Also known as: Leo
[From notes by Patricia Jean Canova:] Leon was an ambassador to Cuba and also possibly a special envoy to Mexico during the Mexican Revolution around 1914.
The following notes were recorded by "Leonard J. McCown" :
CHRISTENING: Roman Catholic Church Records, St. Augustine Parish Church, Florida, White Baptisms VI, 1861-1881, page 27, entry 1. Joseph Leo CAnova, born 20 February 1866. Baptized 6 March 1866. Legitimate child of Raymond Canova and Anita Mickler. Godparents: Michael Usina and Camilla Usina, his wife. Priest: Edmond Simon Aubril.
CENSUS: 1880 U.S. Census, St. Johns Co., Florida, Precinct No. 1, Dwelling and Family 214, 22 June 1880, page 117A. National Archives Microfilm T9, Reel 131. In the Household of Yulie R. Mickler: Canova, Leo, white, male, age 13. Nephew. Single. Born in Florida. Father born in Florida. Mother born in Florida.