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William Brown Flowers

Birth1798 - Muddy Creek, Williamsburg, South Carolina, United States
Death1865 - Muddy Creek, Williamsburg, South Carolina, United States
MotherNancy Brown
FatherHarmon Flowers

Born in Muddy Creek, Williamsburg, South Carolina, United States on 1798 to Harmon Flowers and Nancy Brown. William Brown Flowers married Catherine Flowers and had 7 children. He passed away on 1865 in Muddy Creek, Williamsburg, South Carolina, United States.

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Parents
Harmon Flowers
1740 - 1839
Nancy Brown
1755 - 1852
Spouse(s)
Catherine Flowers
1800 - 1862
Jane J Cooper
1835 - 1869
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William Brown Flowers
1828 - 1910
James John Flowers
1842 - 1889
Eliza Flowers
1815 - Unknown
Martha A. Flowers
1836 - Unknown

Samuel Henry Flowers
1865 - 1926
Ella Olivia Flowers
1865 - 1885
Nancy L Flowers
1838 - Unknown

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