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bullet Ella Moreno was born in 1867. ! Died young. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Mentoria Gonzalez.


bullet Estella Josepha Moreno Photo was born on Aug 8 1871. She died on Mar 9 1963. She was buried in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. ! [Josephine Estella] Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Mentoria Gonzalez.

She was married to Robert Wilson Sublette on Dec 28 1887. Children were: Robert Trabue Sublette, Hubert C. Sublette, Fidelia Sublette, Samuel Giles Sublette, Yvonne Sublette, Olympia Sublette, Aurelius Sublette, Mentoria Sublette, Calpurnia Sublette, Francisco Moreno Sublette , Hortensia Sublette.


bullet Dr. Fernando Moreno was born in 1771 in Malaga, Spain. He died in 1830 in Havana, Cuba. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Ana Lorenza Mancebo Dame.

He was married to Florentina Senac in 1788 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Children were: don Francisco Moreno.


bullet Fernando Joaquin Moreno was born on Feb 5 1822 in Pensacola, Florida. He died on Nov 18 1905. He was buried in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. He was called Bedo. He was in a storm in Key West which left him stone deaf. He was very handsome and carried a trumpet when he drove his horse and buggy through the streets of Pensacola. The ear trumpet is in the hands of the Pensacola Historical Society. He was sent to a rest home in New Orleans as mentally infirm. Actually no one seemed to think him off, just wanted to be relieved of the burden. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Margarita Eleutaria Lopez.

He was married to Louisa Augusta Tatine on May 5 1852 in Key West, Florida. Children were: Cora Nellie Moreno, Margaret Moreno, Francis Mallory Moreno, Fernando Joaquin Moreno Jr. , Louisa A. Moreno, Mason S. Moreno, Stephen Moreno.


bullet Fernando Joaquin Moreno Jr. was born on May 9 1863 in Pensacola, Florida. He died on Jul 31 1920. He was buried in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Parents: Fernando Joaquin Moreno and Louisa Augusta Tatine.


bullet Florence Elizabeth Moreno (Private). Parents: John Cameron Moreno and Florence Elizabeth Johnson.

She was married to D. Wilburn Wright.


bullet Florentina Isidora Moreno was born on Apr 4 1826 in Pensacola, Florida. She died on Jan 30 1907 in Washington, D.C.. She was buried in Norfolk, Virginia. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Margarita Eleutaria Lopez.

She was married to Theodore Stanford Garnett Sr. on Apr 18 1839 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Children were: James Mercer Garnett, Theodore Stanford Garnett Jr., Ella Isidora Garnett.


bullet Francis Moreno was born in 1860 in Pensacola, Florida. ! Died young. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Mentoria Gonzalez.


bullet Francis Mallory Moreno was born about 1862. He died on Dec 11 1863. He was christened. Parents: Fernando Joaquin Moreno and Louisa Augusta Tatine.


bullet don Francisco Moreno was born in 1732 in Malaga, Spain. He died in 1778 in New Iberia, Louisiana. !Came to Spanish America in 1781 under orders from the King of Spain. He was in charge of a Spanish colony in Louisiana with grants of land from the king.

He was married to Ana Lorenza Mancebo Dame about 1750 in Spain. Children were: Dr. Fernando Moreno.


bullet don Francisco Moreno(3) (6)(7) (9) Photo was born on Nov 25 1792 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. He died on Nov 19 1883 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. OBITUARIES OF DON FRANCISCO MORENO

1. Departed this life, at his residence, in this city, at 6 o'clock p.m., November 19th, Francisco Moreno, a citizen and resident here for the last ninety years.

