I am quite interested. My Great great Grandmother's grandmother's,surname was Ynfante Valladolid. ( from my Great Grandmothers marriage certificate/contract, signed in Guatemala City, on January 26, 1899) My dad always said it was Ynfantes Of (de) Valladolid. I have seen it also as Infante, like the famous mexican singer Pedro Infante ( Nosotros los pobres, Uds los ricos). I will have to look in my papers to give you the information ( very little) I have. I am sure its Spanish, but I dont know how long have they had.been in the American Continent or in GUatemala. I visited the City of Valladolid, in Spain, just to find its more than a city, its an State. Found no Orellanas in the phone book, and few Ynfantes. I read the history of Valladolid, and no mention of famous people with that surname. As you may recall, Infante also means small child, and very often was used as a nobility title for a child of a king, or ruler, like infante of a town, or just name.
Ill send you the information I have about my ancestor.
Enrique B. May