Cat's Pereaville Notes*
The first Spanish expedition had a huge impact on the Tiguex people. But not so much the other way around.
The second Spanish expedition, a tiny group of twelve soldiers and a couple of priests, likely knew very little about Coronado's trip 40 years before.
Proving the value of travel research and planning, this expedition, led by a man called Chamuscado, chose to visit the same damn pueblo Coronado nearly wiped out. It didn't go well. Apparently, the priests, who stayed when the soldiers left, were killed.
Another expedition was sent to find the priests. It was led by Espejo who decided rumors of their deaths were true and skirted the valley entirely. He turned it into a mineral search and headed into the San Juans looking for silver and gold instead. Smart.
The priests were probably buried somewhere near that ruin - a pueblo called Puaray. Or Rincon.
* The only part of this that's fiction is the Pueblo name of "Rincon."