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bullet Maren Mikkelsdatter was born in 1826 in Trandenes, Norway. Parents: Mikkel Johan Edisen and Kristane Kristoffersdatte.

She was married to Jorgen Evertsen. Children were: Anna Marie Jorgensdatter .


bullet Rosa Hill Millard

She was married to Francis Constantine Neale. Children were: Francis Millard Neale.


bullet Charles Brent MIller (Private). Parents: Thomas G. MIller and Mary Linda Healy.


bullet Cynthia MIller (Private). Parents: Thomas G. MIller and Mary Linda Healy.


bullet Deborah Miller (Private).

Children were: Jason Dallmann , Joshua Dallmann, Jerid Dallmann.


bulletMarguerite Amelia Miller was born on Jan 12 1892. She died on May 10 1985.

She was married to William Charles Roberts. Children were: Doris Agnes Roberts.


bullet Michelle Elizabeth MIller (Private). Parents: Thomas G. MIller and Mary Linda Healy.


bullet Thomas G. MIller (Private).

Children were: Charles Brent MIller, Cynthia MIller, Michelle Elizabeth MIller.


bulletRoberta Ann Milliken.

She was married to Leonard Paul Denham.


bullet Adelaide Mitchell Parents: Joseph Thomas Mitchell and Kate Kent.


bullet Elizabeth Mitchell Parents: Joseph Thomas Mitchell and Caroline Horsey.


bullet Joseph Mitchell Parents: Joseph Thomas Mitchell and Caroline Horsey.


bullet Joseph T. Mitchell

He was married to Anna Maria Parnham Brent about 1815. Children were: Joseph Thomas Mitchell , Louisa Mitchell, Robert Brent Mitchell.


bullet Joseph Thomas Mitchell was born on Apr 18 1817. Parents: Joseph T. Mitchell and Anna Maria Parnham Brent .

He was married to Caroline Horsey. Children were: Elizabeth Mitchell, Joseph Mitchell.

He was married to Kate Kent . Children were: Robert Brent Mitchell, Adelaide Mitchell.


bullet Louisa Mitchell was born about 1819. Parents: Joseph T. Mitchell and Anna Maria Parnham Brent.


bullet Robert Brent Mitchell was born about 1821. Parents: Joseph T. Mitchell and Anna Maria Parnham Brent.


bullet Robert Brent Mitchell Parents: Joseph Thomas Mitchell and Kate Kent.


bullet Lars (Lauri) Moilanen

He was married to Margetha in 1808. Children were: Margeta Gretha Moilanen .


bullet Margeta Gretha Moilanen was born in 1810 in Finland. She died in 1853. She was christened. Parents: Lars (Lauri) Moilanen and Margetha.

She was married to Isaac Heikkinen . Children were: Adam Heikkinen.


bullet Mary (Polly) Mooney was born in 1765.

She was married to William Clinkinbeard in 1781. Children were: Mary Clinkinbeard.


bullet Catherine Moore (Private).

Children were: Brent Turtle , Casey Turtle.


bulletFlorence Moore.

She was married to James Lyle Nolin .


bullet Velma Moore

She was married to Jess Smith. Children were: Archie Judge Smith.


bullet Alexander Gibson Moreno Photo was born on Mar 6 1865 in Pensacola, Florida. He died on Mar 13 1932. Better known as Gibson Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Mentoria Gonzalez.


bullet Alice Moreno was born on Mar 17 1847 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Parents: Francisco Moreno Jr. and Laura Amelie Bouny.


bullet Alma May Moreno Photo was born on Jul 5 1927 in Montgomery, Alabama. She was christened. She died. Parents: James Edgar Moreno and Alma Erline James.

She was married to David Earl McClurkin on Apr 16 1954 in Montgomery, Alabama. Children were: Martha Stel McClurkin.


bullet Angela Sylvania Moreno Photo died on Mar 26 1901. She was born Jun 20 (possibly 28) 1815 in Pensacola, Florida. She was buried in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Josepha Lopez.

