Lope Conchillos y Quintana

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Lope Conchillos y Quintana (? - 1521 in Toledo) was a Spanish politician, and secretary at the court of King Ferdinand "the Catholic". He was of Converso Jewish heritage and married María Niño de Ribera, cousin of the Duke of Infantado. He was awarded an encomienda in Arasibo (later Arecibo) in Puerto Rico. He was an enemy of Bartolomé de Las Casas, and father in law to Pedro de Guzmán by his daughter Francisca de Ribera Niño.[1]

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