Fernando de Castro
|Nombre al nacer||de Castro, Fernando|
|Título Nobiliario||Señor de Paul de Boquilobo||
|Parentesco con la persona principal||Nombre||Parentesco dentro de esta familia (si no es por nacimiento)|
|Padre||Pedro de Castro|
|Madre||Leonor Tellez de Meneses|
|Fernando de Castro|
| || ||Familia de Fernando de Castro y Isabel de Ataide|
|Casados||Esposa||Isabel de Ataide|
Fernando de Castro (born c. 1380; died off Cape St. Vincent, April 1440 or 1441) was a 15th-century Portuguese nobleman, diplomat and military figure. Fernando de Castro was the 1st Lord of Paúl de Boquilobo. He was a member of the royal council of John I of Portugal, and governor of the household of Prince Henry the Navigator.
Dom Fernando de Castro was a member of the powerful House of Castro. He was a younger son of Pedro de Castro, Lord of Cadaval (son of Álvaro Pires de Castro) and Leonor Telo de Meneses (daughter of D. João Afonso Telo de Menezes, 1st Count of Ourém). Fernando de Castro is described by chronicler Rui de Pina as a man of "noble blood, prudent, of good counsel and good estates"
Fernando de Castro married twice.
first marriage (c. 1415) to Isabel de Ataíde (daughter of Martim Gon��alves de Ataíde, alcaide-mór of Chaves), produced:
1.D. Álvaro de Castro, 1st Count of Monsanto
2.D.Henrique de Castro, Prior of Crato
3.D. Garcia de Castro, 2nd Lord of Paúl de Boquilobo
4.D. Maria de Castro, married Álvaro de Sousa, Lord of Miranda, alcaide-mór of Arronches and mordomo-mor of Afonso V of Portugal
5.D. Isabel de Castro, married Duarte de Menezes, 3rd Count of Viana
6.D. Catarina de Castro, married Álvaro Vaz de Almada, 1st Count of Avranches, later re-married Martinho de Ataíde, 1st Count of Atouguia
second marriage to Mécia de Sousa produced
1.D. Violente de Castro, Lady of Mafra
2.D.Margarida de Castro, married Jean de Neufchâtel, Lord of Montagu-Fontenoy.