Various informes regarding hacienda Arroyo Zarco.
Mexico. April 14, 1774 - February 21, 1776. 112p. Informes. Originals/signed.
303-312: Informe from Bucareli to director of temporalidades asking that Arroyo Zarco administrator be replaced by Aysa due to poor administration. Informe from Garay to Mangino regarding end of the ranch's seizure. Aissa asks for funds for repairs. 313-336: Montoya Garay provides inventory list to Ayssa which includes extensive and descriptive list of chapel and vestry items, household furnishings, books, kitchen goods, laborer tools, bed sheeting, store items, personal debts, farmhand salaraies, livestock. 342: Virrey grants permission that Mangino come to capital. 345-352: Escala Guller grants permission to Thomas Escala to buy and sell his properties. 353-354: Montoya aska virrey if taking horses from his own hacienda is permissible. 355-358: Mangino infoms virrey of financial losses to Arroyo Zarco caused by troops and sailors that are housed at the hacienda. (J. Hiller, October 1988)
Escala Guller, Bernardo
Montoya de Garay, Manuel
Ayso, Valero de
Mangino, Fernando Josef
Bucareli y Ursua, Antonio (Virrey)
Verroja Alviz, Juan
Sanchez Parexas, Fernando
Sierra, Juan de
Peramas, Melchor de
Alvarez, Manuel Josef de
Erasso, Josef Carlos de
Cana, Josef Anastacio de la
Montalvan, Josef de (Escribano)
Arroyo Zarco (Hacienda)
San Blas (Puerto)
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 007 ff. 303-358 exp. 21-23
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 007 ff. 303-358 exp. 2
Appears as expedientes 27-36
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