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Posted by: Louis Caraballo (ID *****4963) Date: January 07, 2011 at 20:29:32
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When I am gone many Caraballo's will read this and since we are not on the Endangered human list and if we counted our numbers we could be a small country and also have been the Conquers of many civilizations. Also we have had a small turn in World History.

1498 Christopher Columbus landed in Venezuela there are many Caraballo’s in Venezula as of today.
1535 The Spanish conquistadors colonize the area of Venezuela
1528-1546 The King of Spain ( Charles I ) leased Venezuela to a German banking group to pay off his debts
1550 African slaves were shipped to Venezuela to work on plantations
1700s Spain combined Venezuela with neighboring territories into one large colony called the Viceroyalty of New Granada
The Viceroyalty of New Granada consisted of Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, and Panama
Venezuelan General Francisco Gabriel de Miranda (1750-1816) participated in major political events for more than three decades

1509
1509 - After the conquest, Pedro de Vera gave Sancho de Vargas Machuca, an inherited located in the valley of Agaldar, at a place called the Hill of Caraballo. According to the will made by such a distinguished gentleman, in 1509, where among other things
1509 - Terminada la conquista, Pedro de Vera dio a Sancho de Vargas y Machuca, un heredamiento situado en la vega de Agaldar, en un lugar denominado la Loma de Caraballo. Según el testamento otorgado por tan insigne caballero, en 1509, donde entre otras cosas

1515
Aug 15, 1515 - The founding of the population is attributed to the Spanish conquistador Diego Nicuesa, and occurred on August 15, 1515. Other times Macario Caraballo Villegas, retired Bank of the Republic recalls that the contracts were made and if an operator of salt to a aruñito he was hospitalized and being taken to Cartagena. Today, since I took Caribe Internacional do not give even a glass of water. Says they do not camp, that workers are paid

Aug 15, 1515 - La fundación de la población es atribuida al conquistador español Diego De Nicuesa, y ocurrió el 15 de agosto de 1515. Otros tiempos Macario Caraballo Villegas, jubilado del Banco de la República, recuerda que se hacían los contratos y si un explotador de sal se hacia un aruñito lo hospitalizaban y lo trasladaban a Cartagena. Hoy en día, desde que cogió Caribe Internacional no le dan ni un vaso de agua . Dice que no tienen campamento, que a los trabajadores les pagan con

Apr 1521
Apr 1521 - Part of going to school in the Philippines is learning Philippine History (and also, US History, believe it or not it was mandatory). Magellan's journey to circumnavigate the world ended for him in the Philippines after he tried to overcome a "macho" chieftain from Mactan Island, where he was killed. That was April 1521. His surviving 18 crew members completed the journey (they started with crew of 270). He was the first European to set foot on Philippine soil.
April 27, 1521 - sailed out there discovering new islands, cut some of its regulations to Christianity and obedience to the emperor, and committed to Magellan that the king of the island of Matan outcasts offered his rival that of Zebu, was killed fighting vigorously for one of the Indians to April 27, 1521. The crew then He chose this general successor to Juan Lopez Caraballo, Portuguese
Apr 27, 1521 - Navegaron por allí descubriendo nuevas islas, redujeron algunos de sus régulos al cristianismo y á la obediencia del emperador; y empeñado Magallánes en que el rey de la isla de Matan ofreciese parias á su rival el de Zebu, fué muerto peleando esforzadamente por uno de los indios á 27 de abril de 1521. La tripulacion elijió entonces por sucesor de este general á Juan Lopez Caraballo, portugués, pero le depuso luego de este mando por su mala conducta y en su lugar nombró á

