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Dates currently indexed:
12/24/1717 - 06/25/1733; 10/05/1733 - 05/06/1755;
01/13/1757 - 04/15/1778; 09/24/1778 - 12/31/1778;
03/16/1779 - 06/14/1779; 07/15/1779 - 07/28/1779;
08/17/1779 - 10/19/1779; 11/10/1779 - 12/20/1779;
01/01/1780 - 04/26/1780; 06/03/1780 - 06/26/1780;
08/16/1780 - 05/10/1794; 01/01/1804 - 01/31/1805


Since 1934, the University of Texas at Austin has been translating the Bexar Archives. In addition to their translation duties, the translators have appended an Index of places and names to each translation volume. Each index term refers back to a page within the volume where the term can be found.

example page from Bexar Archives index vol. 18

Detail from the first page of the Volume 18 Index.

The name terms include personal names as well as corporate names, such as "Canary Islanders," as seen in the detail from Volume 18.

The Bexar Archives Online project has begun converting these index terms to digital format, and combining them into one comprehensive index, thus freeing the individual indexes from the confines of the volume structure. Once all the index terms have been brought online, access to each term's occurrence on a given page will only be a click away.

The spelling of proper names has been standardized according to the individual's own signature whenever such was available. All the words have been capitalized and accented to conform with modern usage.

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East and West Indies

Translation of certified copy of residencia proceedings of Orobio y Basterra conducted by Winthuysen.
February 1, 1741

East Indies

Translation of certified copy of Barrios y Jáuregui's residencia proceedings held by Martos y Navarrete.
July 11, 1757

Eastern Comanche Indians

Translation of Cabello to Commandant General, reporting on matters concerning the Comanches of the East.
April 30, 1786

Eastern Commandancy General

Translation of correspondence between Emparán and Muñoz, concerning the case against Francisco Ignacio de la Peña.
October 21, 1790

Translation of Revilla Gigedo to Muñoz, transmitting Flores' letter of March 12, 1789, regarding rights to wild livestock.
November 13, 1790

Eastern Interior Provinces

Translation of Cabildo, reporting results of municipal elections for 1792.
December 20, 1791

Translation of proceedings resulting from petition of republicanos and citizens of San Fernando protesting municipal elections.
March 1, 1790

Translation of Revilla Gigedo to Governor of Texas, ordering the publication of the enclosed proclamation concerning passports for Indians and castes liable to taxation.
August 19, 1790

Translation of Revilla Gigedo to Muñoz, announcing Nava's appointment as Commandant General.
September 17, 1790

Translation of Ugalde to Muñoz, forwarding royal proclamation of February 28, 1789, allowing slave trade.
September 23, 1790

Translation of Ugalde to Muñoz, forwarding royal decree of February 28, 1789, concerning expansion of free trade at minor ports of America.
September 23, 1790

Translation of Ugalde to Muñoz, forwarding decrees concerning investment of public funds.
September 26, 1790

Translation of Ugalde to Muñoz, transmitting Revilla Gigedo's letter of October 19, 1789, reporting assumption of office as Viceroy.
September 27, 1790

Translation of Ugalde to Muñoz, forwarding Revilla Gigedo's orders of November 17, 1789, reducing holidays of public officials.
September 28, 1790

Translation of Ugalde to Muñoz, transmitting Revilla Gigedo's order of April 5, 1790, forbidding use of military uniforms by unauthorized individuals.
September 30, 1790

Translation of Ugalde to Muñoz, forwarding royal order of January 27, 1788, concerning payment of media anata by sacristans.
September 30, 1790

Translation of Ugalde to Muñoz, forwarding two copies of Revilla Gigedo's proclamation of March 3, 1790, concerning property of ex-Jesuits.
September 30, 1790

Translation of Ugalde to Muñoz, transmitting Revilla Gigedo's transcription of Valdés' letter concerning royal rewards to detachment distinguished in war against Apache Indians.
September 30, 1790

Translation of Ugalde to Muñoz, transmitting Revilla Gigedo's letter of February 16, 1790, with royal orders to receive Lord Edward Fitzgerald, an explorer coming afoot from Canadá to México.
September 30, 1790

Translation of José de la Santa and Francisco Bueno vs. Amondarain, contesting his qualifications as custodian of children and their inherited property.
October 18, 1790

