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101 Joseph is buried in Union Hill Cemetery. Joseph Wilkins Caro
 
102 Julius was a Sgt. in the U.S. Army WWI and was a Real Estate Broker in
West Palm Beach, FL. He is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sec. 58. 
Julius Lou Caro
 
103 Kate and Hugh had no children. Kate Coulson Caro
 
104 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
105 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
106 Morgan is buried in Union Hill Cemetery.

According to draft register b. Dec 27, 1898 
Leonard Morgan Caro
 
107 Lottie is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9. Lottie Pitt Caro
 
108 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
109 Mary is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9. Mary Elizabeth Caro
 
110 Info from Richard S. "Steve" Ellis Jan 1999:
Mary L. Caro b: 1822 in Pensacola, FL, d: May 2, 1907 in Pensacola, FL.

Info from Connie Mattair:
May be Maria Caro b:1827 d: March 1, 1907 of senility
Residence 216 E. Government St, Pensacola, FL

Vital Records of Pensacola, Fl Vol.2, 1891-99:
Mary Caro, female widow, age 76. Born Maryland. Father born Pensaylvinia. 61 years in Pensacola. Of gangrene - on February 13, 1898. Buried at St. John's Cemetary. P. 45, L.39. 
Mary S. Caro
 
111 Mary is buried in St. Michael's Cemetery. Mary Suarez Caro
 
112 Marriage Records Book B page 29
Francisco Maura to Merced Caro by S. Guenard - Roman Catholic.
She is buried in St. Michael's Cemetery. 
Mercedes Regina Caro
 
113 Mercied's family information was obtained from The Pensacola Historical
Society.

Marriage Records Book B page 29. 
Mercied Caro
 
114 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
115 In the notes of information I received from my paternal great cousin
Jeanna Mirene Byrd Myers she stated that in a coat of arms book she ran
across in New Orleans that the name Caro is from Andalusia, Spain and has
a white and black cross with border.

My own findings on the name have noticed several renderings of the na me
depending on the nationality, examples:

Carew
Carrow

Update June 28, 1998-Received email from Curtis Reedy creedy@gulf.net re:
this person and his ancestors. I descend from the second wife. He gave
me the rest of the names I have after Lodisco and will be sending a large
file of Caro names ,HE has 1193 names. Also he has PHOTOS. The Lord
has answered my prayers of frustration on this line. Praise be to God. 
Odisco Caro
 
116 Odino (Odisco) & Cora were married by P. F. Coyle in St. John's
Evandelist-Warrington, FL. Marriage Book D. page 20. 
Odiso M. Caro
 
117 Paul was born in Pensacola, Florida and lived there throughout his life.
He attended local schools and was a Pensacola High School graduate.

His first job was with the Louisville & Nashville Railroad, where he
worked in the freight department for eight years before he joined
Sherrill Oil Company in 1931 as an accountant. When he retired he was
one of the oil company's corporate executives.

He was affiliated with First Baptist Church . He became a member when he
was 12 years old. In 1928, at the age of 23, he was named a deacon. He
served in that capacity for 50 years, then was named a deacon emeritus.
He also served as church treasurer for 15 years. He was one of the small
group of First Baptist Church laymen who in 1942 formulated the plan for
a new hospital in Pensacola.

When Baptist Hospital was incorporated in 1943 , Mr. Caro was named
director and the corporate treasurer, dual roles he held until 1972.
After by-laws were amended he was named assistant secretary and assistant
tresurer. Since 1972 he served as consultant to the Baptist Hospital and
the hospital's administration.

He is buried in Bayview Memorial Park, Pensacola, Florida. 
Paul Wiley Caro
 
118 Eagan never married. Pearl Eagan Caro
 
119 Philip was a Comdr. USN. He is buried in Holy Cross Cemetery Sect. 6.. Philip Anthony Caro
 
120 St. John's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida- Lots 21/28 Sec.
9. 
Philip Anthony Caro
 
121 Obituary Data:
Philip was a retired cheif petty officer and had worked as a civil
service employee at the Naval Air Station until October 1965. He was a
member of the Fleet Reserve Association. 
Philip Golay Caro
 
122 Peritonitis Philip Golay Caro
 
123 Philip worked for the L. & N. Railroad in Pensacola, Florida.
He is buried in St. John's Cemetery in Sect. 9. 
Philip Golay Caro
 
124 Marriage is recorded in MARRIAGE BOOK "G" Page 127. Philip is buried in
St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9. 
Phillip Taylor Caro
 
