Conqueror(s)
Time (A.D.)
Location
Hernan Cortes
1518-1522
Mexico

1524
Honduras
Francisco Pizarro
1509-1535
Peru
Vasco Nunez de Balboa
1510-1519
Panama
Diego Velazquez de Cuellar
1511-1519
Cuba
Juan Ponce de Leon
1508
Puerto Rico
Hernan Cortes
Cortes was born in 1485 in Medellin, Extremadura, Spain. He went to the University of Salamanca and failed law. He heard about the expedition to the new world and joined in the journey. He was under the control of a man named Quintero. They reached Cuba and Cortes proved a worthy soldier. Another explorer named Velazquez had Cortes captain a voyage to Mexico. He went in and the Aztecs thought he was a God. He ended up being kicked out by the Aztecs, so he returned with reinforcements and conquered the Aztec Empire and Mexico.

Francisco Pizarro
Pizarro was born in Trujillo, Extremadura, Spain. He joined the expedition of Nunez de Balboa across the Isthmus of Panama, which led to the discovery of the Pacific ocean. Pizarro got funding so that he could explore south of Panama. He explored Colombia, Ecuador, and as far as Peru. He captured the emperor of the Incas. He founded Lima and destroyed Cuzco, the capital of the Inca empire.

Vasco Nunez de Balboa
He was the governor of a colony on Hispaniola. He went and sailed across the Gulf of Uraba to the Darien Peninsula. He explored to the west, through rainforests. He was the first person to see the Pacific Ocean when he climbed a peak in Darien, Panama.

Diego Velazquez de Cuellar
Diego first went to the New World with Christopher Columbus, and settled in Hispaniola. He lead the conquest to Cuba and found numerous Spanish settlements, which include Santiago in 1514 and Havana in 1515. He was then appointed governor of Cuba.

Juan Ponce de Leon
Juan went to the New World with Christopher Columbus on his Second Voyage. Columbus returned to Spain after he gained gold and riches from Haiti, but Juan stays in the Dominican Republic. He founded the first settlement in Puerto Rico and colonized it with some men an a greyhound dog to scare the natives.

Sources:
http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/spanish-conquistadors.htm
http://www.thepirateking.com/bios/velasquez_de_cuellar_diego.htm