Indians (Prisoners) (Children)

Autos formed against coronel Escandon.

Serial Number
041-04131
Title
Autos formed against coronel Escandon.
Author(s)
Gorraez Beaumont y Navarra, Joseph de (Secretario)
Date
01-29-1773
Date
01-26-1774
Documentation
Mexico. January 29, 1773-January 26, 1774. 230p. Autos. Signed.
Summary
Series of charges against Escandon. First charge, folio 10, that Escandon did not reduce Indians peacefully and failed to populate the colony; second charge folio 60 that Escandon did not distribute the land between people, soldiers and Indians during twenty years; third charge, folio 77, that he did not take in to account the meeting of 1748 on election of captains and treatment of Indians; fourth charge, folio 88, failure to investigate the murder of several Indians; fifth charge, folio 90, failure of Escandon to investigate and punish captain Guevara's murder of a group of Indians; sixth charge, folio 90, no investigation of other murders by Unsaga; seventh charge, folio 91, Escandon orders killing of three Indians, one a minor; eighth charge, folio 93, a citizen of Aguayo complains to to Escandon about the behaviour of a captain, Escandon punishes the complainer and when the wife of the complainer goes to look for him and she was murdered by the Indians; ninth charge, folio 95, Escandon separates Indian men from their wifes and children, and sells Indians to other cities resulting in Indian retaliation and thus starting wars with Xanambres and Apostatas. He is accused of twenty years of fraud, despotism, trials without authority, misappropriation of land; 10 charge folio 98, Escandon sends 173 Indians to Querataro; eleventh charge, folio 100, Escandon kept three Indians working for him for fifteen years; twelfth charge, folio 103, Escandon abused his power to use the death penalty and forced labor in the presidio; thirteenth charge, folio 103, he used comissions to get Indians for his own service; fourteenth charge, folio 106, he failed to protect Indian health; fifteenth charge, folio 107, he used Indians to build his house and maintain his lands; sixteenth charge, folio 108, he failed to investigate or punish two sheperds who murdered an Indian; seventeenth charge, folio 110, Escandon populated colony with dangerous criminals getting the nickname of colonia Portugal de Nueva Espana; eighteenth charge, folio 114, Escandon forgives Indians that confess crimes and puts them in esquadras militares; nineteenth charge, folio 115, Escandon intimidated new settlers he did not like and gave instructions not to accept them; twentieth charge, folio 117, he appointed a murderer from Reinosa as captain; twenty first charge, folio 119, Escandon admitted a delinquent from Coahuila; twenty second charge, folio 121, twice Escandon destroyed the church of the Pisones Indians; twenty third charge, folio 123, has taken land from Indians of Santa Rosa; twenty fourth charge, folio 125, Escandon did not build a church in Laredo for the spiritual benefit of the Spaniards and Indians; twenty fifth charge, folio 128, for a period of 14 years Escandon remained minister of Santillana village; twenty sixth charge, folio 129, Escandon did not permit the redistribution of Diezmos