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966 - 1070 966 - 1070
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1031 - 1083 1031 - 1083
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1312 - 1332 1312 - 1332
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Feb 13, 1903 - Nov 1969 1903 - 1969
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Oct 30, 1918 - Oct 20, 1991 1918 - 1991
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Nov 11, 1927 - Apr 25, 2008 1927 - 2008
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Sep 21, 1916 - Sep 1986 1916 - 1986
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Apr 3, 1916 - Aug 5, 1994 1916 - 1994
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Apr 7, 1903 - Oct 8, 1996 1903 - 1996
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Feb 10, 1916 - Aug 6, 2005 1916 - 2005
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Aug 5, 1906 - Feb 1994 1906 - 1994
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Nov 17, 1936 - Oct 16, 1996 1936 - 1996
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Apr 15, 1928 - Sep 28, 2005 1928 - 2005
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Jun 27, 1936 - Sep 2, 2005 1936 - 2005
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Oct 5, 1914 - Jun 1976 1914 - 1976
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Jun 6, 1904 - Aug 1970 1904 - 1970
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Dec 3, 1911 - Aug 7, 1999 1911 - 1999
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Sep 28, 1898 - Jun 1973 1898 - 1973
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Aug 12, 1909 - Jul 7, 2000 1909 - 2000
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c. 1937 - Unknown 1937 - ?
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c. 1881 - Jul 10, 1946 1881 - 1946
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1879 - 1946 1879 - 1946
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c. 1913 - Unknown 1913 - ?

Flanders Death Records & Life Expectancy

The average age of a Flanders family member is 71.8 years old according to our database of 3,694 people with the last name Flanders that have a birth and death date listed.

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71.8 years

Oldest Flanderses

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1476 - 1593 1476 - 1593
117 years
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Jan 8, 1894 - Sep 23, 2002 1894 - 2002
108 years
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Mar 26, 1897 - Oct 6, 2000 1897 - 2000
103 years
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966 - 1070 966 - 1070
104 years
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May 18, 1893 - May 1996 1893 - 1996
102 years
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Mar 27, 1895 - Nov 19, 1997 1895 - 1997
102 years
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Apr 13, 1880 - Aug 1982 1880 - 1982
102 years
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Jan 9, 1906 - Aug 9, 2008 1906 - 2008
102 years
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Jun 17, 1910 - May 9, 2011 1910 - 2011
100 years
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Apr 9, 1895 - Oct 4, 1995 1895 - 1995
100 years

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Bev Gillihan
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Origin of the Surname Flanders:
Locality. A name given to a native of Flanders, a County or Earldom of the Low Countries, or Netherlands. It took its name either from Flandrina, the wife of Liderick II., Prince of Buc, or from Flambert, the nephew of Clodion, King of France.

1. Immigrant Steven FLANDERS
b. About 1595 Dutch Netherlands
d. June 27, 1684, Salisbury, Ma.
Spouse; Jane SANDUSKY "Indian Princess"
b. About 1624. Maine or Mass.
d. Nov. 19, 1683, Salisbury, Ma.
Steven 2 FLANDERS
b. March 8, 1646, Salisbury, Ma.
d. April, 1689, Salisbury, Ma.
Spouse; Abigail CARTER
b. January 10, 1649, Salisbury, Ma.
d. Sept. 10, 1676, Salisbury, Ma.
Phillip 3 FLANDERS
b. January 8, 1681-1682, Salisbury, Ma.
d. After, 1755, Salisbury, Ma.
Spouse; Joanaa SMITH
b. May 22, 1686, Salisbury, Ma.
d. Unknown, New Hampshire
Richard 4 FLANDERS
b. April 6, 1725, Salisbury, Ma.
d. After 1776, Concord, New Hampshire
Spouse; Mary Fowler
b. Nov. 13, 1724, New Hampshire
d. Unknown
Abner 5 FLANDERS
b. Nov. 18, 1754, Salisbury, Ma.
d. Nov. 26, 1843, New Hampshire
Spouse; Sarah CHANDLER
b. Dec. 15, 1756, Concord, NH.
d. Sept. 26, 1840, New Hampshire
Abner 6 FLANDERS
b. 1790, Concord, New Hampshire
d. June 2, 1879, Equality, Gallatin Co. Illinois
Spouse; Deborah HILL
b. 1794
Charles G. 7 FLANDERS
b. 1828, Equality, Gallatin Co. IL.
d. 1879, Equality, Gallatin Co. Il.
Spouse; Sarah HARGRAVE
b. 1834, Illinois
d. Abt. 1900 Equality, Gallatin Co. IL.
Oscar 8 Peabody FLANDERS
b. Aug. 1860, Equality, Illinois
d. Abt. 1930, Equality, Illinois
Spouse; Lucy MCCLAIN
b. Abt. 1863, Illinois
d. Before 1890, Illinois
Frank 9 FLANDERS
b. Feb. 1887, Equality, Illinois
d. 1947, Seattle, WA.
Spouse; Oline Gjermunds Datter Lien
b. March 25, 1885, Norway
d. Feb 17, 1953, Seattle WA.
Opal 10 Audrey FLANDERS
b. Aug 12, 1916, Canada
Living
Spouse; Leslie Ray HILL
b. 1916
Beverley 11 Audrey HILL
Spouse; Gordon G. GILLIHAN
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BENJAMIN FRANKLIN FLANDERS; Born in Bristol, New Hampshire, January 26, 1816; Attended New Hampshire Academy; graduated from Dartmouth College, NH. in 1842; Moved to New Orleans in 1843; studied law but never practiced, edited the New Orleans Tropic in 1845; elected Alderman in 1852; assisted in organizing the New Orleans Opelousas $ Great Western Railroad Co; Secretary & Treasurer of the company 1852-1861; Appointed City Treasurer by General Butler, July 20, 1862; to March 3, 1863; Mustered into the Federal Military Service, July 13, 1863; at New Orleans as, Captain of Co. C, 5th. Regiment of Louisiana Volunteer Infantry, served until August 12, 1863; Appointed in 1863, Special Agent of the Treasury Dept. for the Southern Dist. comprising the States of, Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, Alabama, & Western Florida. Unsuccessful candidate for election as Govenor of Louisiana in 1864; First President of the First National Bank of New Orleans in 1864; Reappointed, Special Treasury Agent in 1866; Military Govenor of Louisiana in 1867 and 1868; Mayor of New Orleans, 1870-1872; Assistant Treasurer of the United States at New Orleans, 1873-1882; Unsuccessful Republican candidate for State Treasurer in 1888;

Died on his estate, " Ben Alva" near Youngsville, Lafayette Parish, La. March 13, 1896; Buried, Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, La.
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Bev Gillihan
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Jacob N. Flanders was born on the family estate, March 25, 1825, son of Jacob & Hulda Abbott Flanders. His Great Grandfather, Richard Flanders was a large landed proprietor of Millville and owner of all the Concord in the later part of his life. He devided his land among his sons. He married Mary Fowler. Richard's Son, Richard Jr. married Mary Chandler West and they had ten children. Richard Jr. Lived to be ninety years old. His brother was one of the patriot soldiers who fought for Freedomin the Revolutionary War.

Their son, Father of Jacob N. was educated in the old district school and after he left school, he began farming. His entire life of 51 years was spent on the family homestead. He was a Fife Major in the old State Militia. He was musical and had a fine, strong voice. He taught singing school for many years. His wife, Hulda was a daughter of Samuel and Mary Abbott. They had five children; Richard M, Lucy Ann, Jacob N. Samuel A. and William H.

Jacob N. married Almira B. Runnels and they were the parents of two daughters, one died in infancy and the other was Lucie Ann.
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Bev Gillihan
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ANDERSONVILLE PRISON; Or CAMP SUMTER as it was officially known, was one of the largest of many Confederate military prisons established during the Civil War. During the 14 months that the prison existed, more than 45,000 Union Soldiers were confined there. Of these, almost 13,000 died from disease, poor sanitation, malnutrition, overcrowding, or exposure to the elements. Available shelter was reduced to crude shelters, huts made of scrap wood, tent fragments or simple holes dug in the ground. Many had no shelter of any kind against the elements. No clothing was provided and many prisoners were left with rags or nothing at all.

A prison for enlisted soldiers, it was designed to hold 10,000 but by August, 1864, the prison population had swelled to over 32,000. With these unspeakable miserable conditions, almost 30 percent of the prisoners died during it's 14 month existance.

FLANDERS, CHARLES L; Union Army, 1st. Mass. Heavy Artillery, Reg. #1, Co. E, Pvt. Buried in National Cemetery, Capture Date; 6/22/1864, Captured at; Petersburg, Va.

FLANDERS, LEWIS G; Union Army, 20th. Maine Infantry, Regiment #20, Co. E, Pvt. Buried in National Cemetery,
Remarks; 01/27/1864-(sic)(1); L.G. FLANDERS, (2) (3)

FLANDERS, N; Union Army, 14th. Illinois Infantry, Regiment #14, Co. E, Pvt. Held at Andersonville and Released, (Also 15th. Reg. Exchanged Millen, GA. April 5, 1865)

FLANDERS, ORLANDO; Union Army, 9th. New Hampshire Infantry, Regiment #9, Co. F, Pvt, Buried in National Cemetery, Capture Date; 5/12/1864, Capture Site; Spottsylvania, Va,
Remarks: 08/25/1864, (1) O. FLANDERS (3)

FLANDERS, W. R; Union Army, 29th. Missouri Infantry, Regiment 29, Co. H, Pvt. Held at Andersonville and Survived, Exchanged, Nov. 14, 1864
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Bev Gillihan
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FLANDERS, HENRY C.

From; Grafton, New Hampshire
Status; MIA
Service; KOREAN WAR, Unit M, Co. 31st. Infantry, Grade, 7, Service ID# RA31176275, Incident Date; 12/12/1950, Death Date; 12/31/1953
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RALPH EDWARD FLANDERS; (1880-1970)
A Senator from Vermont, born in Barnett, Caledonia County, Sept. 28, 1880, moved to Pawtucket, RI. with his parentsin 1886, attended the Public Schools of Pawtucket, Lincoln & Central Falles, RI. Engaged as a machinest apprentice at Providence, RI. in 1897. He remained in the machine tool industry until his death. From 1944 to 1946 he President of the Federal Reserve Board of Boston. Appointed on November 1, 1946 as a Republican to the United States Senate to fill the vacancy in the term, caused by the resignation of Warren R. Austin. He was an inventor of important developments in the machine tool industry, author of several books and articles. He died in Springfield, Vermont, February 19, 1970, cremated in Springfield, Mass., February 23, 1970, ashes deposited in Summer Hill Cemetery.

Senate Years of Service; 1946-1959

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Flander burials before 1960;

FLANDERS, ABIEL C; US. Army, Died; 6/16/1899, WOOD NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, ALEXANDER; Pvt. US. Army, CIVIL WAR, Born; Unknown, Died; 9/15/1864, BEVERLY NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, ALPHEUS S; Died; 7/22/1908, MOUNTAIN HOME NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, BENJAMIN; PFC. US. Army, CIVIL WAR, Died; 4/4/1863, BATON ROUGE NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, BENJAMIN J; PVT. US. Army, Service Dates; 7/25/1917-8/17/1917, Born; 7/26/1872, Died; 5/15/1959, GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, C. H; PVT. US Army, CIVIL WAR, Died; 8/9/1863, MOUND CITY NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, CHARLES; Seaman, US. Navy, Service Dates; 8/26/1869-8/26/1872, Died; 5/23/1917, SAN FRANCISCO NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, CHARLES A; PVT. US Army, CIVIL WAR, Died; 8/23/1875, CYPRESS HILLS NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, CHARLES E; PVT. US. Army, Born; 8/4/1888-2/24/1947, LEAVENWORTH NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, CHARLES L; PVT. E1, Mass. Artillery, CIVIL WAR, Died; 7/7/1864
ANDERSONVILLE NATIONAL HISTORICAL SITE

FLANDERS, CLYDE; SGT. DET EM RECRUITING SERVICE RET, Died; 2/14/1934, FORT LEWIS POST CEMETERY

FLANDERS, EDWARD O; PVT, C1, RI CAVALRY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 5/10/1862, SOLDIERS HOME NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, EUGENE A; PVT. US. ARMY, Service Dates; 6/22/1918-12/27/1918, Born; 10/18/1889, Died; 2/14/1957, ZACHARY TAYLOR NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, FRED C; PVT. US. ARMY, Service Dates; 9/11/1918-11/28/1918, Born; 7/16/1883, Died, 8/26/1959, GOLDEN GATE NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, GEORGE WILLIAM; SK2C, US, NAVY, Service Dates; 7/19/1943-12/16/1945, Born; 4/25/1915, Died; 3/2/1952, LONG ISLAND NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, GILMORE; Died; 5/6/1913, LOS ANGELES NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, HARRY JAMES; CPL USMC, Born; 6/17/1893, Died; 10/22/1958, ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, IRA M; PVT. B, 12, NY. INFANTRY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 5/17/1863, SOLDIERS HOME NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, J. W; K7, Buried; CHALMETTE NATIONAL HISTORIC PARK

FLANDERS, JAMES F; PVT. US. ARMY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 9/27/1864, MARIETTA NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, JEFFERSON; PVT. US. ARMY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 8/28/1865, LITTLE ROCK NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, JNO; US. ARMY, CIVIL WAR, Died, 4/27/1862, HAMPTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, JOHN H; PVT. US. ARMY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 6/29/1864, MEMPHIS NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, JOSEPH A; US. ARMY, Died, 2/24/1920, TOGUS NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, JOSEPH P; PVT. INFANTRY, Born; 11/26/1863, Died; 7/27/1943, ZACHARY TAYLOR NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, JOSEPH STANLEY; F3, US.NAVY, Service Dates; 3/15/1918-1/27/1919, Born; 11/15/1888, Died, 5/15/1953, FORT SNELLING NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, L; SGT. US. VOL. FREDERICKSBURG & SPOTSYLVANIA NMP.

FLANDERS, LANGDON W; CPL, US. ARMY, Died; 3/21/1922, HAMPTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, LEWIS G; PVT. E, 20, ME, INFANTRY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 3/19/1864, ANDERSONVILLE NATIONAL HISTORICAL SITE

FLANDERS, LOUIS H; PFC. US. ARMY, Born; 11/24/1892, Died; 10/9/1959, LEAVENWORTH NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, M; CPL, G, 12, US. INFANTRY, CIVIL WAR, Died, 10/1/1864, POPLAR GROVE NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, MARTIN V; PVT. 1 WIS. H, ARTILLERY, Died; 12/11/1861, SOLDIERS HOME NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, MYRON H; PVT. 5TH. CO. CAC, Born; 8/6/1890, Died; 12/21/1949, ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, N. N.; PVT. US. ARMY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 2/17/1864, MOUND CITY NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, NORMAN JOSEPH; M, SGT. US. ARMY, Service Dates; 3/4/1942-10/29/1945, Born; 6/2/1914, Died; 3/1/1961, FORT SNELLING NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, ORLANDO; PVT. F, 9, N H INFANTRY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 8/25/1864, ANDERSONVILLE NATIONAL HISTORICAL SITE

FLANDERS, OSCAR B; PVT. US. ARMY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 9/20/1864, JEFFERSON BARRICKS NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, PHILIP; PVT. CO. C, 50TH. ENGINEERS, RECONSTRUCTION AIDE, Died, 3/6/1887, BATH NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, R. F; PVT. D, 19, ME, INFANTRY, Buried; FREDERICKSBURG & SPOTSYLVANIA NMP

FLANDERS, ROBERT EVAN; CFC, US. NAVY, Born; 12/6/1919, Died; 5/4/1945, WOODLAWN NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, ROY; PVT. INFANTRY, Died; 9/19/1941, DANVILLE NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, SAMUEL; PVT. CO. E, 1ST. ME HA CW, CIVIL WAR, Died; 6/16/1864, ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, SAMUEL J; CPL, M 1ST. CA VOL INF, US. ARMY, Service Dates; 6/14/1898-9/21/1899, Died; 4/15/1918, SAN FRANCISCO NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, SCOTT W; US. ARMY, Service Dates; 3/6/1884-2/23/1887, Died; 9/1/1926, TOGUS NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, STANISLAUS; PVT. US. ARMY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 3/5/1865, CITY POINT NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, THOMAS E; Born; 3/29/1918, Died; 2/3/1978, LONG ISLAND NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, TITUS H; PVT. US. ARMY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 7/31/1864, JEFFERSON BARRACKS NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, W. E; INFANTRY, CIVIL WAR, Died; 7/20/1865, STAUNTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, WILLIAM EUGENE; LT. COL. QMC. USA, Born; 3/2/1888, Died; 3/30/1953, ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY

FLANDERS, WILLIAM W; SGT. 2ND. DELAWARE INF. CW, CIVIL WAR, Died; 5/21/1863, ARLINGTON NATIONAL CEMETERY
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Flanders, Albert W.
1854/1911

Flanders, Dennis
1942/1959

Flanders, Inez I.
d./1981

Flanders, Ward
1896/1965
S.D. Pvt. WW
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New North Pembroke Cemetery
North Pembroke, Merrimack County, New Hampshire

Flanders, Daniel R.,
b. 18 Jun 1924,
d. 28 Oct 1994,
“Tec 5 US Army World War II”
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Old Warner Village Cemetery, Warner, New Hampshire.

David H. Flanders, d. Oct. 17, 1839, age 25.
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Father...... Ezekiel Flanders,
d. Jun. 28, 1857, age 78 yrs. 9 mos. 15 days.

Isiah Flanders,
d. Sept. 20, 1835, age 82.

Mary, wife of Isiah Flanders,
d .Oct. 12, 1818, age 72

Hannah L. Flanders,
d., Aug. 31, 1819, age 7 yr.
dau. of Ezeckil and Caurew Flanders.

Anna G. Flanders,
d. Apr. 8, 1812, age 21 days,
dau. of Cpt. Nathaniel Flanders and Mary his wife

Susaneh, dau. of Benjamin F. amd Mercy Flanders, d. Nov. 30, 1823.

Hannah, wife of Zebulon Flanders,
d. Feb.17, 1850, age 93 yr. 9 mos.

Zebulon Flanders,
d. Feb.21, 1838, age 82, Rev. War Vet.
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Old Cemetery, Rockingham Co. NH.

Barnard Flanders was born on 29 April 1741 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Jedidiah Flanders and Eleanor Barnard. Barnard Flanders and Anne Currier filed marriage intentions on 17 November 1764 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. Barnard Flanders was a farmer at South Hampton. He signed the Association Test in 1776 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. On 10 April 1776 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, Barnard Flanders was mentioned in the will of Jedidiah Flanders. Barnard Flanders left a will on 30 March 1813 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. He died on Monday, 24 June 1822 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, at age 81 years, 1 month and 26 days.

Anne Currier was born on 27 August 1744 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. She was the daughter of Philip Currier and Ruth Merrill. Anne Currier was baptized on 2 June 1745 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. She and Barnard Flanders filed marriage intentions on 17 November 1764 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. On 30 March 1813 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, Anne Currier was mentioned in the will of Barnard Flanders. Anne Currier died on Sunday, 25 February 1827 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, at age 82 years, 5 months and 29 days.

Hannah Flanders was born on 5 September 1778 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. She was the daughter of Barnard Flanders and Anne Currier. Hannah Flanders was baptized on 9 July 1779 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. On 30 March 1813 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, Hannah Flanders was mentioned in the will of Barnard Flanders. Hannah Flanders died on Wednesday, 21 October 1829 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, at age 51 years, 1 month and 16 days unmarried. Hannah's gravestone inscription at the Old Cemetery, South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, reads:
Miss Hannah Flanders, dau. of Mr. Barnard Flanders.

Isaiah Flanders was also known as Josiah.
He was born on 15 July 1727 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Jeremiah Flanders and Mehitable Hoyt. Isaiah Flanders died on Wednesday, 11 April 1731 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, at age 3 years, 8 months and 27 days. Isaiah's gravestone inscription at the Old Cemetery, South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, reads:
Here lieth the body of Isiah Flanders
son of Jeremiah Flanders& Mehitabel his wife. He died in the fourth year
of his age, Aprel 11, 1731.

Joseph Flanders was also known as Josiah.
He was born on 10 February 1735/36 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He was the son of Jeremiah Flanders and Mehitable Hoyt. Joseph Flanders died on Saturday, 2 January 1744/45 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, at age 8 years, 10 months and 23 days. Joseph's gravestone inscription at the Old Cemetery, South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, reads: Here lie the earthly remains of Josiah Flanders.
A son who died in the nineth year of his age January 2, 1744

Husband of Rachel Colby
Son of Jonathan & Judith Merrill Flanders
Birth: Mar. 8, 1748 South Hampton Rockingham County New Hampshire, USA
Death: May. 21, 1801

Sarah Flanders was born on 7 February 1769 at Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. She was the daughter of Barnard Flanders and Anne Currier. On 30 March 1813 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, Sarah Flanders was mentioned in the will of Barnard Flanders. Sarah Flanders died on Thursday, 12 February 1857 at South Hampton, Rockingham County, New Hampshire, at age 88 years and 5 days unmarried...
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Currierville Cemetery
Rockingham County, New Hampshire

Flanders, Emma Ann,
d. 28 Mar 1844,
age: 2 y'rs, 4 mo's,
daur of Moses & Catharine P (?R) Flanders,
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Northville Cemetery

Flanders footstones: Albert, Mother, Father

Flanders, Albert E.
1850-1900

Flanders, Alfred S.
1886-1918
Co.D,309 Inf, 78th Div.