MR. MORENO was a fine type-both physically and mentally-of the old time Castilian gentleman. Alert, polite, cordial, and shrewd: His sterling integrity and honesty was never called in question, and his desire to have what was honestly his was always connected with an equal desire to render to others their just dues to the uttermost Earthling. He lived his whole life honored and respected, and was, while in the prime of life, one of the foremost business men of the city, and for a considerable period the Spanish consul at this port. Mr. Moreno was an active participator in stirring historical events, and has seen Pensacola in the hands and under the control of many and diverse peoples. The flags of Spain, England, Frances, the United States and Confederate States have, in his time, repeatedly chased each other up and down the flag staff on the Plaza, and if he each time took the oath that probably was demanded on each change, he must have sworn allegiance to different powers more than half a dozen times.

One by one the land-marks and land-markers of the past are taken away. Francisco Moreno's memory went back to the time when there were no railroads, no steamboats, no telegraph or telephone. He lived to see the net-work of wires and railroad tracks on the streets of the city, and his funeral cortege was passed by the cars of the street railroad just completed, while the carriages drove over the buried gas pipes so soon to be put in operation. His life is a leaf pregnant with lessons to the young and rising generation. Industry, economy, probity, and purity of life, and the absence of excessive and intemperate indulgence, not only lengthened out his years, but gave to his old age the quietness and peace that are so much coveted in our declining years.

He had at his death thirteen children and sixty-seven grand-children living, most of them residents of this city, and many of them among our most active, enterprising and respected business and professional men, among whom we note our distinguished and talented State Senator, S. R. Mallory, and Mr. T. M. Scarritt, county superintendent of public schools and the local editor of the Advance Gazette.

Mr. Moreno was buried in St. Michael's Cemetery, and his funeral was largely attended. Like a shock of corn fully ripe-like the mellow apple that drops from its stem, he was gathered to his fathers. There is scarcely room for sorrow, and the bereavement of those most closely related, and who cared for him, is softened by the fact that his appointed time on earth far exceeded the life of ordinary men. Hale, hearty, genial old gentleman, fare thee well!

;source: Pensacola Commercial, Wednesday, November 21, 1883, Vol. 2, No. 81, '.3.

2. Don Francisco Moreno, whose death in Pensacola on Monday evening last was reported in our special telegrams of yesterday, was one of the oldest and most respected residents of the State of Florida. A native of Spain, of high birth, he came to this country at an early age, and has ever since resided in the city of his adoption where he married and reared a large family, and where he has continuously for more than half a century officially represented the Spanish Government. The deceased leaves a number of children, grand-children, and great-grandchildren. His oldest daughter was the wife of the late Hon. Stephen R. Mallory, Secretary of the Navy of the Confederate States, and the mother of Mrs. Dr. Kennedy, of our city. His eldest son, the late Francisco Moreno, of this city, a good citizen and gallant soldier, lost his life at the battle of Shiloh. His brother and partner, Benito Moreno, one of the most charming young men who ever came to New Orleans, was compelled in consequences of failing health to retire from business, and died, deeply regretted, a few years afterward in Florida. Several of the children of the deceased still reside in that State-one of them a leading merchant in Key West-where they have ever been noted for their culture and refinement. This death of Don Francisco Moreno removes from Pensacola her oldest resident and a man who through a long series of years never lost the regard of those among whom he had elected to live.

Note - The T. -D. is mistaken about Mr. Moreno being a native of Spain, he was born in this city.-Ed. A.-G.

FRANCISCO MORENO

Source: New Orleans Times-Democrat, undated clipping, cat 22 November 1883. Francisco Moreno was born in Pensacola and not Spain or New Orleans.

3. Yesterday evening, at 6 o'clock, there passed into the glory of a better life, Francisco Moreno, in the 90th year of his age. Mr. Moreno was born in Pensacola, Fla., Nov. 25th, 1793 [1792], of Spanish parents. His father, being a surgeon in the Spanish army stationed in Pensacola. Mr. Moreno was one of Pensacola's foremost business men, of the olden time, and by great business tact, amassed a comfortable fortune. A man of the strictest integrity, he at all times commanded the respect and confidence of all with whom he came in contact. The father of a large and interesting family, his descendants living are thirteen children, and his children and grandchildren number sixty-seven, living in the Southern States and New York. He had been a great sufferer for years, being bedridden for nearly four years. His sufferings he bore with a firmness which was indicative of the character of a man of iron will. Thus, one by one, the old citizens drop off, severing link by link, the chain which bound us to a past filled with the pleasantest memories. The funeral of Mr. Moreno will take place from his residence on Zaragossa Street, this evening at 4 o'clock. Interment at St. Michael's Cemetery. The Advance Gazette extends to the sorrowing family its sincerest sympathy in this their hour of bereavement.