Translation of correspondence between Emparán and Muñoz, concerning the case against Francisco Ignacio de la Peña.
October 21, 1790

Translation of Pedro de Nava to Muñoz, reporting assumption of office of Commandant General.
November 28, 1790

Translation of cuaderno borrador of Muñoz' letters to Pedro de Nava and Ramón de Castro.
December 2, 1790

Translation of Espadas to Muñoz, sending deserter soldier Francisco Lara to be corrected. Muñoz' reply follows.
December 3, 1790

Translation of Nava to Muñoz, reporting arrival of Ramón de Castro, Commandant General.
March 18, 1791

Translation of Ramón de Castro to Muñoz, transmitting credentials as Commandant General.
March 19, 1791

Translation of Espadas to Muñoz, acknowledging appointment of Ramón de Castro as Commandant General.
April 4, 1791

Translation of Castro to Muñoz, reprimanding him for failure to acknowledge receipt of orders and notifications.
April 19, 1791

Translation of Revilla Gigedo to Muñoz, discussing orders preventing the roundup and slaughter of cattle in Béxar.
April 20, 1791

Translation of correspondence between Ibarvo and Muñoz, concerning report that Apaches were requesting alliance of the Bidai to fight the Tancagues.
April 26, 1791

Translation of Nava to Muñoz, concerning acknowledgment of Castro's appointment, and military reports from Béxar.
May 2, 1791

Translation of petition of citizens of Béxar to Muñoz and Ramón de Castro to be relieved from guard duty at the caballada and to be allowed to keep their horses within the said caballada for protection.
May 8, 1791

Translation of Revilla Gigedo to Muñoz, acknowledging Muñoz' recognition of Castro as Commandant General.
May 11, 1791

Translation of Gutiérrez de la Cueva to Muñoz, reporting the disappointment of Commandant General for letting go the Lipans that visited San José Mission.
May 15, 1791

Translation of Ibarvo to Muñoz, giving evidence of publication of orders introducing Castro as Commandant General.
June 12, 1791

Translation of Ibarvo to Muñoz, reporting publication of Castro's order of April 30, 1791.
June 12, 1791

Translation of index and abstract of letters sent to Muñoz on June 15, 1791.
June 15, 1791

Translation of Espadas to Muñoz, concerning public knowledge of classified information, instructions for issuing orders, and changing position of an advanced patrol.
June 30, 1791

Translation of proceedings in the case of José Macario Zambrano vs. Francisco amangual for breach of contract.
July 30, 1791

Translation of Luis de Blanc to Muñoz, enclosing official mail for Ramón de Castro.
August 4, 1791

Translation of Revilla Gigedo to Governor of Texas, resolving that Castro retain political command of the provinces according to royal instructions.
September 28, 1791

Translation of Cortés to Muñoz, acknowledging receipt of documents concerning honors for Castro and instructions for Croix.
November 4, 1791

Translation of correspondence between Cortés and Muñoz, concerning steps taken to send Espadas with soldiers to Laredo.
November 4, 1791

Translation of Muñoz' orders regulating the general roundup.
November 18, 1791

Translation of Cabildo to Governor of Texas, reporting that ranchowners have been notified of general roundup time and that they require more time.
November 19, 1791

Translation of Bernardo Fernández vs. Manuel Urrutia, charged with insubordination.
January 25, 1792

Translation of Castro to Muñoz, ordering troops to Laredo to escort Sierra Gorda to Béxar.
February 13, 1792

Translation of proceedings concerning disappearance of first Alcalde, investigation by the Cabildo.
February 20, 1792

Translation of Castro to Muñoz, reporting that he has given a three-month furlough to Francisco Chávez.
March 24, 1792

Translation of accounting records of the company of Béxar, by Francisco de Amangual, paymaster.
April 27, 1792

Translation of Espadas to Sierra Gorda, acknowledging Sierra Gorda's official command of the province of Texas.
May 31, 1792

Translation of proceedings in the case against Juan Cortés, Sergeant Treviño, and others, charged with smuggling.
June 16, 1792

Translation of Emparán to Sierra Gorda, forwarding proceedings in the case against Ignacio de la Peña.
August 27, 1792

Translation of Cuaderno borrador of letters sent by Muñoz to Revilla Gigedo.
September 19, 1792

