Relation of the Discovery and Conquest of the Kingdoms of Peru, by Pedro Pizarro

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  • Title: Relation of the Discovery and Conquest of the Kingdoms of Peru, by Pedro Pizarro
  • Author: Pedro Pizarro
  • ISBN: 9781376275650
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Pedro Pizarro

      Pedro Pizarro was born around 1515 in the Spanish city of Toledo Through his father he was first cousin of Francisco Pizarro and his half brothers Gonzalo Pizarro, Hernando Pizarro, Juan Pizarro and Mart n de Alc ntara When Francisco left Spain for his third expedition to Peru he was joined by his brothers and his cousin Pedro They sailed from Sanl car de Barrameda on February 1530 and arrived at Tumbes in what is now Peru on January 1531 Pedro initially served as page to his cousin Francisco but from about 1533 he was in active military service as a cavalryman As such he took part in most of the chief events of the conquest of the Inca empire, mainly during the campaigns against Manco Inca.Pedro Pizarro fought at the Battle of Las Salinas April 26, 1538 against Diego de Almagro, rival and former partner of Francisco Pizarro He then took part in the foundation of the city of Arequipa August 15, 1540 where he established himself The almagristas revolted again in 1541, murdering Francisco Pizarro, so Pedro Pizarro fought them at the Battle of Chupas September 16, 1542 under the command of Crist bal Vaca de Castro When Gonzalo Pizarro revolted against the Spanish Crown, Pedro Pizarro refused his requests to join his rebellion However, his loyalty was put in doubt for a letter he wrote to his cousin on December 18, 1546, which shows some vacillations in his loyalty probably prompted by material considerations This letter fell into the hands of Pedro de la Gasca, an envoy sent by the Crown to pacify the country La Gasca used the letter as an excuse to deny Pedro Pizarro the rewards he claimed after the Battle of Xaquixaguana April 9, 1548 where Gonzalo Pizarro was defeated.Despite this rebuff, Pedro Pizarro could be considered a rich and well rewarded man On November 28, 1538, he had received from Francisco Pizarro lands and native workers in Arequipa, Tacna and other regions he received further grants from time to time by various authorities When he was very young, he fathered a natural daughter, Isabel Pizarro he later had numerous legitimate children Pedro Pizarro married twice his first wife was Mar a Cornejo, but nothing is known about his second wife The death date of Pedro Pizarro is not known It happened after 1571 when he finished writing his chronicle and could have taken place as late as 1602 when viceroy Luis de Velasco, marqu s de Salinas made a grant to a Pedro Pizarro, however, this Pedro may have been a son of the chronicler.

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