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Bartolomé Camacho Zambrano

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Bartolomé Camacho Zambrano
Born 1510
Villafranca de los Barros, Extremadura, Castile
Died >1583
Tunja, New Kingdom of Granada
Nationality Castilian
Occupation Conquistador
Years active 1536-1539
Employer Spanish Crown
Known for Spanish conquest of the Muisca
Co-founder of Tunja
Quest for El Dorado
Spouse(s) Isabel Pérez de Cuéllar
Children Elvira Camacho Zambrano
María Zambrana de Cuéllar
Juan Camacho Zambrano
Juana Zambrana
Anastasia Camacho Zambrano
Isabel Camacho Sabidos y Zambrano
Esteban Zambrana
Parents
  • Juan Martín Camacho Savidos (father)
  • Elvira Gonzáles Zambrana (mother)
Relatives Juan Martín Camacho Sabidos (brother)
Pedro Ruíz Corredor (brother-in-law)
Mayor of Tunja
In office
1583–1583
Preceded by Francisco de Velandia &
Alonso de Carvajal
Succeeded by Diego de Paredes Calderón &
Pedro Núñez Cabrera
Notes

Bartolomé Camacho Zambrano (1510, Villafranca de los Barros, Extremadura, Castile - after 1583, Tunja, New Kingdom of Granada) was a Spanish conquistador who took part in the expedition of the Spanish conquest of the Muisca led by Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada.[1] He accompanied Gonzalo Suárez Rendón in the foundation of Tunja on August 6, 1539 and settled in the city.[4] In 1583, Bartolomé Camacho Zambrano was mayor of Tunja together with Francisco de Avendaño.[3]

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Biography

Bartolomé Camacho Zambrano was born in 1510 in the Extremaduran village Villafranca de los Barros with parents Juan Martin Camacho Savidos and Elvira Gonzáles Zambrana. He had a brother named Juan Martin Camacho Sabidos. Camacho Zambrano married Isabel Pérez de Cuéllar and the couple had seven children; two sons and five daughters.[2] Isabel's sister Elvira married fellow conquistador Pedro Ruíz Corredor.[5]

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