Jesus, Mary, and Joseph.
Here I take as my sign the precious revered name of God the father, God his precious revered son, and God the Holy Spirit, three persons but one very true deity God. May it be done, amen. Jesus, Mary, and Joseph. = Here I, named Margarita Feliciana, widow, make my testament; my husband was Ignacio Antonio, deceased; we are citizens here in the altepetl of my precious revered father holy San Bartolomé of Tlatelolco. My soul and body are very ill, as our lord God would want them for me. [Alternative possibility: My soul is very ill, and my body is as God would want it for me.] If I die, I belong entirely in the hands of my precious revered mother Santa María de la Asunción. And the bells are to be rung on my behalf. My statement is to be realized. = And I say that my grave is to be next to my late precious father and precious mother at the cypress [cypresses?]. My statement is to be realized. And I say that my precious priest is to favor me with a high mass that will be performed for the help of my soul. = And I say that I am leaving my godchild and nephew Juan de los Santos in this house with a piece of a lot. My order is to be realized and carried out. No one is to say anything in the future. My statement is to be realized. = And I say that I am leaving another little piece, abutting on this lot, to my niece,
[Translation to English by Miriam Melton-Villanueva and Caterina Pizzigoni; continues on the next page]