Source: Clipping from an old scrapbook [November, 20, 1883], Mandrell Collection.
He was buried about Nov 22 1983 in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Don Francisco Moreno was one of the oldest and most respected residents of the State of Florida. A native of Pensacola, Florida, he resided in the city of his birth where he married and reared a large family, and where he continuously for more than half a century officially represented the Spanish Government. Mr. Moreno was one of Pensacola's foremost business men, of the olden time, and by great business tact, amassed a comfortable fortune. A man of the strictest integrity, he at all times commanded the respect and confidence of all with whom he came in contact. He kept a chest under his bed which contained a lot of money. When he loaned money to people, he sent them unaccompanied to his bedroom to take what he had agreed upon. They trusted each other. His passing left a number of children, grand-children, and great-grandchildren. His oldest daughter was the wife of the late Hon. Stephen R. Mallory, Secretary of the Navy of the Confederate States, and the mother of Mrs. Dr. Kennedy, of our city. His eldest son, the late Francisco Moreno, of this city, a good citizen and gallant soldier, lost his life at the battle of Shiloh. His brother and partner, Benito Moreno, one of the most charming young men who ever came to New Orleans, was compelled in consequences of failing health to retire from business, and died a few years afterward in Florida. Several of the children of the deceased still reside in that State-one of them a leading merchant in Key West-where they have ever been noted for their culture and refinement. Don Francisco Moreno never lost the regard of those among whom he had elected to live.


In Memoriam

Theresa

She came into the late Mr. Francisco Moreno's family a little colored girl when she was scarcely seven years old having been purchased by him in Mobile in 1844, and it seems to us that it was one of those special blessings which God in his mercy sometimes bestows upon a family for if ever there was a blessing it was when He permitted Theresa to become an inmate of the Moreno home. For sixty-five years through sunshine and rain; unswerving in her fidelity to her masters, untiring in her devotion to the family she wrought as few have ever wrought for the comfort and good of her children as she called them. It was her hand that first held them as they came into the world. It was her arms which sheltered them as she sang them to sleep at night, it was her precept and example which taught them their lessons to duty and truthfulness in their childhood, and as they grew older it was her watchful care and attention which smoothed many of the rough places of life for them and to her in great measure is due the brightness and happiness of their youth. So faithful and careful was she that she was given full charge of the children and so just, so loving, and bright was she that she stood only next to their mother in their affections. Full well were they repaid for that love for never could a devoted mother have served them as she served. As the years sped on and her charges grew to man and woman's estate and left the old home and went out in the world, it was Theresa who dressed the brides and attended to all the little details of the wedding and it was Theresa who saw the last of them as they left the old mansion and began life's battle and when some of them tired of life's fitful fever and lay down to rest, it was Theresa's hand which closed their eyes for their last long sleep and it was Theresa's words of hope and joy in the life to come which they last heard ere they passed into the great unknown. And she lived the life of a saint. Her long life of joys and sorrows was lived with an eye single to the glory of God, a devoted member of the Catholic church she so shaped her actions to be in conformity with the teachings of her faith and no pain nor bad weather could keep her away from the church or her duties.

