Compendio de los documentos en la Biblioteca Bancroft Universidad de California en la ciudad de Berkely

Cada línea contiene la fecha y el lugar del juicio, el número de páginas guardadas en la historia del juicio, el nombre del acusado y la acusación.

De los acusados, 48 son varones, 11 mujeres, 20 son clérigos (incluyendo a una mujer). Seis son acusados de practicar el Judaísmo, uno de Luteranismo, 28 de ofensas sexuales, y 13 de brujería y superstición.

Survey of Mexican Inquisition Documents at

The Bancroft Library

Each line gives the date and place of the trial, the number of leaves in the trial record, the name of the accused, and the accusation.
Of the accused, 48 are men, 11 are women; 20 are members of the clergy (including one woman). Six are accused of practicing Judaism, one of Lutheranism, 28 of sexual offenses, and 13 of witchcraft or superstition.
Date
Place
No. of leaves
Name
Accusation
1593
Guadalajara
131
Miguel Redelic alias Miguel Alemán
suspicion of being a Lutheran
1594
Mexico City
698
Manuel de Lucena
practicing Judaism
1595
Mexico City
332
Leonor de Carvajal
practicing Judaism
1595
Mexico City
400
Isabel de Carvajal
heresy and practicing Judaism
1597
Mexico City
31
Blas de Magallares
not believing in the Holy Virgin
1606
Guatemala
26
Francisco Monterroso Negro
asserting that sexual intercourse with him was not a sin
1617
Mexico City
14
Lucas del Castillo
denounced himself for breaking an image of Saint Joseph
1621
Querétaro
69
Agustina Ruiz
claiming sexual intercourse with saints
623
Mexico City
36
Ana de San Ambrosio
revelations and clairvoyance
1646
Mexico City
18
Margarita Moreira
practicing Judaism
1647
Mexico City
6
Antonia Núñez
practicing Judaism
1651
Mexico City
82
Isabel de la Cruz Mejía
fraud, clairvoyance, and pact with the devil
1652
Puebla
133
Mario de Rivera
witchcraft
1685
Mexico City
100
Ana María de Morales del Río alias del Costado de Cristo
fraud, false sanctity, revelations, and apparitions
1694
Mexico City
10
Br. Miguel Alvarez
solicitation
1706
Mexico City
76
Fray Francisco Rodríguez alias Martín de Bescanza
taking the habit of a lay brother of St. Francis in Guatemala while married
1712
Mexico City
20
María Ortiz Espejo
superstition
1713
Sinaloa
6
Ignacio de Soto
seeking sexual intercourse with a woman by telling her God had ordered it
1728
Mexico City
28
Fray Tomás de Molina
saying mass and giving penance without being a pries
1728
Mexico City
20 (not bound)
Dr. Juan de Palafox (?)
disobedience of nuns of the Convent of Balnavera
1733
Mexico City
24
Fray Miguel Saijas
being married and a cleric
1743/1756 ?
Mexico City
14
Vicente de Olasagástegui bigamy 1750
Mexico City 20 Tomás de Sandoval solicitation
1757
Mexico City
31
Valentín Martínez de Arizaga
bigamy
1758
Mexico City
10
Vicente Urtado alias José Vicente Candelaria
bigamy
1767
Mexico City
6
Tomás Peña
fraud, superstition, and unlicensed practice of medicine
1770
Mexico City
70
Ignacia Gerundio de Ochoa
witchcraft, abuse of the sacraments, and superstition
1771
Mexico City
128
Toribio Bastarrachea
officiating in the marriage of two dogs
1771
Mexico City
19
Padre Fray Domingo Mauriño solicitation in the confessional 1774
Mexico City 12 Fray Pedro Revuelta solicitation
1774
Cosamaluapan
62
Bernardo Ortega
superstitious practices
1775
Pachuca
96
Manuel Arroyo
counseling that sucking semen from men was not a sin
1775
Mexico City
8
Vicente Avita y Rojas alias Enríquez del Castillo o Gallard
bigamy
1778
Veracruz
72

file titled "Entretenimiento de España," a satirical paper critical of crown and religious authority
1779
Mexico City
14
Manuel de la Presentación
solicitation
1781
Mexico City
10
Luis Francisco Valdivieso
superstition
1783
Oaxaca
68
José Bravo
solicitation
1785
Mexico City
10
Fray Ignacio Carvajal
solicitation
1785
Mexico City
26
Pablo Francisco Raymondi
solicitation
1789
Antigua, Guatemala
54 (missing first page
Rafael Crijanto Gil Rodríguez
practicing Judaism
1789
Mexico City
31
Fray Antonio Gamboa
solicitation
1791
Puebla
42
Br. Miguel Sánchez
solicitation
1792
Querétaro
23
Fray Juan de Ortega
solicitation in the confessional
1793
Puebla
130 ?
José Manjarres
superstition
1793
Mexico City
48
Fray Antonio Gamboa
solicitation
1793
Mexico City
23
Fray Joaquín García
solicitation in the confessional
1793
Puebla
30
Padre Diego Gregorio Alerci y Chávez alias José el niño Jesús
solicitation
1793
Tlalmanalco
35
Fernando Fernández alias José Polanco
superstition
1796
Zacatecas
33
Fray Manuel Pedrajo
solicitation in the confessional
1797
Mexico City
9
Madre María Micaela
hipocracy, false visions, revelations, and miracles
1797
Zacatecas
105
Fray Venancio Silva y Noroña
solicitation
1798
Tlalmanalco
12
Ignacio Guiriñola
superstition
1801
N.P.
131
José María de Lanza
breach of promise
1802
Mexico City
155 (in 2 pieces)
Fray Nicolás de Lara
solicitation
1803
Mexico City
46
Jose María Estévez y Rabanillo
revelations and visions
1805
Mexico City
40
Fray Francisco Pasadilla
solicitation
1808
Mérida de Yucatán
14
Fray José Almeida
solicitation
1810
Mexico City
20

file of evidence regarding a Proclamation of Joseph Bonaparte, king of Spain
1811
Mexico City
84

file of evidence of proclamations and manifestos of insurrection
1811
Mexico City
10
Br. José Ignacio Romero
solicitation in the confessional
1815
Mexico City
58
Juan Atondo Sánchez
abandoned vows, married, and aided insurgents
1817
Mexico City
22
Manuel Vélez de las Cuevas
solicitation
 
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