Mariana Fernández de Córdoba y Ayala

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Mariana Fernández de Córdoba y Ayala
Escudo ayala.jpg
Coat of Arms of the Ayala family
Spouse(s) Fadrique Enríquez de Mendoza
Father Diego Fernández de Córdoba y Carrillo, first Lord of Baena
Mother Inés de Ayala y Toledo
Born c. 1394
Died 1431

Mariana Fernández de Córdoba y Ayala (c. 1394[1] – 1431), also known as Mariana de Ayala Córdoba y Toledo, was the fourth Lady of Casarrubios del Monte in the province of Toledo. She was the daughter of Diego Fernández de Córdoba y Carrillo, first Lord of Baena, and Inés Ayala y Toledo, third Lady of Casarrubios del Monte.

Marriage and offspring[edit]

Mariana married Fadrique Enríquez de Mendoza, Admiral of Castile and Lord of Medina de Rioseco around July 1425.[2] They had one daughter, Juana Enríquez (1425–1468), who married John II of Aragon.

References[edit]

  • Cañas Galvez, Francisco. “Colección diplomática de Santo Domingo el Real de Toledo”. Madrid: Silex Ediciones (2010)

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ She was born circa 1394 and before June 1395 since, on that date her father wrote to Teresa de Ayala, former mistress of King Peter I of Castile, an aunt of his wife and prioress at the monastery of Santo Domingo el Real de Toledo, thanking her for having his wife with her and pleading that if there was time their daughter could at least see her sisters, aunts, and relatives.
  2. ^ Deed executed on 10 July 1425 for the marriage of Fadrique Enríquez and Marina de Córdoba. The legal representatives of Diego Fernández de Córdoba y Carrillo were Juan Rodríguez de Rojas, his son by his former marriage, and Juan Carrillo. Spanish Royal Academy of History, Salazar y Castro Collection, reference D-10, folio 107-108.

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