Documents about depredations by Pedro Jose and his band of rebels.

Serial Number
041-00959
Title
Documents about depredations by Pedro Jose and his band of rebels.
Author(s)
Escandon y de la Helguera, Jose (Conde de Sierra Gorda)-Guemes Pacheco y Padilla, Juan Vicente (Virrey)
Date
06-16-1793
Date
08-22-1793
Documentation
Santander. June 16, 1793. 22p. Informe. Peticion. Signed.
Summary
Documents relating to Pedro Jose Gualahuizes' rebel and his band who have been assaulting ranches, stage coaches, and small towns, killing various men escaping to mountains with properties and stock. Force formed to capture band to no avail. Rebels use mission of San Cristobal de los gualahuises for protection. Fray Barragan informs viceroy of impossibility to proselytize Indians in mission. Fiscal sends letter to viceroy indicating plans to inprison, resettle and disperse Indians in different areas to be carried by governor of Nuevo Leon and Santander, viceroy approves proyect but bishop of Nuevo Leon desires mission of San Cristobal to continue in same area guided by two friars who should try to indoctrinate Indians. (A. Dell'acqua. August 19, 1987.)
Persons
Noparan, Pedro Jose (Indio Rebelde)
Canal, Mariano de la
Escandon y de la Helguera, Jose (Conde de Sierra Gorda, Fundador de Santander o Taumalipas)
Guemes Pacheco y Padilla, Juan Vicente (Virrey, Conde de Revillagigedo)
Gomez de Castro, Jose Maria (Cura)
Paz, Antonio (Fray)
Barragan, Juan Nepomuceno (Fray)
Vaamonde y Villamil, Manuel (Gobernador)
Artegui, Jose (Fray)
Garcia, Domingo (Sargento)
Bustamante, Ramon (Capitan)
Arese, Julian Andres (Obispo)
Alencastre Norona y Silva, Fernando de (Duque de Linares y Marquez de Valdefuente)
Places
Linares (Ciudad)
Nuevo Leon (Reyno)
Perico (Rancho)
Ayre (Puerto) (?)
Mimbres (Cuesta)
Conchos (Rio)
Barca (Hacienda)
Noios (Villa)
San Carlos (Villa)
Uluhua, San Juan (Potrero)
Aguaio (Villa)
Guemez (Villa)
San Cristobal (Mision)
San Luis Potosi (Ciudad)
Zacatecas (Provincia)
San Fernando (Villa)
Pilon (Valle)
Guadalupe (Pueblecillo)
Ethnic Groups
Pizones
Jobos
Collotes
Lobos
Hualahuises
Military Groups
Compania de Laredo
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 040 ff. 063-076
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 040 ff. 063-076
Language
Spanish
Notes
Based on diccionario purrua, Jose Escandon died in 1770, his signature in document is dated 1793.
Reference Number
4000002
Rights
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