Flanders, Ora
73 1896-1970
Pvt. US Army, WWI

Flanders, Verona
1859-1927
Wife of Albert E. Flanders
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Pauline "Polly" B. (Flanders) Burgess, 65, of Sarah Drive, Merrimack, died Saturday, Oct. 3, 1998, in her home. She was born in Nashua on June 10, 1933, daughter of Frank R. and Annie F. (Wise) Flanders. Internment was in the family lot in Last Rest Cemetery.
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Mooney Burying Ground, Mooney Hill Road, Madison, NH

CORA A.
DAUGHTER OF JOHN AND ELIZA FLANDERS
Died: Sept. 10, 1864
Aged: 13 mo.
The saints gather round her
In garments of white
And Jesus has crowned her
An angel of light

ELIZA A.,
WIFE OF JOHN R. FLANDERS
Died: April 9, 1873
Aged: 39 y’rs, 10 mo.

JOHN R. FLANDERS
Died: April 22, 1894
Aged: 69y’rs, 9 mo., 22 days
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LYMAN CEMETERY
SILVER LAKE, MADISON, NH

JACOB B. FLANDERS
DIED - 1 SEPT 1902
AGE 76YRS 20DYS

JULIA B. FLANDERS
WIFE OF JACOB B. FLANDERS
DIED - 29 JULY 1911
AGE 82YRS 9MOS 23DYS

JOSEPH L. FLANDERS
DIED - 17 MAY 1891
AGE 70YRS 6MOS 21DYS

ABBIE K. FLANDERS
WIFE OF JOSEPH L. FLANDERS
DIED - 10 DEC 1894
AGE 72YRS 1MO 17DYS

CHARLIE FLANDERS
SON OF JOSEPH & ABBIE FLANDERS
DIED - 24 MAY 1856
AGE 1M 15DYS

WELLS CHASE FLANDERS
DIED - 28 DEC 1873
AGE 83YRS 4MOS 22DYS
A SOLDIER OF 1812

ANNA LYMAN FLANDERS
WIFE OF WELLS CHASE FLANDERS
DIED - 18 SEPT 1893
AGE 95YRS 9MOS 6DYS

JOSIAH C. FLANDERS
12 JUNE 1838
8 JUNE 1911

WILDA J. FLANDERS
WIFE OF JOSIAH C. FLANDERS
DIED - 23 DEC 1879
AGE 34YRS 11MOS 8DYS

EDITH BELL FLANDERS
DAU. OF JOSIAH & WILDA FLANDERS
DIED - 28 MARCH 1877
AGE 5YRS 22DYS
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East Cemetery:
North Benton, Grafton County, New Hampshire

Flanders Eva M.
dau of John & Eliza Flanders
Oct 23,1858 1 yr 3mo

Flanders Israel
Dec 10,1887
87

Flanders Josiah
Apr 8,1836
78

Flanders Deborah M.
his wife
Sep 12,1846
82

Noyes Elmer N.
son of Nelson F. & Hannah Flanders Noyes
May 16,1856
2 yr 2mo
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NORTH ROAD CEMETERY

Henry R. Flanders and wife, Ruth A. and daughter Abigail

Timothy Flanders 63 yrs. and wife Abigail 77 yrs.
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PINE HILL CEMETERY

Flanders

Mary P. Flanders
Frank D. Flanders
William W. Flanders and wife, Mary S. Ford
Adelaide Parcher Flanders
David P. Flanders 78 yrs.
Frank Flanders and wife, Helen M.
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Shelagh S. Rockwell, TILTON
Thursday, September 28, 2000
TILTON - Shelagh S. Rockwell, 48, of Prospect Street, died at her home Friday, Sept. 22.
She was born in Point Pleasant, N.J., the daughter of William and Annah (Flanders) Rockwell.
BURIAL: New Riverside Cemetery, Alton.
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Mary F. Ring
97y5m10d S. Hampton- F- W- W
Daughter of: Moses Flanders & Mary Stevens
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Flanders Agnes B
12/13/1873 5/12/1950
Wife of Fred H. Douty Village Lot #55

Flanders Anna
67y-4m No Date 12/21/????
Wife of Rev.Thomas
Knowlton Mills Row 4 Lot 4

Flanders Caroline
2 weeks No Date 05/18/1833
Daughter of Rev. Thomas & Anna Flanders Knowlton Mills Row 4 Lot 4

Flanders Cora E
06/23/1885 11/13/1974
Wife of Francis W. Leland
Knowlton Mills Row 14 Lot

Flanders Edith L
Year 1902 Year 1990
Knowlton Mills Row 7 Lot 15

Flanders Enoch A
08/31/1843 5/22/1929
Knowlton Mills Row 13 Lot

Flanders Enos G
07/15/1811 11/14/1902
Born in Alton, NH.
Knowlton Mills Row 13 Lot

Flanders Erma E
Year 1887 Year 1975
Wife of George Flanders
Knowlton Mills Row 8 Lot 19

Flanders Ernest F
03/04/1877 12/25/1906
Knowlton Mills Row 7 Lot 15

Flanders Francis D
Year 1923 Year 1960
Wife of Thomas Flanders
Knowlton Mills Row 8 Lot 19

Flanders George T
Year 1879 Year 1920
Knowlton Mills Row 8 Lot 19

Flanders Geraldine L
Year 1946 Year 1987
Village Part 3, #7

Flanders Gladys P
Year 1895 Year 1968
Wife of Ray Flanders
Village Lot #200

Flanders Gordon E
Year 1917 No Date
Son of George & Erma Flanders
Knowlton Mills Row 8 Lot 19

Flanders Helen G
08/05/1848 7/13/1915
Wife of Enoch A. Flanders
Knowlton Mills Row 13 Lot

Flanders Howard L
Year 1910 Year 1984
Knowlton Mills Row 21 Lot 11

Flanders John
18y-6m No Date 02/29/1864
Son of Freeman & Mehitable Flanders French's Mills Lot 12

Flanders Lewis V
7/9/1914 2/23/1944
Maine PFC 264 INF 66 DIV WWII
Village Lot #200

Flanders Margaret E
Year 1923 No Date
Village P2, S1, #227

Flanders Martha A
65y No Date 10/18/2008
Wife of George D. Flanders
Knowlton Mills Row 4 Lot 3

Flanders Mary Ann
25y No Date 07/22/1846
Daughter of Rev. Thomas & Anna Flanders Knowlton Mills Row 4 Lot 4

Flanders Mehitable
72y-8m 09/13/1819 02/17/1892
tone says "Mother. French's Mills Lot 12

Flanders Moses
43y-10m-22d No Date 03/20/1857
Veteran Knowlton Mills Row 9 Lot 9

Flanders Ralph S
Year 1918 Year 1956
Village P2, S1, #227

Flanders Ray R
Year 1895 Year 1958
Village Lot #200

Flanders Roger B
Year 1945 No Date
Village Part 3, #7

Flanders Sister Mary A
12/16/1883 5/12/1920
Daughter of David & Josephine Douty
Village Lot #55

Flanders Thomas W
Year 1918 No Date
Son of George & Erma Flanders
Knowlton Mills Row 8 Lot 19

Flanders Thomas
22y No Date 03/31/1845
Son of Rev. Thomas & Anna Flanders
Knowlton Mills Row 4 Lot 4

Flanders Thos. Rev.
49y No Date 03/06/18?7
Knowlton Mills Row 4 Lot 4

Flanders Wayland E
Year 1899 Year 1932
Knowlton Mills Row 7 Lot 15

Flanders Wm
2y-7m No Date 09/29/1848
Son of Moses & Lydia D. Flanders
Knowlton Mills Row 9 Lot 9
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Death Records - Warner, New Hampshire - 1913 -
Alice M. Flanders:
Place of Death: Warner
Date of Death: Feb 28, 1913
Age YY-MM-DD: 01-05-18
Place of Birth: Warner
Gender: F
Color: White
Single, Married, or Widow(er): S
Occupation: _____
Place of Birth of Father: Warner
Place of Birth of Mother: Lisbon
Name of Father: Clayton Flander
Maiden Name of Mother: Florence Chase
Disease / Cause of Death: Pneumonia
Occupation of Father: Laborer
Source: Annual Report for the Town of Warner for 1913
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Name: Bertha S. Flanders
Place of Death: Concord
Date of Death: Dec 30, 1913
Age YY-MM-DD: 41-07-15
Place of Birth: Warner
Gender: F
Color: White
Single, Married, or Widow(er): M
Occupation: Dressmaker
Place of Birth of Father: Warner
Place of Birth of Mother: Andover
Name of Father: Samuel Morrill
Maiden Name of Mother: Seba Stanley
Disease / Cause of Death: Intestinal obstruction from adhesions
Occupation of Father: _____
Source: Annual Report for the Town of Warner for 1913
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Abigail Flanders
born on Bp.7-19-1747 at Exeter, N.H.
died at Gilmanton, N.H. on 6-18-1803
married on 11-10-1768
Abigail Flanders was the child of
Thomas Flanders born on Bp.12-10-1721 at Salisbury, Mass.
died at Gilmanton, N.H. on abt. 4-23-1796 before 3-23-1797 and his wife
Margaret Lawrence born on______at_______
died at Gilmanton, N.H. after 3-24-1797 married on______________
Edward Ladd was the child of
Col. Samuel Ladd born on 2-21-1744 at Gilmanton or Belmont, N.H.
died at Gilmanton, N.H. on 4-9-1801 and his wife
Abigail Flanders
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Deaths Registered in the Town of Bristol for the Year ending December 31, 1889

11/5/89
Mary A.F. Jewett
AGE: 66 1 5
Plymouth F W M Housewife …
FATHER'S PLACE OF BIRTH:
FATHER: Moses Flanders
MOTHER: Sarah Bean
MOTHER'S PLACE OF BIRTH: Wentworth
CAUSE OF DEATH: Heart Disease
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FLANDERS OBITUARIES FROM NEW HAMPSHIRE:

GORDON FLANDERS
Gordon M. Flanders, 92, of North Conway, died on February 20, 2004 at the Sunbridge Care and Rehabilitation Center in North Conway. Born on July 29, 1911 in Stewartstown, he was the son of Irving and Nellie (Colby) Flanders.
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NAME: Dorothy (Ferrier) Flanders Samson
DIED: Jan. 22, 2001, Ridgewood Center, Bedford,
OCCUPATION: owned and operated the Green Ridge Turkey Farm
AGE: 91
ADDRESS: Bedford, former resident of Eustis, Maine
BORN: May 1, 1909, Medford, MA
PARENTS: William and Caroline Ferrier
SPOUSE: Arthur Samson, and Howard Flanders, d. 1965.
CHILDREN: John B. Flanders,
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NAME: Lena I. Flanders,
DIED: Jan 16, 2001, Lakes Region General Hospital, Laconia
OCCUPATION: clerical work, US Navy
AGE: 76
ADDRESS: Diane Drive, Northfield
BORN: Boston,
PARENTS: Arthur and Irene (Smith) Page
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Pearl M. Davies, 97, died Thursday, March 15, 2001, at the
Rockingham County Nursing Home, Brentwood.
She was born April 4, 1903, the daughter of the late Jesse and May
(Flanders) Smith and lived all of her adult life in Fremont.
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William Oscar Flanders
Birth: 23 Apr 1834 in Troy, Rensselaer, NY
Death: 24 Jul 1919 in Henniker, NH
Father: James M. FLANDERS
b. 20 Dec 1799 in Hopkinton, NH
Mother: Mary Ann BROOKS
b. Jun 1804 in Hancock, Hillsborough, NH
WIFE: Betsey Greenleaf Noyes
b. About 1835
Marriage: 26 MAR 1854
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James M. FLANDERS
Birth: 20 Dec 1799 in Hopkinton, NH
Death: 5 Mar 1868 in Henniker, Merrimack, NH
Father: Jeremiah FLANDERS
b. 5 Mar 1755 in S. Hampton, NH
Mother: Miriam GEORGE
b. Before 4 Aug 1759 in Salisbury, NH
WIFE: Mary Ann BROOKS
b. Jun 1804 in Hancock, Hillsborough, NH
Marriage: 18 SEP 1823 in Hancock, NH
by Rev. Archibald Burgess
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OLD NORTH CEMETERY
CONCORD NEW HAMPSHIRE

Samuel H. FLANDERS
Birth: 17 Dec 1832 in Hartford, Cortland, NY
Death: 4 Apr 1858 in Concord, Merrimack, NH
Father: James M. FLANDERS
b. 20 Dec 1799 in Hopkinton, NH
Mother: Mary Ann BROOKS
b. Jun 1804 in Hancock, Hillsborough, NH
WIFE: Jane NELSON
b. 14 Jan 1830 in Lyme, NH
Marriage: 1 JAN 1854 in Concord, NH
by Rev. Charles Worthen Flanders
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Jeremiah FLANDERS
Birth: 5 Mar 1755 in S. Hampton, NH
Death: Before 24 Jun 1845 in Hopkinton, NH;
date will probated
Father: Jeremiah FLANDERS
b. 15 Sep 1728 in Salisbury, Essex, MA
Mother: Mary BARNARD
b. 1727 in Amesbury, MA
Fact: refused to sign the Association Test
Fact: 1789 signed a petition in Hopkinton pretesting
ordination of Rev. Jacob Cram
Religion: member of the branch of the Brentwood Ch. known as Anabaptists,
as opposed to Pedo-baptists.
WIFE: Miriam GEORGE
b. Before 4 Aug 1759 in Salisbury, NH;
Marriage: 30 JUL 1778 in Salisbury, MA
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Frank Bryon Flanders
Birth: 25 Jul 1855 in Londonderry, Rockingham County, New Hampshire
Death: 22 Mar 1922 in Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire
Father: Samuel B. Flanders
b. 08 Sep 1811 in Dunbarton, Merrimack County, New Hampshire
Mother: Emily Colby
b. 02 Dec 1813 in Bow, Merrimack County, New Hampshire
WIFE: Sarah A. Livengood
b. 1856 in Union City, Randolph County, Indiana
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Lydia WHITNEY
Isaac FLANDERS
30 Sep 1810 NH
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The Old Gordon Road Cemetery, Brentwood NH

In this graveyard are stones for Averill, Leavit, and Flanders.
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STRAFFORD DEATHS
DIED: 1910 5-Apr Rochester
Flanders, Philip J
AGE: 21-2-0 Manchester, VT
FATHER: Flanders, James C
MOTHER: Maleham, Alice
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DIED: 1925 11-Jun Rochester
Jones, Arah F
AGE: 64-3-16 Alton
FATHER: Jones, Jeremiah B
MOTHER: Flanders, Mary A
DIED: 1934 Mar
Flanders, Herman T
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DIED: 1893 7-Feb Rochester
Gerrish, Mary E
AGE: 45-0-10 /
FATHER: Smith, James F
MOTHER: Flanders, Sarah E
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DIED: 1902 21-Jan Rochester
Smith, Sarah E
AGE: 78-7-20 Guilford
FATHER: Flanders, Ezekiel
MOTHER: Buzzell, Lottie
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DIED: 1907 15-Jul Rochester
Mardin, Ada M
AGE: 17-8-16 Benton
FATHER: Bean, Charles C Jr
MOTHER: Flanders, Elzie
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DIED: 1909 25-Mar E Rochester
Fitch, Josephine M
AGE: 60-4-24 Roudolph
FATHER: Flanders, Moses
MOTHER: Pratt, Catherine
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DIED: 1911 29-Jul Rochester
Flanders, Julia B
AGE: 82-9-23 Canada
FATHER: Buckley, James B
MOTHER: Barker, Charlotte
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DIED: 1916 10-Apr Rochester
Jacobs, Elbridge
AGE: 82-10-21 Moultonboro
FATHER: Jacobs, John
MOTHER: Flanders, Frances
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DIED: 1923 11-May Rochester
Prescott, Lillian M
AGE: 55-9-21 Alton
FATHER: Jones, Jeremiah
SISTER: Flanders, Mary
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DIED: 1924 14-Apr Rochester
Smith, James W
AGE: 75-6-11 Rochester
FATHER: Smith, John W
MOTHER: Flanders, Sarah S
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DIED: 1933 17-Jul E Rochester
Fitch, Henry C
AGE: 63-1-5 Hydesv'e, VT
FATHER: Fitch, Spaulding J
MOTHER: Flanders, Jasie
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DIED: 1936 3-Jun Rochester
Smith, Simon T
AGE: 85-9-13 Rochester
FATHER: Smith, James
MOTHER: Flanders, Sarah
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DIED: 1942 28-Mar Rochester
Flanders, Nora A
AGE: 67-11-23 Lewiston, ME
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DIED: 1944 28-Jun Rochester
Flanders, Francis G
AGE: 0 Rochester
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DIED: 1977 6-Oct Manchester
Young, Dora F AGE: 88 NH
FATHER:
MOTHER: Flanders, George Felch, Lucy
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DIED: 1896 5-Jun
WEBBER Lillian Maud F
FATHER: Webber, Frank
MOTHER: Flanders, Alice Maud
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DIED: 1898 3-Dec
WEBBER, Ethel Frances
FATHER: Webber, Frank
MOTHER: Flanders, Alice M
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Rochester Courier Death Index 1930-1939

Flanders, Herman T.,
died 3/?/34: 3/9/34p5
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Charles William FLANDERS
Birth: 7 JUN 1851 in Worth,Worth,MO
Death: 5 OCT 1924 in ,Jackson,KS
Father: John Henry FLANDERS
Mother: Jemima Amanda GARRETT
Marriage 1 Emily Victoria LANG b: 12 FEB 1852 in ,Toronto,Ontario,CAN
Married: 15 AUG 1875 in Iatan,Platte,Missouri,USA

Emily Victoria LANG
Birth: 12 FEB 1852 in ,Toronto,Ontario,CAN
Death: 20 MAY 1930 in St. Francis Hosp,Topeka,KS
Father: Isaac LANG
Mother: Catherine BRUSNAHAM
Marriage 1 Charles William FLANDERS b: 7 JUN 1851
Married: 15 AUG 1875 in Iatan,Platte,Missouri,USA

John Henry FLANDERS
Birth: 9 DEC 1820 in Boston,Suffolk,Massachusetts
Death: AUG 1895 in Holton,Jackson,Kansas
Father: Daniel FLANDERS
Mother: Sarah BAYLEY
Marriage 1 Jemima Amanda GARRETT b: 7 DEC 1817 in Bloomfield,Scott,Indiana,USA. Married: 1850 in ,Of Worth,MO,USA. Marriage 2 Rachel DEVOLT b: 1835
Married: 25 MAY 1862 in Highland,Doniphan,Kansas
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A.J.Flanders:
May 7, 1828
Jul. 5, 1898

Adalaide:
his wife
died Nov. 28, 1913
age 78 yrs. 6 mos.

Andrew J.Flanders:
died Oct. 18, 1889
age 60 yrs. 2 mos.

Flanders, Cecil E.
Died Aug. 14, 1889
age 29 yrs. 1mos. 12 dys.
stone says "My Husband"

Emeline C.Flanders:
his wife
1845 - 1927

H. Irene Flanders:
Apr. 25, 1865
Sept. 8, 1952
wife of Walter A. Flanders

Harold W.Flanders:
son of Walter & Irene Flanders
died Sept. 18, 1895
age 1 yrs. 2 mos.

Flanders, James M.
Died Aug. 10, 1889
age 74 yrs. 16 dys.

"Flanders"
John: 1845 - 1919

Louisa A.
his wife
Jun. 1, 1828
Apr. 24, 1903
Next to this stone there are four smaller stones that say
Forrest E. son of Andrew & Louisa/Infant of Andrew & Louisa Jun.10 1858/Calvin L. Jun 6, 1862 age 9 yrs. 1 mos. 27 dys./ Ival E. Jun. 21, 1862 age 6 yrs. 7 mos. 24 dys

Flanders, Micah G.
Died Nov. 29, 1873
age 82 yrs. 6 mos. 25 days.

Flanders, Nancy
Wife of Micah Flanders
died Oct. 20, 1876
age 86 yrs. 5 mos.

Walter A.Flanders:
Aug. 13. 1865
Jan. 23, 1937
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FLANDERS, Abigail
d. 03/18/1873
spouse: Joseph Flanders, Jr.

FLANDERS, Lafayette W.
Born: 09/13/1880
Died: 05/04/1905
Father: Isreal Flanders
Mother: Polly Wells

Flanders, Jr., Joseph
d. 09/29/1822

FLANDERS, John
d. 06/30/1943

FLANDERS, John Josiahson
d. 08/17/1834
Mother: Mary Flanders

FLANDERS, Maryett (Hutchins)
Born: 10/22/1840
Died: 07/24/1928
Notes: spouse: Lafayette W Flanders
Father: Joseph Hutchins
Mother: Susan Brown

FLANDERS, Mellissa F.
d. 11/01/1910

FLANDERS, Sally
Born: 04/02/1857
Died: 08/24/1849
Spouse: Onesipharus Flanders

FLANDERS, Walter P.
d. 07/24/1882

FLANDERS, William
d. 11/29/1869
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Cynthia McClure was born on 28 August 1814 at Newport, Penobscot County, Maine. She was the daughter of Andrew McClure and Mehitable Marsh. Cynthia McClure and Samuel Flanders filed marriage intentions on 1 April 1838 at Cornville, Somerset County, Maine. In 1838 Cynthia married Samuel Flanders, son of Moses Flanders and Roxana Webb. She died on Wednesday, 20 April 1870 at Cloud County, Kansas, at age 55 years, 7 months and 23 days.

