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Doña Inés de Limoges and Dominicans
In 1366 Doña Inés de Limoges, whose lineage was Hispanicized as Alimógenes, was a lady of the Salamanca nobility and donated the place with the Zorita mill to the Dominican Convent of Saint Stephen.
She married to Don Juan Alfonso Godínez, Chancellor of Castile (descendant of Don Godino de Coimbra, leader of the Portogaleses), who was called to repopulate the lands of Salamanca, Ávila and Segovia, as was Don Pedro Alcalde los Francos, father of Doña Inés.
Doña Inés was entrusted by Queen María de Molina with the education of the future King Alfonso XI, with whom she spent her summers at Hacienda Zorita.