Translation of Revilla Gigedo to Muñoz, concerning contraband trade of Juan Cortés.
September 26, 1792

Translation of Revilla Gigedo to Muñoz, concerning Ugalde's letters to Martínez Pacheco disapproving of his Indian policies.
October 10, 1792

Translation of case against Toribio Durán for contraband trade from Nacogdoches.
October 19, 1792

Translation of Cortés to Muñoz, acknowledging receipt of orders concerning treatment of Lipans.
November 16, 1792

Translation of Castro to Muñoz, with instructions on policies to follow with Lipan Indians.
December 2, 1792

Translation of proceedings concerning the election of new Cabildo.
December 20, 1792

Cortés to Muñoz, acknowledging receipt of orders instructing to collect annual budget from Treasury of Saltillo.
January 15, 1794

Certified copy of Nava's letter to Juan Gutiérrez requesting information regarding finances of Martínez Pacheco.
January 17, 1794

Drafts of letters sent by the Governor of Texas to Castro and Nava.
January 14, 1793

Proceedings in the investigation of Ugalde's report on Indian expenditures.
January 22, 1793

Muñoz to Fernández, transmitting Castro's letter of February 8, with Viceroy's orders of January 16 to emphasize a clause in peace treaty with Lipans.
February 22, 1793

Nava to the Governor of Texas, announcing the independence of the Comandancia General and his appointment as Superintendent.
March 5, 1793

Revilla Gigedo to Muñoz, acknowledging receipt of letters concerning advances at the new Refugio Mission, and a report of Fray Pedro Portugal about the Lipan Indians.
March 27, 1793

Muñoz' list of items considered indispensable as presents for Indian visitors.
April 23, 1793

Proceedings in the case against José Miguel Flores and others for illegal slaughter of cattle.
June 1, 1793

Proceedings against Juan Martínez de Amondarain, charged with mismanagement of the late Fernando de Beramendi's estate.
June 6, 1793

License granted to Manuel Martínez by Muñoz to roundup wild horses.
August 16, 1793

Nava to Governor of Texas, transmitting the Viceroy's letter of November 7, 1792, forwarding reports to be corrected and adjusted.
October 2, 1793

Correspondence between Díaz de Salcedo and Governor of Texas, concerning the collection of annual budget from newly installed treasury of Saltillo.
October 30, 1793

Correspondence between Cortés and Muñoz, explaining why meat rations were not sent to the Indians at Refugio.
December 20, 1793

Reports of expenditures and items given to friendly Indian visitors.
January 1, 1794

Cuaderno of letters sent by Muñoz to Commandant General.
January 4, 1794

Díaz de Salcedo to Governor of Texas, giving instructions for payment of priests' allowances through Treasury of Saltillo.
January 7, 1794

Nava to Governor of Texas, giving instructions for trying to recover Lipan captured by Comanches and sold in Texas.
April 9, 1794

Eca y Muzquiz, Josef Antonio de

Translation of Croix to Cabello, discussing appointments of first alférez and a chaplain for Béxar, and expressing concern for the lack of scribner at Béxar.
September 16, 1779

Eca y Múzquiz, Quiteria

Translation of certified copy of complete proceedings concerning investigation of murders at San Xavier Mission.
May 23, 1752

Ecai y Múzquiz, José Antonio de

Translation of Cabello to Rengel, transmitting recommendations for military appointment at La Bahía.
August 20, 1785

Ecai y Múzquiz, Joseph Juaquín

Translation of power of attorney granted by officers and soldiers to Diego Antonio Giraud for the collection of their salaries and gunpowder.
December 31, 1758

Ecai y Muzquiz, Joseph Juaquin de

Ecanguané (Comanche chief)

Nava to Governor of Texas, acknowledging receipt of military reports from Béxar and discussing visit of Comanche "Camisa de Hierro".
February 26, 1794

Ecay y M

Translation of roster of the cavalry division of Béxar.