Samuel Flanders was born on 13 October 1812 at Cornville, Somerset County, Maine. He was the son of Moses Flanders and Roxana Webb. Samuel Flanders and Cynthia McClure filed marriage intentions on 1 April 1838 at Cornville, Somerset County, Maine. In 1838 Samuel married Cynthia McClure, daughter of Andrew McClure and Mehitable Marsh. He enlisted, on 21 Augsut 1862, in Capt. Whiting S. Clark's Company E, Col. Danield Chaplin's First Regiment Heavy Artillery, Maine Volunteers. Samuel Flanders died on Wednesday, 15 June 1864 at Washington Hosp, Washington, DC, at age 51 years, 8 months and 2 days from wounds received at the Battle of Fredericksburg Pike.
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Adelbert Milton Flanders
Birth: 20 OCT 1866 in Waldo, ME
Death: 10 MAR 1942 in Waldo, ME
Father: William Flanders b: 26 AUG 1821 in Waldoboro, ME
Mother: Harriet Achorn b: 9 FEB 1831 in Jefferson or Waldoboro, ME
Marriage 1 Zilla Payson b: 1874 in Waldo, ME
Marriage 2 Myrtle Farrar b: 30 AUG 1884 in Hudson, MA
Married: 12 NOV 1921 in Belfast, ME
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Harriet Achorn
Birth: 9 FEB 1831
in Jefferson or Waldoboro, ME
Death: 8 APR 1905 in Waldo, ME
Father: George Achorn
Mother: Mary Anne Schumann
Marriage 1 William Flanders
b: 26 AUG 1821 in Waldoboro, ME
Married: 4 APR 1848 in Waldoboro, ME
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William H. Flanders
Birth: 26 AUG 1821 in Waldoboro, ME
Death: 2 DEC 1903 in Waldo, ME
Father: Daniel Flanders
Mother: Mehitable Crocker
Marriage 1 Harriet Achorn b: 9 FEB 1831
in Jefferson or Waldoboro, ME
Married: 4 APR 1848 in Waldoboro, ME
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William C. Flanders
Birth: 3 FEB 1871 in Waldo, ME
Death: 1918 in Morrill, Waldo, Maine
Father: William Flanders
Mother: Harriet Achorn
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Vietta J Flanders
Birth: 27 Jan 1851 in Morrill, Waldo, ME
Death: 25 Jun 1913 in North Belmont, Waldo, ME
Father: William H Flanders
b. 25 Aug 1821 in Waldoboro, Lincoln, ME
Mother: Harriet Achorn
b. 9 Feb 1831 in Waldoboro, Lincoln, ME
Burial: Jun 1913 Morrill Cemetery, Morrill, Waldo, ME
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Mary E Flanders
Birth: 12 Mar 1854 in Morrill, Waldo, ME
Death: 22 Jul 1856 in
Father: William H Flanders
b. 25 Aug 1821 in Waldoboro, Lincoln, ME
Mother: Harriet Achorn
b. 9 Feb 1831 in Waldoboro, Lincoln, ME
Burial: Jul 1856 Morrill Cemetery, Morrill, Waldo, ME
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Birth: 1800
Salisbury
Essex County
Massachusetts, USA
Death: Mar. 6, 1836
San Antonio
Bexar County
Texas, USA

Alamo Defender. He was in business with his father in Massachusetts until they argued over foreclosing on a mortgage held by a widow. He left for Texas and never communicated with his family again. He settled in Gonzales and was part of the force from that town that rode to the relief of the Alamo. He entered the Alamo garrison on March 1, 1836 and died in the battle of the Alamo five days later.
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Anna P. FLANDERS
Sep 21, 1851
age llm 17d

Bell FLANDERS
Aug 22, 1844
Jun 1, 1861

Geo. 0. age 2y
ANNA P. age ly
MARTHA W. age 4d
Also 2 infant children
Louie F. Aug 7, 1853
(all of the above on same stone)

Dan. H.S.
s/o Ezekiel & Isabel
d Nov 9, 1833
age 17y 5m 13d

Ezekiel FLANDERS
Jun 19, 1849
Sep 16, 1879

Ezekiel FLANDERS
d Mar 10, 1858
age 75y 4m 4d
"Mason"

FLANDERS, Geo. W.
Jan 27, 1819
Jul 30, 1904
"father"

Henrietta FLANDERS
w/o G.W.
Aug 16, 1818
Dec 19, 1886
"mother"

Isabel FLANDERS
w/o Ezekiel
d. Feb 7, 1862
age 79y 4m 10d

FLANDERS, Janet F.
d/o J.M.& J.F.
d Jun 16, 1851
age lly llm 4d

FLANDERS, John
s/o John M. & Jane F.
d Jul 9, 1838
age ly ld

John M. FLANDERS
d Apr 26, 1843
age 35y 14d

John W. FLANDERS
Sep 12, 1846
Aug 12, 1911

FLANDERS, Martha W.
d Mar 29, 1818
age 4d

Nathan FLANDERS
s/o Ezekiel & Isabel
d Dec 7, 1835
age 22y 24d
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Flanders Betsey
Wife of Jeremiah Flanders
died Aug. 8, 1856
age 77 yrs. 3 mos.

Flanders, Betsey
Daughter of Jeremiah & Betsey Flanders
died Apr. 17, 1831
age 15 yrs. 10 mos.

Flanders, Jeremiah
Died Mar. 26, 1848
age 64 yrs. 7 mos.

Flanders, Prusta M.
Daughter of Jeremiah & Betsey Flanders
died Jun. 25, 1836
age 26 yrs. 8 mos.
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BATHSHEBA WINFRED DRAKE
Birth: 23 MAR 1832
Death: 25 AUG 1893
Father: FRANCES BRYANT DRAKE
Mother: SALINA OR SELINA KING
Marriage 1 FREDERICK WILLIAM FLANDERS
Married: 22 AUG 1850 in EMANUEL CO. GA

FREDERICK WILLIAM FLANDERS
Birth: 7 DEC 1825 in LAURENS CO. GEORGIA
Death: 10 JUN 1899
Father: BARNABUS FLANDERS
Mother: SARAH WIGGINS
Marriage 1 BATHSHEBA WINFRED DRAKE b: 23 MAR 1832
Married: 22 AUG 1850 in EMANUEL CO. GA

JAMES WASHINGTON FLANDERS
Birth: 4 JUL 1839 in LAURENS CO. GEORGIA
Death: 28 JUN 1913
Father: FRANCES EUGENE FLANDERS
Mother: ELIZABETH MASON
Marriage 1 SARAH HIGHTOWER b: 4 SEP 1848
Married: 8 DEC 1864 in JOHNSON CO. GEORGIA

SARAH HIGHTOWER
Birth: 4 SEP 1848
Death: 20 DEC 1927
Father: JOSHUA ELLIS HIGHTOWER
Mother: SARAH A. WATTS b: ABT 1829
Marriage 1 JAMES WASHINGTON FLANDERS b: 4 JUL 1839 in LAURENS CO. GEORGIA
Married: 8 DEC 1864 in JOHNSON CO. GEORGIA

Lenora J. Raines Flanders
Birth: Aug. 6, 1889 Wrightsville Johnson County Georgia, USA
Death: Apr., 1979
Daughter of William Jordan Raines and Belle Maddox.
Sister of Martin Luther Raines, Mazie Bell Raines and William Ollie Raines.
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Flanders, Aravesta V.
daughter of Harrison & Jane Flanders
died Dec. 20, 1861
age 21 yrs. 6 mos.

Flanders, Drusilla A.
daughter of Harrison & Jane Flanders
died Aug. 1877
age 51 yrs.

Flanders, George Favor
son of Harrison & Jane Flanders
died Aug. 25, 1851
age 3 yrs. 6 mos. 21 dys

Flanders, Harrison
died Apr. 29, 1871
age 68 yrs. 21 dys

Flanders, Jane S.
wife of Harrison Flanders
died Jul. 1, 1888
age 84 yrs.
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FLANDERS, Elder Abner
c. 1780
June 4, 1847
Aged 70 yrs.
Marriage 1 Abigail Bradbury
b: 10 NOV 1780 in Buxton, York, ME
Married: 8 DEC 1806

FLANDERS, Abigail
Birth: 10 NOV 1780 in Buxton, York, ME
Died; Jan. 9, 1850 Aged 70 yrs.
Wife of the Rev. Abner Flanders
Married: 8 DEC 1806
Father: Jabez Bradbury
Mother: Sarah Atkinson

Ithiel Flanders
c. Aug. 6, 1816
Jan. 11, 1880
Aged 63yrs. 7mos. 5das.
Son of Rev. Abner and Abigail Flanders
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Flanders, Albert E.
1850-1900
footstones: Albert, Mother, Father

Flanders, Alfred S.
1886-1918
Co.D,309 Inf, 78th Div.
died at Argonne Forest, France

Flanders, Ora
1896-1970
Pvt. US Army, WWI

Flanders, Verona
1859-1927
Wife of Albert E. Flanders
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SHEFFIELD, Vermont MARRIAGES

FLANDERS Rhoda of Sheffield
m. Joshua Hill of Sheffield at Sheffield
Marriage Date: 16 May 1819
Officiate: Reuben Allen, MOG (p. 233 / vol. 1)

FLANDER Poley (Miss) of Sheffield
m. Thomas Walker of Slanated at Sheffield
Marriage Date: 29 Oct 1822
Officiate: Benjn. Conner, JP Stephen Drown, T. Clerk (p. 235 / vol. 1)

FLANDERS Arvila of Sheffield
m. Samuel Twombly of Sheffield at Sheffield
Marriage Date: 18 Oct 1827
Officiate: George Gray, JP (p. 239 / vol. 1)

FLANDERS Harris B. of Washington, VT
m. Miss Samantha Hill of Sheffield at Sheffield
Marriage Date: 23 Dec 1845
Officiate: Moses Cheney, MOG John P. Ingalls, Town Clerk (p. 25 / vol. 2)

FLANDERS Maryan of Sheffield
m. Andrew [H.] Twombley of Sheffield at Sheffield
Marriage Date: 7 Apr 1829
Officiate: George Gray, JP
(p. 240 / vol. 1)
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MARRIAGES IN MONTPELIER, VT.

Micah Flanders
Newport, Vt.
Dolly Goodenough
Berlin, Vt.
Feb. 26, 1807
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FLANDERS
English: ethnic name for someone from Flanders. Compare Fleming.
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SOME GALLATIN CO. MARRIAGES:

HARGRAVE, WILLIAM M
FLANDERS, CYNTHIA ANN
02/06/1845 GALLATIN

ROBINSON, CHARLES
FLANDERS, ELIZABETH 03/15/1871 WILL

FOSTER, AUGUSTUS
FLANDERS, GRACE
08/08/1889 GALLATIN

WRIGHT, JAMES F
FLANDERS, LIZZIE
11/19/1891 GALLATIN
BLADES, WILLIAM H
FLANDERS, MALETNA
08/07/1845 GALLATIN

DEVENPORT, JOHN
FLANDERS, MARTHA 08/27/1862 SALINE

PARKS, PERCY
FLANDERS, MARY J
05/05/1875 GALLATIN

MELVIN, JONATHAN H
FLANDERS, NANCY J
03/07/1869 GALLATIN

GIPSON, SIMON K
FLANDERS, NANCY JANE
02/26/1844 GALLATIN

DAVENPORT, RANDELL W
FLANDERS, SARAH
02/17/1842 GALLATIN

FLANDERS, ABNER
PROCTOR, ELIZABETH
GALLATIN
06/09/1892

FLANDERS GEORGE
TOWLE, LUCY
GALLATIN
03/12/1854

FLANDERS, CHANDLER
HOLEMAN, LOUISA
GALLATIN
05/11/1856

FLANDERS, CHARLES G
BORN 1829
SON OF ABNER FLANDERS & DEBORAH HILL
HARGRAVE, SARAH
BORN: 1834 ILLINOIS
GALLATIN
02/27/1851

FLANDERS, DORASTUS L
MOORE, MARTHA L
GALLATIN
04/05/1878

FLANDERS, GEORGE W
PROCTER, ELIZABETH
GALLATIN
02/06/1845

FLANDERS, GEORGE W
PERCELL, MARTHA
GALLATIN
01/26/1860

FLANDERS, JOHN
HARGRAVE, MALETNA
GALLATIN
12/20/1838

FLANDERS, JOHN
NOLEN, CORDELIA
GALLATIN
01/22/1871

FLANDERS, OSCAR PEABODY
SON OF CHARLES FLANDERS & SARAH M. HARGRAVE
MCCLAIN, LUCY
DAUGHTER OF FRANK MCCLAIN AND NANCY PURCELL
GALLATIN
11/07/1880

AUGUSTUS "GUS" LOWELL FLANDERS
BORN MARCH 18, 1882
DIED 1954
SON OF OSCAR PEABODY FLANDERS AND LUCY MCCLAIM
Julia E. Proctor
Birth: 14 Jul 1884 in Gallatin County, IL
Death: JULY 1961, ILLINOIS
Father: William S. Proctor
b. 1840 in Hamilton County, IL
Mother: Mary Biggerstaff
b. About. 1846
NOTE: Julia Proctor had an older Sister, Elizabeth who married Abner Flanders, the younger Brother of Oscar and Uncle of Augustus. That means that Abner's Sister-in-Law (Julia) married his Nephew Augustus...........
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Lyman Coleman FLANDERS
Birth: 1 Nov 1840 in Georgetown, Mass.
Death: 6 Oct 1913 in Quincy, Ill.
Father: Lorenzo Caleb FLANDERS
b. 2 Jun 1814 in Danbury, N.H.
Mother: Catherine WITHEY
b. 4 Mar 1818 in Georgetown, Mass.
WIFE: Sarah Ann VAN VEEN
b. 17 Aug 1849 in Ohio
Marriage: 8 MAR 1866 in Winchester, Ill.
1870 CENSUS OF SCOTT CO. ILLINOIS
33 108 109
FLANDERS Lyman-29-M- Farm Labor-300-Ma
FLANDERS Sarah-WIFE-20-Oh
FLANDERS Charles-2-M-OH
FLANDERS Lorenzo-50 -?- M-Farmer-4,000-875- NH
FLANDERS Ollie- 9m-M
FLANDERS George-17-M-Farm
Labor IL
CONNECTION, IF ANY, UNKNOWN
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SCOTT CO. IL CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS
FLANDERS LYMAN C C 28 INF WINCHESTER PVT
FLANDERS LYMAN C E 137 INF WINCHESTER CPL
CONNECTION, IF ANY, UNKNOWN
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Some of my Flanders family and associated families buried in GALLATIN CO. ILLINOIS

EQUALITY VILLAGE Cemetery is located in the village of Equality and is in a 2 block area. Equality Twp. T9S R8E, Section 17. From information given me there are about 80 veterans buried here from War of 1812 down to the present war in Vietnam. There is a very large oak tree in the W central part under which soldiers in the earlier wars were mustered into service.

Flanders, Abiel
Born and Died Gallatin Co. 1834
son of A. & D. Flanders
(ABNER & DEBORAH HILL FLANDERS)

Nicholas Powers FLANDERS
b New Hampshire 1814
SON OF CHRISTOPHER PAIGE FLANDERS & SALLY POWERS
d. November 16, 1847, Gallatin Co. Illinois
Married, Adliza Hall

Apphia b Concord, N.H.
b. Concord, NH.
d. 1801-1854 Gallatin Co. Illinois
Daughter of, ABNER FLANDERS & SARAH CHANDLER

James C. 1852-1854
son of C. G. & S. Flanders
(CHARLES & SARAH HARGRAVE)

Abner 1790‑1878
SON OF ABNER AND SARAH CHANDLER

George W.
b in Tioga Co. N.Y. 1821‑1861
son of Abner & Deborah
HIS WIVES:
Martha Purcell (BURIAL UNKNOWN)
Eliza 1823-1851 wife of G. W.,
Married: 6 Feb 1845 in probably Equality, Gallatin Co, IL
Lucy H. TOWLE 1833‑1855 wife of G. W.
Married: 12 Mar 1854 in Gallatin Co, IL
CENSUS 1850 US Census Equality, Gallatin Co, IL

George W FLANDERS 28 NY
Elizabeth 25 NY
John 3 IL
Nancy J FLANDERS 4/12 IL
Louisa A PISTOLA 19 IL
John HALE 9

Dorastus I. 1855-1904
wife Martha Lou 1858‑1954 (Martha L. Carnahan)

Alves R. 1893-1918,

Fred 1890‑1923

Charles G. 1828-1879
Father of D. L., Erma 1898-
HUSBAND OF SARAH HARGRAVE

Percil, (PURCELL) Lewis 1827‑1885
wife Mary L. 1833‑??
son William Lewis 1872‑1876
THIS IS MY G-G-GRANDMOTHER NANCY PURCELL MCCLAIN'S BROTHER. HE MARRIED MARY ELIZABETH FLANDERS. DAUGHTER OF ABNER FLANDERS AND DEBORAH HILL'

Hargrave, James R. 1827-1905
wife Sarah L. 1832-1875
son Charlie 1853-1858­
NOT SURE IF THIS IS ONE OF MY FAMILY

Davenport, Abner F. 1844-1916
SON OF SARAH FLANDERS & RANDALL WILLIAM DAVENPORT
wife Emily 1848‑1929 children:
Francis 1884‑1887 Charles F 1889‑1945

Towles, Lewis 1808-
wife Adaline 1819‑1863
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GARRETT Cemetery sometimes known as Purcell or Payne. Located in North Fork
Twp. Section 33, T8S R8E. It is SE o£ the Tom Couser home in the W center of NW1/4 of the section.

Purcell, Nicholas d 184? (no stone)
I THINK THIS IS THE NICHOLAS PURCELL WHO MARRIED ELEANOR DECKER AND WHO WAS THE FATHER OF MY G-G-GRANDMOTHER, NANCY PURCELL MCCLAIN.
IN THE 1850 CENSUS ELEANOR WAS LISTED AS WIDOW.
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LEAVEL HILL

McLain, Jess M. 1854-1924,
Callie D. 1867-1919,
Bertha 1896-1900
Bessie b&d 1899,
Charles V. 1891-1895
NOTE: THIS IS MY GREAT GRANDMOTHER LUCY'S BROTHER'S FAMILY.
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ELMWOOD CEMETERY

Purcell, Arthur C.
1882-1945,
Eva 1886-
James Allen 1861-1912,
Married Anna Wiseheart

Orville W. 1885-1913 son
Muriel Inez 1890-19--,
Charles 1859-1947,
wife Nellie 1868-1958
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HARGRAVES Family Cemetery located 1/2 mile E of Pool home on road going N out of Equality. Only 2 markers found and there should have been several from reports. Equality Twp. Section 4, T9S R8E.
Hargraves, Cynthia Ann (Flanders)
d 1855 age 28 yrs.
Father: Abner FLANDERS
Mother: Deborah HILL
Mary E. 1839-1857 both were wives of Wm. M. Hargraves
NOTE: Per informant John Musgrave 6 Feb 2004, electronic, ancestry.com Hargrave surname message board:
"William M. Hargrave of Equality purchased the Old Slave House (Hickory Hill) in 1880. His first wife was Cynthia Ann Flanders who was born about 1826 according to the census data. They married on Feb. 6, 1845, according to the Illinois Statewide Marriage Index. They had four children in the 1850 census: Geoerge, 4; John, 3; Willis, 1; and Mary E., 1 month. Cynthia presumably died between 1850 and 1852 because on March 29, 1853, he married Sarah E. Christian in Gallatin County.
NOTE: 1850 U.S. Census • Illinois • Gallatin • Equality
William HARGRAVE 27 farmer, all b IL
Cynthia A 24,
George 4, John 3, Willie 1, Mary E 1/12
*none of these children appear on Gallatin 1880 census
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POPLAR CEMETERY

Flanders, Judge Harry J. 1896‑68,
md 1934 Bernice Porter 1903­
SON OF OSCAR PEABODY & HESTER BLAIR FLANDERS
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ABNER FLANDERS, 11 PROFILE
Birth: 1790 Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire, USA
Death: Jun. 2, 1879 Equality, Gallatin County, Illinois, USA
Son of Abner 1 & Sarah Chandler Flanders
Husband of Deborah Hill
Married: 1820 or bef in Tioga Co, NY
Served in the War of 1812 from February 28, 1813 thru February 20, 1816-----he served as a musician Captain Joseph Flanders' Company of Volunteers. (His father, Abner, was a veteran of the Revolutionary War.) Went to settle IL 1820s, post-War 1812. Illinois State Legistature Representative elected 1842.
From: Gallatin Co., IL Newspapers--July, 1878:--"Obituary: On the 21st ult. at the residence of Lewis Purcil, near Equality, Abner Flanders died, aged 88 years and 1 month. He was born in the State of New Hampshire, May 22, 1790 He was in the War of 1812 and received wounds that disabled him for life. At the close of the war he moved to N.Y. where he married Miss Deborah Hill. After spending a portion of his life in N.Y. he emigrated to White County, Ill., where he resided for a short time, thence he removed to Gallatin County to spend the remainder of his days. Elected to the State Legislature in 1842, he was an active member of the C.P. Church. He was the oldest man in the county."

1820 U.S. Census • New York • Tioga • Spencer
Roll: M33_79 Page: 275 Image: 454
Abner FLANDERS 1...1|.1..1... p 2/6
John HILL 21.2.1|111.1.|3 p 3/6
John SHOEMAKER .1..1.|11.1..|1.. p 4/6
Isaac SHOEMAKER 22.1.2|1..11.|3 p 5/6

1850 US Census Equality, Gallatin Co, IL

Abner FLANDERS 60 farmer NY
Deborah 56 NY
Charles 21 laborer, Abner 19, Mary 16, Chandler 14 (all IL)
Simeon K GIBSON 35 cabinet maker NY
Nancy J 26 IL
Aphy 40 female NY

1860 > Illinois > GALLATIN > EQUALITY P O
Series: M653 Roll: 180 Page: 1022

FLANDERS Abner 70 farmer 10,000 1500 NH
Debra 67 PA
Mary J 4, Clara C 14 both b IL
I have no idea whose child Clara was nor what became of her.

