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Religious Salaries

Padre provincial Ignacio Calderon a padre procurador Ignacio Altamirano. Carta concerning missionary stipends.

Author(s): 
Calderon, Ignacio
Date: 
11-06-1753
Documentation: 
Mexico. November 6, 1753. 4p. Letter. Original. Signed.
General Subjects: 

Correspondence between Feliz, viceroy, Nava, and other government officials concerning payment of sinodos to Valdez.

Author(s): 
Feliz, Xavier Ygnacio (Teniente de Justicia)
Author(s): 
Revilla Gigedo, Conde de (Virrey)
Author(s): 
Nava, Pedro de
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
08-00-1767
Documentation: 
January 22, 1790. 138p. Letter. Original. Signed. Copy.
General Subjects: 

Obispo of Sonora requests adjustment of sueldo to meet various expenses.

Author(s): 
Croix, Cavallero de (Comandante General)
Author(s): 
Garcia Navarro, Antonio Fernando
Author(s): 
Portugues, Manuel Alonzo
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
10-05-1782
Documentation: 
Sonora. October 5, 1782-January 25, 1783. 8p. Letters, oficios. Originals, copies, signed, unsigned.
General Subjects: 

Proyecto para la paz y sosiego de todas las Provincias Internas y principalmente de la Sonora, formado por fray Nunez misionero en el rio Mayo provincia de Ostimuri.

Author(s): 
Nunez, Angel Antonio (Fray)
Date: 
00-00-1769
Documentation: 
Nabajoa, rio de mayo. July 1 - September 15, 1786. 18p. Letters. Originals, signed. An annual contribution of 4 pesos by each indian family; that indians form their own parishes and pay indian and Spanish religious personnel, lists suggested salaries for various personnel; that they pay 30 Spanish residents (who must be married and will populate area) to serve as defense militia; that a system of community livestock be developed (provides prices of various species); that each indian own land and pay a percentage to the church; and that funds be set aside for the king, for hospitals, and to support livestock raising. Nunez writes of Galvez' merits. Description with map of rio Mayo area, including description of clothing worn by indians, and agricultural activities. Estimates a population of 2,000 indian families living in the rio Mayo area (maybe 6,000 souls). (L. L. Woodward, August 1989)

Representacion del Martinez pidiendo se le devuelva cantidad de pesos que se le retubieron en la mision de Bacadehuachi de donde era ministro, por disposicion del obispo de Sonora.

Author(s): 
Ugarte y Loyola, Jacobo
Author(s): 
Martinez de Cavallero, Antonio (Fray)
Date: 
06-29-1786
Documentation: 
Mexico, Zacatecas, Arispe. June 29, 1786 - May 15, 1788. 19p. Letters. Originals, signed.
General Subjects: 

Escandon's correspondence re: mission establishment in Aguayo, Escandon, and Revilla.

Author(s): 
Serma y Escudero, Miguel de
Author(s): 
Escandon, Joseph de (Coronel)
Author(s): 
Valcarcel, Domingo
Author(s): 
Gorraez, Joseph de
Date: 
02-1--1757
Documentation: 
Monclova, Mexico, Nuevo Santander, San Angel. February1, 1757 - March 7, 1758. 24p. Letters. Originals, signed.
General Subjects: 

Letter lists selected padres for Oaxaca, and Garces as procurator.

Date: 
11-21-1662
Documentation: 
Oaxaca. November 21, 1662. 4p. Letters. Originals, signed.
General Subjects: 

Correspondence re: mission finances.

Author(s): 
Avilez, Juan Josef de (Ministro)
Author(s): 
Corbalan, Pedro de
Author(s): 
Orabuena, Francisco Gabriel de (Ministro)
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
02-25-1776
Documentation: 
Guasave, Batuco. February 25 - August 26, 1776. 22p. Letter. Original, signed.
General Subjects: 

Letters concerning payment of salary to Molano, chaplain of Monclova presidio.

Author(s): 
Bonavia, Bernardo (Comandante General)
Author(s): 
and others
Date: 
12-31-1813
Documentation: 
Durango. December 31, 1813-March 11, 1818. 18p. Letters. Copies. Signed.