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Physical Description of Juan De Rebolledo 1717

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By MADERA_32 - Posted on 09 September 2015

I was reading the pasajero de indias (Cadiz, Espana) a la Nueva Espana of Juan De Rebolledo year 1717 and here is a physical description of him:

21 anos de edad, blanco, poco barba, ojos grandes negros, pelo castano oscuro:

http://oi61.tinypic.com/oqk3h1.jpg

Pars website: http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/web/guest

Reference to look up: CONTRATACION,5469,N.3,R.98

Description on page 6

Juan De Rebolledo was the husband of Juliana De La Campa, the youngest daughter of Don Fernando De La Campa y Cos of the Hacienda of San Mateo, Valparaiso, Zacatecas, Mexico

Since Juan Rebolledo was single in 1717. I have seen an article from "La Gaceta" newspaper year 1722 where it mentions of a visit to Zacatecas, Juan Rebolledo for some special occasion of Juliana De La Campa y Cos

Juan Rebolledo was also the Capitan/Governor of the Provincia of Texas De La Nuevo Espana(Mexico)

On page 8, gives another description about Juan De Rebolledo in the Pasajero de Indias.

But where I put a blue arrow it mentions that he was on the Flotilla of the "Jefe De Escuadra Don Antonio Serrano."

http://oi61.tinypic.com/zkiphy.jpg

Here is a painting of Teneniente General De La Real Armada Antonio Serrano (1649 - 1733)

http://cvc.cervantes.es/actcult/museo_naval/sala3/personajes/personajes_01.htm

Here is another Juan Olivan Rebolledo year 1712 Pasajero de Indias

Reference code to enter into Pars website:

CONTRATACION,5466,N.2,R.30

http://www.archivesportaleurope.net/web/guest

Now I am getting confused when I filtered my search on Juan Rebolledo for years 1702 - 1719:

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Seems like Juan Olivan Rebolledo traveled overseas in 1712 but had an esclavo name Juan Marcial. They traveld on a navio "Almiranta" I think it is a class type of a ship (pg 11):

http://oi61.tinypic.com/fzcdwn.jpg

Which looks like the one that says "equivalent Almirante"

http://www.todoababor.es/vida_barcos/organizacion.htm

But on pg 6 of that document it says "Galeon Almirante"

http://oi62.tinypic.com/104g86v.jpg

Mentions several times through out the document that Juan Olivan Rebolledo was "Oydor de La Audencia en Guadalajara de La Nuevo Espana"

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Also looks like he had a salary of 2 mil ducados de plata por his role as Oydor:

http://oi62.tinypic.com/2nritc.jpg
http://oi59.tinypic.com/zix4cz.jpg

Here is some information as to what the Almiranta ship was:

http://paddlethereef.com/almiranta-kayak-free-diving-the-1733-spanish-galleon-trail/
http://info.flheritage.com/galleon-trail/ShipwreckPages/03_almiranta.cfm

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