1870 > Illinois > GALLATIN > SALINE MINES P O
Series: M593 Roll: 224 Page: 430
PURCELL Lewis 43 farmer NY
Mary 33, Melville 12, Charles 10, James 8, all b IL
FLANDERS Abner 80 NH
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NOTES ON DEBORAH HILL:
PER ROOTSWEB MESSAGE FROM K. POWELL:
that Deb's brother Morris Hill's (this is getting tricky) son Benjamin O Hill's widow Eliza Newman remarried Willis B Hargrave, son of Seth (I'm told; unverified for myself). This second set of children for Eliza includes a William Willis Hargrave. The 2 married 1878 and combined familes and made more ...AND..... Deborah's brothers (or half-brothers) Joseph and Morris (and maybe Abner too) HILL settled at Carmi late 1820s. Morris' son Benjamin O. HILL married Eliza NEWMAN. The HILL sibling's father was John of Tioga (later Chemung) Co, NY. Her brothers (half-brothers?) Morris married Caroline PERRYMAN 1837 Carmi, White Co, IL. Next came brother Joseph and NY-born wife Mary Ann WEAVER with 3 children - their first IL-born was Fanny b. 1842 Carmi, White Co, IL.
ABNER & DEBORAH'S CHILDREN:
George W FLANDERS b: 1821 in Tioga Co, NY
Charles G FLANDERS b: 1828 in probably Gallatin Co, IL
Abner FLANDERS b: abt 1830 in probably Gallatin Co, IL
Mary Elizabeth FLANDERS b: 10 Sep 1833 in Equality, Gallatin Co, IL
Chandler FLANDERS b: abt 1836 in probably Gallatin Co, IL
Sarah FLANDERS b: 1820 in Spencer twp, Tioga Co, NY
Nancy Jane ( Jane ) FLANDERS b: Mar 1824 in IL
Abiel FLANDERS b: 1834 in Gallatin Co, IL
John FLANDERS b: 1820 or bef in Tioga Co, NY
Cynthia Ann FLANDERS b: 1826 abt in Gallatin Co, IL
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ABNER FLANDERS 1, PROFILE
Birth: Nov. 18, 1754 Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts, USA
Death: Nov. 26, 1843 Equality, Gallatin County, Illinois, USA
Father: Richard FLANDERS
b: 1726 in Salisbury, MA
Mother: Mary FOWLER b: 1724 in NH
Marriage 1 Sarah CHANDLER
b: 15 Dec 1756 in Concord, NH
Father: Daniel CHANDLER
Mother: Sarah EASTMAN
Married: 14 Aug 1773 in Concord, NH
Abner Flanders
Revolutionary War Pension Application:
September 5, 1832, Abner Flanders of Northfield, New Hampshire, 77 years of age, deposed: that he volunteered at Concord, New Hampshire in April, 1775, for one month, under Capt. Abiel Chandler; marched directly to Cambridge, Mass. and served out his term; that he volunteered at Concord, New Hampshire in Sept. 1775 for two months under Capt. Joshua Abbott, Col. Stark; served out his term at Winter Hill, Mass. and was verbally discharged; that he enlisted again August 1, 1776 to serve until December 1, 1776 as a Sergeant under Capt. Benjamin Emery, Col. Baldwin; served at White Plains and North Castle, New York, his full term, and was verbally discharged; that he volunteered July 1, 1777 for three months as a Sergeant under Capt. Peter Kimball of Boscawen, New Hampshire; went to Bennington and served in that battle, was stationed there until his time was out, when he was verbally discharged; that he enlisted at Salisbury, New Hampshire in July, 1781 under Capt. Ebenezer Webster, as a Sergeant; marched to Col. Johnson's fort at Haverhill, N. H. then to Newbury, Vermont where he was stationed to guard the inhabitants from the Indians during his whole term and then received a verbal discharge; that he was born in Salisbury, Mass. in 1754; was moved to Concord, New Hampshire by his father, when very young, and lived there until 1780; then in Jefferson, Landaff and Pembroke, New Hampshire until June, 1832 when he moved to Northfield, New Hampshire where he now resides.

From: DESCENDANTS OF STEPHEN FLANDERS OF SALISBURY MASS, 1646 pp 87-88, the children of Abner Flanders Sr:
1 Molly b 1774 m Jonathan Carter
2 Charles b 1776 m Nancy Shute
3 Sarah b 1779 m Abner Dimond
4 Nathan b 1782 m Alice Cory
5 Samuel b 1785 m Miss Farley
6 Christopher b 1788 m Sarah Powers
7 Abner b 1790 m Deborah Hill
8 Nancy b 1794 m John Hannaford
9 Origen b 1797 d 2 years old
10 Apphia b 1801

AGBI shows 2 entries, Volume 55, p. 8:
B. 1854 MA or born 1855 NH; descendant of Stephen Flanders, serg.Rev.War
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PROFILE:
Elizabeth A (Lizzie) PROCTOR
Birth: 1868 in Hamilton Co, IL
Death: 1896 in IL
Father: William S PROCTOR
Mother: Mary BIGGERSTAFF
Marriage (1) Abner FLANDERS b: 1866 in Gallatin Co, IL
Married: 9 Jun 1892 in Gallatin Co, IL
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PROFILE:
Rosetta (Etta) Loretta ETHERTON
Birth: 1872 in Saline Co, IL
Death: 1936 in Equality, Gallatin Co, IL
Father: Andrew J ETHERTON b: 1840 in IN
Mother: Josephine ENDICOTT b: 10 Oct 1844 in Posey, IN
Marriage (1) Abner FLANDERS b: 1866 in Gallatin Co, IL
Married: abt 1904 in IL
NOTE: 1920 U.S. Census • Illinois • Gallatin • Equality • ED# 34
Abner FLANDERS 54 manager, flour mill
Etta 47 IN IN IN
Noah B 16 IL
Lucien 13 IL
Nell sister 47 IL IL IL
Josephine ETHERTON mother in law 76 IN IN IN
Roscoe ETHERTON nephew 11 IL IL IL
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Flanders:
Abiel
b Gallatin Co. 1834‑‑‑
son of ABNER & DEBORAH HILL Flanders

Nicholas P.
b New Hampshire 1811----
NOTE: WHO IS THIS NICHOLAS?

Apphia
b Concord, N.H. 1801-1854

James C.
1852-1854
son of CHARLES G. & SARAH HARGRAVE Flanders

Abner 1790‑1878

George W.
b in Tioga Co. N.Y.
1821‑1861 son of Abner & Deborah

Elizabeth PROCTOR
1823-1851
wife of G. W.,
SISTER OF JULIA PROCTOR WHO MARRIED AUGUSTUS FLANDERS

Lucy H.TOWLE
1833‑1855
wife of G. W.

DORASMUS I.
1855-1904
SON OF CHARLES G. & SARAH HARGRAVE

Wife Martha Lou MOORE
1858‑1954
(Martha L. Carnahan)

Alves R. (ALVIN)
SON OF DORASMUS & MARTHA LOU MOORE
1893-1918,

FRANK Fred
SON OF CHARLES & SARAH HARGRAVE
AUGUST 1890‑1923

Charles G.
SON OF ABNER & DEBORAH
1828-1879
father of DORASTUS L.,

Erma 1898-

Abner
SON OF CHARLES G. & SARAH HARGRAVE
1866-1943

wife Rosetta ETHERTON
1872-1936 (stob)

wife Lizzie
1868-1896
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Riverside Cemetery
Montgomery, Kane County, Illinois

Flanders, Agnes M.,
b. 1851, d. 1934,
mother, w/o James
Flanders, James,
b. 1850, d. 1926,
Father
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HARRY FLANDERS
FATHER: OSCAR PEABODY FLANDERS
MOTHER: HESTER BLAIR FLANDERS
BORN: 1 Jan 1896
DIED: Jun 1968
AGE: 72 Eldorado, Saline, IL
Social Security Number: 361-32-8455
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EQUALITY, GALLATIN CO. ILLINOIS CENSUS YEAR?

F. M. MCLAIN Self-M-M-W-22-IL.
Occ; Farmer- Fa, KY-MO-IRE
emma-Wife-M-M-W-19- IL.
Keeping House-Fa, ?-MO. IRE.
NOTE: THIS IS FRANCIS MCCLAIN, SON OF FRANKLIN AND NANCY PURCELL MCCLAIN. I DON'T KNOW WHY HE SAID HIS MOTHER WAS BORN IN IRELAND...SHE CLEARLY WASN'T.
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ADDITIONAL SOURCES:
Records from Gallatin Co. Commissioners
Record Book of 1850’s

George W. Flanders be supervisor on road West from courthouse in Equality to the junction with St. Louis Road, also on Carmi Road from courthouse on road by Robert Siddall farm. Bounds begin at courthouse thence to Siddall's, thence to line between I?D. Towle's and William Siddall's farm, thence to St. Louis Road, thence to beginning.
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William Siddall received license to keep storehouse at corner of Main Cross and Clinton Streets, upon payment of $75 cash to county treasurer. Bond for this Equality store was by Abner Flanders and Benjamin F. White.
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Chalon Guard was appointed supervisor of road and street, commencing at Clinton St. and crossing Lane St. and the bridge, to the hickory tree. Samuel and Parmenus Redman, William McCaleb, N. Flanders, Franklin Grayson, H. Sittes, Mr. Beech, J. Gregory, G. Burk. M. S. Ensminger, A. W. Pool, B.T. Ensminger and E. Hayward are appointed to work said street.
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N. P. Flanders be supervisor on Clinton St. commencing at Jackson St and running west until it intersects the road running out from Lane Street, with these hands (to wit) Joseph Gregory, Willis Pinnel, B. F. & S. W. White, A. H. Trousdale, William Kelly, John C. Yost and any others within these bounds at time of working said road.
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John Flanders, be supervisor of road commencing at court house and leading to his house and James W. Hamilton, Charles Osborn, John N. Smith, Joseph Hopper, and Soloman Holt are appointed you to work said road
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1880 CENSUS, EQUALITY

MCCLAIN, FRANKLIN-AGE 49-FARMER
NANCY-WIFE-AGE 44
JESSIE-SON-AGE 24-FARMER
FRANCIS-SON AGE 22-FARMER
EMMA-AGE 19- WIFE OF FRANCIS
CALVIN-SON-AGE 20-FARMER
LUCY-DAU-AGE 17
ELLEN-DAU-AGE 15
CLARISSA-DAU-AGE 13
LEWIS-SON-AGE 11
GUY-SON-AGE 9
VIOLA-DAU-AGE 6
IVA-DAU-AGE 4
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CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 1855 DIRECTORY:

E. J. FLANDERS
GROCER

GEORGE W. FLANDERS
FLANDERS & WADSWORTH GROCERS
173 SOUTH WATER ST.
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JONES CEMETERY

Hargrave, Lorenzo 1839‑1913,
SON OF HEZEKIAH & CAROLINE HARGRAVE
BROTHER OF SARAH HARGRAVE
w Artemissa (BLACKMAN) 1834‑1920,
Louella 1866‑50
son Frank 1887‑66
Aunt Minnie 1870-­
NOTE: LORENZO & ARTEMISSA MARRIED: 25 DEC 1860 , Saline, Illinois
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GALLATIN CO, Death Index, 1916–1950-FLANDERS

FLANDERS ABNER
M/W 1943
GALLATIN EQUALITY VIL

FLANDERS CORDELIA
F/W GALLATIN EQUALITY
28-04-25

FLANDERS FRED
M/W 1925-
GALLATIN EAGLE CREEK TWP 25-01-21

FLANDERS OLEVIA PAULINE
F/W 1922-01-28
GALLATIN EAGLE CREEK TWP

FLANDERS ROSETTA
F/W Y-63 1935-03-15
GALLATIN EQUALITY

FLANDERS SARAH
F/W 1917
GALLATIN NORTH FORK TWP
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Gallatin County, IL 1850 Federal Census

Flanders George W.-28- M- Farmer-360-N. Y.
Flanders Elizabeth-25-F Ky
NOTE: ELIZABETH "LIZZIE" PROCTOR
Flanders John-3-M-Ill
NOTE: MARRIED CORDELIA CANDICE NOLAN
Flanders Nancy J.-4/12- F-Ill

Flanders Abner- 60-M-Farmer-2,000-N. Y.
Flanders Deborah-56-F-N. Y.
NOTE: DEBORAH HILL
Flanders Charles-21-M-Laborer-Ill
(NOTE) MARRIED SARAH HARGRAVE
Flanders Abner- 19-M-Laborer-Ill
Flanders Mary-16-F-Ill
Flanders Chandler-14-M-Il
NOTE: CHANDLER MARRIED: LOUISA HOLEMAN, 11 MAY 1856 Gallatin, Illinois
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Hargrave Hezekiah-51-M-Farmer-Ky
Hargrave Caroline-48-F-Penn
Hargrave Leonard-18-M-Laborer
Ill
Hargrave Sarah-15-F-Ill
(NOTE) MARRIED CHARLES FLANDERS
Hargrave Emily-12-F-Ill
Hargrave Lorenzo-1-Il
Hargrave Lucy Ann-7-F-Ill
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Towle Eliza-51-F- N. Y.
Towle Lucy-16-F- Ill
(NOTE) MARRIED GEORGE W. FLANDERS (2ND. WIFE)
Towle-Chalen-13-M- Ill
Towle Joseph-12-M-Ill
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Davenport Randle(RANDALL)
W.-32-M-Farmer-1,500-Tenn
Davenport Sarah-30-F-N. Y.
NOTE: DAUGHTER OF ABNER & DEBORALL HILL FLANDERS
Davenport Abner-6-M-Ill
Davenport Deborah-4-F-Ill
Davenport Sarah A.-2-F-Ill
Davenport George W.-6/12- M-Ill
NOTE: RANDALL & SARAH WERE MARRIED, 17 FEB 1842 Gallatin, Illinois
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AUGUSTUS LOWELL FLANDERS FAMILY:

AUGUSTUS "A.L. OR GUS"
BORN MARCH 18, 1882
DIED 1954
MARRIED JULIA E. PROCTOR
BORN JULY 14, 1884
DIED JULY 1961
DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM S. PROCTOR & MARY BIGGERSTAFF
CHILDREN:
1. FLORENCE L. FLANDERS
BORN OCTOBER 13, 1906
DIED DECEMBER 13, 1996
WILLIAMSPORT, WARREN CO. INDIANA
MARRIED E. L. MCCABE
2 CHILDREN: JAMES AND JULIA

2. MARGUERITE F. FLANDERS
BORN APRIL 10, 1910
DIED 1963, PEORIA, ILLINOIS
MARRIED: UNKNOWN WOLFE.
CHILD: JOHN WOLFE
MARRIED: UNKNOWN WEIR
MRRIED: UNKNOWN BOYER

3. PAUL A. FLANDERS
BORN MARCH 29, 1913
DIED OCTOBER 1968, MEMPHIS TENNESSEE
Social Security Number: 328-05-1355
MARRIED: ELIZABETH COOPER
CHILD: MARTHA

4. WILLIAM OSCAR FLANDERS
BORN: JANUARY 29, 1915, DANVILLE, VERMILLION CO.
DIED: DECEMBER 8, 1996, TEMPE, MARICOPS, AZ.
MARRIED: ETHEL ROBERTS, JUNE 12, 1943, WATSEKA, ILL. SHE WAS BORN FEBRUARY 22, 1917. DAUGHTER OF RUSSELL ROBERTS AND BERNICE HUNT.
CHILDREN:
DEBORAH J. BORN MARCH 11, 1945
SUZANNE, BORN JANUARY 2, 1947
WILLIAM R. BORN SEPT. 24. 1948
NANCY M. BORN JULY 26, 1952
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FAMILY OF OSCAR PEABODY FLANDERS &
HESTER BLAIR (1867-BEFORE 1920)

1. MYRTLE FLANDERS
BORN 1892
MARRIED BILL MAYHEW

2. GERTRUDE FLANDERS
BORN 1899

3. SALLY-SALLIE FLANDERS
BORN 1901

4. HARRY J. FLANDERS, JUDGE
BORN JANUARY 1, 1896
DIED JUNE 16, 1968, SALINE CO. ILLINOIS
MARRIED: BERNICE PORTER, 1903
CHILDREN: JAY & MARY ANN
NOTE: HARRY WAS A PROMINENT JUDGE IN EL DORADO ILLINOIS.

5. HERBERT E. FLANDERS
BORN OCTOBER 26, 1897
DIED MARCH 1964
OCCUPATION: FARMER

6. OSCAR FLANDERS
BORN 1906
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Spanish-American War Veteran
FLANDERS, KNIGHT F PVT C 1 IL INF CHICAGO
CONNECTION, IF ANY, UNKNOWN
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KOREAN WAR DEAD FROM ILLINOIS:

FLANDERS JOHN D CPL ARMY MARION ILLINOIS 05 SEP. 1950 KILLED IN ACTION
CONNECTION, IF ANY, UNKNOWN
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ILLINOIS SOLDIERS HELD AT ANDERSONVILLE PRISON:

FLANDERS N. PRIV.
CO. E, 14TH. INF.
ALSO 15TH REG. EXCHANGED MILLEN, GA APRIL 5, 1865
CONNECTION, IF ANY, UNKNOWN
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MORE FLANDERS CENSUS:

CHARLES AND SARAH FLANDERS:
1870 > Illinois > GALLATIN > EQUALITY P O
Series: M593 Roll: 224 Page: 355

FLANDERS C G 42 farmer, all b IL
Sarah 36, Dorastus 13, Oscar 9, Abner 5, Hezekiah 4/12 Feb
NOTE: THIS IS CHARLES & SARAH
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Census/1880/ILLINOIS/Gallatin County, Equality Precinct (actual census image as found on Ancestry.com)
ED#18, Supervisors District #8, Page No. 6, Dwelling #52, Family #58, Line #28, enumerated on June 17, 1880 by Charles D. Bailey

SARAH FLANDERS, age 44, widowed, keeping house, born in Illinois, father born in Indiana, mother born in Illinois / OSCAR P., age 19, son, farmer / ABNER, age 15, at home / HEZEKIAH, male, age 10, deaf and dumb, idiotic, cannot read, cannot write / NELLIE, female, age 7, daughter / All children and their parents born in Illinois.
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OSCAR PEABODY FLANDERS:
1900 > Illinois > GALLATIN > EQUALITY TWP
Series: T623 Roll: 301 Page: 244

FLANDERS Oscer P Aug1860 39 m10 farmer, all +parents b IL
Hester A Jul1867 32 m10 5/4
Myrtle Sep1892 7, Jesse H Jun1895 5, Herbert E Oct1896 3, Gertrude Apr1899 1, Augustus L? Mar1882 18, Frank Feb1887 13
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1910 > Illinois > GALLATIN > NORTH FORK TWP 1-PCT Series: T624 Roll: 289 Page: 83

FLANDERS O P 49 m2 m20 farmer, all +parents b IL
Hester 44 m1 m20 7/6
Myrtle 17, Harry 15, Herbert 13, Gertie 11, Sallie 9, Oscar 6
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1920 U.S. Census • Illinois • Gallatin • North Fork • ED# 37

FLANDERS Oscar 58 wid general farmer all+all parents all b NY
Harry 25
Herbert 23
Sallie 14
Oscar 14
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1930 Eldorado, Saline, Illinois; Roll: T626_554; Page: 14B; Enumeration District: 6; Image: 0384
Big Four Road, 11 Apr 1930

FLANDERS Oscar P 69 m21 IL IL IL constable township
Nola 58 m22 IN IN IL
NOTE: WHO IS NOLA?
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1850 US Census Equality, Gallatin Co, IL
ABNER FLANDERS:

Abner FLANDERS 60 farmer NY
Deborah 56 NY
Charles 21 laborer, Abner 19, Mary 16, Chandler 14 (all IL)
Simeon K GIBSON 35 cabinet maker NY
Nancy J 26 IL
Aphy 40 female NY

1860 > Illinois > GALLATIN > EQUALITY P O
Series: M653 Roll: 180 Page: 1031

FLANDERS Charles G 32 farmer IL
Sarah 25 IL
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Dorastus S FLANDERS 4 IL

1870 > Illinois > GALLATIN > EQUALITY P O
Series: M593 Roll: 224 Page: 355
FLANDERS C G 42 farmer, all b IL

Sarah 36, Dorastus 13, Oscar 9, Abner 5, Hezekiah 4/12 Feb
(next enumerated, in the household of Solomon Brown, blacksmith)
FLANDERS, John 20 farmer IL
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JOHN & CORDELIA FLANDERS:

1880 US census Equality, Gallatin Co, IL

John FLANDERS 34 laborer IL IL IL
Cornelia 27 TN NC NC
Gracie 7 IL IL TN
Elizabeth 4 IL IL TN
Delbert 1 IL IL TN
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1900 > Illinois > GALLATIN > EQUALITY TWP
Series: T623 Roll: 301 Page: 233

FLANDERS John May 1845 55 m28 IL NJ IL coal miner
Cordelia Mar1853 47 m28 9/4 TN NC NC
Delbert Feb1879 21 IL IL TN R R laborer
Lyman Feb1885 15 IL IL TN
WRIGHT Fred? K? Mar1893 7 grandson IL KY IL
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1910 > Illinois > GALLATIN > EQUALITY TWP
Series: T624 Roll: 289 Page: 43

FLANDERS John 65 m34 IL NY IL coal miner
Cordelia 57 m34 9/4 TN NC NC
Fred 17 grandson IL KY IL labor (illegible)
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1920 U.S. Census • Illinois • Gallatin • Equality • ED# 34

FLANDERS John 74 IL NJ IL laborer flour mill
Cordelia 66 TN NC NC
Cordelia 13 granddaughter IL MO IL
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1930 York, DuPage, Illinois; Roll: T626_511; Page: 28B; Enumeration District: 67; Image: 0475
North Ardmore Ave

AFFLERBACH Dee A 52 m26 IL PA WI salesman general merchandise
Elizabeth 54 m16 IL IL TN
Harvey? D 19 MO IL IL candy maker confectionery
FLANDERS John 86 wid fatherinlaw IL NY NY
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DEBORAH HILL:

Birth: 1794 in NY
Death: 1850 or aft in Gallatin Co, IL
Father: John 4 HILL b: 18 Mar 1759 in Kingston, Ulster Co, NY
Mother: Sarah COLYER b: abt 1763 in NY
NOTE: 1820 U.S. Census • New York • Tioga • Spencer
John HILL 21.2.1|111.1.|3
Abner FLANDERS 1...1.|1.1...|...
John SHOEMAKER .1..1.|11.1..|1..