Translation of Ugalde to Martínez Pacheco, discussing assignments for José Antonio Músquiz upon his return to Béxar.
September 14, 1787

Translation of Eca y Músquiz' testimony concerning ownership of horse.
February 5, 1788

Translation of testimonies concerning exportation of cattle from Texas.
February 5, 1788

Ecay y Músquiz, Blas de

Translation of Cabello to Rengel, transmitting summary proceedings against Cazorla, charged with fraud against cattle industry.
December 28, 1784

Ecay y Múzquiz, Blas María

Translation of Martínez Pacheco's diary of events during May.
May 31, 1789

Ecay y Múzquiz, Blas María de

Translation of proceedings concerning dispositions of estate of Felipe de Luna, killed by the Comanches.
November 5, 1780

Translation of proceedings against Blas de Eca y Músquiz, charged with fraud to cattle industry.
July 28, 1784

Translation of certified copy of documents and petition presented by the Cabildo concerning unbranded cattle sold by Cabello during 1779-1785.
October 20, 1785

Translation of royal ordinance requiring judicial officers to follow certain procedures in returning proceedings.
October 14, 1791

Ecay y Múzquiz, José Antonio (de)

Translation of roster of the cavalry division of Béxar.
December 4, 1786

Translation of census of Béxar.
December 31, 1786

Translation of roster of the company of Béxar.
January 3, 1787

Translation of Ugalde to Martínez Pacheco, transmitting José Antonio Músquiz' permission to transfer to Santa Rosa for medical attention.
January 10, 1787

Translation of Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, acknowledging receipt of letter of José Antonio Músquiz' permission to transfer to Santa Rosa.
January 24, 1787

Translation of roster of the cavalry division of Béxar.
February 1, 1787

Translation of roster of the company of Béxar.
May 1, 1787

Translation of roster of the cavalry division of Béxar.
June 2, 1787

Translation of monthly report of the Béxar cavalry.
September 30, 1788

Translation of military report.
October 31, 1788

Translation of roster of the company of Béxar.
November 1, 1788

Translation of military report.
November 30, 1788

Ecay y Múzquiz, José Antonio (del)

Translation of Martínez Pacheco to Ugalde, concerning Amangual's promotion to second lieutenant.
March 26, 1789

Ecay y Múzquiz, José Antonio (second lieutenant at San Antonio de Béxar presidio)

Translation of roster of the cavalry division of Béxar.
July 1, 1786

Translation of Cabello to Ugarte y Loyola, transmitting Eca y Músquiz' petition for leave of absence to go to Santa Rosa to settle family affairs.
July 17, 1786

Translation of index of letters sent by Cabello to the Commandant General.
July 17, 1786

Translation of monthly report of the cavalry division of Béxar
July 31, 1786

Ecay y Múzquiz, José Antonio de

Translation of Rengel to Cabello, transmitting Eca y Múzquiz' military appointment at Coahuila and discussing review reports.
October 29, 1785

Translation of Cabello to Rengel, acknowledging receipt of dispatch concerning Eca y Músquiz' commission.
January 9, 1786

Translation of Cabello to Rengel, requesting action to expedite Eca y Músquiz' transfer form La Bahía to Béxar.
April 6, 1786

Translation of index of letters sent by Cabello to the Commandant General.
April 10, 1786

Translation of Ugarte y Loyola to Cabello, concerning completion of Eca y Músquiz' transfer to Texas and discharge of Antonio González.
May 3, 1786

Translation of roster of the cavalry division of Béxar.
June 1, 1786

Translation of monthly report of the cavalry division of Béxar
June 30, 1786

Translation of roster of the cavalry division of Béxar.
August 1, 1786

Translation of Ugarte y Loyola to Cabello, granting leave of absence to Eca y Músquiz.
August 17, 1786

Translation of monthly report of the cavalry division of Béxar
August 31, 1786

Translation of roster of the cavalry division of Béxar.
September 1, 1786

Translation of Cabello to Ugarte y Loyola, reporting completion of orders concerning Eca y Músquiz' leave.
September 22, 1786

Translation of roster of the cavalry division of Béxar.
October 2, 1786

Translation of monthly report of the cavalry division of Béxar
October 31, 1786

Translation of roster of the cavalry division of Béxar.
November 2, 1786

Translation of Ugalde to Martínez Pacheco, acknowledging receipt of Eca y Músquiz' petition to retire from service.
December 7, 1787

Translation of census report of the cavalry division of Béxar.
December 31, 1787

ecclesiastic(s), mentioned

Translation of copy of Casafuerte's letter to the King enclosing the summary of the proceedings of the Consulado vs. the Royal Company of England over payment of alcabala.
circa 1724

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