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Re: Descendants of Ignatious Flowers
Posted by: Brandon Flowers (ID *****8238) Date: July 19, 2010 at 14:57:12
In Reply to: Re: Descendants of Ignatious Flowers by John Parish of 3782

Lee or Leroy ended up living in Escambia & Okaloosa County. He had two sons John B and Albert that lived in Crestview, John and some of his family are buried in the Garden Of Memories cemetery there. I don't know where Albert ended up but his ex- wife Alice Barks is also buried in this cemetery along with a young son Jesse Paul. John paid for his father's funeral and burial and there is information on the website family search that says Leroy was buried in the St. John's cemetery located in Pensacola. This past week my wife and I were in Crestview and I drove down to Pensacola and walked the whole grounds of St. John's and couldn't find Leroy's grave, so he must be in an unmarked grave or his headstone is one of many that is no longer legible. I did see H.c. Flowers and his wife Pearl Lee Jennings grave and some of Henry Clay's childrens graves there also. I wonder if Henry was related to Leroy, John and Albert. When I read on the census that Abel was born in South Carolina I began to think that maybe these Flowers' families were members of another unrelated Flowers family but the lady on Roots Web says that Abel was a son of Goldsborough. Then there are other census records that have Abel saying he was born in North Carolina. Anyway, thanks for the follow up, it's very much appreciated. Best Regards, Brandon


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