Pedro Muñiz de Godoy y Sandoval

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Cross of the Order of Santiago.

Pedro Muñiz de Godoy y Sandoval was a Castilian Spanish noble,[1] in the service of Henry II of Castile, and John I of Castile. He was the Grand Master of several military orders including the Order of Alcántara, the Order of Calatrava, the Order of Santiago and adelantado of Andalucía.[2] He was killed at the Battle of Valverde in 1385.[3]

Preceded by
Martín López de Córdoba
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Grand Master of the Order of Alcántara

1369–1369
Succeeded by
Melendo Suárez
Preceded by
Martín López de Córdoba
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Grand Master of the Order of Calatrava

1371–1384
Succeeded by
Pedro Álvarez Pereira
Preceded by
Pedro Fernández Cabeza de Vaca
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Grand Master of the Order of Santiago

1384–1385
Succeeded by
García Fernández de Villagarcía

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  1. ^ Gloria Lora Serrano: Los Muñíz de Godoy: linaje y caballería en la Córdoba del siglo XIV, including history, institutions and documents nº 34, pgs. 159-187 (2007), traces his genealogy and first years.
  2. ^ Pedro Salazar de Mendoza: Origen de las dignidades seglares de Castilla y León, Book II, ch. XV (1618).
  3. ^ Francisco de Rades y Andrada: Chronicle of the three orders of chivalry of Santiago, Calatrava and Alcantara (1572), en Alcántara, cap. 24, Calatrava, cap. 30 y Santiago, cap. 40.