125 Robert was a printing company employee. Robert Clifton Caro
 
126 Yvette is buried in Bayview Memorial Cemetery, Pensacola, Florida. Rosa Yvette Caro
 
127 Social Notes
Miss Sarah Frances Caro Bride of James Earl Hogue in Church
First Baptist Church was the scene at 4 P.M. Saturday when Miss Sarah Frances Caro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent A. Caro, 1109 E. DeSoto Street, became the bride of James Earl Hogue, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl C. Hogue, Gulf Breeze. The Rev. Nathan C. Brooks, Jr., officiated.
James A. Guest, organist rendered a number of musical selections. Mrs. G. W. Wilkinson sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer"
Basket of white gladioli and fern interspersed with palm and lighted candles formed a background for the ceremony.
The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her maid of honor was Miss Carline Thomas. William Hogue served his brother as best man and ushers included Donald Gonzalez, Buddy Anderson and NOrman Simons. Other attendants for the bride were Mrs. John W. Johnson, Miss Jeanne Hogue and Miss Mary Julia Cox.
The Bride's gown was of nylon embroidered tulle over satin, featuring a scalloped sweatheart necklline with the fitted bodice, lond sleeves ending in points over the wrist and fastened with covered buttons at the wrist and back. The bouffant waltz length skirt fell in three scalloped tiers. Her fingertip veil of illusion was caught to a half cap of matching lace bordered with seed pearls. She carried a white Bible, a gift of her grandmother, clustered with white carnations and a single white orchid.
The maid of honor wore a gown of mint green nylon dotted swiss featuring fitted bodice with round neckline, cap sleeves, full waltz length skirt detailed with bands of matching taffeta ending in small bows at the neck and waistline. She carried a nosegay of pale pink chrysanthemums. She wore a small hat of matching taffeta with a circular veil. Her other attendants wore similar gowns of pale yellow and white chrysanthemums.
The mother of the bride chose a pale pink lace dress with matching accessories. The bridegroom's mother chose a blue lace dress with white accessories.
A reception was held at the East Pensacola Heights Community Ceenter immediately following the ceremony. a three-tiered wedding cake centered the bride's table and white gladioli and stock with lighted tapers were used in decorating. Assisting in serving were Mrs. Marlene Juhan, Mrs, John E. Beamer, Mrs. W. B. Mancdil and Mrs. Donald Gonzalez. Miss Willie Mae Majors was in charge of the guest book.
For a wedding trip to South FLorida the bride wore a navy blue sheath dress with matching jacket and navy and white accessories. She wore an orchid corsage. The newlyweds will reside at 3090 N. 15th Avenue.
Out of town Guests included Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rabern, Donald Malcolm, Terry and Kip; Mrs. Julia Hensley of Atlanta, GA, and Mrs. J. L. Dwyer of Clearwater.
Pensacola News-Journal, Sunday April 7, 1957 
Sarah Frances Caro
 
128 Census, Escambia County, Florida October 9, 1850 Page 239-254
Sebastian's children:
Mary Caro born in Florida
Odino Caro born in Florida
Francis L. Caro born in Florida
Clarmence Caro born in Florida


Wills 1822-1854
0240 Sebastian Caro

Land Records Escambia County Courthouse there are numerous transactions
(1824 - 1866) re: Sebastian Caro family. Book C, page 152
Sebastian Caro & Antonia de la Rua, his wife Book P, Page 468, 469, 510
& 511. Antonia Caro, et al mentions Merced (Caro) Maura, Odisco Caro &
Antonio Caro.

Book Q, pages 84 & 85: Caro & Maura.

Sebastian Caro family records Pensacola Historical Society Museum. 
Sebastian Caro
 
129 Thomas was a judge in Key West, Florida. Thomas and Angela had no
children. 
Thomas Sullivan Caro, , Jr.
 
130 A large bible was given to Thomas Sullivan and his bride Laura Caroline
for a wedding present by his loving mother, Mary Ann (Weaver) Caro on
November 13, 1889. Lela Mary (Caro) Morey was given this old bible by a
relative. She had it restored. It is still a beautiful bible.

Thomas is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 33. 
Thomas Sullivan "Sully" Caro
 
131 Troy is a Captain in the Army. Troy Caro
 
132 Valeria was a member of the Olive Baptist Church. Valerie Irene Caro
 
133 Death Notice
Vincent A. Caro
Vincent A. Caro, 82, of Pensacola died Thursday night in a local hospital.
Mr. Caro was a native and lifelone resident of Pensacol and was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church. He served as an Escambia County Commissioner for 16 years.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Bessie Lee Caro, grandson, Scott Hogue; and sister-in-law, Willie Mae Majors.
He is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Sarah and Jimmy Hogue; son and daughter-in-law, GEroge and Maggi Caro; grandsons, Ronnie Hogue, Jeff Hogue and Paul Hogue; and two great-grandsons.
Funeral services will be at 2 P.M. Monday in St, Michael's Catholic Church with Rev. Father Henry Thorsen as celebrant.
Burial will be in Forest Lawn Cemetery in Gulf Breeze, FL.
Pallbearers will be Joe Kirschmaer, Jeff Hogue, Johnny Catches, Paul Hogue, Ronnie Hogue and Bill Hogue.
Harper-Morris Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
Friends may call at the funeral home from 5 to 7 P.M. Sunday. The Rosary will be recited at 6 P.M.
Pensacola News-Journal, Feb. 26, 1995 
Vincent A. Caro
 
134 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
135 William is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 3.