1521
Feb 13, 1521 - Sailing north, he crossed the line on February 13th, 1521, reaching the Ladrones and Philippines in March of that year. His great desire for the religious advancement of the natives at Mac- tan, where he insisted on baptising one of the chiefs and his followers, terminating in a quarrel, resulted in the death of Magellan. The remainder of the expedition, under Caraballo, sailed for the Spice Islands, touching at Borneo and other islands of the
1522
1522 - The remainder of the ex- pedition, under Caraballo, sailed for the Spice Islands , touching at Borneo and other islands of the Archi- 3H THE ISLAND WORLD pelago; finally, making a station at one of the Mol- luccas. Here, one of the vessels, Victoria, was put in repair, provisioned and placed under command of Sebastian del Cano (Magellan's pilot), who continued the voyage, reaching Spain in 1522, after an absence of nearly three years. This is the first circumnaviga

1528
Apr 4, 1528 - 1. Spanish ship — On April 4, 1528, Pinfilo dc Narvaez landed at a place he called Santa Cruz (believed to be Sarasota Bay). He and his men went inland, leaving his four ships under the command of Lieutenant Caraballo, who was ordered to look for a harbor while they went on their expedition. Soon after, one of the ships was wrecked on the coast. Caraballo sailed up and down the coast for a year looking for Narvaez, but never found




1571
1571 - Manila was established as the capital and Pampanga was the first to be politically organized as a province. In fact, Manila and Pampanga formed the nucleus of the newly-established colony, with the rest of the discovered lands, including the earlier settlements in the south, relegated to mere outposts. That was in the year 1571. Pampanga's territory then extended beyond its present borders, even beyond the Caraballo Mountains in the north, well beyond where its language was ...
1572
1572 - Between the rambling peaks of the , Cordillera, and flows the longest and largest river in the —the Cagayan River. Long before Spanish conquistador de Salcedo landed in the area in , the waters of the ...Between the rambling peaks of the Sierra Madre, Cordillera, and Caraballo mountains flows the longest and largest river in the Philippines—the Cagayan River. Long before Spanish conquistador Don Juan de Salcedo landed in the area in 1572, the waters of the river already sustained many tribal settlements, one of which was the Ibanag, who named themselves after “Banag”, the native word for “river
Ferdinand Magellan (Portuguese: Fernão de Magalhães, pronounced [fɨɾˈnɐ̃w̃ ðɨ mɐɡɐˈʎɐ̃ȷ̃s]; Spanish: Fernando de Magallanes, pronounced [feɾˈnando ðe maɣaˈʎanes]; c. 1480 – April 27, 1521) was a Portuguese explorer. He was born in Sabrosa, in northern Portugal, but later obtained Spanish nationality in order to serve King Charles I of Spain in search of a westward route to the "Spice Islands" (modern Maluku Islands in Indonesia).
Magellan's expedition of 1519–1522 became the first expedition to sail from the Atlantic Ocean into the Pacific Ocean (then named "peaceful sea" by Magellan; the passage being made via the Strait of Magellan), and the first to cross the Pacific. It also completed the first circumnavigation of the Earth, although Magellan himself did not complete the entire voyage, being killed during the Battle of Mactan in the Philippines. (Magellan had, however, traveled eastwards to the Malay Peninsula on an earlier voyage, so he became one of the first explorers to cross all of the meridians of the globe.) Of the 237 men who set out on five ships, only 18 completed the circumnavigation and managed to return to Spain in 1522 I believe there was a Caraballo with Magellan,[1][2] led by the Basque Spaniard navigator Juan Sebastián Elcano, who took over command of the expedition after Magellan's death. Seventeen other men arrived later in Spain: twelve men captured by the Portuguese in Cape Verde some weeks earlier and between 1525 and 1527, and five survivors of the Trinidad.
1605 October 1605 - In October 1605, Osorio founded the town of San Juan Bautista de Bayaguana choosing the site that was considered most appropriate between Yabacao rivers, savannah and comatose. Bayaguana The first settlers were: Captain Luis Francisco Caraballo (alcalde ordinario) Diego de Guzman (alcalde ordinario) Pedro de Guadarrama Abansa (Ruler) of the Goths Farfán Bartolomé (Ruler) Miguel de Luzon (Ruler) Cristóbal Méndez de soto higher (scribe i public town hall Mar 5, 1615 - Charter Caraballo from Tidore Gaspar wrote to Governor Don Geronimo Je Silva on March 5, 1615. The Lordship received, and for her as I want to know the thing! of Lidor, what I have reached is feared by the Portuguese in what is undated, and another to say how Terrenate thwarted, that will make them Christians. This language goes on the common people that the main fear is fortified by the Dutch , and more to tell VS that



