugal, married to Francisco Tutavilla, Duke of Saint-Germain, of Naples, Captain-General


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unmarried in 1630, and Ana Francisca de Portugal y Ortegon. This last, Ana Francisca, married Diego de Cardenas y Valda,


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no posterity, the other daughter, Francisca de Cardenas y Portugal, married to Francisco Tello, a relative, from whom she was


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desillas, II., 178, 186 Alvaro de Portugal, Don, III., 194 Amaiauna, cave of, Indian legend, I.,


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Teresa Marina d. wife Pedro Manuel de Portugal, III., 634


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Jorge Alberto de, son of Alvaro de Portugal, III., 633


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L, Duke of Veragua, son Alvaro-Jacinto de Portugal, sketch of, III., 633, 634


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of Veragua y Liria, son Caterina-Ventura de Portugal, III., 637


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first Duke of Berwick, Husband Caterina Ventura de Portugal, III., 618, 637