Also known as: Ramon
The following notes were recorded by "Leonard J. McCown" :
CHRISTENING: Roman Catholic Church Records, St. Augustine Parish Church, Florida, White Baptisms IV, 1816-1838, page 406, entry 654. Raymondo Bartholome Canobas, born 14 November 1832. Baptized 3 December 1832. Son of Antonio Canobas and Margarita Pons, married couple of this parish. Godparents: Bartolome Pacetti and Michaella Triay. Priest: Julio Francisco Massip.
MARRIAGE: Roman Catholic Church Records, St. Augustine Parish, Florida, White Marriages III, 1836- 1882, page 42. Raymond Canova and Anita Mickler were married 2 June 1853. Priest: Edmond Simon Aubril. Parents and witnesses not stated.
CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Census, St. Johns Co., Florida. 22nd Division, Post Office, St. Augustine, Dwelling and Family 194, 26 June 1860, page 628. National Archives Microfilm M653, Roll 109. Ramon canova, age 27, male, white. Clerk. Born in Florida. Annita Canova, age 27, female, white. Born in Florida. Louis Canova, age 6, male, white. Born in Florida. Ramon Canova, age 9/12, male, white. Born in Florida.
CENSUS: 1870 U.S. Census, St. Johns Co., Florida, Sampson, outside St. Augustine, Post Office, St. Augustine, Dwelling 148, Family 154, 3 August 1870, page 604B. National Archives Microfilm M593, Roll 133. Ramon Canova, age 38, male, white. Farmer. Value of Real Estate, $1550. Value of Personal Estate, $100. Born in Florida. Male citizen over 21 years of age. Anita Canova, age 38, female, white. Keeping House. Born in Florida. Louis Canova, age 16, male, white. At Home. Born in Florida. Antonio Canova, age 9, male, white. At Home. Born in Florida. Leo Canova, age 5, male, white. At Home. Born in Florida Sula Canova, age 3, female, white. At Home. Born in Florida.
DEATH: Roman Catholic Church Records, St. Augustine Parish Church, Florida, Deaths II, 1809-1882, page 170, entry 4. Raymond M. Canova died 29 March 1872. Spouse of Anna Mickler. Buried in Parish Cemetery, day not stated. Priest: H.W. Duffie.
[According to recollections by Louie Clarence Canova III (lcc3@@msn.com)]:
After his drowning, the family lost their home in which they lived, which may have been the oldest house in Saint Augustine, Florida.