Facts and Events
||, Santa Cruz, Teneriffe, Canary Islands, Spain
||, Realexo, , Canary Islands, Spain
||10 JUL 1778
||on boat Santisimo Sacramento, Santa Cruz, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain
||15 OCT 1778
||, , Canary Islands, ,
||New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United StatesCharity Hospital
||St. Louis Cem #1, New Orleans, , Louisiana,
||24 SEP 1799
||New Orleans, Orleans, Louisiana, United States
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Sacramental Records of the Roman Catholic Church of the Archdiocese of New Orleans. (New Orleans, Louisiana: Archdiocese of New Orleans, 1987-), SLC, F4, 79 (vol 6, pg.138).
name listed as Gonzales-Cavo. Son of Domingo and Maria [o]. Native of Realexo in the Canary Islands, resident of Galveztown in this province. 42 yrs, sp. Maris Dias, also resident Galveztown.
- ↑ Din, Gilbert C. The Canary Islanders of Louisiana. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1988), p. 209, Passenger List.
Maria Candelaria, wife
- ↑ Villeré, Sidney Louis. The Canary Islands Migration to Louisiana, 1778-1783: The History and Passenger Lists of the Isleños Volunteer Recruits and Their Families. (Baltimore, Maryland: Genealogical Publishing Co., 1972, c1971), p. 36.
Recruits and their families who embarked on Oct 15, 1778 on board "La Victoria":
sister Catgalina Gonzales
- ↑ Record search for Jose Gonzales in St. Louis Cemetery Number 1 yielded:
from The Historic New Orleans Collection and the William Research Center, copy of an index card prepared by The Works Progress Administration project identifying visually the names/dates on tombs in several cemeteries in New Orleans:
"St. Louis #1. GONZALES, Jose, Native of Canary Isles, Husband of Maria Dias, Native of Galestown (sic), Son of Domingo Gonzales and Maria (---). Died Sept. 24, 1799, Age 42 yrs."
The WPA's project began in 1938 and once the index cards were completed, they were microfilmed and placed at the New Orleans Public Library. Over the years, other institutions like THNOC obtained microfilm copies. These index cards do not state which square or the location of the tomb. It is possible Jose was interred with a society tomb or with other family members or even friends. The cards do not go into detail.
A search under the Cabos family name showed there were no mentions of Cabo in St. Louis Cemetery #1 but a Cabos Family in St. Louis Cemetery #1. There were no mentions of Jose, Joseph, or Gonzales Y Cabos in the Cabos family search.