Her father died intestate. In court papers by eldest brother Hugh, Deborah is stated as married surname Flanders, and gone to live "near the lead mines".
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Cordelia Candice NOLEN:

Birth:15 Mar 1853 in Nashville, Davidson Co, TN
Death: 23 Apr 1928 in Equality, Gallatin Co, IL
Father: John Mills NOLEN b: 1814 in NC
Mother: Sarah Reid BECK b: 1820 in NC
Marriage 1 John FLANDERS b: May 1845 in Equality, Gallatin Co, IL
Married: 22 Jan 1871 in Equality, Gallatin Co, IL
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MARTHA PURCELL,
WIFE # 3 OF GEORGE FLANDERS:
Birth: 1833
NOTE: Martha's brother Lewis married George's sister Mary Elizabeth FLANDERS.
1850 > Illinois > Gallatin > Equality
Roll: M432_107 Page: 405
PURCILL Eleanor 45 NY
Martha 18, Jesse 15, Louis 23, Nancy 14, Sarah 12, Lucy Ann 8, all b IL
Father: Nicholas PURCELL b: abt 1800 in NY
Mother: Eleanor DECKER b: 1805 in NY

NOTE: THIS CENSUS PROVES THAT MARTHA WAS A SISTER TO MY G-G-GRANDMOTHER, NANCY.
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Mary Elizabeth FLANDERS:
Birth: 10 Sep 1833 in Equality, Gallatin Co, IL
Death: Aug 1921 in Gallatin Co, IL
Father: Abner FLANDERS
Mother: Deborah HILL
Marriage: Lewis PURCELL b: 1827 in IL or Chemung Co, NY
Father: Nicholas (Percil) PURCELL
Mother: Eleanor DECKER
Married: 27 Aug 1856 in Gallatin Co, IL
NOTE: Mary's brother George W married Lewis' sister Martha Purcell.
Children:
Melville K PURCELL b: 24 Oct 1859 in IL
Charles C or O PURCELL b: Nov 1859 in IL
James Allen PURCELL b: Aug 1861 in IL
William Lewis PURCELL b: 1872 in Gallatin Co, IL
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CHANDLER FLANDERS:
Birth: abt 1836 in probably Gallatin Co, IL
Father: Abner FLANDERS
Mother: Deborah HILL
Marriage: Louisa HOLEMAN
abt 1841 in OH - probably Damascus, Columbiana Co
Father: Edward HOLEMAN
Mother: Mary Jane CARR
Married: 11 May 1856 in Gallatin Co, IL
Children:
Mary Jane FLANDERS b: abt 1858 in Gallatin Co, IL
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SARAH FLANDERS:
Birth: 1820 in Spencer twp, Tioga Co, NY
Death: 1877 in Gallatin Co, IL
Father: Abner FLANDERS
Mother: Deborah HILL
Marriage 1 Randle W DAVENPORT
b: abt 1815 in Knox Co., TN
Married: 17 Feb 1842 in Gallatin Co, IL
Children:
Abner Francis DAVENPORT b: 2 Mar 1844 in Gallatin Co, IL
Deborah F DAVENPORT b: 1846 in Gallatin Co, IL
Sarah A DAVENPORT b: 1848 in IL
George W DAVENPORT b: Mar 1850 in Eagle, Gallatin Co, IL
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ABNER & DEBORAH'S OTHER CHILDREN:

Abner FLANDERS
Birth: abt 1830 in probably Gallatin Co, IL
Military Service Civil War
NOTES: Civil War Pension Index:
Abner Flanders
State Filed:
Susan M. Flanders Relative:
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NANCY JANE FLANDERS:
Birth: Mar 1824 in IL
Death: 1910 or aft
Marriage: Simeon K GIBSON b: abt 1815
Married: 26 Feb 1844 in Gallatin Co, IL
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ABIEL FLANDERS:
Birth: 1834 in Gallatin Co, IL
Death: 1834 in Gallatin Co, IL
Burial Equality Village Cemetery, Gallatin Co, IL
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JOHN FLANDERS:
Birth: 1820 or bef in Tioga Co, NY
Death: 1838 - 1845 in Gallatin Co, IL
Marriage 1 Malenta HARGRAVE
b: 1820 abt in IL
Death: 1860 or bef in Gallatin Co, IL
Married: 1845 or bef in Gallatin Co, IL
NOTE: 1850 U.S. Census • Illinois • Gallatin • Equality
William HARGRAVE 27 farmer, all b IL
Cynthia A 24, George 4, John 3, Willie 1, Mary E 1/12
William H BLADES 27 farmer KY
Malitna 29 IL malenta
Aphse? E 1 f, IL aphia?
Mary HARGRAVE 18
NOTE: MALENTA NEXT MARRIED: William H BLADES b: 1822 abt in KY
Children:
Aphia BLADES b: 1849 abt in Equality, Gallatin Co, IL
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Oregon Native Son and Historical Magazine
Vol. 1 May, 1899 No. 1

Biographical * Captain John H. Couch


Captain Couch was born February 21, 1811, at Newburyport, Mass. Upon arriving at an age when he could set out for himself, he chose the seafaring life, and until 1840 his voyages were confined to the waters of the Atlantic. In that year he rounded the Horn in command of the brig Maryland, and was soon in the waters of the Columbia. This vessel was sold in the Sandwich islands, when he returned home. In 1843 his employers again sent him to this coast in the brig Chenamus, and on his arrival at Oregon City he opened a general merchandise store, remaining in charge of the same until 1847, in the meantime sending the vessel back to its home port. In 1848 he was again at Newburyport, when he received the commendation of his employers for his fidelity and prudence in the management of their affairs in this far away section. Again they tendered him further employment of a like nature, but he declined. He was, however, prevailed upon to again return in the interests of another firm, and in 1849 the Madonna unloaded cargo at Portland which he was to dispose of, leaving the ship in command of Captain Geo. H. Flanders, his brother-in-law. After Captain Flanders had made several trips, he also gave up following the sea, and went into co-partnership with Captain Couch. This firm remained unbroken until the death of the latter. Captain Couch was treasurer of the provisional government; he was commissioner of Multnomah county; he was the first appointee to the office of inspector of hulls, a position which he retained under all administrations until his decease. After the organization of the state government he served as port warden and pilot commissioner. In each and every trust confided to him, never did a custodian more wisely, honestly and with greater fidelity fulfill the duties devolving upon him. As in public employment, so in private life. He was an exemplary citizen, and so genial and whole-souled in disposition that he was personally known and esteemed by every man, woman and child in Portland. What is known as Couch's addition to Portland was his donation claim, but little of it now remains uncovered by residences or buildings devoted to the various trades, manufactories and enterprises known to the city. Early in life Captain Couch was married to Miss Caroline E. Flanders. The union was blessed with four daughters, the three eldest becoming the wifes of Dr. R.B. Wilson, C.H. Lewis and Dr. Rodney Glisan; the youngest, Miss Mary H., is a native daughter. Captain Couch died January 19, 1870; his wife survived him until July 19, 1885.

Mrs. Couch was also born in Newburyport, Mass. She was a little over three years older than her husband, having been born October 24, 1807.

Of all the people who have been Oregonians, and especially residents of Portland, none were more highly esteemed during life, or their death more regretted, than this pioneer father and mother.

FROM OREGON PIONEERS:
COUCH, Capt. John H. (1811-1870): m'd FLANDERS, Caroline E.; a sailor who made many voyages during the years preceding 1839; a representative of the Cushing family in Massachusetts; entered the Columbia River in the spring of 1840 on board the brig Maryland; arrived again in 1843 in command of the brig Chenamus of Boston; remained in Oregon country kept a store in Oregon City until 1845; moved to Portland and took up claim; went east in 1847; arrived back in Portland in August 1849 on the bark Madonna; located permanently in Portland; held many offices and positions.
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Willard Flanders, today has a painting of the coat of arms of the Flanders family, which he executed himself. On the coat of arms is the name DeFlandres. There are two lions one on either side of the shield with three stars and one lion in the center of the shield. The shield is topped by a helmet and crown, with a spread eagle on top of it. The shield is surrounded by scroll.
The meaning of the coat of arms is interesting. The shield -- the black chevron, accompanied ‘by three black stars -- was the arms or the count of Thierry. The escutcheon is the arms of the counts of Flanders; the superposition of the escutcheon bearing the arms of the count of Flanders, denotes a alliance between the count of Flanders and the Thierry family. The helmet is of steel, barred with gold, inclining to a profile. This denotes the helmet of nobility. The full faced helmet of gold was used only for kings and princes of the blood royal. The Coronet, is a ducal coronet, or crest coronet, chased and jeweled, and, in the representment, showing three strawberry leaves and supporting the crest. The crest is an eagle with wings spread. The supporters are two lions, rampant. “Rampant” signifies that only one eye, and one ear can be seen, with the head in profile, and that the beast stands upright.
Prestige Required

The origin of the supporters is ascribed to the practice at the tournaments. Only those of noble descent or warlike renown were permitted to participate in these chivalrous pastimes. Each contestant to prove his title to these qualifications, exhibited his armorial shield upon the barriers and pavilions within the lists. Pages and esquires attended to watch their masters’ escutcheons, and it is stated that the armor bearers, who were thus employed, enveloped themselves in the skills of lions or bears, and that this gave rise to the custom of using supporters.
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Flanders, Alvan (1825-1884) — of San Francisco, Calif.; Wallula, Walla Walla County, Wash. Born in Hopkinton, Merrimack County, N.H., August 2, 1825. Republican. Member of California state assembly 5th District, 1861-62; Delegate to U.S. Congress from Washington Territory, 1867-69; Governor of Washington Territory, 1869-70. Died in San Francisco, Calif., March 14, 1884. Original interment at Laurel Hill Cemetery (which no longer exists), San Francisco, Calif.; reinterment to unknown location.

Flanders, Benjamin Franklin (1816-1896) — also known as Benjamin F. Flanders — of New Orleans, Orleans Parish, La. Born in Bristol, Grafton County, N.H., January 26, 1816. Republican. U.S. Representative from Louisiana at-large, 1862-63; Military Governor of Louisiana, 1867-68; mayor of New Orleans, La., 1870-72; candidate for Louisiana state treasurer, 1888. Episcopalian. Opposed secession in 1861, driven out of New Orleans, leaving his family behind; returned in 1862 when the city is taken by Union troops. Died near Youngsville, Lafayette Parish, La., March 13, 1896. Interment at Metairie Cemetery, New Orleans, La.

Flanders, Carroll W. — of Bow, Merrimack County, N.H. Delegate to New Hampshire state constitutional convention from Bow, 1948. Still living as of 1948.

Flanders, Earl Leon (b. 1888) — also known as Earl L. Flanders — of Orange, Orange County, Vt. Born in Orange, Orange County, Vt., September 22, 1888. Republican. Member of Vermont state house of representatives, 1939, 1945; member of Vermont state senate from Orange County, 1947. Protestant. Burial location unknown.

Flanders, Ella Jean — of Excelsior Springs, Clay County, Mo. Democrat. Delegate to Democratic National Convention from Missouri, 1940. Female. Still living as of 1940.

Flanders, F. H. — of Washington. Prohibition candidate for U.S. Representative from Washington 5th District, 1914. Burial location unknown.
Flanders, Franklin (b. 1902) — of Weare, Hillsborough County, N.H. Born in Manchester, Hillsborough County, N.H., August 23, 1902. Republican. Alternate delegate to Republican National Convention from New Hampshire, 1944; member of New Hampshire Governor's Council, 1947-49; delegate to New Hampshire state constitutional convention from Weare, 1948. Congregationalist. Member, Grange; Freemasons; Knights Templar; Shriners; Elks; Odd Fellows. Presumed deceased. Burial location unknown.

Flanders, Gary A. — of New Hampshire. Libertarian. Candidate for U.S. Representative from New Hampshire 1st District, 1996. Still living as of 1996.

Flanders, Howard R. — of Nashua, Hillsborough County, N.H. Member of New Hampshire Governor's Council, 1951-55. Still living as of 1955.

Flanders, James — of Warner, Rockingham County (now Merrimack County), N.H. Member of New Hampshire state house of representatives from Warner, 1787-94, 1806-07; member of New Hampshire state senate 8th District, 1794-99, 1800-04. Burial location unknown.

Flanders, John S. — of Michigan. Democrat. Candidate for Michigan state senate 6th District, 1906. Burial location unknown.

Flanders, L. B. — of Bridgeport, Lawrence County, Ill. Democrat. Delegate to Democratic National Convention from Illinois, 1944. Still living as of 1944.
Flanders, Myron Cyrus (b. 1855) — also known as Myron C. Flanders — of North Tunbridge, Tunbridge, Orange County, Vt. Born in Strafford, Orange County, Vt., October 9, 1855. Republican. Farmer; member of Vermont state house of representatives from Tunbridge, 1910. Universalist. Burial location unknown.

Flanders, Philip — of Warner, Rockingham County (now Merrimack County), N.H. Member of New Hampshire state house of representatives from Warner, 1815. Burial location unknown.

Flanders, Mrs. R. G. — of Oconto, Oconto County, Wis. Republican. Alternate delegate to Republican National Convention from Wisconsin, 1932. Female. Presumed deceased. Burial location unknown.

Flanders, Ralph Edward (1880-1970) — also known as Ralph E. Flanders — of Springfield, Windsor County, Vt. Born in Barnet, Caledonia County, Vt., September 28, 1880. Republican. Delegate to Republican National Convention from Vermont, 1940; U.S. Senator from Vermont, 1946-59. Congregationalist. Member, United World Federalists. Died in Springfield, Windsor County, Vt., February 19, 1970. Cremated; ashes interred at Summer Hill Cemetery, Springfield, Vt.

Flanders, Royal C. (b. 1861) — of Orange, Orange County, Vt. Born in Orange, Orange County, Vt., June 18, 1861. Republican. Farmer; deputy sheriff; member of Vermont state house of representatives from Orange, 1910. Congregationalist. Burial location unknown.

Flanders, Timothy — of Warner, Merrimack County, N.H. Member of New Hampshire state house of representatives from Warner, 1825. Burial location unknown.
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Name: T. W. Flanders
Born:
Died:
Occupation: Insurance, Real estate
County: Ellsworth
Town: Kanopolis
Party: Republican
District: 80
Chamber: House 1957, 1958, SS1958
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Name: Wade R. Flanders
Born: October 15, 1865 in Washington County, Ohio.
Died: March 15, 1949
Occupation: Farmer, Insurance
County: Ellsworth
Town: Ellsworth
Party: Republican
District: 80
Chamber: House 1923, SS1923, 1925, 1927, SS1928, 1929, SS1930, 1941,
1943, 1945
Notes:
Source material: 1943 KANSAS LEGISLATIVE DIRECTORY. (Topeka, Kan.)
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STEVEN FLANDERS appears to have arrived in this country between 1623-1648, and is first found as a resident of Gorgeana, Maine, now known as York. He then moved to Salisbury, Massachusetts, in 1649-50 and became active in town affairs there. There is no record of his ever becoming a Freeman because church membership was a requirement and Steven never joined a church. However, on February 8, 1651, he did take the "Oath of Fidelitie." His occupation was that of planter or farmer. He was a man of education because he could read and sign his name, and he seems to have parlayed this education into some wealth. In 1650 his holdings were an acre and a half for a house lot, while in 1684 at the time of his death (June 27, 1684, in Salisbury) he owned 74 acres of land and his estate was valued at 300 pounds. He married JANE SANDUSKY prior to 1646. It is not known was her last name was, but she was supposed to have been a Christianized Indian, possibly of the Sandusky tribe.
As early as the late 1500's, the Sandusky tribe lived on the banks of the Sandusky River in Ohio. For some reason the tribe splintered and went in opposite directions; some to OKlahoma; the rest to New York. The New York tribe was absorbed into the Iriquois tribe. Some of the early missionaries from Jamestown reached that area and took some of the tribe to upper New England to be Christianized. As tradition says that Jane was a Christianized Indian, it is highly likely that she was an Iriquois of Sandusky descent. And also explains why she would have been in that area when Steven Flanders arrived. Jane Flanders died in Salisbury on November 19, 1683.

(II) Stephen (2), son of Stephen (1) and Jane Flanders, was born March 8, 1646. He married, December 28, 1670, Abigail Carter, daughter of Thomas and Mary Carter. He was a resident of Salisbury, Massachusetts, where he died in the latter half of his ninety-ninth year, October 6, 1744. Children: Thomas, Stephen (3), Thomas (2), Daniel, see forward; Joseph, Philip, Sarah, Philip (2), Jane Jeremiah and Abigail.

(III) Daniel, son of Stephen and Abigail (Carter) Flanders, was born March 16, 1675. He lived in Amesbury, Massachusetts. He married and had issue: Daniel (2) and Jedediah.

(IV) Jedediah, son of Daniel Flanders, was born April 13, 1705. He married, January 3, 1728, Eleanor Barnard. Children: Sarah, Timothy, Hannah, Daniel, Barnard, Eleanor and Jedediah, see forward.

(V) Jedediah (2), son of Jedediah (1) and Eleanor (Barnard) Flanders, was born August 29, 1748. In 1795 he removed to Cornville, Maine, where he purchased a large tract of land, built a mill and lived to be seventy-five years of age. He died December 6, 1823, aged seventy-five years.
He married, February 8, 1770, Judith Tewksbury. Children:
Molly, born June 8, 1770.
Jonathan, October 8, 1771.
Thomas, October 20, 1773.
Sarah, February 25, 1776.
William, November 19, 1778.
Jedediah (3), March 18, 1781.
Jacob, April 17, 1783.
Judith, June 1, 1785.
Eleanor, May 4, 1787.
Daniel,
Moses, June 23, 1791.
(VI) Daniel, son of Jedediah (2) and Judith (Tewksbury) Flanders, was born April 28, 1789. He removed either from Cornville, Maine, or Salisbury, Massachusetts, and settled in New Hampshire along the Connecticut river. Prior to 1830 he removed to Bombay, Franklin county, New York, thence to Parishville, St. Lawrence county, where he died. He married Fannie Flanders, a kinswoman (second cousin). Children: Parker, Martha, Arthur, (see forward); Albert E., Caroline.

(VII) Arthur, son of Daniel and Fannie (Flanders) Flanders, was born in Bombay, Franklin county, New York, March 17, 1831. He married, in 1853, Mary Lovell. Children:

Arthur W., born February 12, 1855; married Julia Dewey, and had Grace B. and George Emerson Flanders.
Imogene, born July 6, 1857, married Lewis Putnam, and had Charles, Edith and Florence.
George Lovell: His Biography is on his oown page
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The picture of the old Flanders Homestead on Elm Street, Amesbury as painted by Willard E. Flanders descendant of Steven Flanders who built the house about 1650, was presented to Mrs. Edith (Flanders) Dunbar of Manchester Vt., last week, when Flanders visited there. Mrs. Dunbar wrote the genealogy, “The Flanders Family From Europe to America.”

The Amesbury public library has a copy of the book, for anyone interested in reading, not only about the descendants of a famous Amesbury family which settled here over 300 years ago, but the many things which happened during this period, in which they took part. The book starts with Steven Flanders as the first generation Flanders here in America and carries the genealogy down to the present (10th) generation of Flanders people, several of which are Amesburyites.

Century old houses, heritage of America, have interesting back­ grounds because they were a part of those who formed our great country, the United States of Am­erica. In Amesbury we have several such houses, some of which are showplaces while others are still being used as homes. However, those being lived in today have had changes made. Many have kept some of the original characteristics, so one still feels the at­mosphere of centuries ago. One such house is the old salt box.” three houses below the fam­ous Rocky Hill meeting house, on Elm street. It is now the property of George Pike. It was built by Steven Flanders a-round 1650.

See a photo of Willard and his painting in out photo section.
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Enoch C. Flanders, was the famous town crier in Newburyport, and had the distinction at that time to be the only one in the United States. It is known that the Flanders people were exiled from Northern France, now Belgium, in the 1400s, in the Province of Flanders during the French Revolution. During World War 1, the name Flanders’ Field became well known. They fled from the castle of counts of Flanders, at Ghent in Belgium.
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Flanders, Abner, Newbury, VT, 36 Private, 9th Vermont Infantry, Co. G.

Flanders, Abner J., Unknown, 0 Private, U.S. Infantry, -.

