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By arturoramos - Posted on 26 April 2006

I just found this going through the Archivo General de la Nacion index. There was a discussion last week about finding out who were the escribanos and how they worked. I am pretty sure that each escribano was given a jurisdiccion where he was responsible, so this confirms that in the early 1700s there was an escribano assigned to Jerez y el Valle de Tlaltenango, which at that time, I believe was considered a single municipal entity, split in half by Colotlan which was under a military government under the direct jurisdiccion of the Viceroy of New Spain, i.e. not Nueva Galicia:

The escribano until 1741 was Manuel Antonio Suarez and after 1741 was Nicolas Pardo y Figueroa. Neither of these names appears in the Archivo Historico de Jalisco's list of escribanos.

Clave de Registro 107653
No. Grupo 45
Grupo Documental Escribanos
Fecha ABRIL 18 - NOVIEMBRE 16 DE 1741
Volumen 12
Expediente 13
Fojas 301-312v
Descripción RENUNCIA. AUTOS HECHOS SOBRE LA RENUNCIA DE DON MANUEL ANTONIO SUAREZ, AL OFICIO DE ESCRIBANO PUBLICO Y DE CABILDO DE LA VILLA DE JEREZ Y VALLE DE TLALTENANGO EN LA PROVINCIA DE LA NUEVA GALICIA, A FAVOR DE DON NICOLAS PARDO Y FIGUEROA, EL CUAL SE LE REMATA EN 500 PESOS, CUYA TERCIA PARTE PAGARA A LA REAL CAJA. VILLA DE JEREZ (Y) VALLE DE TLALTENANGO.

Wow Arturo this is great. It give us hope that the information is there.
So is the Escribano the equivilent of Notario? I'm wondering if those
films are basically the work of one Notario per film or if they are a
mixture of records like the Marriage Dispensation records are. Probably
a mixture since a Notario worked over a given area over a number of years.

thanks,

joseph

arturoramos wrote:

>I just found this going through the Archivo General de la Nacion index. There was a discussion last week about finding out who were the escribanos and how they worked. I am pretty sure that each escribano was given a jurisdiccion where he was responsible, so this confirms that in the early 1700s there was an escribano assigned to Jerez y el Valle de Tlaltenango, which at that time, I believe was considered a single municipal entity, split in half by Colotlan which was under a military government under the direct jurisdiccion of the Viceroy of New Spain, i.e. not Nueva Galicia:
>
>The escribano until 1741 was Manuel Antonio Suarez and after 1741 was Nicolas Pardo y Figueroa. Neither of these names appears in the Archivo Historico de Jalisco's list of escribanos.
>
>Clave de Registro 107653
>No. Grupo 45
>Grupo Documental Escribanos
>Fecha ABRIL 18 - NOVIEMBRE 16 DE 1741
>Volumen 12
>Expediente 13
>Fojas 301-312v
>Descripción RENUNCIA. AUTOS HECHOS SOBRE LA RENUNCIA DE DON MANUEL ANTONIO SUAREZ, AL OFICIO DE ESCRIBANO PUBLICO Y DE CABILDO DE LA VILLA DE JEREZ Y VALLE DE TLALTENANGO EN LA PROVINCIA DE LA NUEVA GALICIA, A FAVOR DE DON NICOLAS PARDO Y FIGUEROA, EL CUAL SE LE REMATA EN 500 PESOS, CUYA TERCIA PARTE PAGARA A LA REAL CAJA. VILLA DE JEREZ (Y) VALLE DE TLALTENANGO.
>

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