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Five folders in the collection refer to the case of Daniel Betancourt. He had already obtained his freedom and was trying to gain permission to marry a woman named Lugarda Hernández, who was still a patrocinada.
Four folders refer to the case of Federico Lombal, who had been taken into custody in a neighboring province after fleeing from the Ingenio Conformidad, the sugar mill where he was a laborer.
Two folders refer to a man named Isidoro Baró. His case stands out because he is the only person of Asian descent to be mentioned in the collection.
Forty-two folders in the collection represent the cases of women, some of whom were trying to navigate the legal system on behalf of their children or family members.