Oct 1605 - En octubre de 1605 funda Osorio el pueblo de San Juan Bautista de Bayaguana eligiendo el sitio que se considero más adecuado, entre los ríos Yabacao, Sabana y Comate. Los primeros pobladores de Bayaguana fueron: Capitán Francisco Luís Caraballo (alcalde ordinario) Diego de Guzmán (alcalde ordinario) Pedro de Guadarrama Abansa (Regidor) Bartolomé Farfán de los Godos (Regidor) Miguel de Luzón (Regidor) Cristóbal Méndez de soto mayor (escribano público i de cabildo
Mar 5, 1615 - Carta que escribió Gaspar Caraballo desde Tidore á el gobernador don Gerónimo Je Silva en 5 de marzo 1615. La de VS recibi, y por ella veo cuanto deseára saber las cosa! de los lidores; lo que tengo alcanzado es temerse de los portugueses de lo que le tienen fecho, y la otra es decir cómo se desbarataron los terrenates, que los harán á ellos cristianos. Este lenguaje anda en la gente baja, que los principales se fortifican por miedo de los holandeses, y mas digo á VS que con

1627
1627 - Criblées de cônes volcaniques éteints ou en activité, ces îles sont plus que notre vieille Europe soumises aux causes actives qui travaillent sans cesse à transformer l'écorce terrestre. Nulle part le mouvement des eaux et des matières ignées ne produit des commotions terrestres aussi fréquentes et aussi dangereuses. En 1627, c'est une des hauteurs du Caraballo qui s'effondre dans un gouffre immense.


1631
1631 - Viewing the Catholic King who had their roots here to order Imbi QEA Feliciano Caraballo, Captain Parayba, to cast them away, and 1C01 hico this year, and oy is incspunable captaincy and the force that has, for the castle to be defended and naturaleca offending by those who wish to enter through the narrow port Varra. The year of 1631 wanted the olan-taking be destabilizing force, but were offended della
1631 - Viendo el Rey Cathólico que se arraigaban aquí, imbió orden á Feliciano Qea de Caraballo, Capitán de la Parayba, para que los echase de allí, y se hico este año de 1C01, y oy es capitanía incspunable, así por la fuerca que tiene, como por estar el castillo defendido, y ofendiendo por naturaleca á los que quisieren entrar por la angosta varra del puerto. El año de 1631 quisieron los olan- deses tomar estar fuerca, pero fueron della ofendidos y

1696
July 12, 1696 - Frustrated with the seat of Marin Guzman, ajustóse other on July 12, 1696 with the Royal Company of Guinea established in Portugal, and represented in Madrid by his partner Manuel Ferreira de Caraballo, who won for six years and eight months the privilege of introducing this term paying ten thousand tons per one hundred and twelve and a half dollars, and computed at the rate of three pieces of Indias regular measurement of seven quarters, not being old or faulty
Jul 12, 1696 - Frustrado el asiento de Marín de Guzman, ajustóse otro en 12 de Julio de 1696 con la Real Compañia de Guinea establecida en Portugal, y representada en Madrid por su sócio Manuel Ferreira de Caraballo, quien obtuvo por seis años y ocho meses el privilegio de introducir en dicho término diez mil toneladas pagando por cada una ciento doce y medio pesos, y computándolas á razon de tres piezas de Indias de la medida regular de siete cuartas, no siendo viejas ni con defecto
1722
1722 - At this time, thanks to the initiative of Juan Francisco Caraballo Havana, Cuba is set to Parent Betlehemitas. They offered free education to poor children. The education of children and teenagers took power in 1722. Bishop Jerónimo Valdés founded the College of St. Basil the Great, in Santiago de Cuba. The educational career of the Society of Jesus, also began that year with his arrival in Havana.