from labranzas y crianzas in the colony for 20 years; twenty seventh charge, folio 131, Escandon renamed places; twenty eighth charge, folio 135, Escandon became rich and did not pay diezmos; twenty ninth charge, folio 138, Escandon gave a captain more than five Leguas at border of Rio Grande, other land and did not pay any diezmo to church of Guadalaxara; thirtieth charge, folio 141, Escandon was paying salaries to ministers in places that had no ministers; thirty first charge, folio 141, Escandon did not accept Indians in his village because he did not want to give them protection; thirty second charge, folio 144, he gave instructions to captain of Laredo not to admit Apaches; thirty third charge, folio 147, Escandon did not give 100 pesos to the colonists of San Carlos; thirty fourth charge, folio 148, Escandon refused to receive the bishop from Guadalaxara; thirty fifth charge, folio 151, he became a trader, knowing gobernadores were prohibited from trade; thirty sixth, charge, folio 158, Escandon permit exploitation of mines and use of silver without paying tax; thirty seventh charge, folio 160, since the year 1746 he had not reduced or pacified any Indians; last charge folio 162, complaints from capitania general related to Escandon's procedures. The next group of folios (166-319) are the defense of Escandon. (D. Bautista, nov, 1989)
Persons
Escandon, Jose (Coronel)
Palacios, Juan Fernando (Gobernador)
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio Maria (Virrey)
Osorio y Llamas, Jose (Licenciado)
Cornide y Savedra, Diego (Licenciado)
Gorraez Beaumont y Navarra, Joseph de (Secretario)
Croix, Marques de (Virrey)
Garcia Mayoral, Pedro
Sarasa, Francisco (Auditor)
Guerrero de Ardila, Gabriel (Contador)
Revillagigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Tienda de Cuervo, Josef (Capitan)
Lopez, Agustin (Ingeniero)
Andrew, Antonio de (Fiscal)
Altamira, Marquez de (Auditor)
Lazaro (Indio)
Garcia, Marques de
Aranda, Marques de
Valcarrel, Domingo
Iglesias, Agustin (Coronel)
Rodriguez Gallardo, Josef Raphael (Contador)
Garza, Blas Maria de la (Capitan)
Trascierra, Josef (Mulato)
Cerna, Joseph Vicente (Capitan)
Gonzalez de Santianez, Vicente (Gobernador)
Rios, Feliciano (Cabo)
Baruerena, Juan Francisco (Capitan)
Paz, Gregorio de (Capitan)
Toro (Indio)
Unsaga y Barrola, Domingo de (Capitan)
Serna, Miguel de (Gobernador)
Matta, Juan de (Indio)
Soria, Salvador Manuel de (Indio)
Lucio, Juan (Indio)
Cordova, Miguel de (Capitan)
Baptizta, Manuel (Indio)
Molina, Marcos (Indio)
Arroyo, Juan de
Escafadillo, Josef de (Capitan)
Penilla, Manuel de la (Capitan)
Llata, Francisco de (Administrador)
Hidalgo, Lorenzo
Perchero, Francisco El (Indio)
Cruz, Antonio de la (Indio)
Mansilla (Indio)
Ponse de Leon, Vicente
Rojo, Juan Antonio
Antonio, Ricardo (Mestizo)
Lopez Lara, Josef (Indio)
Izaguirre, Andres (Indio)
Aguilar, Tomas de (Indio)
Gallegos, Alexandro (Indio)
Gallegos, Julian (Indio)
Trasy, Josef (Indio)
Medrano, Isidro (Indio)
Hinojosa, Juan Josef
Sanchez Borrego, Josef
Vasquez Borrego, Josef (Capitan)
Sanchez, Thomas (Capitan)
Arteaga, Matheo de (Doctoral)
Amarillas, Marques de las (Virrey)
Aro, Juan de
Rodriguez de Rivas, Diego (Obispo)
Garcia, Josef Joachin (Fray)
