Joseph Pablo (1833-1905) was a native of Spain and an 1848 immigrant. Circa 1864, he married Anna Sanz (1850-1911), an 1851 Spanish immigrant. It appears that this couple married at New Orleans circa 1864 and had eight children born at New Orleans before 1900 of which six were living at this time: Josephine Pablo (1868-1938); Joseph Pablo (1869-1932?) m. Amelia Campos (1877-1919); Michael Pablo (1872-1904); Richard Pablo (1882-1902); John Pablo (1884-1947); Angel or Agnes (1888-1902); and Clarence Joseph Pablo (1904-1908).
Josephine Pablo(1868-1938) was born at New Orleans on December 5, 1868. She never married and expired at 418 Copp Street, her residence in Biloxi, on March 11, 1938.
Joseph Pablo (1869-1932?) was born at New Orleans on August 20, 1869. He married Amelia Campos (1877-1919), the daughter of Bernardo Campos (1842-1892) and Marie L. Morano (1851-1917). Their children were Noreta Lucile Pablo (1901-1994) m. Philip P. Dellinger and Earl ‘Blackie’ Pablo (1910-1985) m. Madeline Borries (1912-1999).
Noreta Lucile Pablo (1901-1994) married Philip Paul Dellenger (1899-1979) in Harrison County, Mississippi on July 27, 1921. Their children were: Noreta L. Dellenger (1922-2009) m. Jack V. Besst; Philip P. Dellenger Jr. (1924-2009) m. Edith Jane Kennedy (1924-2012); Leonard Dellenger (b. 1927); Kenneth M. Dellenger Sr. (1929-2009) m. Joy Wyndham (1930-1993); Stanley C. Dellenger (b. 1932) m. Mary Evelyn Anglada.
Joseph Pablo may have become ill, as there is a 'Joe Pablo' in the 1930 Federal Census similar to Joseph Pablo of Biloxi domiciled as a patient and orderly at the US Marine Hospital in Carville, Iberville Parish, Louisiana. He died here on December 29, 1932.(1930 Iberville Parish, Louisiana Federal Census R795, p. 1B, ED 15)
Michael 'Mike' Pablo(1872-1904) was born at New Orleans in January 1872. He came to Biloxi with his family circa 1889. Mike Pablo after an illness of several weeks died on October 20, 1904 at the age of 32 years and 9 months. His funeral was from the family home at 435 East Howard Avenue.(The Biloxi Daily Herald, October 21, 1904, p. 5)
Richard Pablo (1882-1902) was born at New Orleans on July 14, 1882. On August 19, 1902, he was found dead at his home on Howard Avenue. Richard passed from heart failure believed to have been cuased by a bout with typhoid fever.(The Biloxi Daily Herald, August 19, 1902, p. 6)
John Pablo (1884-1947) was born at New Orleans on September 19, 1884. He made his livelihood in Biloxi as a sign painter and artist. John never married and lived with Josephine Pablo, his spinster sister, at 418 Copp Street. Mr. Pablo passed on February 25, 1947 and his corporal remains were interred in the Biloxi Cemetery by the O'Keefe Parlors after services at Nativity B.V.M Catholic Church. John was a member of the Woodmen of the World and was survived by Noreta L. Dellinger, a niece, and Earl Pablo, a nephew.(The Daily Herald, February 26, 1947, p. 5)
Clarence J. Pablo
Clarence Joseph Pablo (1904-1908) was born at Biloxi, Mississippi in 1904. He expired in his childhood on November 21, 1908. The funeral was held at the residence of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pablo, at 407 West Water Street.(The Biloxi Daily Herald, November 21, 1908)
The Biloxi Daily Herald, “City News”, April 26, 1900.
The Biloxi Daily Herald, “City News”, July 18, 1902.
The Biloxi Daily Herald, “City News”, July 19, 1902.
The Biloxi Daily Herald, “Found dead”, August 19, 1902.
The Biloxi Daily Herald, “Necrology-Joseph Pablo Sr.”, March 28, 1905.
The Biloxi Daily Herald, “Generous Officers”, June 24, 1905.
The Biloxi Daily Herald, “Clarence Joseph Pablo”, November 21, 1908.
The Daily Herald, “Mrs. Anna Pablo”, December 23, 1911.
The Daily Herald, “Emily Compas [sic]”, January 6, 1919.
The Daily Herald, “Miss Pablo dies”, March 11, 1938.
The Daily Herald, “John Pablo dies”, February 26, 1947.
The Sun Herald, “Noreta Lucile Dellenger”, October 14, 1994.
The Sun Herald, “Philip Paul Dellenger”, June 29, 2009.
The Sun Herald, “Kenneth M. Dellenger Sr.”, July 12, 2009.
The Sun Herald, “Edith K. Dellenger”, November 26, 2012.
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