According to draft register b. Sep 4, 1896 
William Henry Caro, , Jr.
 
136 William is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 3. William Henry Caro, , Sr.
 
137 Death Notice
Willie J. "Bill" Caro
Willie J. "Bill" Caro, 92, of Pensacola died Monday night in a local hospital.
Mr. Caro was a native and lifelong resident of Pensacol. He was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church and was retired as a civil service employee at NAS Pensacola after 32 years of service.
Mr. Caro was a past recording secretary of Local No. 192, I.A.M.
He was preceded in death by his wife, Willie Mae Caro; daughter Billie Marie Caro Morgan; a sister, Ina Caro Bond; and brother, Cokey Caro.
Survivors include three daughters and two sons-in-law, Virginia Caro Olsen and Winston J. Olsen, Ina Caro Briggs, JoAnne Caro Walczak and George W. Morgan; son anad daughter-in-law, John Vincent Caro and Rita Caro; brother Vincent A. Caro; 15 grandchildren, Sharon Olsen Steussy, Paula Brigga Kendig. Ross A. Briggs, Donald Morgan, Malinda Hayne, Paul Morgan, Robin Lerum, Kathy Caro, Stephen Caro, Mark Connolly, Jeffery Connolly, Marcie Connolly, Timothy Connolly, Christopher Connolly and Seth Patrick Connolly; 19 grandchildren.
Memorial Mass will be 9:30 A.M. Thursday is St. Michael's Church with the Rev. Father Richard Bowles as celebrant.
Harper-\morris Memorial Chapel is in charge of arrangements.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to St. Michael's Catholic Church.
Pensacola News Journal, August 17, 1994 Grandchildren of William J. & Willie Mae Caro
Parentage unknown at this time.
a) Malinda Hayne
b) Robin Lerum
c) Mark Connolly
d) Jeffery Connolly
e) Marcie Connolly
f) Timothy Connolly
g) Christopher Connolly
h) Seth Patrick Connolly 
William J. "Bill" Caro
 
138 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
 
139 Aka: Vera Veronica Carroll
 
140 Frances is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9. Frances J. ( Greene) Carter
 
141 Felix and Jules were brothers. Felix Chaudron
 
142 FRANCISCA CIFUENTES, nacida≤? el 29-X-1586 en Cartagena (Sta M• L.4-F.66v), hij a de Francisco Cifuentes y Catalina Tac„Un. Compadres: Nicol.s? de Cifuentes Reg idor y Mari Cobacha

FRANCISCA CIFUENTES, nacida≤? in Cartagena (Sta M• L.4-F.66v) Catherine and, 29-X-1586 hij of Francisco Cifuentes Tac„Un. Compadres: Nicol.s? of Cifuentes idor Reg and Mari Cobacha 
Francisca Cifuentes
 
143 FRANCISCA CIFUENTES, nacida≤? el 29-X-1586 en Cartagena (Sta M• L.4-F.66v), hij a de Francisco Cifuentes y Catalina Tac„Un. Compadres: Nicol.s? de Cifuentes Reg idor y Mari Cobacha Francisca Cifuentes
 
144 Kenneth was born in Bonifay, Florida but had resided in Myrtle Grove all
his life. He was retired from the City of Pensacola Energy Services and
was a veretan of the and served in the U.S. Marine Corps. He
was a member of the Little Flower Catholic Church. When Kenneth passed
away his grandchildren were:
Amy - Daniel - Kathryn Abbey - Deborah - Brian - Matthew - Emily - John
Kenneth - & Joseph. 
Kenneth Caro Clark
 
145 Frank is buried in St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery. Frank Conway, , Sr.
 
146 Hijos: Julia, Adelaida, Pilar, Esperanza, Jose Manuel. Miguel, Salvador JosŠE Corteguera y Blanco
 
147 Lugar: Santianes del Terron, Parres, Asturias, EspaŠOa JosŠE BelŠEn Corteguera y Blanco
 
148 Info from Richard S. "Steve" Ellis Jan 1999 Sarah Crawford
 
149 Augustus is buried in St. John's Catholic Cemetery. Augustus Edgar Crosby
 
150 May is buried in St. John's Catholic Cemetery. May Clyde Crosby
 

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