To her aged mistress she was a devoted companion insisting at all times in performing services which were not required of her. Of late years she was attacked with an incurable and painful disease and she bore all those ills without a murmur believing it was a separation for the higher life and when her hour had come with her hands clasped in that of the youngest son of the house, Mr. A. G. Moreno, her faithful soul yielded itself to its maker. It was meet and fitting that her coffin should have been borne as it was on the 7th of April 1909, on the stalwart shoulders of the son and grandsons of the house she served so well. She was laid to rest by her mistress in St. Michael's cemetery, in a style which showed her love for Theresa and her grave was covered with rare and beautiful flowers by the hands of her loved ones.

When the last trumpet shall blow and the curtain which hides the infinite from the finite shall be rolled back and the Glory of Heaven shall appear, I shall ask for no greater advocate before the "Great White Throne" than Theresa for was it not promised, "As ye have been faithful in small things I shall place ye over many things."


"Large was her bounty and her soul sincere
Heaven did a recompense as largely send
She gave to misery all she had, a tear
She gained from heaven, twas all she wished, a friend."

"No farther seek her merits to disclose.
Or draw her frailties from their dread abode.
There they alike in trembling hope repose.
In the bosom of her Father and her God."

Source: Undated clipping [ca. April 7, 1909] from the Moreno File, Pensacola Historical Society.

Parents: Dr. Fernando Moreno and Florentina Senac.

He was married to Josepha Lopez on Jun 29 1815. Children were: Angela Sylvania Moreno , Francisco Moreno Jr., Josefa Moreno.

He was married to Margarita Eleutaria Lopez in 1821 in Civil Ceremony, Pensacola, Florida. Later solemnized by the Catholic Church at St. Michael's Children were: Fernando Joaquin Moreno, Stephen A. Moreno, Florentina Isidora Moreno, Benito Julian Moreno , Irene Gregoria Moreno, Theodore Moreno, Arthur Moreno, Charles Albert Moreno, James Nicholas Moreno, Stephen Anastasius Moreno, Victoria (Cecilia) Calder Moreno, Celestino Scarritt Moreno, Infant Moreno.

He was married to Mentoria Gonzalez on Jul 3 1852 in Pensacola, Florida. Children were: Corinne Lucian Moreno, Aurelia Moreno, Laura Justian Moreno, Pauline Frances Moreno , Margaret Pearl Moreno, Francis Moreno, Anna Marie Moreno, Alexander Gibson Moreno, Ella Moreno, Estella Josepha Moreno, Infant Moreno, Infant Moreno.


bullet Francisco Moreno Jr. was born in 1817 in Pensacola, Florida. He died on May 4 1862 in Louisville, Kentucky. He was buried in Bouny Tomb, St. Louis Cem.2, Square2Aisle1W, New Orleans. ! Moved to New Orleans prior to 1842. Died from wounds at Battle of Shiloh as Lieutenant in C. S. Army. Reported missing in action April 15, 1862 and was apparently died while a prisoner of war on May 4, 1862 at Louisville, Kentucky. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Josepha Lopez.

He was married to Laura Amelie Bouny on Feb 17 1846 in St.LouisCathed., New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana. Children were: Alice Moreno, Blanche Moreno, Edgar Moreno, Laura Moreno, Frank Moreno, Louise Moreno, Aurilia Moreno, Marie Moreno, Jefferson Moreno.


bullet Frank Moreno was born on Sep 16 1854 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Parents: Francisco Moreno Jr. and Laura Amelie Bouny.


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


bullet Frederick Moreno was born about 1879. Parents: Stephen A. Moreno and Helen Blount.


bullet Halcott C. Moreno Parents: Theodore Moreno and Virginia Anderson.


bullet Helen M. Moreno was born on Dec 1 1871. She died on Feb 18 1882. Parents: Stephen A. Moreno and Helen Blount.


bullet Infant Moreno Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Margarita Eleutaria Lopez.


bullet Infant Moreno Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Mentoria Gonzalez.


bullet Infant Moreno Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Mentoria Gonzalez.


