Peter, Infante of Aragón (1406 – 1438 besieging Naples, Italy), Viceroy of Sicily (1424–1425) and Duke of Noto, was the sixth child of King Ferdinand I of Aragón and Countess Eleanor of Alburquerque.
Peter II, byname Peter The Catholic, Spanish Pedro El Católico, (born 1174—died Sept. 12, 1213, Muret, Fr.), king of Aragon from 1196 to 1213, the eldest son and successor of Alfonso II. Peter married (1204) Mary, lady of Montpellier, and thus greatly extended Aragonese power in southern France.
Peter of Aragon, Heir of Sicily (1398–1400), Heir Apparent of Sicily and Heir Presumptive of Aragon. Peter of Aragon, Count of Alburquerque (1406–1438), infante of Aragon, son of Ferdinand I of Aragon. Peter V of Aragon (1429–1466), constable of Portugal, claimed the throne of Aragon.
Peter IV King of Aragon 1319–1387: Leonor Telles de Meneses de Meneses 1350–1386: Ferdinand I King of Portugal 1345–1383 r.1367–1383: Maria Marchioness of Tortosa 1342– after 1363: Fernando Marquis of Tortosa b.1329: Henry II King of Castile 1334–1379: Sancho Count of Alburquerque 1342–1374: Beatrice Countess of Alburquerque c ...
Media in category "Peter of Aragon, Count of Albuquerque". The following 2 files are in this category, out of 2 total. Infantes of Aragon.jpg 512 × 488; 78 KB. Peter of Aragon, count of Albuquerque.jpg 195 × 197; 45 KB. Counts of Albuquerque.
Peter, infans of Aragón, (1406 – besieging Naples, Italy, 1438), Viceroy of Sicily, 1424–1425, Duke of Noto, was the sixth child of King Ferdinand I of Aragón, and Countess Eleanor Urraca of Alburquerque.
Eleanor of Alburquerque: 23. Beatrice of Portugal: 1. John II of Portugal: 24. Peter I of Portugal (= 16) 12. John I of Portugal (= 8) 25. Teresa Lourenço (= 17) 6. Peter, Duke of Coimbra: 26. John of Gaunt (= 18) 13. Philippa of Lancaster (= 9) 27. Blanche of Lancaster (= 19) 3. Isabel of Coimbra: 28. Peter II, Count of Urgell: 14. James II ...
Duke of Alburquerque, Mexico, order of the viceroy concerning peace with Moqui., Aug. 29 Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection consists of administrative, civil, military, and ecclesiastical records of the Spanish colonial government in New Mexico, 1621-1821.
Albuquerque ( / ˈælbəkɜːrki / i AL-bə-kur-kee; Spanish: [alβuˈkeɾke] ), [a] also known as ABQ, Burque, and the Duke City, is the most populous city in the U.S. state of New Mexico.