Person:Ferdinand Colon (1)

Fernando Colon
d.12 Jul 1539 Seville, Spain
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Name[2] Fernando Colon
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 1488 Córdoba, Spain(illeg.)
Death[2][1] 12 Jul 1539 Seville, Spain
Reference Number? Q1406718?
Burial[2] Seville Carthedral, Seville, Spain

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Ferdinand Columbus (Spanish: Fernando Colón also Hernando, Portuguese: Fernando Colombo, Italian: Fernando Colombo; 15 August? 1488–1539) was a Spanish bibliographer and cosmographer, the second son of Christopher Columbus. His mother was Beatriz Enriquez de Arana, whom his father never married, but who was Columbus' constant companion in later life.

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  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Schoenrich, Otto. The Legacy of Christopher Columbus: Three Centuries of Disputes, Lawsuits, Struggles for Rewards and Inheritances, Brands by the Admiral of Aragón and Others, Spoliations by Sir Frances Drake and Others, Claims of Ilegitimates and Black Sheep, Resulting from the Discovery of America. (Glendale, California: A.H. Clark Co., 1949-50).