Samora, Javier
Diaz, Tadeo
Trevino, Marcelino
Places
Nuevo Santander
Gorda (Sierra)
Veracruz
Pardo
Tampico
Espiritu Santo (Bahia)
San Saba
Llera (Poblacion)
Guemez (Poblacion)
Horcasitas (Poblacion)
Altamira (Poblacion)
San Fernando (Poblacion)
Padilla (Poblacion)
Reynosa (Poblacion)
Camargo (Poblacion)
Burgos (Poblacion)
Santa Barbara (Poblacion)
Infantes (Poblacion)
Soto (Poblacion)
Aguayo (Poblacion)
Iglesia, Voca de la (Lugar)
Revilla (Poblacion)
Escandon (Poblacion)
Hoyos (Poblacion)
Mier (Poblacion)
Xalpa
Laredo (Poblacion)
San Christobal (Cerro)
Media Luna (Paraje)
Verde (Rio)
Guadalupe
Pachuca, Diego de
Landa
Tilaco
Tamcoyol
Concas
San Fernando
San Nicolas
La Divina Pastora
Palmillas
Michoacan
San Josef Vizarron (Poblacion)
Pena Millera
Herrera
Jamuave (Poblacion)
Canarias (Islas)
Texas (Provincia)
San Xavier (Rio)
Sonora
Adaez (Presidio)
San Antonio de Vejar (Presidio)
Nuestra Senora de los Dolores
Nayarit
Nuevo Mexico
Nuevo Reyno de Leon
Coahuila
Californias
Panuco
Valles (Villa)
San Antonio (Rio)
Santa Dorotea
Nueces (Rio)
Balmaceda (Villa)
Mascucias (Paraje)
Misisipi (Rio)
Tantoyuca
Tamaulipas
Xamattan
Grande (Rio)
Guadalcajar
Tula
Blanco (Rio)
Pisona (Nacion)
Santa Rosa (Hacienda)
Opulencia (Colonia)
Cerralvo
Leones, Voca de
Dolores (Hacienda)
San Juan Baptizta (Mision)
Santillana (Villa)
San Antonio de los Llanos (Pueblo)
Cantaro (Pueblo)
Guayalejo (Rio)
San Carlos (Poblacion)
San Fernando (Colegio)
Campeche
San Luis Potosi
Matahuala
Soto la Marina
Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe (Colegio)
Zacatecas
Pacuala
Ethnic Groups
Chichimecos
Pames
Apaches
Huastecos
Mulatos
Anacanaes
Panhuayes
Xanambres
Pizones
Sihui
Tlaxcaltecas
Tamaulipenos
Malinchenos
Palahueques
Military Groups
Queretaro, Regimiento Miliciano de
Cerralvo, Esquadra de
Voca de Leones, Esquadra
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 178 ff. 001-165
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 178 ff. 001-165
Language
Spanish
Reference Number
17800001
UAIR Filtering Fields
Person Last Name
Escandon
Palacios
Bucareli y Ursua
Osorio y Llamas
Cornide y Savedra
Gorraez Beaumont y Navarra
Croix
Garcia Mayoral
Sarasa
Guerrero de Ardila
Revillagigedo
Tienda de Cuervo
Lopez
Andrew
Altamira
Lazaro
Garcia
Aranda
Valcarrel
Iglesias
Rodriguez Gallardo
Garza
Trascierra
Cerna
Gonzalez de Santianez
Rios
Baruerena
Paz
Toro
Unsaga y Barrola
Serna
Matta
Soria
Lucio
Cordova
Baptizta
Molina
Arroyo
Escafadillo
Penilla
Llata
Hidalgo
Perchero
Cruz
Mansilla
Ponse de Leon
Rojo
Antonio
Lopez Lara
Izaguirre
Aguilar
Gallegos
Gallegos
Trasy
Medrano
Hinojosa
Sanchez Borrego
Vasquez Borrego
Sanchez
Arteaga
Amarillas
Aro
Rodriguez de Rivas
Garcia
Samora
Diaz
Trevino
Beginning Date Month
January
End Date Month
January
Beginning Date (repacked)
01-29-1773
End Date (repacked)
01-26-1774
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11365
ISO 369-1 Language code
es
ISO 369-3 Language code
spa
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Gubernatorial administrative correspondence reporting on several Indian affairs and some military actions.

Serial Number
041-04036
Title
Gubernatorial administrative correspondence reporting on several Indian affairs and some military actions.
