Juan Martín de Céspedes, alcalde. Juan Bernabé, alcalde. As a witness: Don Diego Martín de Guzmán. Juan Mateo, witness. Juan Bernabé, cofradía steward. Diego Felipe, cofradía steward. Gabriel Méndez, witness. Before me the notary, Juan Baltasar.
v Here is the Spanish candle wax bought for the occasion of the burial; the total bought was — 6 pesos
v And also the cantors were given a donation totaling 1 peso.
v And also a mass was held; an offering was given totaling — 4 reales
v And also we gave a donation for the [cofradías of] Concepción and the Soledad totaling — 4 reales
Today, the 17th day of the month of March of the year 1652, an auction was held for the deceased Francisco Felipe; here is listed what went along being sold: —
v First of all a used hat was sold for 1 peso and 6 reales — 1 peso, 6 reales
v And also a hammer was sold with three chisels; Juan Bernabé took it for — 6 reales
v And also a riding saddle with saddle-pad was sold, and a halter with all its rope; Miguel Angel, notary of the [cofradía of] Soledad, took it for 5 pesos and 5 reales — 5 pesos, 5 reales
[Translation by James Lockhart]