She was married to Stephen Russell Mallory on Jul 19 1838 in Pensacola, Florida. Children were: Margaret "Maggie" Mallory, Ellen Josephine Mallory, Francis Moreno Mallory, Francis Moreno Mallory, Stephen Russell "Buddy" Mallory, Jr., Charles Albert Mallory, Atilla Fitzpatrick "Attie" Mallory, Ruby Angela Mallory, Nellie B. Mallory.


bullet Anna Marie Moreno Photo was born on May 23 1863 in Pensacola, Florida. She died on Feb 16 1944. She was buried in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Mentoria Gonzalez.

She was married to Arthur Peter Yniestra in 1886 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Children were: Arthur Bingham Yniestra, Lucile Marie Yniestra, Angela Moreno Yniestra.


bullet Arthur Moreno was born on Sep 20 1831 in Pensacola, Florida. He died on Nov 7 1839 in Pensacola, Florida. He was buried in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Margarita Eleutaria Lopez.


bullet Aurelia Moreno was born in 1855 in Pensacola, Florida. ! Died young. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Mentoria Gonzalez.


bullet Aurilia Moreno was born on Dec 29 1857 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Parents: Francisco Moreno Jr. and Laura Amelie Bouny.


bullet Benito J. Moreno was born about 1876. Parents: Stephen A. Moreno and Helen Blount.


bullet Benito Julian Moreno was born on Feb 17 1827 in Pensacola, Florida. He died on Jun 1 1865. He was buried in Baldwin County, Alabama. Moved to New Orleans prior to 1854. He worked as an accountant and then joined his brother, Francis, in the firm of the Moreno Brothers, Commission merchants. Never married. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Margarita Eleutaria Lopez.


bullet Blanche Moreno was born on Nov 16 1849 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Parents: Francisco Moreno Jr. and Laura Amelie Bouny.


bullet Cameron Anderson Moreno Sr. Photo was born on Jan 29 1861 in Pensacola, Florida. He died on Dec 20 1945 in Montgomery, Alabama. He was buried on Dec 23 1945 in Crary Memorial, Cemetery, Bluff Springs, Florida. ! Mercantile business in Mobile and Birmingham. Methodist and Mason. After his wife's death he lived with his daughter, Mrs. John T. Diamond, at 129 North Copeland in Tallahassee, Florida. Parents: Charles Albert Moreno and Susan Byrne.

He was married to Seana Barkley Crary on Dec 27 1883 in Bluff Springs, Florida. Children were: Margaret Lopez Moreno, Infant (Boy) Moreno, Infant (Boy) Moreno, Susan Elizabeth Moreno, Mary Cornelia Moreno , Charles Albert Moreno, Seana Mae (also May) Moreno, John Cameron Moreno , James Edgar Moreno, Stephen Russell Mallory Moreno, Sue Byrne Moreno, Regina Angela Moreno, Jane Ellen Moreno, Cameron Anderson Moreno Jr..


bullet Cameron Anderson Moreno Jr. was born on Jul 18 1910 in Mobile, Alabama. He died on Aug 18 1973. He was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, Alabama. Parents: Cameron Anderson Moreno Sr. and Seana Barkley Crary.

He was married to Mary Carol Harden on Dec 22 1934 in Birmingham, Alabama. Children were: James Anderson Moreno, Mary Kathryn Moreno.


bullet Cameron Anderson Moreno (Private). Parents: James Tunstall Bryars and Margaret Lopez Moreno.


bullet Carrie Roberts Moreno Photo was born on Aug 22 1898 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. She died on Aug 4 1976 in San Diego, California. She was buried in Cremated. Parents: Scarritt Moreno and Susan Sydney Roberts.

She was married to Edward S. Shaw on Jun 28 1926 in Pensacola, Florida.


bullet Celestino Scarritt Moreno was born on Jan 2 1846. He died on Nov 29 1864. He was buried in Columbia, Tennessee. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Margarita Eleutaria Lopez.


bullet Charles Albert Moreno Photo was born on Sep 21 1834 in Pensacola, Florida. He died on Aug 4 1861. He was christened. He was buried in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Margarita Eleutaria Lopez.

