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Digest of the Acts and Deliberations of the Cabildo
Cemeteries, Protestant

Introduction to the Digest

Subject Book Volume Page Date Description
Cemeteries - Protestant 4 III 149 3/14/1800 Acting Governor: Vidal; Royal Ensign: De La Ronde - In recommendations made by the Attorney General concerning health laws, mention is made of a Protestant Cemetery, and the Commissioners resolve to provide a new cemetery "for people of a different religion than our own." (See "Health Rules, and Sanitation".)
Cemeteries - Protestant 4 III 163 4/4/1800 Acting Governor: Vidal; Royal Ensign: De La Ronde - In changing the boundaries of some land granted to Don Francisco Bermudez mention is made of a cemetery in which non-Catholics are buried. (This land granted to Francisco Bermudez was located at the edge of the city on the left of the Carondelet Canal. See "Land Grants.")

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