Author(s)
Nava, Pedro de
Potau de Portugal, Francisco Xavier
Borica, Diego de
Date
02-01-1792
Date
12-13-1792
Documentation
Lanos, Santa Barbara, Durango. February 1, 1792-December 13, 1792. 86p. Letters, informes, relaciones, peticiones. Originals, signed. Military post to safeguard cattle used for food for indians who are peaceful; military operation launched against gandules ended with some taken as prisoners and others killed; commander nava, is ordered to drive indians away from fronteras where they are inflicting too much damage to Spaniard's properties; report about military operations are sent to the viceroy; indians have stolen corn from rancho manuel manuel; report on indians stealing horses, mules and corn from several ranchos, some horses are later recovered; summary of indian hostilities in San Juan Bautista is sent to the viceroy; series of reports on several military campaigns launched against indians who stole horses and mules from presidios; report on series of robberies committed by indians from presidios and haciendas. (M. Marroquin, December 1988)
Persons
Grimarrest, Enrrique (Intendente)
Borica, Diego de (Inspector)
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Saenz Rico, Joseph
Carrete, Pedro
Pereyra, Gaspar
Potau de Portugal, Francisco Xavier (Governador)
Arbera, Jose Antonio (Teniente)
Mendieta, Antonio de
Pereda Zeballos, Pedro
Sanches, Jose
Alvarez Prendes, Eusebio Mariano (Secretario)
Gutierrez, Manuel (Cura Parroco)
Paniagua, Bernabe
Carrasco, Jose Manuel (Capitan)
Urquidi, Agustin de
Maynes, Joaquin
Palacios, Mechor
Mesa, Miguel (Teniente)
Llama, Manuel de la (Comisionado)
Lopez Negrete, Felipe (Hacendado)
Quinonez, Jose Mariano (Sargento)
Arrillaga, Lorenzo (Teniente)
Bustamante, Antonio (Sargento)
Banegas, Ermenegildo
Aragon, Felipe
Gonzales, Juan Prudencio
Arbisuri, Jose Antonio
Fierro, Francisco Antonio de
Lopez, Julian (Soldado)
Olivera, Jose Antonio de (Secretario)
Vidal de Lorca, Manuel
Hernandez, Ygnacio
Mexas, Nicolas
Chavez, Joaquin
Gomez, Gregorio
Aguilera, Carmelo
Places
Bacoachi
Sonora
Nueva Vizcaya
Norte, Presidio del (Presidio)
Altar (Presidio)
Mogollon (Sierra)
San Francisco (Sierra)
Fronteras (Presidio)
Esquegoca (Rancheria)
Durango (Provincia)
Manuel Manuel (Rancho)
Santa Barbara
Rio, San Juan del
Rio, Juan Bautista del (Valle)
Coneto (Real)
Tobozo (Puesto)
Guatimape (Hacienda)
Mapini (Real)
Cadena (Hacienda)
San Bartolome (Valle)
Guajuquilla (Presidio)
Atotonilco
Nombre de Dios (Villa)
Tunal, Santa Maria de
Lapaz Quaxo
Guatimape (Hacienda)
Vocas (Hacienda)
Sauces (Paraje)
Cruces (Puesto)
Canatlan (Pueblo)
Mimbres (Canada)
Ramos (Hacienda)
Papasquiaxo, Santiago
Guichapa
Bachiva, Ojito de
Ysomazan
Noria (Paraje)
Santa Catarina (Boca)
Alamo
Guanacivi
Ethnic Groups
Mescaleros
Lipanes
Gandules
Apaches
Military Groups
Cuarta Compania Volante
First Location
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 171 ff. 358-401 exp. 1
Original Location
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 171 ff. 358-401 exp. 1
Notes
Documents narrate the same kind of military activity, although the scenario where actions take place change in every document. Documents somewhat repetitive.
UAIR Filtering Fields
Author Last Name
Nava
Potau de Portugal
Borica
Borica
Person Last Name
Grimarrest
Borica
Revilla Gigedo
Saenz Rico
Carrete
Pereyra
Potau de Portugal
Arbera
Mendieta
Pereda Zeballos
Sanches
Alvarez Prendes
Gutierrez
Paniagua
Carrasco
Urquidi
Maynes
Palacios
Mesa
Llama
Lopez Negrete
Quinonez
Arrillaga
Bustamante
Banegas
Aragon
Gonzales
Arbisuri
Fierro
Lopez
Olivera
Vidal de Lorca
Hernandez
Mexas
Chavez
Gomez
Aguilera
Beginning Date Month
February
End Date Month
December
Beginning Date (repacked)
02-01-1792
End Date (repacked)
12-13-1792
Type
Text
UAiR identifier
uadc://masterindex/11270
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