He was married to Susan Byrne on Nov 30 1857. Children were: Cameron Anderson Moreno Sr..


bullet Charles Albert Moreno was born on Jun 4 1892 in Bluff Springs, Florida. He died on Jul 16 1910. He was christened. He was buried in Crary Memorial, Cemetery. Parents: Cameron Anderson Moreno Sr. and Seana Barkley Crary.


bullet Charles Albert Moreno Parents: Theodore Moreno and Virginia Anderson.

He was married to Susie Saunders .


bullet Clara Dorr Moreno Photo was born on May 2 1903 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. She died on May 15 2000 in Coronado, California. Clare died of natural causes very quitetly in her home. She was cremated on May 16 2000 in Coronado, California. She was buried on May 25 2000 in 11:30 a.m. Christ Episcopal Church, Coronado, California. Her son, Pat, wrote that the service was wonderful and that over a hundred of her friends spanning the ages from her contemporaries to ours attended. Pat said that her sister, Susie Saltmarsh, would have been proud of her "Topsy", as she called her. (Her sister, Elizabeth whom we all called Liberta) coined this nickname and always referred to her as "Top". Clara's cremains were interred with her first husband, Donald Marshall Carpenter, at Fort Rosencrans National Cemetery. This cemetery was where her niece, Elizabeth Gabrielle Saltmarsh Wyatt was laid to rest in 1959. Clare, as she preferred to be called, loved the Navy and the exciting social activity that came with being married to a Naval Officer. Her husband, Doc, was one of the pioneer Naval Aviators and many of his peers became very senior officers. One time in 1946 Bill and Marion Saltmarsh stayed with Clare in Coronado, where she and Doc had settled in 1934. One night they returned from a movie and found the house filled with Admirals who were in the kitchen washing dishes. After Doc's death she was a hostess at Consolidated and later got into real estate. She built several houses in Coronado and also sold many for herself and other customers. At this writing in July 1998 she is still living in Coronado in a beautiful condominium and is 95 years old, in poor health but still hanging on! Many of her friends from Pensacola married naval aviators (Pensacola is referred to as the Mother-in-Law of the Navy). These friends's spouses were all senior Admirals. Clare hobnobbed with the Bushes, the Shermans and the like. In her later years Clare catered many parties and was a consummate hostess.

An epitath written for her in the San Diego Union-Tribune on May 25, 2000 read as follows:

"During more than 70 years in Coronado, Clare Carpenter Sprague saw miles of vacant land turn into fashionable neighborhoods that generations of Navy families called home. As a postwar real estate agent, she had a lot to do with the transformation. From 1956 until the mid 1960s, she built seven houses of her own in Coronado, including her longtime family home on Margarita Avenue.
Mrs, Sorague, who was twice widowed, died of natural causes in her Coronado Condominium. She was 97.
Born and raised in Pensacola, Fla., she came to San Diego after her marriage in 1922 to Navy Lieutenant Donald Marshall Capenter. She moved with her husband to various duty stations before settling permanently in Coronado in 1934. Her husband, who retired as a Lieutenant Commander in 1936 because of medical reasons, became a production manager at Consolidated Aircraft Corporation (CEO was Reuben H. Fleet)>. Comdr. Carpenter died in 1940, and a destroyer, the Carpenter (Donald M. Carpenter DD-825 ) was named in his honor. On December 28, 1945, Mrs. Carpenter christened the ship.
Before beginning her career in real estate, she worked for more than five years as a receptionist for Fleet at Consolidated Aircraft, which became Consolidated Vultee after World War II and, eventually the Convair Division of General Dynmics.
In 1966, Mrs. Carpenter married retired Admiral Thomas Lamison Spragure. He died in 1971.
As a Coronado resident, Mrs. Sprague frequently entertained at her home, a hub of social activity over the years. "One of her favorite things in life was ws being a hostess," said a son, Dan "Pat" Carpenter.
She volunteered for such community projects as a hospital guild and was active in many roles at Christ Episcopal Church.
Mrs, Sprague aslo enjoyed bridge and travel. Once, while visiting Spain 30 years ago, she shared Thanksgiving dinner in Madrid as a guest of Ambassador Horacio Reivero.
Genealogical records show that her great grandfather, don Francisco Moreno, was prominent in the history of Pensacola. "His unofficial title was 'King of Pensacola,' " Dan Carpenter said. He turned a large land grant from Spain over the the City Father's of Pensacola.
Mrs. Sprague attended Florida State College (for Women - now Florida State University) for a year before her first marriage.

