Frederick FLOWERS Dies at Mt. Union
Mr. Frederick FLOWERS, 80, died at his home in Mount Union Friday after a
lingering illness of six months.
Mr. Flowers was a civil war veteran, having been a member of Company B,
Fifth Regiment, W. Va. volunteers and served at through the war. He has been
blind for 14 years.
He leaves ten children, six boys and four girls. They are, Albert FLOWERS,
of Charleston, Ambrose and William FLOWERS of Walnut Hills, and John and
Bird FLOWERS of Huntington, Miss Fanny FLOWERS of Mount Union, Mrs. Mary
Roberts of Bulah Heights, Mrs. Emma Rosy and Mrs. Anna Collins of
Huntington. -The Huntington Advertiser, Saturday Evening, March 22, 1924
FLOWERS, Frederick —
Frederick FLOWERS, 81, of Mount Union, died Friday after an illness of six
months. He was a Civil War veteran, having been a member of company B, Fifth
regiment of West Virginia Volunteers.
He is survived by ten children, twenty-three grandchildren, and fifteen
great-grandchildren, two brothers and three sisters.
The children are: Robert, Ambrose, Phillip, and William FLOWERS of Walnut
Hills. John and Bird FLOWERS of Huntington; Fanny, Mary, Emma Ray and Anna,
Funeral services will be held at Mount Union at 11 o'clock Sunday morning.
The Rev. Osie Pyles will conduct the services. Interment will be made in the
family cemetery at Mount Union. -The Huntington Herald-Dispatch, Sunday
Morning, March 23, 1924
FLOWERS, George W.
AGED VETERAN DIES
George W. Flowers Succumbed
Sunday After Brief Illness of Heart Trouble. - An aged veteran, George W.
Flowers, answered "taps" Sunday, at his home 94 West Second street. He was
72 years old, and had been a resident of Huntington for many years. He was
born in Virginia and fought through the Civil War.
A wife survives. The funeral arrangements have not been announced. He was a
victim of heart trouble. -The Herald-Dispatch, May 7, 1912 Civil War
FLOYD, John H. —
John H. Floyd, 77 died at his home in Guyandotte,
yesterday after a long illness. He was a veteran of the Civil War having
fought throughout the period of our years with the Union Army. After the war
he settled on his farm near Seven-Mile and lived there until two years ago
when he moved to Huntington.
Funeral services will be held from the Guyandotte Methodist Episcopal Church
this afternoon at 1 o'clock and burial will be made in the Kyle cemetery,
Rev. C. D. Laar, pastor of this church, will conduct this services.
He is survived by his widow, two daughters, Mrs. James Wall, Barboursville
and Mrs. H. Bias of Huntington: three sons, Finley Floyd of Huntington, and
Allen and Patrick of Seven-Mile. -The Herald-Dispatch, Thursday December
28, 1922 Civil War Index