[SStandley.FTW]spouse: Hardee, Carrie Delta (1872 - 1965)
Benjamin Flowers was a blacksmith.
[SStandley.FTW]spouse: Standley, Martha (~1780 - 1859)
Charles Flowers was a private in Capt. Shadrack Standley's Co. of MajorAmos Windham's Darlington Co Reg. of Militia in 1798. (Pioneers ofWiregrass Ga., page 302 # 1153)
It is thought that Charles Flowers was born in Robeson Co., N.C. (noproof) He apparently moved from Darlington S.C. where he married MarthaStandley to Edgefield S.C. for awhile.(the likely place of the birth ofhis first son John in 1800). Within a year or two he migrated first toMontgomery Co., Ga. and then on to Liberty Co., Ga., where he settled,and where most or all of his other children were born.
Charles and Martha Flowers were members of Beard's Creek BaptistChurch in Tattnall Co. from 1808 until Jones Creek Baptist Church wasfounded.
Charles Flowers was a farmer, and owned a farm or plantation inLiberty Co., Ga. He also helped found Jones Creek Baptist Church and GumBranch Baptist Church. When he died in 1841 he was burried in the familycemetery on his plantation.
During the War of 1812, Charles Flowers was a private in Capt. JohnWinn's Co., 2nd Reg., Georgia Militia from Jan. 18 to Feb. 26, 1815.
Charles Flowers Sr's children were born between 1799-1815. Most ofthem remained in Liberty Co., Ga., but a couple of them moved to Fl orother counties in Ga.
Book M, page 9, Liberty Co.
I, Charles Flowers Senr. of Liberty Co. do grant my beloved wifeMartha Flowers the following property; viz; a bed, bedstead, andfurniture belonging to me, two trunks and the ready money which I have onhand, my stock of hogs and notes I hold against Jas. H. Smith and L.Harington and the crops growing on my premises. I also appoint her sonShadrack Flowers to take care of the above property for her. 15 June1841 Witness; George W. Parker, Needham Branch, Hendley F. Horn
[SStandley.FTW]spouse: Hires, Sevica (Lavicy) (1813 - )
Charles Flower's Jr. was a Baptist Minister. He settled in the Bayviewarea of Liberty Co., Ga.
[RHParker.FTW]spouse: Parker, Richard Hall (1801 - 1863)
Hannah F.Parker was baptized Sept. 26, 1832 and was a member of JonesCreek Baptist Church.[SStandley.FTW]
Hannah F.Parker was baptized Sept. 26, 1832 and was a member of JonesCreek Baptist Church.
[SStandley.FTW]spouse: Surrency, Clementine (1835 - )
Jacob Flowers was in the 25th Infantry Co. "F". Promoted to Corporal 11May 1862. Furloughed on 15 Dec. 1864.
[SStandley.FTW]spouse: Standley, Mariah (~1820 - )
In the 1850 Alachua Co., Fl., census, 14th division, the Isiah Floydfamily was enumerated as follows: Floyd, Isiah 35, Wheelwright, bornGa.>>Maria, 30, born Ga., Florida A. 8, born Fl.>>Madison R., 5, bornFl.>>John C., 1, born Fl.
[Alachua3.GED]spouse: Hague, Edna (*1897 - )
MARRIAGE: Source Alachua FL Marriage records Book I, p159 , age of Groom26, age of Bride 19