She is survived by son Donald Jr., and Dan, both of Coronado; four granddaughters; and seven great grandchildren. A memotial service is scheduled for 11:30 a. m. today at Christ Episcopal Church, Coronado. Dontions are suggested to the church.

Another epitataph noted also that Navy duty took Clare and Doc to Naval Air Station Coco Solo, Panama Canal Zone from 1931 to 1934, when they returned to Coronads Parents: Scarritt Moreno and Susan Sydney Roberts.

She was married to LCDR Donald Marshall Carpenter USN (Ret) in 1922 in 620 N. Barcelona, Pensacola, Florida. She was married in Christ Episcopal Church in the heart of Pensacola and the reception was held in the family home at 620 North Barcelona. Recentlh this home was bought and restored to its original state (It has been an apartment building for many years) and was picked by the Pensacola Symphony Orchestra to be their centerpiece home for 1997. Hundreds of Pensacolians toured the home to bring funds to the Orchestra. Each of the rooms had been decorated and furnished by local interior decorators, who used it to show their talents. The project was a great success.

620 North Barcelona Street in North Hill was built for Scarritt sometime just before the turn of the century for his bride. She died in 1911 at age 52 of breast cancer, but her cause of death was very hushed at that time as was the custom. The word was that she died of a fall from a rocking chair which she was using to reach a high shelf.

Susie was married there in 1912, but only in a private wedding with only a few members of the famiily present in view of the nearness to her mother's death. A reception was held later when enough time had elapsed to satisfy the protocol of that day. Clare was married ten years later and her reception was held. Scarritt Moreno had remarried at this time and soon moved across the street to 623 North Barcelona Street which he had built for them. The property included five cottages which he used as rentals for smaller Pensacola families. After Aunt Fan's death, Top used it for her piano teaching and lived there until she was moved to a nursing home. Most Penscolians who play piano learned from Elizabeth. Children were: Donald Marshall Carpenter Jr., CAPT Dan Moreno Carpenter Supply Corps, USN.


bulletCora Nellie Moreno was born on Jun 1 1855 in Pensacola, Florida. She died on Dec 8 1931. She was christened. She was buried in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Parents: Fernando Joaquin Moreno and Louisa Augusta Tatine.

She was married to William Alexander Blount Sr. on Jun 19 1878. Children were: William Alexander Blount Jr., Cora Blount.


bullet Corinne Lucian Moreno was born on May 23 1853 in Pensacola, Florida. She died on Aug 5 1942. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Mentoria Gonzalez.

She was married to Francia Herbert Jordan on Feb 2 1877.

She was married to William Fennell.


bullet Reverend Eben D. Moreno (Private). Parents: James Nicholas Moreno and Clara Dorr.


bullet Eddie Moreno died during the Civil War. Parents: Theodore Moreno and Virginia Anderson.


bullet Edgar Moreno was born about May 12 1851 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Parents: Francisco Moreno Jr. and Laura Amelie Bouny.


bullet Electra A. Moreno was born about 1874. Parents: Stephen A. Moreno and Helen Blount.


bullet Elizabeth (n) Moreno Photo was born on Sep 8 1892 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. She died on May 17 1981 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. She was buried on May 19 1981 in St. John's, Pensacola, Florida. Concert Pianist. She was a music teacher and taught in both Pensacola and New Orleans. Her concert pianist talents were recognized by a weekly program on WCOA when it went on the air in 1925 and for many years thereafter and she appeared in many recitals. During and after WWII she played piano for sing-a-longs at the USO. Parents: Scarritt Moreno and Susan Sydney Roberts.

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