"Sepan quantos esta carta, ... S.l. [Granada?]: 1567. Inquisition 204
Spanish. Printed form with blank spaces filled in by hand, detailing goods and properties seized by the inquisition, evaluated and subsequently sold to Juan Ximenez, an inquisition familiar. Relevant royal privileges are included. Contains signatures.
"De mi el licenciado Juan..... Toledo: 1574. Inquisition 6
Spanish. Printed certificate filled out by hand and signed by inquisitors, listing punishments for an excommunicate woman; contains further manuscript notes on verso. Damaged, illegible in parts.
Familiatura del santo ofici... Valencia: 1569. Inquisition 94
Spanish. Printed certificate filled in by hand, naming Iayme Aguilar a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures.
"Nos los inquisidores..." [... Granada: 1704. Inquisition 110
Spanish. Printed certificate with ornate printed border, filled in by hand, naming Marcos de la Bandera a notary of the inquisition. Mention is made of his blood purity (limpieza). Contains signatures; wax seal is missing.
"Nos los inquisidores..." [... En la Sala de nuestra Audie...: 1678. Inquisition 106
Spanish. Printed certificate filled in by hand, with ornate printed border and hand-colored additional illustrations, naming Francisco de Aranda Quintanilla a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures; certified same year (on verso).
Título de Familiar de este ... Logroño: 1617. Inquisition 100
Spanish. Printed certificate filled in by hand, naming Diego Correa de Belasco [Velasco] a familiar of the inquisition. Contains signatures. Certified three days later in another hand, with wax seal (on verso). Cf. INQ12.
Treslado de las familiatura... Treviana, Logroño: 1629 (manuscript), 1617 (pr... Inquisition 12
Spanish. Two separate but related documents; the first is a manuscript notarized document (Treviana, 1629) produced on behalf of Diego Lopez de Ocio, a familiar of the inquisition. It includes copies of various documents, including certificates of familiatura originally granted to both Diego Lopez de Ocio (1611) and his uncle Hernando Correa de Velasco (1571). The second is a printed certificate (Logroño 1617), filled out by hand, noting privileges for Diego Lopez de Ocio in his capacity of inquisitorial familiar. Cf. INQ100.