1794 Jul. 18 |
Quinones, Estevan de
Installation of Father Francis Lennan in Natchez (Mississippi), Father Gregory White in Colescreek (Villa Gayoso Mississippi, and Father James Colman in Pensacola (Florida).
Walsh, Father Patrick
to Francisco (Luis Hector) Baron de Carondolet
As a result of Carondolet's letter of November 26, (1793) and that of Don Manuel Gayoso (de Lemos), governor of Natchez which was included in it, he has removed Father Lennan from Pensacola to Natchez in order to resume his old parish of Colescreek, thus helping out Father White, the only pastor in Natchez. But as (Father White) suffers various attacks, Walsh has assigned him as parish priest at Colescreek where there are few parishioners, but White will live at Natchez with Father Lennan whom he can assist with the more numerous duties there. Since the parish of Tombecbe (Tombigbee, Alabama) does not absolutely need a pastor he removes Father Colman from there to Pensacola. This is a copy made by Quinones.
Carondolet, (Francisco Luis Hector) Baron de
to Father Patrick Walsh
He agrees to the arrangements of Father Walsh in regard to the three pastors.
IV-4-o A.D.S. 8pp. 12mo. (Spanish)
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