Hospitalization for insanity of cabo Joseph Martinez and Joseph Gutierrez soldier

Serial Number
041-00376
Title
Hospitalization for insanity of cabo Joseph Martinez and Joseph Gutierrez soldier
Author(s)
Salcedo, Nemesio
and others
Date
10-04-1803
Date
06-00-1804
Documentation
Chihuahua. October 4, 1803-June 1804. 48p. Letter. Informe. Passport. Originals and copies. Signed.
Summary
Reports on hospitalization of Cabo Martinez and soldado Gutierrez at Hospital San Ypolito de Mexico for demencia (insanity) suffered while transporting Apache prisoners from Janos to Mexico City. Documents include letters by Salcedo/Cabo Martinez passport signed by Iturrigaray/copy royal order of 12, July 1800 directing payment of soldiers hospitalization/order for 100 pesos list of provisions for Cabo Martinez return to Janos. G. Lavalley (January 1987).
Persons
Martinez, Joseph Gregorio (Cabo)
Gutierrez, Joseph Vicente (Soldado)
Armendariz, Pedro (Alferez)
Salcedo, Nemesio
Figueroa, Francisco Eusevio (Prior)
Iturrigaray, Jose
Lasso, Joseph Maria
Vildosolo, Joseph
Ximenez, Jose
Nogales Benavides, Jose
Arroyo, Mariano de
Cristalina, Manuel
Noriega, Juan de (Sagento Mayor)
Martinez, Francisco Joseph
Ahumada, Rafael
Places
Janos (Presidio)
San Ypolito de Mexico (Hospital)
Chihuahua (Villa)
Veracruz (Ciudad)
Xames (Presidio) (Janos ?)
Mexico (Ciudad)
Durango (Treasury)
Toluca
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 021 ff. 232-261
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 021 ff. 232-261
Language
Spanish
Notes
Doc. On p.256 gives details of financial arrangements for hospitalization of mentally ill soldiers.
Reference Number
2100011
Rights
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