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51 Benito is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9. Benito Gormly Caro
52 Benito and Maria lived in Havana, Cuba before they moved to New Orleans
where their oldest children were born and educated. They later moved to
Mobile, AL. He purchased property on Royal Street where he lived and
additional property on St Louis and St. Ann streets. Twelve slaves ,
large and small, worked in the shipyard and around the house.

When the Caros moved to Pensacola they were financially comfortable, but
not rich. Benito owned two houses and lots on the east side of Baylen
between Intendencia and Zarragossa streets. He also held four
interest-bearing notes payable to hime, one of which was from Diego
Palmes who was indebted to caro for $1,400 plus five years back
interest. This contract caused some confusion in the probate settlement
of Maria.

Benito Caro arrived in Pensacola, Florida from Mobile, Alabama in 1813
with his wife and 10 children. He was a ship builder and owned shipyards
in Pensacola, Florida and Mobile, Alabama.

Benito was a Spanish Nobleman of Toledo, Spain and came to Cuba as
Assisstant Attache to the Governor General of Cuba.

Benito Caro mentioned in "Jackson Celebration Book."

Court House Land Records 1824-1866 Caro Book P pages 468, 469, 510-511.

Benito Caro, Property owner, 1801-1811, page 211, 241 & 303. Grant of
marshy lane along bay by Intendant General Ramon Lopez de Angelo. page
233-34. 467. Official witness, 1808-1812, page 264-65, 280, 283, 285,
293-99, 301-03, 305, 307, 311, 315-17. Purchase of St Louis Street lot
with house from Peter Garzon, $325.00 in 1810 page 300-301.

Will of Benito Caro, abstract in the 211A (0r311A) Rupert Wright
Collection-Caro Family folder - Pensacola Historical Society Museum. 
Benito T. Caro, , Sr.
53 Benito was a merchant. He worked for John Innerarity in 1814. He killed
his brother Gregory. Benito is buried in Magnolia Cemetery in Alabama. 
Benito T. Caro, , Jr.
54 Bertram is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9. Bertram Caro
55 Infant Caro is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 65. Boy Caro
56 According to Draft Registrer Name is Bruno Favourite Bruno Favorite Caro
57 Carlotta was hit by a car and died instantly. She is buried in St.
John's Cemetery Sect. 65. 
Carlotta "Carty" Caro
58 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
59 Obituary Data:
Services were held in the Sacred Heart Catholic Church with Father J.
C. Bender officiating. Clara is buried in St. John's Catholic Cemetery. 
Clara Caro
60 Information for Clarmence can be found on the Broderbund CD Vol. 4 #0887. Clarmence Caro
61 Delores was a nun and lived in Havana, Cuba. Delores Caro
62 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
63 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living
64 Ed is buried in Union Hill Cemetery. Edward Cornelius Caro
65 Edwin is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9.

According to Draft Registrar b. July 3, 1879 
Edwin Weaver Caro
66 Elizabeth was a doctor. Elizabeth Rowe "Bootsie" Caro
67 He wrote a book and it may be in then Pensacola Reginal Library. Ernest Rafford Caro
68 Esmie is buried in St. John's Catholic Cemetery. Esmie Cecelia Caro
69 Eva is buried in St. John's Catholic Cemetery. Eva Caro
70 Florida is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9. Florida Ann Caro
71 Alzheimer's Disease Forsyth "Buddy" Caro
72 Forsyth was a member of the First Presbyterian Church, an attorney,
member of the American Bar Association and the Florida Bar, member of
Escambia Lodge 15 F&AM, Scottish Rite Bodies , Elk Lodge and Hadji Shrine
Temple. He was president of the Bar Association of the First Judicial
Circuit of Florida, member of the Board of Directors for Escambia General
Hospital, member of the comm-
ission establishing the present jury system in Florida and he instigated
the County Cicil Service Law. He also held jobs at banks, law offices,
the Naval Air Station and the Pensacola News Journal.

Forsyth is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 33.

"Forsyth Caro, County Solicitor, will address the Florida Peace
Officers Association on "Law Enforcement" at its convention in Miami,
Florida November 14, 1945. Newspaper article in Pensacola News Journal. 
Forsyth "Buddy" Caro
73 Frances never married.

