Juan Treviño de Guillamas

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Juan de Treviño y Guillamás (d. before 1636)[1] was a Spanish governor of Florida (1613–1618) and Venezuela (1621–1623).

Biography[edit]

Juan de Treviño y Guillamás was born in Avilés, Asturias, Spain.[2][3] He was the son of Francisco de Treviño and Ana Guillamás y Barriobueno. He was appointed Captain General and governor of Florida in 1613, based in St. Augustine. He abandoned this political office five years later: August 2, 1618. Juan de Treviño Guillamás was also governor of Venezuela between 1621 and 1623, and of the Isla Margarita.[3]

Guillamás died before 1636.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Juan de Treviño y Guillamás married María Mercadillo and they had four children: Juan, Francisco, Cristóbal and José de Treviño y Mercadillo. The first of them married Ana María Pacheco y Zabala on November 15, 1589 in Havana, Cuba.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Real Name (Royal Warrant 1613)
  2. ^ a b Our family Genealogy Page: Treviño Guillamas Juan de
  3. ^ a b c Robert S. Weddle. "Antepasados de LUIS ANTONIO ORTIZ DE PINEDO ANGULO" [Ancestors of LUIS ANTONIO ORTIZ DE ANGULO PINEDO)] (in Spanish). Retrieved September 18, 2010.