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Diego Guzmán de Haros         
CATHOLIC CARDINAL
Diego Guzman de Haros; Diego de Guzmán Haros
Diego Guzmán de Haros (1566 – 21 January 1631) was a cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church from 1629 to 1631.
Diego Ramírez de Fuenleal         
SPANISH CHAPLAIN
Diego Ramírez de Villaescua de Haro
Diego Ramírez de Fuenleal (1459–1537) (also known as Diego Ramírez de Haro, Diego Ramírez de Villaescusa, or Diego Ramírez de Arellano) was a Roman Catholic prelate who served as Bishop of Cuenca (1518–1537), Bishop of Málaga (1500–1518), and Bishop of Astorga (1498–1500)."Bishop Diego Ramírez de Villaescua de Haro" Catholic-Hierarchy.
Juan de Guzmán         
TLATOANI OF COYOACAN
Juan de Guzman; Juan de Guzmán Itztollinqui; Juan de Guzmán Itztolinqui; Juan de Guzman Itztollinqui; Juan de Guzman Itztolinqui
Don Juan de Guzmán Itztolinqui (reigned 1526–1569Gibson (1960): p. 186) was a post-Conquest tlatoani (ruler) of the altepetl (ethnic state) of Coyoacán in the Valley of Mexico.

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Diego Ramírez de Guzmán (bishop of León)
Diego Ramírez de Guzmán was a medieval bishop of León (1344–1354). He belonged to the powerful noble family of the Guzmanes.