Docampo, Gonsalvo a Spanish prelate and native of Madrid, lived for a long time in Italy and was the favorite of Clement VIII; became canon of Seville, archdeacon of Niebla, bishop of Cadiz, and finally archbishop of Lima, Peru, in 1623. He died in 1626, leaving Del Govierno del Peru: — Una Carto Pastoral a Todas los Curas de Almas de su Arzobispado. See Hoefer, Nouv. Biog. Generale, s.v.