1801 (May 26)|
Brunete, O.M.Cap., Father Mariano
to Father Jerome Blace, (O.F.M.) and
Being greatly incapacitated by his health, and the bishop having given him an assistantship at the cathedral, he has decided not to return to his parish. Since he has two slaves, some animals and household furniture and provisions, he asks Blace and Peleagonzalo to sell them for him.
Peleagonzalo, Father Tirso de and
In accordance with the letter from Brunete, in the presence of the Commandant, Captain Man(ue)l Landry and witnesses, they sold the goods as follows: (A list of the persons to whom sold and the amount paid).
There follow a list of fees for burials (with the names of the dead) made up by Juan Baptisto Rodriguez, the marguillier in charge at the church of St. John Baptist (of the Second German Coast), a receipt showing that Rodriguez had received 99 pesos paying in full what was owed to the church by Brunete, other receipts, Peleangonzalo's belongings, a bill for doctor's calls and medicines.
(Penalver y Cardenas), Bishop (Luis)
Father Juan de Dios Valdes is to have Brunete's slave, Agustin, for 100 pesos; 73 pesos are to be distributed for Masses for the souls in purgatory.
Rodrigo testifies that he received the 100 pesos and the 25 pesos at which Brunete;s room furnishings(?) were valued. Witnesses sign. There follow statements signed on March 13, 1801 by Fathers Ubaldo Delgado, Thomas Hassett, Fran(cis)co Perez Guerrero, Sebastian Gili, Valdes, Flavian de Besancon, Patricio Walsh and Isidro Quintero that they have received alms for Masses for Brunete and for his intention.
V-2-m L.S., A.D.S. (Spanish) 25pp. 4to.
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