1722 - Por esa época, gracias a la iniciativa del habanero Juan Francisco Caraballo, se establecen en Cuba los Padres Betlehemitas. Estos ofrecieron instrucción gratuita a niños pobres. La educación de infantes y jóvenes tomó fuerza en 1722. El Obispo Jerónimo Valdés funda el Colegio de San Basilio el Magno, en Santiago de Cuba. La trayectoria educativa de la Compañía de Jesús, también comenzó en ese año con su llegada a la Habana.

1744
1744 - Nicolas Godoy and his wife Maria Valdez. baptize his daughter Jane Frances on October 22, 1744, with sponsors and Pascuala Estovan Cáceres Martínez, wife of Simon de Caraballo.
1744 - Nicolás Godoy y su esposa María Valdez. bautizan á su hija Juana Francisca el 22 de Octubro de 1744, siendo padrinos Estovan de Cáceres y Pascuala Martínez, esposa de Simón de Caraballo.

1749
1749 - Father Quiroga of the Society of Jesus in 1749, did not mention it contains a Mirí Palmar at the height of Caraballo, being south of R Pos pos.
1749 - El Padre Quiroga de la Compañía de Jesús en 1749, no lo menciona, figura un Palmar Mirí a la altura del Caraballo, por estar al Sur de R Pos pos.
1784
1784 - After the Spanish returned in 1784, Jose Coruna, a Canary Islander with his family, and Tomas Caraballo, and assistant surgeon, occupied the house.
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1789
1789 - The current sanctuary building was begun by Father Ambrose Caraballo, in 1789 and was completed by Father Juan de Jesús Fabián Ayala. Later it was repaired several times.
1789 - El Santuario actual fue comenzado a construir por el Padre Ambrosio Caraballo, en 1789, y fue terminado por el Padre Juan de Jesús Fabián y Ayala. Posteriormente ha sido reparado en varias ocasiones.
1796
1796 - Some versions, including the Don James Galindo, referred to as the mother of Alejandro Colindres, but the ages and what she said makes it clear that they were brothers. Alejandro Colindres's mother named Ana Caraballo. In the following excerpt from the statement of Maria Colindres, in 1796, when he was 61 years, refers to the finding, a Saturday, and miracles of the Virgin
1796 - Algunas versiones, incluyendo la don Jacobo Galindo, la mencionan como la madre de Alejandro Colindres, pero las edades y lo que ella declaró deja claro que eran hermanos. La madre de Alejandro Colindres se llamaba Ana Caraballo. En el siguiente fragmento de la declaración de María Colindres, en 1796, cuando tenía 61 años, hace alusión al hallazgo, un día sábado, ya los milagros de la Virgen
1800
1800 - The opening ceremony was held at the stadium Antonio Caraballo de Cariaco with the participation of 1,800 students of jurisdiction. Juan Pablo Rojas Paul, Estanislao Rondón, Newfoundland, Creating Pantone, Raymond Centeno, Santa Cruz, Fe y Alegría, the cord and the Center for Rural Education (NER) 355 were the schools that encouraged the parade. The events were chaired by Judith De Jimenez, head of the school township number three.
1800 - La ceremonia de apertura se efectuó en el estadio Antonio Caraballo de Cariaco con la participación de 1.800 estudiantes de la jurisdicción. Juan Pablo Rojas Paúl, Estanislao Rondón, Terranova, Creación Pantoño, Raimundo Centeno, Santa Cruz, Fe y Alegría, El Cordón y el Núcleo de Educación Rural (NER) 355 fueron los planteles que animaron el desfile. Los actos estuvieron presididos por Judith De Jiménez, jefa del municipio escolar número tres.
1823
Dec 24, 1823 - But also collapsed the roof of it, not having the devotees hope to see rebuilt, by decree of Lord Vicar that harmony with the dignity of Prior dispatches issues chapels, preceded reports and heard the Prosecutor, committee gave the Vicar of the town on December 24, 1823 ordering the work and rebuilding of the chapel of San Roque with the handouts and the lease of the olive groves of Santa Lucia, Don Laureano Angulo
Dec 24, 1823 - Pero hundido también el techo de ésta, no teniendo ya los devotos esperanza de verla reedificada, por decreto de¡ Señor Provisor que por concordia con la dignidad del Prior despacha los asuntos de ermitas, precedidos informes y oído el Fiscal, dio comisión al Vicario de esta Villa el 24 de diciembre de 1823 encargando la obra y reedificación de esta ermita de San Roque con las limosnas y con el arrendamiento de los olivares de Santa Lucía, a Don Laureano Angulo