bullet Infant (Boy) Moreno was born on Aug 14 1886 in Bluff Springs, Florida. He died on Aug 14 1886. He was christened. He was buried in Crary Memorial, Cemetery. Parents: Cameron Anderson Moreno Sr. and Seana Barkley Crary.


bullet Infant (Boy) Moreno was born on Aug 9 1887 in Bluff Springs, Florida. He died on Aug 12 1887. He was christened. He was buried in Crary Memorial, Cemetery. Parents: Cameron Anderson Moreno Sr. and Seana Barkley Crary.


bullet Irene Gregoria Moreno was born on Dec 25 1827 in Pensacola, Florida. She died on Nov 10 1906. She was christened. She was buried in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Margarita Eleutaria Lopez.

She was married to Jeremiah Mason Scarritt on Jun 13 1843 in Pensacola, Florida. Children were: Irene Maria Scarritt, James Mason Scarritt, Stephen Mallory Scarritt , Francis Benito Scarritt, Theodore Moreno Scarritt.


bullet James Anderson Moreno (Private). Parents: Cameron Anderson Moreno Jr. and Mary Carol Harden.


bullet James Edgar Moreno Photo was born on Sep 12 1898 in Mobile, Alabama. He died on Dec 11 1974. He was christened. He was buried in Greenwood Cem., Montgomery, Alabama. Parents: Cameron Anderson Moreno Sr. and Seana Barkley Crary .

He was married to Alma Erline James on Nov 10 1925 in Montgomery, Alabama. Children were: Alma May Moreno.

He was married to Estelle Sikes on Sep 8 1929 in Montgomery, Alabama.


bullet James Nicholas Moreno(3) (7) was born on Dec 7 1836 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. He died on Mar 7 1898 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. He was buried on Mar 10 1898 in St. John's, Pensacola, Florida. Little is known James' Civil War career. He enlisted at Mobile, Alabama, in May, 1862, as a private in the "Mobile Cadets" Company, an Alabama Infantry Regiment commanded by Capt. R. M. Sands. How long he remained with this unit is unknown. After the war, his brother Theodore left a brief note entitled "War Record Moreno Family," in which he wrote "Jas. N. Moreno, Capt. Qr. Masters Department."
James Moreno married Clara Dorr on February 15, 1860.45 She has been confused with her sister-in-law, Clara Barkley Dorr, after whom the Dorr House next to the old Christ Church on Seville Square was named. Clara Barkley Dorr was the sister of Clara Dorr's brother. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Margarita Eleutaria Lopez.

He was married to Clara Dorr on Feb 15 1860 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Children were: Reverend Eben D. Moreno , Scarritt Moreno, Mansfield Moreno, Ruth Moreno, Violette Moreno.


bullet Jane Ellen Moreno was born on Jul 28 1908 in Mobile, Alabama. She died on Jul 28 1910. She was christened. She was buried in Crary Memorial, Cemetery. Parents: Cameron Anderson Moreno Sr. and Seana Barkley Crary.


bullet Jefferson Moreno was born on Apr 29 1861 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Parents: Francisco Moreno Jr. and Laura Amelie Bouny.


bullet John Cameron Moreno Photo was born on Apr 16 1896 in Bluff Springs, Florida. He died on Feb 3 1949. He was christened. He was buried in Crary Memorial, Cemetery. Parents: Cameron Anderson Moreno Sr. and Seana Barkley Crary .

He was married to Florence Elizabeth Johnson on May 2 1913 in Mobile, Alabama. Children were: Florence Elizabeth Moreno, Roberta Barkley Moreno.


bullet John Cleveland Moreno (Private). Parents: Stephen Russell Mallory Moreno and Lutheree Gilmore.


bullet Josefa Moreno was born on Feb 8 1818 in Pensacola, Florida. She died on Oct 29 1820 in Pensacola, Florida. She was christened. She was buried in St.Michael's Cemetery, Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Josepha Lopez.


bullet Joseph Roulhac Moreno Parents: Stephen Anastasius Moreno and Fannnie de Roulhac.


bullet Joseph Roulhac Moreno Parents: Stephen (Esteban) Moreno and Fannnie de Roulhac.


bullet Julia Moreno (Private). Parents: Stephen A. Moreno and Helen Blount.


bullet Kate Moreno Parents: Theodore Moreno and Virginia Anderson.

