relacion individual de las misiones doctrinas, y curatos que en el obispado de Durango se hallan sin ministros propietarios por falta de sacerdotes seculares y religiosos sueltos.

Serial Number
041-03875
Title
relacion individual de las misiones doctrinas, y curatos que en el obispado de Durango se hallan sin ministros propietarios por falta de sacerdotes seculares y religiosos sueltos.
Date
12-10-1792
Documentation
Durango. December 10, 1792. 8p. Approximate letters. Copies, originals.
Summary
A report on the religious institutions of the area that discuss the personnel shortages in each and names those persons who are carrying on duties of institutions provisionally; separates missions that are understaffed or not staffed at all, speaks of the impact on personnel that the expulsion of the Jesuits had; before their expulsion Jesuits were in charge of 28 missions, 10 of these have been given over to sacerdotes seculares and the remaining 18 to el colegio Apostolico de Guadalupe in addition to two newly erected missions, Guaycabala and Cajurichic, who only have the necessary religious artifacts to celebrate confession, baptism, and burials; doctrinas, lists 7 doctrinas and gives the names of those in charge of each if applicable, notes the lack of foresight in Borica's decision to remove the synod from these establishments, notes that the Indians from three of these pueblos are 30 Leguas away from the doctrina de guazmota. Curatos indotados, gives the names of the curatos that are either understaffed or not staffed at all as well as general comments on their administration; sums up letter by requesting that the virrey take steps to alleviate the burden he is under. (O. Velez, February 1989)
Persons
Galvan, Ramon
Rubio, Juan Fransisco
Villanueba, Juan de Dios
Escandon, Juan Joseph
Jaguez, Nicanor
Rivas, Joseph Gil de (Religioso Fransisco)
Borica, Diego de
Canseco, Josef Ignacio (Sacerdote)
Canseco, Juan
Moya, Clemente de
Herrera (Padre)
Suria, Andres
Torre, Josef Maria (Augustino)
Zida, Josef Manuel (Sacerdote)
Irigoyen, Miguel de
Ibarra, Marcelino de
Places
Sosohuichic (Mision)
Matachic (Mision)
San Borja (Mision)
Nonoava (Mision)
Carichic (Mision)
Temosachic (Mision)
Papigochic (Mision)
Santo Tomas (Mision)
Coyachic (Mision)
Guaycabala (Mision)
Cajurichic (Mision)
Temosaya, San Miguel de (Doctrina)
Mesquital, San Fransisco de
Tapicaringa, Santa Maria Magdalena de (Doctrina)
Tenaraca, Santiago (Doctrina)
Ocotlan, San Fransisco de (Doctrina)
Xicara, Don Pedro (Doctrina)
Talpa, Don Lucas de (Doctrina)
Batopilas
San Antonio (Doctrina)
Pueblo Nuevo
Mapimi, (Real)
Gallo (Presidio)
Eulalia, Santa (Curato)
San Buenaventura (Valle)
Otacz, Santa Maria de
San Gregorio (Pueblo)
Guadalupe
Otatitan (Pueblo)
Ethnic Groups
Apaches
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 162 ff. 038-042 (Approx) exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 162 ff. 038-042 (Appro
Language
Spanish
Notes
Folios unnumbered; this series begins with the phrase found above in title
Reference Number
16200003
Rights
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