To Love, Honor, and Obey in Colonial Mexico: Conflicts over Marriage Choice, 1574-1821

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Notes

For an explanation of the citation forms of the prenuptial cases, see the Bibliographic Note (p. 309). The following abbreviations are used in the Notes:

AGIArchivo General de Indias ( Seville)
AGNArchivo General de la Nación ( México)
AHNArchivo Histórico Nacional ( Madrid)
APArchivo Parroquial del Sagrario Metropolitano ( Mexico City)
Documentos en proceso--Documents in process of cataloging
exp.expediente number
MatMatrimonios

Introduction
1.
AGN, Mat 61, exp. 12.
2.
Age is one of the minor differences. Gerónimo was about eighteen, two years older than the fictional Romeo, and Juana was about sixteen, two years older than Juliet.
3.
The judge's formal title was provisor and vicar general of the archdiocese of Mexico. As vicar general he exercised the delegated power of the ordinary (the bishop or archbishop), and consequently he had greater authority than judges of other ecclesiastical courts.
4.
The term marriage opposition as used in this study differs from its definition in church law. Under canon law, a marriage opposition is a formal denunciation of a legal bar to a proposed but not yet contracted marriage. I use the term in a broader sense to include actions as well as formal denunciations, and actions taken in or outside church courts. For a complete

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