She was married to John Lucas .


bullet Laura Moreno was born on Dec 3 1852 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Parents: Francisco Moreno Jr. and Laura Amelie Bouny.


bullet Laura Justian Moreno was born on Jul 19 1857 in Pensacola, Florida. She died on May 12 1896. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Mentoria Gonzalez.

She was married to William F. Fordham. Children were: Ernestine Fordham.


bullet Louisa A. Moreno was born on May 9 1863 in Pensacola, Florida. She died in 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 Owen J. H. Summers.


bullet Louise Moreno was born on May 3 1856 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Parents: Francisco Moreno Jr. and Laura Amelie Bouny.


bullet Lutheree Gilmore Moreno (Private). Parents: Stephen Russell Mallory Moreno and Lutheree Gilmore.


bulletMansfield Moreno was born on Jul 23 1863. He died on Nov 9 1934 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. He was buried about Nov 12 1934 in St. John's, Pensacola, Florida. He was christened. Parents: James Nicholas Moreno and Clara Dorr.


bullet Margaret Moreno was born in 1861 in Pensacola, Florida. She died in 1930. 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 W. H. Hunt.


bullet Margaret Lopez Moreno Photo was born on Feb 16 1885 in Bluff Springs, Florida. She died on Mar 3 1932. She was christened. She was buried in Elmwood Cemetery, Birmingham, Alabama. Parents: Cameron Anderson Moreno Sr. and Seana Barkley Crary .

She was married to James Tunstall Bryars on Dec 24 1905 in Mobile, Alabama. Children were: Reba Cameron Bryars, Seana May Bryars, Cornelia Randolph Bryars, Frank Mallory Bryars , Albert Moreno Bryars, Margaret Cecelia Bryars, Tunstall Savage Bryars, Mary Elizabeth Bryars, Cameron Anderson Moreno .


bullet Margaret Pearl Moreno Photo was born on Oct 26 1859 in Pensacola, Florida. She died on May 2 1958. She was buried in St. John's Cemetery, Pensacola, Florida. Parents: don Francisco Moreno and Mentoria Gonzalez.

She was married to Octavius H. Smith Sr. on Feb 5 1880 in Pensacola, Escambia, Florida. Children were: Isla Smith, Avis Smith, F. Rust Smith, Octavius A. Smith, Cecil Ellsworth Smith.


bullet Margarita Moreno Parents: Stephen Anastasius Moreno and Fannnie de Roulhac. Parents: Stephen (Esteban) Moreno and Fannnie de Roulhac .


bullet Marie Moreno was born on Sep 4 1859 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Parents: Francisco Moreno Jr. and Laura Amelie Bouny.


bullet Mary Cornelia Moreno Photo was born on Aug 28 1889 in Bluff Springs, Florida. She died on Jan 1 1976. She was christened. She was buried in Riverside Cem., Demopolis, Alabama. Parents: Cameron Anderson Moreno Sr. and Seana Barkley Crary .

She was married to Thomas Holmes Whitfield Sr. on Jul 2 1921 in Mobile, Alabama. Children were: Thomas Holmes Whitfield Jr., Nellie Regina Whitfield , Seana Elizabeth Whitfield, Jesse George Whitfield, Mary Cornelia Whitfield .


bullet Mary Kathryn Moreno (Private). Parents: Cameron Anderson Moreno Jr. and Mary Carol Harden.


bulletMason S. Moreno was born about 1866. Parents: Fernando Joaquin Moreno and Louisa Augusta Tatine.


bullet Mildred Moreno Called Minnie Parents: Theodore Moreno and Virginia Anderson.

She was married to Leon Sledge.

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