Third notebook of charges and ect. concerning Josef Carlos Rubalcaba who named himself king of Nueva Viscaya

Serial Number
041-03973
Title
Third notebook of charges and ect. concerning Josef Carlos Rubalcaba who named himself king of Nueva Viscaya
Author(s)
Galindo, Francisco
Quevedo, Jose de
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio de
and others
Date
10-18-1771
Date
07-28-1773
Documentation
Mexico. October 18, 1771-July 28, 1773. 96p. Autos. Originals. Signed.
Summary
Third notebook of charges and ect. Concerning Josef Carlos Rubalcaba who intended to name himself king of Nueva Vizcaya; correspondence concerning transfer of prisoners from San Sebastian through Guadalajara to Mexico; lawyer for defense of criminals named; validity of prior confessions questioned;decision to put all of the criminals on trial together; guardian of criminals named; call for new confessions; new confession of Rubalcaba obtained, similar to second confession in grouping above, I.e. that he got the idea while listening to passengers on Rio Santiago ferry tell of tlaxcaltecan who had become king of mountain towns; Rubalcaba Ladino, not tlaxcaltecan; Francisco Xavier, Indian accompice of Rubalcaba, falls ill, second confession expedited; Lucas Martinez, second Indian accompice of Rubalcaba, falls ill in jail and Dies before sentencing; Bernarda Arenas, wife of Juan Francisco Garcia, Spanish accomplice of Rubalcaba, is set free; defense argues prisoners only tried to trick villagers, not make Rubalcaba king; Rubalcaba sentenced to Ten years in prison at Veracruz; Garcia sentenced to Ten years in prison in Havana; Francisco died before sentencing; Lucas receives one year in prison in addition to time served, but died before serving time. (p. Coyle, September 1989)
Persons
Galindo, Francisco
Quevedo, Jose de
Rubalcaba, Josef Carlos
Francisco (Indio)
Croix, Marques de
Garcia, Juan Francisco
Mendia, Pedro
Galindo, Francisco
Quevedo, Jose de
Gonzales Vecerray, Ramon
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio de (Virrey)
Xavier, Francisco
Herrera y Ribero, Vizente de
Villafanes, Joseph Arias
Martinez, Lucas
Garcia Hernandez, Francisco
Eusebio
Francia, Mariscal de
Arenas, Bernarda de
Ruiz Calado, Joseph Ygnacio
Herrera, Juan Fernando
Amaya, Francisco de
Delgado, Antonio
Xaviera, Barbara
Hernandez, Francisco
Fernandez de Luna, Francisco
Prudencia, Ana
Cruz, Nicholas de la
Francisca, Rosa
Francisco, Juan
Villaseca, Josef Mariano
Peramas, Melchor de
Marzo, Juan Antonio de
Dios Camarera, Juan de
Senna, Joseph Antonio de la
Areche, Josef Antonio
Torre, Juan Ygnacio de la
Garcia Benmejo, Juan
Lucas (Indio)
Exquivel
Places
Guadalaxara
San Sebastian (Villa)
Tequila
Rosario
Copala, Real San Jose de
Jacobo (Pueblo)
Copala (Jurisdiccion)
Tlascala
Santa Lucia (Pueblo)
San Miguel El Grande
Santiago (Rio)
Paris
Rosario (Real)
Enechoacanejo (Pueblo)
Tecualtichi (Jurisdiccion)
Nueva Galicia
Guichipila
San Phelipe (Pueblo)
Santispac
Quibiquinta
Aguacatlan
Maloya
Leon
San Juan (Pueblo)
Buena Vista (Paraje)
Acaponeta
Santa Polonia
Habana
Veracruz
Ethnic Groups
Pardos
Benmejos
Mulatas
Tlaxcaltecans
Negros
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 167 ff. 001d-047d
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 167 ff. 001d-047d
Language
Spanish
Notes
Relates to previous four groupings, fourth grouping starting with folio number # 1; back of ff. 12 and front of ff. 13 microfilmed twice
Reference Number
16700005
Rights
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