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Lopez requests retirement from company of Durango due to his suffering from consumption. Lopez' service record and role in killing of various gandules mentioned.

Serial Number: 
041-05625
Title: 
Lopez requests retirement from company of Durango due to his suffering from consumption. Lopez' service record and role in killing of various gandules mentioned.
Author(s): 
Bonavia, Bernardo
Author(s): 
Murga, Laureano de
Author(s): 
Lopez, Jose
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
05-27-1816
Date: 
10-21-1816
Documentation: 
Durango. May 27, 1816-October 21, 1816. 6p. Informes, relaciones. Copies, signed.
Summary: 
Retirement granted to Lopez. F. 109 Lopez' describes inability to continue military career because of consumption. F. 110 details illness and describes symptoms of consumption. Informes by Lopez' superiors confirm illness and recommendation given that Lopez receive status of invalid. F. 111 filiacion of Lopez detailing personal characteristics and military service record. 1806 campaign mentioned and killing of three Gandules and recapturing of twelve horses. 1807 campaign results in death of three more Gandules. (P. Lenz, may 1990)
Persons: 
Lopez, Jose (Soldado)
Persons: 
Bonavia, Bernardo
Persons: 
Murga, Laureano de
Persons: 
Texaja
Persons: 
Rivero, Alexo
Persons: 
Rivero, Maria
Persons: 
Valenzuela, Jose (Soldado)
Persons: 
Sagarnaga, Jose (Cavo)
Persons: 
Manrriquez, Jose (Capitan)
Persons: 
Tarin, Nicolas (Teniente)
Places: 
Durango (Provincia)
Places: 
Namiquipa (Puerto)
Places: 
San Antonio
Places: 
Chihuahua (Villa)
Places: 
Conchos, Pilar de (Presidio)
Military Groups: 
Durango, Segunda Compania del Cuerpo Volante
First Location: 
AZTM, AGN, Vol. 253 ff. 108-111
Original Location: 
AGN, Mexico City, Provincias Internas Vol. 253 ff. 108-111
Language: 
Spanish
Notes: 
F. 109 duplicated.
Reference Number: 
25300018
Rights: 
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