Flanders, Albert P., Corinth, VT, 19 Private, 11th Vermont Infantry, Co. I.

Flanders, Alden P., Springfield, VT, 21 Private, 3rd Vermont Infantry, Co. A.

Flanders, Caleb, Glover, VT, 29 Private, 7th Vermont Infantry, Co. H.

Flanders, Charles A., Corinth, VT, 22 Private, 9th Vermont Infantry, Co. G.

Flanders, Charles W., Sheffield, VT, 20 Private, 10th Vermont Infantry, Co. A.

Flanders, Daniel H., Bradford, VT, 25 Private, 9th Vermont Infantry, Co. G.

Flanders, Daniel L., Bradford, VT, 24 Private, 12th Vermont Infantry, Co. H.

Flanders, Daniel M., Bradford, VT, 23 Private, 1st Vermont Infantry, Co. D.

Flanders, Edmund G., Bradford, VT, 26 Private, 1st Vermont Infantry, Co. D.

Flanders, Edwin B., Chelsea, VT, 22 Private, Vermont Light Artillery, 2nd Battery.

Flanders, Edwin J., Springfield, VT, 19 Private, 3rd Vermont Infantry, Co. A.

Flanders, Ezra W., Bradford, VT, 30 Private, 12th Vermont Infantry, Co. H.

Flanders, George A., Vershire, VT, 22 Private, 9th Vermont Infantry, Co. G.

Flanders, George L., Washington, VT, 18 Private, 10th Vermont Infantry, Co. G.

Flanders, George S., Alexandria, NH, 20 Private, 4th Vermont Infantry, Co. C.

Flanders, George T., Chelsea, VT, 19 Private, Vermont Light Artillery, 2nd Battery.

Flanders, George T., Unknown, 0 1st Sergeant, Massachusetts, -.

Flanders, George W., Sharon, VT, 0 Sailor, U. S. Navy, -.

Flanders, George W., Bradford, VT, 21 1st Lieutenant, 6th Vermont Infantry, Co. I.

Flanders, George W., Hardwick, VT, 25 Private, 3rd Vermont Infantry, Co. C.

Flanders, George W., Tunbridge, VT, 33 Private, 12th Vermont Infantry, Co. D.

Flanders, George W., Sharon, VT, 19 Private, 2nd Vermont Infantry, Co. E.

Flanders, Gideon E., Roxbury, VT, 19 Private, 9th Vermont Infantry, Co. I.

Flanders, Harvey J., Lyndon, VT, 38 Wagoner, 15th Vermont Infantry, Co. G.

Flanders, Henry C., Rutland, VT, 23 Private, 1st Vermont Cavalry, Co. M.

Flanders, John P., Montpelier, VT, 24 Private, 13th Vermont Infantry, Co. I.

Flanders, John W., Morristown, VT, 20 Private, 7th Vermont Infantry, Co. K.

Flanders, Jonathan H., Walden, VT, 26 Private, 3rd Vermont Infantry, Co. C.

Flanders, Joseph T., Rochester, VT, 0 Private, 1st Vermont Cavalry, Co. I.

Flanders, Joshua A., Fletcher, VT, 18 Private, 9th Vermont Infantry, Co. K.

Flanders, Luke A., Orange, VT, 31 Private, 2nd Vermont Infantry, Co. F.

Flanders, Luther, Wilmington, VT, 44 Private, 9th Vermont Infantry, Co. I.

Flanders, Moses L., Unknown, 0 Private, Massachusetts, -.

Flanders, O. S., Unknown, 0 Private, Rhode Island, -.

Flanders, Royal C., Orange, VT, 39 Hospital Steward, 9th Vermont Infantry, Staff.

Flanders, Royal C., Orange, VT, 27 Private, 2nd Vermont Infantry, Co. F.

Flanders, Stanislaus Pulaski, Pittsfield, VT, 38 Private, 9th Vermont Infantry, Co. B.

Flanders, Stephen B., Clarendon, VT, 19 Private, 1st U.S. Sharpshooters, Co. F.

Flanders, Taylor L., Craftsbury, VT, 22 Private, 3rd Vermont Infantry, Co. I.

Flanders, Thomas N., Braintree, VT, 21 Private, 8th Vermont Infantry, Co. G.

Flanders, Volney R., Stockbridge, VT, 21 Private, 1st Vermont Cavalry, Co. C.

Flanders, Volney R., Rochester, VT, 19 Private, 4th Vermont Infantry, Co. E.

Flanders, Wallace M., Unknown, 0 Unknown, New York, -.

Flanders, William Dana, Clarendon, VT, 25 Private, 2nd Vermont Infantry, Co. B.
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Union Cemetery, Amesbury Massachusetts
FINAL RESTING PLACE OF:

Flanders, Jarvis, Salisbury. Sergeant, Capt. Henry Morrill's co., Col. Caleb Cushing's regt., which marched April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 8 days

His Wife
Mary Davis
1742-1775

Benaiah
1769-1771

Benaiah
1772-1815
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THE FOLLOWING FLANDERS VETERANS NEED MORE INFORMATION ADDED TO THEIR BIOS.
IF YOU HAVE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION OTHER THAN WHAT IS LISTED HERE, PLEASE CONTACT ME.

Josiah Haynes FLANDERS, Private, enlisted Nov 26 1861, age 37; claimed residence Boscawen; promoted Saddler Nov 1 1863; mustered out Cloud's Mills, VA July 15 1865; last reported residence Boscawen, NH.

Curtis Flanders of the 6th New Hamphire concerning the battle of Camden (aka South Mills or Sawyer's Lane)fought on 19 April 1862 at South Mills, North Carolina. This was the first battle that the regiment was involved in. Buried at New Bern National Cemetery in an unmarked grave.

Rothois FLANDERS, Musician, enlisted Oct 3 1862, age 19; claimed residence Concord; mustered out Concord, NH. Aug 13 1863.

W. W. FLANDERS, credited to Manchester, Hillsborough

Job FLANDERS, Private, enlisted May 5 1864, age 44, claimed residence Dover; mustered out July 28 1864.

Irad E. FLANDERS, Hanover; drafted Nov. 14, 1863; died of disease Oct. 25, 1864.
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WAR OF 1812:

Flanders, Ezekiel
ROLL OF CAPT. WILLIAM KENDALL'S MOUNTED COMPANY, (Probably from Ross County OHIO)
Served from September 13, until September 20, 1814.
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REVOLUTIONARY WAR:

Flanders, Stephen,
Private; Capt. Samuel Richard's Co., Col. John Stark's Regt.; enlisted Apr. 23, 1776; 3 months, 16 days; Capt. Benjamin Stone's Co., Col. Alexander Scammel's Regt.; enlisted May, 1777; Northern New York.
Engaged in the Battle of Bunker Hill
Captain Richards' Company, which marched from Goffstown on the 23rd of April (1775), now formed a part of Colonel Stark's Regiment at Medford. This regiment took a very important part in the engagement of that day. Stark's Regiment sustained a loss, killed and wounded, of sixty men. The hihghest of any regiment engaged save one, Colonel Prescott's, which had forty-three killed and forty-six missing.
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On list of men belonging to Windham, who performed service in the Continental army and drafted militia during the revolutionary war, for three years. SOURCE: [26] History of the Town of Windham, 1873; page 100.
FLANDERS, Daniel of Amesbury. Enlisted after April 28, 1777 as "private soldiers or non-commissioned officers agreeable to the order of Court;" to serve two months and paid three pounds. SOURCE: [39] The History of Amesbury, 1880; page 268.
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FLANDERS, David of Salisbury. Private, Capt. Henry Morrill's co., Col. Caleb Cushing's regt., which marched April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 8 days. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 5, page 760.
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FLANDERS, Hezekiah of Salisbury. Private, Capt. Jonathan Evans's co. of Minutemen, Col. James Frye's regt., which marched on the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 7 days; also, Capt. Jonathan Evens's co., Col. James Frye's (1st) regt.; return of men in camp at Cambridge, dated May 17, 1775; also, same co. and regt.; company receipt for advance pay for 1 month dated Camp at Cambridge, June 28, 1775; also, same co. and regt.; company return dated Cambridge, Oct. 6, 1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Cambridge, Nov. 13, 1775; also, Sergeant, Capt. Jonathan Evans's co., Col. Samuel Johnson's regt.; engaged Aug. 18, 1777; discharged Nov. 30, 1777; service, 3 mos. 26 days, travel included, in Northern department; roll sworn to in Middlesex Co. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 5, page 760.
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FLANDERS, Jacob of Salisbury. Private, Capt. Henry Morrill's co., Col. Caleb Cushing's regt., which marched April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 7 days; also, Capt. John Peabody's co., Col. Ebenezer Francis's [p.761] regt.; pay abstract for travel allowance to and from camp, etc., sworn to Nov. 29, 1776; credited with 3 days allowance; company drafted from Salisbury, Newburyport, Bradford, Haverhill, Methuen, Boxford, and Andover. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 5, page 761.
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FLANDERS, Jarvis of Salisbury. Sergeant, Capt. Henry Morrill's co., Col. Caleb Cushing's regt., which marched April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 8 days. SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 5, page 761.
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FLANDERS, Levi of Amesbury. Enlisted after April 28, 1777 as "private soldiers or non-commissioned officers agreeable to the order of Court;" to serve two months and paid three pounds [page 268]. Enlisted Aug. 23, 1777, with a bounty of £4, 10s [page 271]. SOURCE: [39] The History of Amesbury, 1880; pages 268, 271.
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FLANDERS, Nathan of Salisbury. Private, Capt. Henry Morrill's co., Col. Caleb Cushing's regt., which marched April 20, 1775, in response to the alarm of April 19, 1775; service, 7 days.
SOURCE: [35] Secretary of the Commonwealth. Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution, Vol. 5, page 762.
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Flanders of Windham. Colored. On list of men belonging to Windham, who performed service in the Continental army and drafted militia during the revolutionary war, for three years.
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Capt. William Rogers 3d Company under command of Col. Samuel Gerrish of Newbury:
Private Job Flanders
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Capt. J. Smith's Company, Lieut. Col. J. Appleton's Regiment:
Private Flanders, Joseph
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Capt. T. Lancaster's Company, Lieut. Col. E. Hale's Regiment:
Charles Flanders, Musician
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Henry A. Flander of St. Johnsville in said County and a pensioner of the Militia, states, aged eighty four years and upwards, being duly sworn saith, that he knows his aforesaid that his brother Dennis A. Flander was a private in the Company of Batteauxmen commanded by Captain Evert Van Eps in the year 1776 (Several words crossed out in this spot) that he served in said company, that his said brother served in the militia in 1777 at the battle of Oriskany, that this deponent and said Dennis enlisted together in the spring of the year 1778 into the company of Batteauxmen commanded by Captain John Laffler, and together served in said company pursuant to their enlistment, that in 1780 when Col. Brown was killed said Dennis was on duty with the militia from the Regiment to which ??? longest in the same company with this deponent, to wit in October 1780, that when deponent was on duty under Col. Willett in the fall of 1781 said Dennis was on duty at the battle of Johnstown under Capt. Rightor of said militia and that said Dennis was in a fourth battle at Mud or Mudder Creek or Kill in the summer of 1781.
Subscribed and sworn this 12th day of October 1844 I Certify that said Henry Flander is a witness of credibility and that the foregoing affidavit was carefully read over to him and its contents explained to him before he signed or made his mark & sworn to the same.
NOTE: Second Battalion of Tryon County Militia
Private Flanders, Dennis Augustus, Palatine
PENSION APPLICATION:
State of New York
Montgomery County
On this day ? of September 1832 personally appearing before the Judge of the Court of Common Please for said County now sitting Dennis Augustus Flander a resident of the Town of Oppenheim, County of Montgomery, stated aforesaid age seventy four years born 15 of October 1757 who being duly sworn on his oath made the following declarations in order to obtain the benefice of the provision made by the act of Congress passed in June 7th, 1832, and he cited that service of the United States in the Revolutionary War in the militia of said state as a private served as herein after stated, viz: that about the first day of August 1777, he was called out to the service as a private and marched in the company of militia of Nicholas Rechter, Cap't; John Scholl, Lieu't; John Yost Schall Ensign in said company in the regiment of Jacob Klock Col. and Peter Waggoner Lieu't Col. I cannot recollect the name of the major, that he resided in the Town of Palatine in the said County where he entered the service, that he marched with the said company in said regiment from Palatine to Fort Herkimer where they stayed over night from thence marched on the north side of the Mohawk River to where Utica ? where they crossed over the river to the south side and on the south side marched up to Oriskany where he was engeged in the Oriskany Battle, the General Herkimer commanded the American militia in said battle where General Herkimer was wounded and Col. Ebenezer Cox of the Americans was killed and that the battle commenced about 10? on the 6th Aug. 1777 and the same evening of the battle, the Americans left Oriskany and went to Rome and around Rome the 8th? of the same month, having served about 8 days.
He has forgotten to state in order, that about 15 March 1776, he entered as a boatman for nine months in Cap't Van Epps Co. having no other officers that he lived in Palatine now Montgomery County aforesaid and that he entered as a boatman of said company and went to Schenectady on foot. There they loaded boats with provisions intended for Fort Stanwix. That took two days to go to Schenectady and were occupied at Schenectady as 23 days loading boats that they left Schenectady in the boats and went up the Mohawk River to Fort Stanwix in the boats with the provisions and that it took ? a week to go to Fort Stanwix. At Fort Stanwix we unloaded the boats and then went to Schenectady again and loaded provisions and carried same to same. Col. Gansvoort commanding at Fort Stanwix at the time, Col. Van Sch? months as ? down the river in the boats to Schenectady from Fort Stanwix. On the first of Jan. 1777 he enlisted services until about ? April 1778. He again enlisted as a boatman for nine months in the company of John Lefler Capt. there were no other officers to the company, that he resided in Palatine, now the County of Montgomery aforesaid, that he marched from Palatine to Schenectady on foot and from thence to Albany where he was ? in giving ? to other places in the loading of the boat ? to fetch and cut wood to Albany loaded ? in a sloop took the wood to Albany, that he was engaged at Albany for about three months, he cannot recollect whether sickness or some other reason he did not serve nine months that he left about April 1778 that about the middle of May 1779 he was called into service and entered ? time in the company of Nicholas Rechter, Cap't; John Scholl, Lieu't; John Jost Scholl was ensign in said company in the regiment of Jacob Klock, Col.; Christopher Fox, Major, that he doesn't recollect the other officers names that he resided in the town of Palatine and in the now County of Montgomery aforesaid when he entered said last mentioned service that he left said company about May 20, 1779, having served about three days in said company that they marched north from where he lived in Palatine aforesaid and came to the house of his Capt. that the next morning when Cap't Rechter was wounded in defending his house against the Tories and Indians that at ? three days he went home together with the others of said company that about 21 May 1770 he entered as a private in the company of John Hess Cap't; John Klock Lieu't the names of the other officers to his recollection and in the Reg't of Col. Jacob Klock that he remained in said company till the year of 1782 or when the war ceased, excepting several times as hereafter stated that he served in Cap't Christian Houses Company and that while in said Hess' Co. he was out repeatedly on scouting parties as a ranger and was called out each month from May 25, 1779 to 1782 and served about fifteen days each month on scouting parties as aforesaid excepting the several times he after mentioned when he served in Houses Co. in the now County of Herkimer and one time ? he cannot say ? out another time was gone ? days on the Royal Grant a place so called and he was ? months called out on scouting parties and served each month about 15 days while in said Hess Co. so each month he was relieved by other of said Co. which is the reason he did not serve out each month or during the whole time he was in Hess Co. that said Co. did not go on scouting parties ? of all the men belonging to it, but they relieved each other as before mentioned while in said Hess Co. he was engaged ? fall of 1780 as near as he can recollect the wheat and other produce was blackened and burned by the British under Sir John Johnson, that he was in the battle under Gen. Van Rensaleer against the British and Tories and the Indians near the Mohawk River at fording place that the Indians and Tories were under the command of Sir John Johnson, said battle was fought at now town of Oppenheim near the house of Richard Failing about three or four yards from the now village of St. John in said town that the British force after a slow start on the day of the battle crossed the Mohawk River from the north to the south side that during that time he served Hess Co. that he was drafted out of said Co. into Christian Houses Co. and went to the Royal Grant for a few days and after a time for 14 days or about ? it as before stated.
Further states that he had no documentary evidence to any claim whatsoever to a Pension or Annuity except this present and declared that his service is not on the Pension Roll of the agency of any state, that he was born 15 October 1757 at the now town of German Flats in Herkimer County has no evidence of his age seventy four, resided in St. Johns of Palatine in the now County of Montgomery that he served as before mentioned and has lived since the revolution in the same place where he now resides that he enlisted twice as a boatman as before mentioned each time for nine months, but served one time three months.

Pension Application for Henry Flander:
State of New York
Montgomery Couny, SS

On this the 21 day of September 1832 personally appeared before the undersigned appeared at the Court of Common Pleas of said county now sitting Henry Flander a resident of the Town of Oppenheim in the County and State aforesaid aged seventy two years on Dec 29 1831 who begins first duly sworn in on his oath made the forthcoming declarations in order obtain the benefit of the provision made by the act of Congress passed in June 7th, 1832, and he cited that service of the United States in the Revolutionary War in the militia of said state as a private served as herein after stated, viz: about twenty eighth day of March 1776 he enlisted as a private for nine months in the company whereof Christian Getman was Cap't; Jancey? Billington, Lieut; Jacob Simmons, Ensign thereof in the Reg't of Ebenezer Cox, the other field officers of said Reg't he does not remember of seeing during said nine months and does not recollect their names, -- that he resided in the Town of Palatine in County when he enlisted as was aforesaid, that the company aforesaid acted as rangers,-- that immediately after he was so enlisted as aforesaid he was marched with the said company from Palatine to the East Canada Creek, thence to the Garoga Lake in the then County of Tryon, thence to Sacandaga, thence to Johnstown, thence to Palatine aforesaid where this said company remained about four months, and thence was marched to Albany and from thence to Ticonderoga where he remained about three months,-- that at Ticonderoga Col. Ebenezer Cox arrived with the Fourth Militia where Col. Cox commanded as this officer in said company in which induced him to think and believe that his company belonged to the said Reg't at Ticonderoga there were Continental troops but does not think what Reg't of Continental was there nor these Continental officers that commanded there, -- that he left said service of enlistment about the first of March 1777, having served, longer than his period of enlistment that about the enlistment of 1777, he was called out into the militia there at said time into the company where of a Nicholas Rechter was Capt., John Scholl was Lieu't and he thinks John Jost Scholl was Ensign the the Reg't where Jacob Klock was Col. Peter Waggoner was called Lieu't Col. and the Major's name he cannot say but thinks Christopher Fox was major of said Reg't and that he then resided in the then Town of Palatine in said County when he entered the last mentioned service that the said Company and Reg't marched from the Town of Palatine to Herkimer's Fort, where he was taken sick for remained at the Fort towne and detained by sickness which prevented him being engaged in the Oriskany battle and was then in the service about six days when he returned home being about the Sixth or so of Aug't 1777 when he left said last mentioned service which at the said fort he understood the Oriskany Battle had been fought--about the 10th of April 1778 he enlisted as a boatman for nine months in the Company of John Lefler Cap't,-- there was no other officers he recollects, he was marched in said company to Albany where his company remained about a month from there down the South River to Co???an where he remained about a fortnight from thence to Kings Ferry where the said company remained thence was (can't read) say, from camp, where he saw Gen. Washington and enlisted to ferry troops over river (can't read) Gen. Washington's army was near (can't read one line) from Kings Ferry down the River to Poughkeepsie with flour as for the army of Gen. Washington where he continued some time and can't recall how long remained at TarryTown some time, left the said Continental service about first of January 1779, served as last aforesaid for about nine months when he was dismissed, returned home, --that he resided in Town of Palatine when he enlisted in said last mentioned service,--that about the middle of May 1779 he was called out and returned to the service in the company where Nicholas Rechter was Cap't; John Scholl Lieut; John Jost Schol, Ensign; of said company in the Reg't where Jacob Klock was Col. Christopher Fox major of said Reg't and cannot recollect officers of said Reg't that he then also resided in the Town of Palatine in said county when he continued as aforesaid said last mentioned service that the said company marched about five miles northward then the said town and left the service about (Check here.) 20 May 1779 having served about three days, -- that Cap't Rechtor was wounded about this time by the Indians and Tories in his own house in defending it that he was not there present that he returned home, saw no other officers or troops than that of the said company last named, that about 25 May 1779 he was a private the company of John Hess, Cap't Jacob G. Klock Lieu't and cannot remember the Ensign name of said company in the Reg't of Col. Jacob Klock, Peter Waggoner, Lieut Col.; and Christopher Fox Major of said Reg't and left this service about the first of April 1780 and served during said time as a private for about six months in said company he resided in the said Town of Palatine in the County aforesaid when he entered said last mentioned service and acted during said six months on scouting parties except about fourteen days, he was at what was called Ox-fort, that he served during said period from 25 May 1779 to 1st April 1780 about six months fourteen days of which time he was at Ox-Fort, being a small fort in the now County of Herkimer and that he cannot recollect the country they marched over during said time, but it was in and about the now County of Montgomery and Herkimer not going any great distance from the Town of Palatine that he said during said time no other officers or troops than that belonging to the company to which he was attached, that the residue of this time he was at home and not in service, when at Ox-fort he was in the service as aforesaid that about this first day of March 1781 he volunteered (can't read) the company of Cap't Laurence Gros for nine months, that the name of his Lieut ??? (can't read) was as he can remember were Toop and Buckey? two young men whose names he cannot recollect in the Reg't whereof Marinus Willet was Col. and cannot recollect the names of the other field officers except Jelles Fonda who acted as adjutant in said Regiment and entered said company the 1st March 1781 at Palatine in said county where he then resided, from Palatine he was marched to Fort Plain where Col. Willett commanded and remained there for nine months except when he was marched to the Town of Sharon then called Durlock in said company and accompanied by the said Col. Willet and the other named field officers where he was engaged in the Durlock battle against the Tories and Indians commanded by one Dockstader as was said, the Tories and Indians retreated and I returned after the battle to Fort Plain--Capt McKean was wounded in said battle of which he died -- I left said service about the first of January 1782 having served out said nine months and was discharged but lost same and returned home -- that he now recollects that during said nine months and shortly after the battle at Durlock aforesaid he was marched from Fort Plain to Caughnawaga village from there to Johnstown in pursuit of Major Ross at Johnson Hall near Johnstown the American forces commanded by Col. Willet had an engagement with the British forces at Johnson Hall and the British retreated and the American forces followed the British to the West Canada Creek--that he was in the said last mentioned engagement battle at Johnson Hall -- at the West Canada Creek the American forces stopped pursuit and after, he returned home when his service expired as aforesaid -- that he has no documentary evidence of his service aforesaid and that no clergyman resides in his neighborhood, that he was born 29 Sept 1759 in the County of Albany (the Town not remembered) as he understood that he has seen a record of his age but does not know where the same now is, that he resides in the Town of Palatine County of Mongtomery and State of New York when he entered the service these several times before mentioned--since the revolutionary war he resided in the Town of Oppenheim in said County of Montgomery and now lives in the same place, that he volunteered in Cap't Laurence Gros' company as aforesaid and the other times he was called on by his officers as before mentioned, that he has given all the information as to his services and the country marched through by him that he professed that he is known to Dennis Augustus Flander and Frederick Baum who can testify as to his character for serving as a soldier of the revolution and then (can't read). He hereby relinquishes every claim whatever to a pension or annuity except the present and declares that his name is not on the Pension Roll of the agency of any state, that no clergyman resides in his neighborhood.
his
Henry (X) Flander
Mark
Sworn this 21 day of Sept. 1832 before me in open court.
Geo D. Ferguson, Clerk
We, Frederick Baum and John I. Failing residents of the Town of Oppenheim County of Montgomery and state of New York thereby testify that we are well acquainted with Henry Flander who has subscribed and sworn to the above declarations, that we believe him to be seventy two years of age and that he reported and he lived in the neighobrhood where he resides and has been a soldier of the revolution that we concur in that opinion.
Fred'k Baum (his X Mark) John I. Failing
Sworn and signed this day on the aforesaid in open court.
Geo. D. Ferguson, Clerk


