Cde Martín FLAÍNEZ
(-Aft 1105)
Pedro Martínez DE VILLAMAYOR
(-Aft 1146)


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Teresa PÉREZ


  • Married:
  • Died: Between 18 May 1164 and 30 Sep 1164

  Research Notes:

The Chronica Adefonsi Imperatoris records that "…García Iñíguez who held Cea…" (presumably an error for García Pérez) made peace with Alfonso VII King of Castile in Galicia after his accession in 1126. King Alfonso VII granted him and his wife the vill of Quintanilla near Sahagún 22 Mar 1130. “Maria Gomez et filio suos...Nazaeno Petriz et Garsia Petriz et Didaco Petriz et Sancio Petriz et Fernando Petriz et Iusta Petriz” reached agreement with Sahagún about "Uilla Uincentii", with the advice of “sorore sua domna Sancia et cum comite domno Roderico Martinez et cum comite dompno Roderico Gonsaluiz”, by charter dated 1136. He took part in the capture of the towns of Baeza and Almería in the service of King Alfonso VIII.

Tenente of Cea. He served in the household of conde Ramiro Fróilaz, and with his wife founded the monastery of Gradefés. King Alfonso VII exchanged “meam villam...Sieram” with "Marie Gomez et filiis vestris Nazareno, Garsie Pedriz, Didaco Almadran" for “hereditate vestra in Uega de Domne Liuupa” by charter dated 30 Mar 1146. “Iusta Petriz” donated " Asturias de Santa alfoce de Pilagos...medietate de Populacione et de Posaderos circa flumen de Pass, Biancos et Mogro", confirmed by “...Maria Gomez cum filiis suis Nazareno et Gar[c]ia et Didaco...”, to Sahagún by charter dated 1146. He and his wife jointly received Quintanilla from Alfonso VII King of Castile in 1147, as well as other properties until 18 May 1164. 1

  Marriage Information:

García married Teresa PÉREZ. (Teresa PÉREZ died in 1187.)


1 Foundation for Medieval Genealogy, Medlands: Martín Flaínez.

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