Frances is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9. 
Frances Kathleen Caro
74 Frank is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 65. Frank Gunther Caro
75 The data for Genevieve was obtained from The Broderbund Banner Blue
Division Family Arachive CD Vol. 6 
Genevieve Caro
76 George attended Escambia County public schools and graduated from
Pensacola High School in 1926. He worked as law clerk and bookkeeper
from 1926-29, had numerous jobs from 1926-36 as machinist helper,
commercial fishing, cookware salesman, auto salesman and packing clerk
with a wholesale grocery company. In 1936 he was employed by Fillette,
Green & Company Steamship and Travel Agents as bookkeeper and dock
superintendent and then as office manager of the Pensacola office. He
was Office Manager when he retired.

Mr. Caro is a member of Greater Pensacola Chamber of Commerce and East
Pensacola Heights Lions Club. 
George Homer Caro
77 Absess of liver. George R. Caro
78 George is buried in St. John's Catholic Cemetery. George R. Caro
79 George is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 6. George Weaver Caro
80 Phlhisis ? George Weaver Caro
81 Georgia never married. She is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9. Georgia Anna Caro
82 Bronchitis Gladys Cecelia Caro
83 Gregory was killed by his brother Bonito Caro, Jr. Gregory Caro
84 Captain Gregory Caro is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 65. Gregory N. Caro
85 Hazel is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 65. Hazel Kathryn Caro
86 Herbert is buried in Holy Cross Cemetery. Herbert Pinckney Caro, III
87 Herbert was a dedicated man, serving his country well and accomplishing
much. He was a Senator, a dairyman, a real estate broker, a Mason, a
Patrior and a family man. To know Senator Caro was to love him.

Herbert is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 65. 
Herbert Pinckney Caro, , Sr.
Fisher-Pou Funeral Service
Mrs. Ina Christine Bond
Funeral for Mrs. Ina Christine Bond, 60 widow of Max Bond, who died unexpectedly Tuesday afternoon at her home, 620 E. Garden St., will be at 8:45 A.M. Thursday in Fisher-Pou Chapel and 9 A.M. in St. Michael's Church with Mass.
Mrs. Bond, a lifelong resident of Pensacola, was a member of St. Michael's Catholic Church.
Surviving are three brothers, William J. Caro, Vincent A. Caro and John Cokey Caro, all of Pensacola; and other relatives.
Pallbearers will be E. J. Roberts, Raymond Grosskoph, Avery Grosskoph , Eddie Mandel, Joe Broxton, Lee Bogan, William Blackmon and Earl Brunson.
Pensacola Journal, Thursday June 24, 1965 Ina and Harold had no children. 
Ina Christine Caro
89 Infant Caro is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 33. Infant Daughter Caro
90 Irene is buried in Union Hill Cemetery. Irene Marcella Caro
91 James is buried in St. Michael's Cemetery. James P. Caro
92 James was a Pay Master Clerk. He is buried in St. John's Catholic
James Weaver Caro
John B. Caro
John B. Caro, 73, life-long resident of Pensacola, died early Tuesday afternoon at Sacred Heart Hospital.
Mr. Caro is survived by his wife, Mrs. ThelmanCaro; a daughter, Mrs. H. M. Bond, three sons, Willie, John C. and Vince Caro; a stepson, Earl Stearns, all of Pensacola; a sister Mrs. George Harris of Biloxi, MS; 13 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and other relatives.
Funerral services will be held at 9 A.M. Thursday in Fisher-Pou Chapel with the Rev. E. B. Kennedy officiating.
Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery.
Honorary pallbearers will be: George E. Johnson, A. E. Wilson, J. T. McHugh, Langley Bell, Ben L. Davis. Active, C. C. Colley, Kenneth Peatman, R. J. Powell, Roland Stearns, L. W. Henderson and William Blackmo .
Pensacola Journal, Thursdaay May 29, 1952 
John B. Caro
94 Death Notice
John Cokey Caro
John C. Caro, 77 of Pensacola died Monday morning at a local hospital.
He was a member of the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart. He was a Third degree member of the Knights of Columbus Council No. 778, a Fouth Degree member of Deluna Assembly and a member of M.O.P.S. He was the former owner and operator of Wright Tackle Shop.
Survivors include two daughters, Nancy Marie Hunter and Diane Christine Johnson both of Maryland; two sons, Pat Leonard Caro of Pensacola and John Maxie Caro of Hawaii; two brothers, Vincent A. Varo and W. J. Caro both of Pensacola; 10 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
The funeral mann will be celebrated at 2:00 P.M. Wednesday in the Catherdral of the Sacred Heart with Msgr. Terrell Solana officiating
Burial will be at Holy Cross Cemetery with Harper-Morris Memorial Chapel in charge of arrangements.
Friends may call at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart from 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. Tuesday.
The Rosary will be recited at 7:00 P. M. at the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart.
The family has suggested thet Memorials be made to the Cathedral of the Sacred Heart.
Active pallbearers will be Lowery Sparks, John Cotita, Joe Anthony, Earle Fowler, John Cascone and Frank Barberi.
Honorary pallbearers will be members of the Fouth Degree Honor Guard, members of the Deluna Assembly, members of the Knights of Columbus Council No. 778 and members of M.O.P.S.
Pensacola News-Journal, Nov. 22, 1988 
John Cokey Caro
95 John never married. He is buried in St. John's Cemetery. John Forsyth Caro
96 John is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sec. 50.

