Lista degli Inquisitori di Évora

Dizionario di eretici, dissidenti e inquisitori nel mondo mediterraneo
Edizioni CLORI | Firenze | ISBN 978-8894241600 | DOI 10.5281/zenodo.1309445

Évora became the first seat of the Portuguese Inquisition in 1536, but already in the next year it was moved to Lisbon. It was only in 1541 when the inquisitorial tribunal for the district of Évora was definitively created. It existed until the final suppression of the Portuguese Inquisition in 1821.

The list presented below indicates only the dates of inquisitorial appointments to the Tribunal of Évora (or the dates of the earliest reference) without indicating the dates of the end of the service of the respective inquisitors. The dates of the next appointments on the list are of no help here, since the standard composition of the tribunal of the Portuguese Inquisition included as many as three inquisitors at one time.

  • Joao de Mello e Castro (1536)
  • Pedro Alvarez de Paredez (1541)
  • Joao Alvarez da Sylveira (1545)
  • Jeronimo de Azambuja OP (1552)
  • Antonio de Castro (1559)
  • Manoel de Quadros (1559)
  • Diogo Mendes de Vasconcellos (1564)
  • Manoel da Veiga OP (1566)
  • Jeronymo de Sousa (1571)
  • Antonio Telles de Menezes (1573)
  • Antonio de Mendoca (1575)
  • Lopo Soares de Albergaria (1576)
  • Marcos Teixeira (1578)
  • Manoel Alvares Tavares (1580)
  • Pedro de Oliveira (1589)
  • Rodrigo Pires da Veiga (1592)
  • Joao de Braganza (1592)
  • Jeronymo Teixeira Cabral (1593)
  • Martin Affonso de Mello (1594)
  • Salvador de Mesquita (1598)
  • Gaspar Pereira (1598)
  • Jorge de Mello (1606)
  • Miguel Pereira (1608)
  • Manoel Pereira (1610)
  • Simao Barreto de Menezes (1612)
  • Marcos Teixeira (1617)
  • Manoel de Lucena (1620)
  • Francisco Barreto (1620)
  • Francisco Cardoso de Torneyo (1623)
  • Gomes de Brito de Sylva (1623)
  • Diogo Lobo (1625)
  • Antonio da Sylveira (1627)
  • Sebastiao Tinoco (1627)
  • Miguel de Portugal (1632)
  • Joao Delgado Figueira (1635)
  • Bartholomeu de Monte Agudo (1635)
  • Manoel de Saldanha (1637)
  • Duarte Pedro (1639)
  • Alvaro Soares de Castro (1641)
  • Francisco de Miranda Henriquez (1643)
  • Bartholomeu Cardoso de Gouvea (1644)
  • Manoel de Magalhaens de Menezes (1645)
  • Mattheus Homem Leitao (1646)
  • Verissimo de Lencastre (1649)
  • Manoel Corte Real (1654)
  • Belchior Dias Preto (1654)
  • Joao de Mello (1657)
  • Fernando Correa de Lacerda (1660)
  • Manoel de Moura Manoel (1660)
  • Pedro Mexia de Magalhaens (1662)
  • Joao de Castilho (1664)
  • Pedro Borges Tavares (1664)
  • Joao da Costa Pimenta (1665)
  • Bento de Beja de Noronha (1668)
  • Jeronymo Soares (1671)
  • Nuno de Pina Pereira (1674)
  • Sebastiao Diniz Velho (1674)
  • Joao Felis de Agorreta (1682)
  • Joao Ferreira Barreto (1685)
  • Pedro Hasse de Belem (1689)
  • Jose da Sousa de Castellobranco (1693)
  • Manoel Guerreiro Camacho de Aboim (1695)
  • Manoel Goncalves Guiao (1696)
  • Joao de Brito Pereira (1698)
  • Jose Pereira de Lacerda (1698)
  • Nuno Mascarenhas de Brito (1705)
  • Joao de Sousa Carvalho (1710)
  • Ignacio de Cabedo de Vasconcellos (1715)
  • Jose de Almeida do Amaral (1718)
  • Bernardino Cabral da Sylva (1720)
  • Francisco Mendo Trigoso (1730)
  • Luis Antonio Fragoso de Barros (1739)
  • Cristovao Salema Correa (1741)
  • Nicolau Joaquim Thorel (1747)
  • Jerónimo Ferreira Magro (1755)
  • Jerónimo Rogado de Carvalhal e Silva (1760)
  • Manuel de Vasconcelos Pereira (1761)
  • Giraldo José de Abranches (1761)
  • José Joaquim Justiniano Mascarenhas Castelo Branco (1765)
  • Custódio da Silva Laboreiro (1775)
  • João de Aguillar e Meneses (1780)
  • Manuel Estanislau Fragoso (1783)
  • Miguel Leal da Gama Jacome (1791)
  • Joao Baptista de Ataide Mascarenhas Cordovil (1797)
  • Gervasio Hipolito de Vasconcelos Salema (1803?)

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