Now that simple greeting implies many things, even today. That's part of my question to you
real 'Histiory Buffs'....I toy with History but have not read enough, yet, to be considered that good.
Here's the question: If his name was Francisco Vasquez de Coronado in 1540 and he explored Arizona, New Mexico, Kansas and Texas looking for those 'Seven Cities' why is the 'Coronado' Trail', in eastern Arizona, named 'The Coronado' Trail. In Europe at this time ( 1540 ), I believe it was common pratice to display a difference in names indicating location to help sort through all the same names. Thusly, 'de Coronado'....! Any help will be appreciated, for this has cost me some sleep at night !