1827
Jan 13, 1827 - About Mrs Valery S. Rafael Romualda in his book The Nomenclature Caraqueña tells us that on the occasion of the banquet offered by the Libertador Municipality on 13 January 1827, the daughter of Romualdo, the girl Maria de la Paz Caraballo Ruby, then ten years, gave him a "funny speech "and offered him a crown and a palm bay
Jan 13, 1827 - Sobre la señora Romualda Rafael Valery S. en su libro La Nomenclatura Caraqueña nos cuenta que en ocasión del banquete ofrecido por la Municipalidad al Libertador el 13 de enero de 1827, la hija de Romualda, la niña María de la Paz Caraballo Rubí, entonces de diez años, le dirigió una “graciosa alocución” y le ofreció una corona y una palma de laurel
1851
1851 - A mid-19th century township's population now Cross Country settled in the place and went to the livestock economy. In 1851 the brothers Domingo and Manuel Caraballo human settlement located it later baptized as Candelaria.
1851 - A mediados del siglo 19 población del hoy municipio de Campo de la Cruz se radicó en el lugar y se dedicó a la economía ganadera. En el año 1851 los hermanos Domingo y Manuel Caraballo localizaron éste asentamiento humano que más tarde bautizarían como Candelaria.
1857
1857 - however, chose to permanently settle in the town of San Nicolas de los Arroyos, where he married in 1857 to Dona Paula Caraballo and Burgos, born in the party of Rojas of Buenos Aires Province. It was there where he was born John Amadeo, which eventually would continue in his father's military career, which would add a naturalist and writer
1857 - No obstante, eligió radicarse en forma definitiva en el pueblo de San Nicolás de los Arroyos, donde contrajo matrimonio en 1857 con doña Paula Caraballo y Burgos , nacida en el partido de Rojas de la Provincia de Buenos Aires. Fue allí donde nació Juan Amadeo, que con el tiempo continuaría de carrera militar de su padre, a la que añadiría la de naturalista y escritor.
1863
April 16, 1863 - (1) We declare Lieutenant Colonel Don Clemente Hunt-ers, who Machín not formed in the group embarked on the night of April 16, 1863. Then the group was formed by General Don Venancio Flores, Colonel Don Francisco Caraballo and assistant declarer and Silvestre Farias, only four who landed on April 19 in the Rincon de las Gallinas. Editor Nola. National Assembly has been surprised by the unwarranted invasion
Apr 16, 1863 - (1) Nos declara el señor Teniente Coronel Don Clemente Cace- res, que Machín no formó en el grupo que se embarcó en la noche del 16 de Abril de 1863. Pues dicho grupo lo formaron el general Don Venancio Flores, el coronel Don Francisco Caraballo y como asistente el declarante y Silvestre Farías, únicos cuatro que desembarcaron el 19 de Abril en el Rincón de las Gallinas. Ñola del Editor. blea Nacional ha sido sorprendida por la injustificable invasión con que don

