The appropriate response is Francisco Hidalgo. He is the most patient and diligent backer of missions among the Indians of East Texas was conceived in Spain in 1659. Incidental confirmation proposes that he was stranded early.
The first of the new missions set up in East Texas was Nuestro Padre San Francisco de los Texas with Francisco Hidalgo properly put in control as its pastor. Hidalgo took home at San Antonio de Valero Mission in San Antonio and stayed there until 172 when he surrendered and requested that authorization lecture among the Apaches. At the point when his appeal to was denied, Hidalgo resigned to San Juan Bautista. He kicked the bucket there in September 1726 at the age of sixty-seven.