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Re: Will of Ignatious Flowers
Posted by: Donna Skipper (ID *****6341) Date: July 23, 2011 at 13:09:54
In Reply to: Re: Will of Ignatious Flowers by John Parish of 3782

Hello John glad to see you on genforum again.
This is just a tree that someone summited to LSD, just like rootsweb or ancestry you have to verify the information or tree that was summited. There are a few problems with this tree:
father died 1743, mother died 1742 but 2 children were born after they died. Richard born 1745, Edward born 1746
There is not an Edgecomb county in Maryland its in North Carolina.
The Edward Flowers listed that died in 1775 is probably the Edward Flowers from Virginia that moved to Edgecomb NC and died there leaving a will in 1775.This Edward had sons that moved to Bladen (part that became Robeson)
The decendants of Uriah are the ones that say that "Ignatius Flowers was born of English parentage in Maryland" this could be true but I don't think anyone has be able to prove it yet.
There was an Edward Goldsborough that I think was the same one that was part of the Goldsborough's of Maryland in Dobbs county in the mid 1700's when Ignatious was living there, but I haven't been able to find out anything about him.

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