1865
February 21, 1865 - Appointed Colonel D. Francisco Caraballo, military commander of the square of Montevideo, it was received on February 21, 1865. 22, General Flores did prohibit the use dela currency, to all individuals who did not belong to the revolutionary forces, and later was banned by the army itself. On 22 issued several
Feb 21, 1865 - Nombrado el coronel D. Francisco Caraballo, comandante militar de la plaza de Montevideo, se recibió de ella el 21 de Febrero de 1865. El 22, el General Flores hizo prohibir el uso dela divisa, á todos los individuos que no perteneciesen á las fuerzas revolucionarias, y mas tarde la prohibió al mismo ejército. El 22 expidió varios decretos reponiendo en sus empleos á varios individuos] de los que antes los habian servido, nombrando GefesPoliticos
1868
1868 - In 1868, Perez was Max who made the revolution the government, because it extended the legal tender, and Maximo Perez was defeated by the government army commanded by General Caraballo.
1868 - En 1868, era Máximo Pérez quien hacía la revolución al Gobierno, porque no prorrogaba el curso forzoso; y Máximo Pérez era vencido por el ejército del Gobierno acaudillado por el General Caraballo.
1851
1851 - A mid-19th century township's population now Cross Country settled in the place and went to the livestock economy. In 1851 the brothers Domingo and Manuel Caraballo human settlement located it later baptized as Candelaria.
1851 - A mediados del siglo 19 población del hoy municipio de Campo de la Cruz se radicó en el lugar y se dedicó a la economía ganadera. En el año 1851 los hermanos Domingo y Manuel Caraballo localizaron éste asentamiento humano que más tarde bautizarían como Candelaria.
1863
April 16, 1863 - (1) We declare Lieutenant Colonel Don Clemente Hunt-ers, who Machín not formed in the group embarked on the night of April 16, 1863. Then the group was formed by General Don Venancio Flores, Colonel Don Francisco Caraballo and assistant declarer and Silvestre Farias, only four who landed on April 19 in the Rincon de las Gallinas. Editor Nola. National Assembly has been surprised by the unwarranted invasion that
Apr 16, 1863 - (1) Nos declara el señor Teniente Coronel Don Clemente Cace- res, que Machín no formó en el grupo que se embarcó en la noche del 16 de Abril de 1863. Pues dicho grupo lo formaron el general Don Venancio Flores, el coronel Don Francisco Caraballo y como asistente el declarante y Silvestre Farías, únicos cuatro que desembarcaron el 19 de Abril en el Rincón de las Gallinas. Ñola del Editor. blea Nacional ha sido sorprendida por la injustificable invasión con que

1865
February 21, 1865 - Appointed Colonel D. Francisco Caraballo, military commander of the square of Montevideo, it was received on February 21, 1865. 22, General Flores did prohibit the use dela currency, to all individuals who did not belong to the revolutionary forces, and later was banned by the army itself. On 22 issued several decrees replenishing their jobs to several individuals] of that formerly had served, naming GefesPoliticos
Feb 21, 1865 - Nombrado el coronel D. Francisco Caraballo, comandante militar de la plaza de Montevideo, se recibió de ella el 21 de Febrero de 1865. El 22, el General Flores hizo prohibir el uso dela divisa, á todos los individuos que no perteneciesen á las fuerzas revolucionarias, y mas tarde la prohibió al mismo ejército. El 22 expidió varios decretos reponiendo en sus empleos á varios individuos] de los que antes los habian servido, nombrando GefesPoliticos
1868
1868 - In 1868, Perez was Max who made the revolution the government, because it extended the legal tender, and Maximo Perez was defeated by the government army commanded by General Caraballo.
1868 - En 1868, era Máximo Pérez quien hacía la revolución al Gobierno, porque no prorrogaba el curso forzoso; y Máximo Pérez era vencido por el ejército del Gobierno acaudillado por el General Caraballo.
I am still working on this but, I have always known that our Family has stirred up some Controversy all over the big blue marble we call Mother Earth.
Nunez, Hernandez,Del Rio,Torres


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