According to draft register Name John Garmly Caro b. Jun 20, 1876 
John Gormley Caro
97 Captain John Caro had not only lived long and well, but he had a
marvelous memory, and many an interesting tale was tole by him of "men
who go down to the sea in ships," and of the early days of the port of
Pensacola. But he was of the progressives. He was not one to insist
that the old days were better than the new. When oldtimers spoke of the
number of vessels that used to put to port for cargo, Captain John would
remind tham that the big vessels that enter the harbor today are many
times larger and their cargoes many times greater, and that both exports
and imports are of greater variety.

But while he acknowledged the good points of modern commerce, this man
who had spent so much time on the water and who had such a wonderful
memory for interesting details, had to admit his love of old times. Few
men of today have been continuously in the same line of work as long as
he. But he did not confine his interests entirely to the Bar Pilots
Association, of which he was a member for so long. He was actively
interested in everything he put into practice, he was a leading character
of the city for many years.

He as a member of the Presbyterian church, and of the Odd Fellows, he
foound in these affiliations a contact that brought him closer to the
life of the city.

He was first married to Miss Emma F. Pitt, now deceased, and his second
marriage was to Miss Frances (Greene) Carter and his surviving children
Edwin W. and Ernest, by his first marriage and John W. and Julius L. by
his second wife.

John is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9.

Source: "History of Escambia County Florida" by H. Clay Armstrong,
John Hurley Caro
98 John never married.

John is buried in St. John's Cemetery Sect. 9. 
John Winfield Caro
99 After his fathers death Joseph continued his profession as a baker in
Pensacola, receiving a contract from the military . Soon afterward Caro
received complaints from the soldiers because of the "bad fabrication and
baking" of the bread and biscuits. The next contract was given to Don
Francisco Moreno. While waiting for payment for his services - an issue
which went to court - Joseph E. Caro secured a position in the Spanish
archives as a clerk.

Joseph was active in public works. He was a keeper of the Spanish
Archives and interpreter of court documents written in Spanish and
French. He was a translator and transcribed British, French and Spanish
records in the state of Alabama, 1840. p.1,6,317,320. He entered suit
to recover money owed him for services to the Spanish Army in 1813.

Notes grant of Fowl River tract at Lisloy to Chevalier Montant de
Monberault in 1763 is copy of translation, not authenticated, page 5-6
(1840); page 502-04 (!841). Notes certified copy of Dauphin Street lot
sale in 1800 by Peter Gilkes (Guilores) to Benjamin Dubroca is found i
his office, page 501-02.

Joseph was paralyzed and spent most of his last days in the homes of his
different children but was taken care of by his own personal servant. He
was a bitter old man when he wrote his will. He declared for all to know
that he was most displeased by his son, Albert V. Caro's demand that he
be given some property, and received the deed of gift through compulsion
and through fear. It was dated April 20, 1859. He had his oldest son,
Joseph N. Caro act as administrator. Joseph was to give the chidren and
grandchildren the princely sum of ten cents each. The rest of his estate
was left to Joseph N. , who received the remaining property, slaves and
family silver. 
Joseph (Jose) Estevan Caro
100 Asthma Joseph NaMacia Caro

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