Juan Alarcon, Juan Ornelas, Santiago Mesa and Andres Gonzales are tried for the crime of desertion

Serial Number
041-04230
Title
Juan Alarcon, Juan Ornelas, Santiago Mesa and Andres Gonzales are tried for the crime of desertion
Author(s)
Balza Viguni, Antonio
Garcia, Gabriel
Sainz Ortiz, Fadeo
and others
Date
02-28-1818
Date
06-19-1820
Documentation
Durango-Mexico. February 28, 1989-June 19, 1820. 72p. Letters. Originals. Copies. Signed.
Summary
Criminals are brought together and transported to Durango; some people not considered necessary for transport culled; charges presented to soldiers once they arrive in prison; confessions of deserters; listings of stolen goods, crimes committed, acomplices; notice from Buena Vista town that four deserters stole three horses and carried off two women; much repetitive testimony from prisoners; notice to find Gonzales, who was left by the other three in home town of Nombre de Dios; prisoners give lack of food and clothing as reason for desertion; Gonzalez testimony that he was abducted by others found to be most honest and he not considered acomplice in desertion; Prodela named defender of Alarcon and Mesa, Uranga named for Ornelas; legal deposition of crimes, precidents in case, argues prisoners should only be given time served as they left with only cloths on their backs; judge gives six years to be served in army units, based on precident quoted by Rodriguez; eventually set free by virrey in 1820 (p. Coyle December 1989)
Persons
Alarcon, Juan (Soldado)
Ornelas, Juan (Soldado)
Mesa, Santiago
Gonzales, Andres
Balza Viguri, Antonio
Garcia, Gabriel
Gomez, Eusevia
Perez, Jose
Hernandes, Juan
Mateos, Andres
Ornelas, Blas
Morillo, Tomara
Maynes, Alberto
Allande, Pedro
Granados, Juan Francisco
Sillas, Reyes
Sillas, Paula
Portillo, Victor
Villarro, Navor
Walker, Pedro
Allende
Parra, Antonio
Fierro, Antonio
Gaspar de Ochoa, Jose
Campo, Mariscal
Garcia Conde, Alexo
Balza Viguri, Antonio (Teniente)
Tarbe, Fermin de
Molina, Bisente
Macon, Pedro
Bonabia, Bernardo
Ramirez, Cristoval
Gonzalez, Benancio
Rojas, Maria Josefa
Sanchez, Vizente
Amaya, Antonio
Castanos, Jose Antonio
Tato, Ygnacio
Espinoza, Claudio
Ruiz de Bustamante, Juan Jose
Ahumada, Juan Pedro de
Madariaga, Pedro
Prodela, Ygnacio
Uranga, Xavier de
Jorge, Martin
Hernandez, Jose Geronimo
Rebueba, Hermenegildo
Places
Nueva Vizcaya
Lagos
Zapaiolmes, Santa Cruz
Chihuahua (Villa)
San Pablo
Julmes
Tabalopa (Hacienda)
Durango
San Geronimo (Pueblo)
San Carlos
Cantra
Zacatecas
Los Dolores
Los Insurgentes Nochitlan
Buena Vista (Pueblo)
Encarnacion (Villa)
Nombre de Dios
Zacatecas, Palmar de
Cabaloca (Hacienda)
San Carlos (Presidio)
Aguacalientes
Sombrerete
Carbonara
Military Groups
4th Compania Volante
4th Provincial de Cavalleria
5th Compania Provincial de Cavelleria
Dragones de Trisia, Regimentode
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 185 ff. 001-036
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 185 ff. 001-036
Language
Spanish
Notes
Ff. #10 microfilmed twice, ff. #16 microfilmed twice
Reference Number
18500001
Rights
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