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Pension Application, Widow of Jacob Flander:
State of New York
Montgomery County
On this the 8th day of October 1838 personally appeared before the undersigned appeared at the Court of Common Pleas of said county being a court of record. Catharina Flander a resident of the Town of Oppenheim in the County and State afore said aged sixty nine years who begin first duly sworn according to law asked on her oath made the following declaration, in order to obtain the benefit of the provision made by the act of Congress passed in July 7th, 1838, entitled "An Act Granting Half Pay and Pensions to Certain Widows." That she is the widow of Jacob Flander who was a private soldier in the Militia and Boatman in the Naval Service of the United States during the Revolutionary War; that from the evidence she has been able to procure, she as reason to believe that her husband the said Jacob Flander then a resident of the Town of Palatine in said county entered the service of the United States as a Batteauxman in Captain William Petersons Company of Boatmen in the year 1778 or 1779 and served nine months and from which period he continued to render service until the close of the war, particularly nine months in Captain Lawrence Gros' company of New York State Troops attached to Colonel Marinus Willet's Regiment in the year 1781, all of which service she has reason to believe will be brought to appear by reference to records at the War Department the proof hereto annexed and on which she rests her claim.
She further declares that she was married to the said Jacob Flander on the seventh day of October seventeen hundred and ninety one and that her husband the aforesaid Jacob Flander died on the seventh day of April Eighteen Hundred and Sixteen that she was not married to him prior to his leaving the service but the marriage took place previous to the first of January seventeen hundred and ninety four ?? at the time above stated.
Sworn to and subscribed on the day and year above written before
Stephen Yates.
Judge of Montgomery County Court
State of New York
Montgomery County ???
On this 8th day of October 1838 the above named Catharine Flander to me known to be the person described and who made the foregoing declaration and affadavit and came before me.
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Enos Flanders
Birth: 08 Feb 1745 in Boscawen, New Hampshire
Death: Aft 1810 in Sheffield?, Vermont
Served in Continental Army in 1777. Marched to Saratoga. Discharged Oct. 25, 1777.
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Flanders, Aaron; -1864-1886; Section-; Lot #-610.
Flanders, Adam; 1818-1820; Section-4; Lot #-12.
Flanders, Albert; -1855-1866; Section-; Lot #-27.
Flanders, Alton L.; -1890-1928; Section-14; Lot #-1133.
Flanders, Alvenah Dingman;-1829-1892; Section-; Lot #-347.
Flanders, Amos; 1859-1881; Section-; Lot #-122.
Flanders, Anna; -1811-1831; Section-; Lot #-122.
Flanders, Benjamin;-1872-1934; Section-; Lot #-741.
Flanders, Bertha; Section-; Lot #-421.
Flanders, Blanche Klock; -1874-1919; Section-; Lot #-741.
Flanders, Burton H.; -1866-1949; Section-14; Lot #-1084.
Flanders, Carrie Weaver; -1867-1929; Section-; Lot #-1083.
Flanders, Christopher;-1876-1924; Section-14; Lot #-1077.
Flanders, Daniel; -1809-1866; Section-4; Lot #-122.
Flanders, Daniel J.;-1859-1909; Section-; Lot #-121.
Flanders, Daniel O.;-1848-1913; Section-; Lot #-274.
Flanders, Delos; -1826-1865; Section-4; Lot #-121.
Flanders, Edwin;-1864-1945; Section-14; Lot #-1083.
Flanders, Eleanor Nellis; -1836-1892; Section-; Lot #-610.
Flanders, Elizabeth; -1789-1864; Section-; Lot #-122.
Flanders, Elizabeth; -1821-; Section-*; Lot #-27.
Flanders, Emery; -1871-1912; Section-; Lot #-615.
Flanders, Esther Klock; -1832-1921; Section-; Lot #-32.
Flanders, Eve; -1803-1874; Section-5; Lot #-311.
Flanders, Floyd; -1889-1928; Section-14; Lot #-1074.
Flanders, Georgianna; -1853-1931; Section-; Lot #-274.
Flanders, Grace; -1873-1892; Section-; Lot #-610.
Flanders, Ida E. Thumb; -1856-1938; Section-; Lot #-771.
Flanders, Jacob D.-1783-1843; Section-; Lot #-122.
Flanders, James; Section-; Lot #-1074.
Flanders, John A.; -1851-1930; Section-14; Lot #-771.
Flanders, Julia C. Thumb;-1850-1916; Section-; Lot #-1074.
Flanders, Lily May; Section-; Lot #-421.
Flanders, Lizzy;-1867-1881; Section-; Lot #-610.
Flanders, Lucretia; -1824-1865; Section-; Lot #-121.
Flanders, Magdalene; 1821-1822; Section-; Lot #-12*.
Flanders, Maggie;-1870-1886; Section-; Lot #-610.
Flanders, Margaret;-1827-1830; Section-; Lot #-12*.
Flanders, Margaret Ress; -1791-1881; Section-; Lot #-366.
Flanders, Martin;1828-1901; Section-4; Lot #-32.
Flanders, Marvin; -1856-1859; Section-*; Lot #-610.
Flanders, Marvin I.; Year Section-; Lot #-741.
Flanders, Mary Louisa; -1871-1949; Section-; Lot #-1084.
Flanders, Menzo;-1836-1889; Section-6; Lot #-421.
Flanders, Morgan; -1834-1901; Section-14; Lot #-610.
Flanders, Myra; -1895-1950; Section-*; Lot #-670.
Flanders, N. P.; Section-; Lot #-347.
Flanders, Obadiah; -1816-1884; Section-9; Lot #-27.
Flanders, Peter; -1789-1861; Section-5; Lot #-366.
Flanders, Peter A.; -1827-1897; Section-5; Lot #-347.
Flanders, Polly Johnson; -1830-1860; Section-; Lot #-122.
Flanders, Thelma A.;-1911-1917; Section-; Lot #-1005.
Flanders, Ward J.; -1911-1948; Section-; Lot #-1074.
Flanders, William; -1876-1948; Section-13; Lot #-1005.
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Henry C. Flanders
Birth: ABT 1840 in Shrewsbury, Rutland Co., VT
Death: 19 JAN 1878 in Shrewsbury, Rutland Co., VT
Enlistment Date: 15 December 1863
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
Side Served: Union
State Served: Vermont
Unit Numbers: 3018 3018
Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 15 December 1863
Enlisted in Company M, 1st Cavalry Regiment Vermont on 26 December 1863.
Transfered on 21 June 1865 from company M to company F
Mustered out Company M, 1st Cavalry Regiment Vermont on 09 August 18
Father: Aziba Flanders b: 5 MAY 1811 in Mount Holly, Rutland Co., VT
Mother: Ruth Rebecca Holden b: 22 APR 1813 in Shrewsbury, Rutland Co., VT
Marriage 1 Edna N. Robinson
Marriage 2 Ellen Murray, Married: 4 MAY 1866
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Flanders, David M. Confederate Infantry
2nd Battalion, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, E.H. Confederate
5th Regiment, Georgia Reserves

Flanders, Edmund G. Union Infantry
1st Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Edward C. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Rhode Island Cavalry

Flanders, Edward C. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Cavalry

Flanders, Edward O. Union Infantry
50th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (Militia)

Flanders, Edward P. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (100 days, 1864) (Militia)

Flanders, Edward W. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, Minnesota Infantry

Flanders, Edward W. Union Artillery
8th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Edwin Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Edwin Union Infantry
12th Regiment, Michigan Infantry

Flanders, Edwin B. Union Artillery
2nd Battery, Vermont Light Artillery

Flanders, Edwin C. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Cavalry

Flanders, Edwin J. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Enoch Union Infantry
11th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Enos J. Union Infantry
148th Regiment, Ohio Infantry (National Guard)

Flanders, Ezra W. Union Infantry
12th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Francis Union Artillery
8th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Francis C. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Francis C. Union
Unassigned Veteran Reserve Corps

Flanders, Francis C. Union
3rd Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps

Flanders, Francis D. Union Infantry
38th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Francis J. Confederate Infantry
14th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Francis L. Union Infantry
96th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Francis M. Union Cavalry
9th Regiment, Iowa Cavalry

Flanders, Francis M. Union Infantry
18th Regiment, Iowa Infantry

Flanders, Frank A. Union Infantry
6th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Frank B. Union Infantry
11th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Frank C. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Frank M. Union Infantry
44th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (Militia)

Flanders, Frank N. Union Infantry
6th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Georg A. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, George Union Infantry
8th Regiment, Ohio Infantry

Flanders, George Confederate Cavalry
15th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry

Flanders, George A. Capt. Union Infantry
Vermont Infantry
Co. "F" Wounded May 27, 1863. Promoted to
Promoted to Liet. Col. Dec. 16, 1863.
Mustered out January 18, 1865.

Flanders, George C. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, George C. Union Infantry
20th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George C. Union Infantry
100th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, George C. Union Cavalry
11th Regiment, Ohio Cavalry

Flanders, George E. Union Cavalry
5th Regiment, Kansas Cavalry

Flanders, George E. Union Infantry
40th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George E. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George E.L. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, George F. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Cavalry

Flanders, George F. Union Infantry
26th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George F. Union Artillery
2nd Regiment, US Artillery (Regular Army)

Flanders, George I. Union Infantry
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George I. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George J. Union Infantry
18th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, George J. Union Cavalry
11th Regiment, Ohio Cavalry
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RIVERSIDE CEMETERY
ADAMS CO. COLORADO

Flanders, Edwin F, b. 16 Jul 1867, [CSA]
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Flanders, George L. Union Infantry
10th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, George L. Union Cavalry
4th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry
(64th Volunteers)

Flanders, George L. Union Infantry
23rd Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry

Flanders, George S. Union Infantry
4th Regiment, Vermont Infantry
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Flanders, George T. Union Artillery
2nd Battery, Vermont Light Artillery
DIED: OCTOBER 13, 1883, RUTALND VERMONT
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Flanders, George W. Union Infantry
1st Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, George W. Union Infantry
2nd Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, George W. Union Infantry
6th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, George W. Union Infantry
12th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, George W. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, George W. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, George W. Union Infantry
27th Regiment, Maine Infantry
(9 months, 1862-63)

Flanders, George W. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Gilmore Union Infantry
68th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Harry Union Infantry
132nd Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Harvey J. Union Infantry
15th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Henry Union Infantry
36th Regiment, Ohio Infantry

Flanders, Henry Union Infantry
23rd Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Henry Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Michigan Infantry

Flanders, Henry C. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Vermont Cavalry

Flanders, Henry C. Union Infantry
Maine Coast Guard Infantry

Flanders, Henry E. Union Infantry
Maine Coast Guard Infantry

Flanders, Henry G. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Henry J. Union Infantry
2nd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Henry J. Union Infantry
106th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Hiram Union Cavalry
8th Regiment, Michigan Cavalry

Flanders, Hiram F. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Hiram F. Union
Unassigned Veteran Reserve Corps

Flanders, Horace F. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery
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Flanders, Ira Union Infantry
16th Regiment, New York Infantry
PVT B 12 NY INFANTRY
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
DATE OF DEATH: 05/17/1863
Burial: US Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery
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Flanders, Ira Union Infantry
54th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Ira E. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Ira M. Union Infantry
12th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Isaac Union Infantry
172nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry (Drafted Militia)

Flanders, J.M. Confederate Infantry
14th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, J.R. Confederate Infantry
33rd Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Jacob Confederate Infantry
10th Regiment, Florida Infantry

Flanders, Jacob M. Union Infantry
4th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Jahial S. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Maine Heavy Artillery

Flanders, James Union Infantry
13th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, James Union Infantry
135th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry

Flanders, James Union Infantry
6th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, James F. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Wisconsin Cavalry

Flanders, James F. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry

Flanders, James F. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry

Flanders, James H. Union Infantry
19th Regiment, Maine Infantry
Enlisted Sept. 1, 1863
Co. C, 19th. Regiment
Prisoner at Weldon R.R. Nov. 27, 1864

Flanders, James H. Union Infantry
37th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry

Flanders, James J. Union Artillery
8th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, James R. Union Infantry
132nd Regiment, Illinois Infantry (100 days, 1864)

Flanders, James T. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry
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UNIDENTIFIED AT THIS TIME:
Pvt J. M. Flanders
Private 12th New Hampshire
Co. B
D. 17 May 1863
Burial: US Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery
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RIVERSIDE CEMETERY
ADAMS CO. COLORADO

Flanders, George F, d. 7 Mar 1905, [CSA]
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GEORGE A. FLANDERS; captain, Co. F; New Hampshire
wounded May 27, 1863; promoted to lieutenant-colonel Dec 16, 1863; mustered out Jan 18, 1865
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Flanders, Sidney Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Smith Union Cavalry
Hatch's Independent Battalion, Minnesota Cavalry

Flanders, Squire Union Infantry
35th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Squire Union Infantry
80th Regiment, New York Infantry
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Flanders, Stanislaus Union Infantry
9th Regiment, Vermont Infantry
PVT. CIVIL WAR CO B 9TH VT INF
Birth: ABT 1824 in Mount Holly, Rutland Co., VT,,,, Death: 5 MAR 1865 in VA
Father: Benjamin Flanders
Mother: Rhoda Dean
Marriage (1) Sarah A. Wilson
Married: 8 JUN 1849
Known children:
i. Otis W. FLANDERS, born 21 Jul 1849 in Clarendon, VT, died 27 Nov 1928 in Rutland, VT, at the age of 79. Never married.
ii. Jennie FLANDERS, born 1851 in Mendon, VT, m. July 7, 1869, William Leonard.
iii. Everts FLANDERS, born 4 Apr 1858 in Mount Holly, VT, died 14 Apr 1876 in Pittsfield, VT, buried in Pittsfield Cem., Pittsfield, VT
iv. Flora Adelia FLANDERS, born 28 Oct 1860 in Clarendon, VT, m. July 4, 1878, Rollin C. Waterman
v. Bertha A. FLANDERS, m. (___) Manning
vi. Ella F. FLANDERS, born 7 Apr 1863 in Pittsfield, VT, died 21 Feb 1864 in Pittsfield, VT
Burial: City Point National Cemetery
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Flanders, Stephen B. Union Sharpshooters
1st Regiment, US Sharpshooters (Regular Army)

Flanders, Steph G. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, Minnesota Infantry

Flanders, Stephen Union Infantry
4th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Stephen Union Infantry
6th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (3 months, 1861) (Militia)

Flanders, Stephen B. Union Sharpshooters
2nd Regiment, US Sharpshooters (Regular Army)

Flanders, Stephen G. Union Infantry
1st Regiment, Minnesota Infantry

Flanders, Sullivan B. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, California Infantry

Flanders, Taylor Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Taylor F. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Thomas Union Infantry
66th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry

Flanders, Thomas B. Union Infantry
11th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Thomas N. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, Vermont Infantry
NOTE: Civil War correspondence OF Thomas N. Flanders, 1861-1865 CAN BE FOUND AT THE The Vermont Historical Society Library
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Flanders, Titus H. Union Infantry
153rd Regiment, New York Infantry
DATE OF DEATH: 07/31/1864
DATE OF INTERMENT: 07/31/1864
Burial: Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
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Flanders, Volney R. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Vermont Cavalry

Flanders, Volney R. Union Infantry
4th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, W.C. Confederate Artillery
Dunham's Company, Florida Light Artillery (Milton Light Artillery)

Flanders, W.F. Confederate Infantry
11th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, W.T. Confederate Infantry
11th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, W.W. Union Infantry
2nd Regiment, District of Columbia Infantry

Flanders, Wallace W. Union Infantry
57th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Wallace W. Union Infantry
59th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Walter M. Union Infantry
18th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Walter W. Union Infantry
40th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Warren C. Union Infantry
96th Regiment, New York Infantry
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Flanders, William Union Infantry
2nd Regiment, Vermont Infantry
Flanders, William Dana, of Orange, son of Royal C. and Hannah B. (Williams) Flanders, was born in Orange, June 20, 1850. Royal C. Flanders enlisted as a private in the 2d Regt. Vt. Infantry, and afterwards in the 9th, and when he returned from the war, after more than four years service, he held the commission of lieutenant.
Mr. Flanders was married at Barre, July 3, 1878, to Cora B., daughter of Carlos B. and Sarah (Jackson) Richardson.
Source: Jacob G. Ullery, compiler, Men of Vermont: An Illustrated Biographical History of Vermonters and Sons of Vermont, (Transcript Publishing Company, Brattleboro, VT, 1894), Part II, p. 140.
Note: this biographical sketch is at odds with the 1892 Revised Roster, which indicates he received a dishonorable discharge from the 2nd Vermont Infantry, and there is no record of service in the 9th Vermont Infantry.
Source: VermontCivilWar.Org Database
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Flanders, William Union Artillery
6th Regiment, Michigan Heavy Artillery

Flanders, William Union Infantry
67th Regiment, Ohio Infantry

Flanders, William Union
1st Regiment, New York Mounted Rifles

Flanders, William Union Artillery
9th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, William Union Infantry
34th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry

Flanders, William Union 24th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps

Flanders, William Union Infantry
12th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)

Flanders, William Union Unassigned Veteran Reserve Corps

Flanders, William Union
1st Battalion, Louisville Provost Guard, Kentucky Volunteers

Flanders, William Union
2nd Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, William Union Cavalry
3rd Regiment, New York Cavalry

Flanders, William A. Confederate Infantry
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, William C. Union Infantry
9th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, William C. Union
3rd Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps

Flanders, William E. Confederate Artillery
Dunham's Company, Florida Light Artillery (Milton Light Artillery)

Flanders, William E. Confederate Infantry
1st Regiment, Florida Infantry

Flanders, William E. Union Infantry
58th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry

Flanders, William F. Union Infantry
62nd Regiment, Ohio Infantry

Flanders, William H. Union Infantry
16th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, William H. Union Infantry
44th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (Militia)

Flanders, William H. Union Artillery
11th Independent Battery, Massachusetts Light Artillery

Flanders, William H. Union Artillery
11th Independent Battery, Massachusetts Light Artillery (9 months, 1862-63)

Flanders, William M.T. Union Infantry
16th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
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Flanders, William R. Union Infantry
29th Regiment, Missouri Infantry
Name: FLANDERS, WILLIAM R.
Rank: Private
Conflict: Civil War
Side: Union
Organization: Enrolled Missouri Militia
Name of Unit: 25th Regiment E.M.M.
Company: C

NOTE: Flanders, William R. Co. H, 29th ___Inf
BURIED: AMITY CEMETERY DeKalb County Missouri
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Flanders, William S. Union Infantry
6th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (100 days, 1864) (Militia)

Flanders, William T. Union Infantry
62nd Regiment, Ohio Infantry

Flanders, William W. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Williamson Confederate Infantry
14th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Willis Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Michigan Light Artillery

Flanders, Willis M. Union Cavalry
2nd Regiment, New York Cavalry

Flanders, Wm. Union Infantry
4th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Wm. C. Union Infantry
4th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Wm. C. Union
Davidson's Company, New Hampshire Volunteers

Flanders, Confederate Infantry
23rd Regiment, Mississippi Infantry
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UNIDENTIFIED AT THIS TIME:
W E Flanders
Death: Jul. 20, 1865
Burial: Staunton National Cemetery
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Sg
William W. Flanders
SGT 2ND DEL INF CW
DATE OF DEATH: 05/21/1863
Burial: Arlington National Cemetery
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Flanders, James W. Confederate Infantry
57th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
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Flanders, Jefferson C. Union Infantry
54th Regiment, Illinois Infantry
Jefferson (Jeffn)Flanders Was a private in the 54th Regiment Company H of the United States Colored Infantry.
The 54th Regiment Infantry was organized March 11, 1864, from 2nd Arkansas Infantry (African Descent). Attached to 2nd Brigade Frontier Division, 7th Corps, Dept. of Arkansas, to February, 1865. 2nd Brigade, 1st Division, 7th Corps, to August, 1865. Dept. of Arkansas to December, 1866.
SERVICE.--Duty at Helena, Ark., until May, 1864. Ordered to Fort Smith, Ark., and duty there until January, 1865. Actions at Fort Gibson September 16, 1864. Cabin Creek September 19. Cow Creek, Kansas, November 14 and 28. Ordered to Little Rock January, 1865. Action on Arkansas River January 18. Duty at Little Rock and at various points in Dept. of Arkansas until December, 1866. Mustered out August 8 to December 31, 1866.
Death: Aug. 28, 1865
Burial: Little Rock National Cemetery
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Flanders, Jefferson T. Confederate Infantry
57th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
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Flanders, Jefferson T. Union Infantry
54th Regiment, Illinois Infantry
Died at age 20 of Malaria-Typhoid Fever in the service of his Country.
Son of Moses & Lucinda Chapman Flanders
D. Aug. 27, 1865
Burial: Little Rock National Cemetery
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Flanders, Jesse Union Infantry
6th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Jesse Union Infantry
50th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (Militia)

Flanders, Jihal S. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Maine Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Job Union
Littlefield's Company, Strafford Guards, New Hampshire Militia (60 days, 1864)

Flanders, John Union Infantry
14th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry

Flanders, John Union Infantry
50th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry

Flanders, John Union Infantry
14th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)

Flanders, John Union Infantry
6th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)

Flanders, John Union Infantry
215th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry

Flanders, John Union Infantry
77th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, John Union Cavalry
2nd Regiment, New York Cavalry

Flanders, John Confederate Infantry
38th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, John Union Artillery
6th Regiment, Michigan Heavy Artillery

Flanders, John Union Infantry
77th Regiment, Ohio Infantry

Flanders, John A. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

Flanders, John A. Union Infantry
7th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, John C. Union Infantry
44th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (Militia)

Flanders, John D. Union Infantry
40th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, John F. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry

Flanders, John H. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
PVT US ARMY
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
DATE OF DEATH: 06/29/1864
DATE OF INTERMENT: 06/29/1864
Burial: Memphis National Cemetery
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Flanders, John J. Union Infantry
118th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, John J. Union Artillery
16th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, John K. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, John L.S. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, John O. Union Artillery
25th Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery

Flanders, John P. Union Infantry
13th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, John P. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, John P. Union Infantry
1st Regiment, Maine Veteran Infantry

Flanders, John P. Union Infantry
15th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, John R. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, John R. Confederate Infantry
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
Private October 1, 1861. Wounded at Cold Harbor, Va. June 27, 1862; Fredericksburg, Va. December 13, 1862. Appointed 5th Sergeant February 1863. Transferred to Co. H, 48th
Regiment Ga. Inf. September 1863. Appointed 3d Sergeant September 1863. Wounded at Riddle Shop, Va. June 13, 1864. Captured at
Swainsboro, Ga. November 29, 1864. Released at Point Lookout, Md. June 27, 1865. (Born in Emanuel County, Ga. May 6, 1843.)

Flanders, John S. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, John S. Union Infantry
70th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, John S. Union Infantry
71st Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, John S. Union Cavalry
9th Regiment, New York Cavalry

Flanders, John W. Union Infantry
7th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, John W. Union Infantry
95th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Jonathan H. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Jonathan, Jr. Union Infantry
16th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Joseph Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Vermont Cavalry

Flanders, Joseph Union Infantry
30th Regiment, Ohio Infantry

Flanders, Joseph Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Joseph Union Infantry
62nd Regiment, Ohio Infantry

Flanders, Joseph Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Michigan Cavalry

Flanders, Joseph Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Michigan Infantry

Flanders, Joseph Union Artillery
1st Regiment, US Artillery (Regular Army)

Name: FLANDERS, J. W.
Rank: Private
Conflict: Civil War
Side: Union
Organization: Enrolled Missouri Militia
Name of Unit: 20th Regiment E.M.M.
Company: H
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Flanders, Orchard A. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Orem J. Union Infantry
78th Regiment, Illinois Infantry
NOTE: Flanders, Orrin J.
B: 6 Nov 1834
D: 21 Feb 1910.
Co. K, 78th IL Inf
BURIED: Baxter Springs Cemetery Cherokee County, Kansas
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Flanders, Orlando Union Infantry
9th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
PVT F 9 N H INF
Side Union Unit Name: 9 New Hampshire Infantry
Regiment 9 State New Hampshire Function Infantry Company F
Rank Private
Capture Date 05/12/1864
Capture Site Spottsylvania, Va
DATE OF DEATH: 08/25/1864
Burial: Andersonville National Cemetery
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Flanders, Orlando Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Pennsylvania Light Artillery (14th Reserves)

Flanders, Orlando D. Union Infantry
4th Regiment, Rhode Island Infantry

Flanders, Orlando D. Union Infantry
7th Regiment, Rhode Island Infantry

Flanders, Orrin Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Michigan Light Artillery

Flanders, Orsin L. Union Infantry
96th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Orville Union Cavalry
22nd Regiment, New York Cavalry

Flanders, Orville M. Union Infantry
13th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)

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Flanders, Oscar B. Union Infantry
46th Regiment, Iowa Infantry (100 days, 1864)
PVT US ARMY
DATE OF DEATH: 09/20/1864
DATE OF INTERMENT: 09/20/1864
Burial: Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery
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Flanders, Otis B. Union Infantry
121st Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Otis B. Union Infantry
16th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Owen Confederate Infantry
17th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Peres Union Infantry
35th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Perry B. Union Infantry
10th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Philip Union Engineers
50th Regiment, New York Engineers

Flanders, Philip Union Cavalry
21st Regiment, New York Cavalry

Flanders, Philip Union Engineers
50th Regiment, New York Engineers

Flanders, Philip Union Engineers
50th Regiment, New York Engineers

Flanders, Phillip Union Infantry
97th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Phillip W. Union Infantry
40th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry (100 days, 1864)

Flanders, R.H. Union
2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps

Name: FLANDERS, R. M.
Rank: Sergeant
Conflict: Civil War
Side: Union
Organization: Enrolled Missouri Militia
Name of Unit: 38th Regiment E.M.M.
Company: B


Flanders, Richard Union Engineers 1st Regiment, New York Engineers

Flanders, Richard Union Infantry
60th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Richard Union Infantry
196th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry (100 days, 1864)

Flanders, Richard B. Confederate Infantry
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Richard F. Union Infantry
19th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Robert B. Confederate Infantry
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Robert G. Union Infantry
4th Regiment, Maine Infantry
Enlisted Nov. 9, 1861
Co. H 4th. Regiment
Served one year, three months, 29 days

Flanders, Robert H. Confederate Artillery
Dunham's Company, Florida Light Artillery (Milton Light Artillery)

Flanders, Robert K. Union Infantry
13th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Robert K. Union Infantry
18th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Roscoe H. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (100 days, 1864) (Militia)

Flanders, Roscoe M. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (100 days, 1864) (Militia)

Flanders, Rotheus Union Infantry
15th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Royal C. Union Infantry
2nd Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Royal C. Union Infantry
9th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, S.L. Confederate Infantry
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Sam'l K. Union Artillery
6th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Sam'l. Union Artillery
14th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery
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Flanders, Samuel
Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Maine Heavy Artillery
PVT CO E 1ST ME HA CW
DATE OF DEATH: 06/16/1864
Burial: Arlington National Cemetery
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Flanders, Samuel Union Infantry
55th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry

Flanders, Samuel A. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Iowa Cavalry

Flanders, Samuel B. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Samuel F. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Samuel F. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Samuel K. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, California Cavalry

Flanders, Samuel R. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Selvin D. Union Infantry
24th Regiment, Maine Infantry (9 months, 1862-63)
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NOTES:

Orlando FLANDERS lost his Mother soon after his birth. On her death bed, the Mother charged her eldest son, then a boy of 11 years, to watch over his brother as long as he lived. This promise was fathfully kept.At the outbreak of the Civil War, when Orlando wished to
enlist, his brother arranged for his enlistment in his own regiment.Orlando was wounded by a bursting shell at Antietam, MD, was captured on the assault of Petersburg, VA. and was borne on the rolls as a prison er of war at Libby Prison, Richmond, VA. and Danville, VT. where he nearly died of disease and starvation.
Born 10 APR 1839
Died 10 JUL 1915
Father: James Flanders
Mother: Cynthia Clifford
Wife: Maggie Goodrich
CHILDREN:
Minnie Flanders
Born 31 AUG 1867
Died 21 FEB 1897
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Flanders, Joseph Union Infantry
67th Regiment, Ohio Infantry

Flanders, Joseph H. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Cavalry

Flanders, Joseph M. Union Infantry
21st Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Joseph S. Confederate Infantry
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Joshua A. Union Infantry
9th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Josiah C. Union Infantry
13th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Josiah C. Union Infantry
6th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (3 months, 1861) (Militia)

Flanders, Josiah H. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Rhode Island Cavalry

Flanders, Josiah H. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Cavalry
FLANDERS (1st NE?NH Cavalry Co. I)
Josiah Haynes d. 1895 Boscawen, NH-
buried, Boscawen, NH

Flanders, King H. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, King H. Union
Unassigned Veteran Reserve Corps

Flanders, King H. Union
2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps
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Flanders, Langdon W. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, West Virginia Cavalry
Served as CPL from VIRGINIA for USA
in CIVIL WAR
Death: Mar. 21, 1922
Burial: Hampton National Cemetery
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Flanders, Lawrin Union Infantry
18th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Leonard Union Infantry
44th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry

Flanders, Leonard H. Union Infantry
35th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Leonard J. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Minnesota Cavalry (Mounted Rangers)

Flanders, Leonard K. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, Minnesota Infantry

Flanders, Leonard K. Union
23rd Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps
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Flanders, Lewis G. Union Infantry
20th Regiment, Maine Infantry
PVT E 20 ME INF Side Union Unit Name 20 Maine Infantry Regiment 20 State Maine Function Infantry Company ERank Private
DATE OF DEATH: 03/19/1864
Burial: Andersonville National Cemetery
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Flanders, Llewellyn Union Infantry
14th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Luke A. Union Infantry
2nd Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Luther Union Infantry
9th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Luther H. Union Infantry
35th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Lyman C. Union Infantry
137th Regiment, Illinois Infantry (100 days, 1864)

Flanders, Lyman C. Union Infantry
28th Regiment, Illinois Infantry
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Flanders, M. V. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Wisconsin Heavy Artillery
PVT 1 WIS H ARTY
DATE OF DEATH: 12/11/1861
Burial:US Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery
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Flanders, M...Confederate Infantry
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Mark Confederate Cavalry
6th Regiment, Georgia Cavalry

Flanders, Mark Confederate Cavalry
62nd Regiment, Georgia Cavalry

Flanders, Nathan Union Infantry
Veteran Battalion, 14th and 15th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Meicham Union Artillery
10th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Milan Union Infantry
12th Regiment, Michigan Infantry

Flanders, Morgan L. Union Infantry
12th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)

Flanders, Moses Union Infantry
36th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Moses I. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Vermont Cavalry

Flanders, Moses J. Union Cavalry
11th Regiment, New York Cavalry

Flanders, Moses L. Union Infantry
140th Regiment, Ohio Infantry (National Guard)

Flanders, Napoleon B. Union Engineers
15th Regiment, New York Engineers (New)

Flanders, Napoleon L. Union Engineers
1st Regiment, New York Engineers

Flanders, Nathan Union Infantry
15th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Nathan Union Infantry
23rd Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Nathan A. Union Cavalry
4th Regiment, Iowa Cavalry

Flanders, Nathan F. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Nathan N. Union Infantry
33rd Regiment, Iowa Infantry

Flanders, Nathaniel Union Artillery
1st Battalion, Maine Light Artillery

Flanders, Newell C. Union Infantry
44th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (Militia)

Flanders, Newton W. Union Cavalry
2nd Regiment, New York Veteran Cavalry

Flanders, O.C. Confederate Infantry
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, O.E. Confederate Infantry
17th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
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UNIDENTIFIED AS YET: I DON'T HAVE ENOUGH INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING VETERANS TO MAKE A POSITIVE MATCH TO THE SOLDIERS ABOVE.

Corp M. Flanders
CPL G 12 US INF
DATE OF DEATH: 10/01/1864
Burial: Poplar Grove National Cemetery
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Pvt N. N. Flanders
PVT US ARMY
DATE OF DEATH: 02/17/1864
DATE OF INTERMENT: 02/17/1864
Burial: Mound City National Cemetery
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PETERSBURG CEMETERY

Flanders, M.
12th United States Infantry
GRAVE #1355
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Flanders, N N,
d. 02/17/1864, Plot: E 0 3599, bur. 02/17/1864
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Flanders, ...Union Infantry
12th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)
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Flanders, A. C. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, US Cavalry (Regular Army)
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Flanders, A.C. Union Infantry
10th Regiment, Minnesota Infantry
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Flanders, A.P. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
(3 months, 1861) Militia
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Flanders, Abiel C. Union Cavalry
3rd Regiment, Illinois Cavalry
DATE OF DEATH: 06/16/1899
Burial: Wood National Cemetery
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Flanders, Abner Union Infantry
9th Regiment, Vermont Infantry
Born: 3-7-1836 Died: 4-11-1881
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Flanders, Abner Union Infantry
17th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)
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Flanders, Agustus B. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
(3 months, 1861) Militia
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Flanders, Alando Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Pennsylvania Light Artillery (14th Reserves)NOTE: Orlando)
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Flanders, Albert Union Cavalry
2nd Regiment, Kansas Cavalry
BURIED: RIVERSIDE CEMETERY, COLORADO
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Flanders, Albert Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Michigan Cavalry
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Flanders, Albert Union Infantry
1st Regiment, Indian Home Guards,
Kansas Infantry
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Flanders, Albert A. Union Infantry
88th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
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Flanders, Albert C. Union Artillery
14th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery
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Flanders, Albert E. Union Artillery
6th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery
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Flanders, Albert H. Union Infantry
88th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
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Flanders, Albert K. Union Infantry
88th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
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Flanders, Albert P. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Vermont Heavy Artillery
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Flanders, Alden Union Cavalry
4th Independent Battalion, Ohio Cavalry
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Flanders, Alden P. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, Vermont Infantry
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Flanders, Alexander Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery
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Flanders, Alexander Union Cavalry
4th Regiment, US Cavalry (Regular Army)
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Flanders, Alexander C. Confederate Infantry
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
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Pvt Alexander Flanders
Civil War Union Soldier. He was mustered in as a recruit Private in Battery D, 1st New Jersey Volunteer Light Artillery on February 23, 1864 (New Jersey Adjutant records list his last name as being "Flairden"). He was wounded in action near Malvern Hill, Virginia, on August 16, 1864, and had his leg amputated. He was sent to the United States Army General Hospital in Beverly, New Jersey, where he died of his wounds on September 15, 1864.
Burial:
Beverly National Cemetery
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Flanders, Alfred Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Michigan Cavalry
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Flanders, Alfred Union Cavalry
6th Regiment, Michigan Cavalry
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Alpheus F Flanders
CO. A 4th INFANTRY
Knoxville, TN
Death: Jul. 22, 1908
Burial: Mountain Home National Cemetery
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Flanders, Alonzo M. Union Infantry
4th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
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Flanders, Alonzo M. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
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Flanders, Andrew J. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Michigan Cavalry
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Flanders, Arthur W. Union Artillery
13th Independent Battery,
Wisconsin Light Artillery
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Flanders, Asahel G. Union Infantry
12th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
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Flanders, Augustus Union Infantry
13th Regiment, Maine Infantry
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Flanders, Augustus Union Cavalry
7th Regiment, Ohio Cavalry
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Flanders, Augustus B. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
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Flanders, Austin Union Infantry
136th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry
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Flanders, Author Union Cavalry
6th Regiment, Illinois Cavalry
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Flanders, B.B. Confederate Infantry
14th Regiment, Georgia Infantry
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Flanders, Benjamin Union Infantry
21st Regiment, Maine Infantry
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Flanders, Benjamin Confederate Cavalry
2nd Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry (Duke's)
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Flanders, Benjamin C. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Benjamin F. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, Louisiana Infantry

Flanders, Benjamin F. Union Infantry
50th Regiment,
Massachusetts Infantry (Militia)

Flanders, Benjamin F. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Benjamin F. Union Infantry
7th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Benjamin G. Union Artillery
2nd Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Benjamin G. Union Infantry
96th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Benjamin R. Union
Unassigned Maine Volunteers

Flanders, Benjamin W. Union Artillery
1st Independent Battery,
New York Light Artillery

Flanders, Burton Union Infantry
50th Regiment,
Massachusetts Infantry (Militia)

Flanders, Caleb Union Infantry
7th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Charles Union Infantry
12th Regiment, Kansas Infantry

Flanders, Charles Confederate
Waul's Texas Legion

Flanders, Charles Union Infantry
10th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)

Flanders, Charles Confederate Artillery
4th Battalion, Texas Artillery (Shea's)

Flanders, Charles A. Union Infantry
9th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Charles A. Union Infantry
10th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Charles B. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
(100 days, 1864) (Militia)

Flanders, Charles C. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Cavalry

Flanders, Charles C. Confederate Infantry
26th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Charles E. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Charles G. Union Infantry
6th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Charles G. Union
12th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps

Flanders, Charles H. Union Infantry
11th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Charles H. Union Infantry
16th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Charles H. Union Infantry
100th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Charles H. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Charles H. Union Artillery
3rd Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Charles H. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Cavalry

Flanders, Charles L. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Charles M. Union Infantry
105th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Charles N. Union Infantry
105th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Charles W. Union Infantry
40th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Charles W. Union Artillery
14th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Chas. G. Union Infantry
General Service Infantry (Regular Army)

Flanders, Chauncey H. Union Infantry
86th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Chesley Confederate Infantry
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Converse Union Infantry
148th Regiment, Ohio Infantry (National Guard)

Flanders, Cooper Union Infantry
81st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry

Flanders, Curtis Union Infantry
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry
6th New Hamphire
d. 19 April 1862 at South Mills, North Carolina. The battle of Camden (aka South Mills or Sawyer's Lane)
Burial: New Bern National Cemetery
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Flanders, D.M. Confederate Artillery
Massenburg's Battery,
Georgia Light Artillery (Jackson Artillery)

Flanders, D.M. Confederate Infantry
14th Battalion, Georgia Infantry
(State Guards)

Flanders, Daniel Union Infantry
10th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Daniel Union Infantry
13th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Daniel Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Daniel Union Infantry
29th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Daniel B. Union Infantry
4th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Daniel B. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, US Artillery (Regular Army)

Flanders, Daniel C. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Daniel C. Union Infantry
27th Regiment, Maine Infantry
(9 months, 1862-63)

Flanders, Daniel F. Union Infantry
16th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Daniel J. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Maine Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Daniel J. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Daniel J. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Daniel M. Union Infantry
1st Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Daniel N. Union Infantry
9th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Daniel N. Union Infantry
12th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Daniel W. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Maine Heavy Artillery

Flanders, David A. Union Infantry
10th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, David B. Union Artillery
2nd Regiment, US Artillery (Regular Army)

Flanders, David J. Union Infantry
14th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)


Flanders, David M. Confederate Infantry
2nd Battalion, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, E.H. Confederate
5th Regiment, Georgia Reserves

Flanders, Edmund G. Union Infantry
1st Regiment, Vermont Infantry
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Flanders, Edward C. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Rhode Island Cavalry
PVT C 1 RI CAV
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
DATE OF DEATH: 05/10/1862
Burial: US Soldiers' and Airmen's Home National Cemetery
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Flanders, Edward C. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Cavalry

Flanders, Edward O. Union Infantry
50th Regiment,
Massachusetts Infantry (Militia)

Flanders, Edward P. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry
(100 days, 1864) (Militia)

Flanders, Edward W. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, Minnesota Infantry

Flanders, Edward W. Union Artillery
8th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Edwin Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Edwin Union Infantry
12th Regiment, Michigan Infantry

Flanders, Edwin B. Union Artillery
2nd Battery, Vermont Light Artillery

Flanders, Edwin C. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Cavalry

Flanders, Edwin J. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Enoch Union Infantry
11th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Enos J. Union Infantry
148th Regiment, Ohio Infantry (National Guard)

Flanders, Ezra W. Union Infantry
12th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Francis Union Artillery
8th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Francis C. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Francis C. Union
Unassigned Veteran Reserve Corps

Flanders, Francis C. Union
3rd Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps

Flanders, Francis D. Union Infantry
38th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Francis J. Confederate Infantry
14th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Francis L. Union Infantry
96th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Francis M. Union Cavalry
9th Regiment, Iowa Cavalry

Flanders, Francis M. Union Infantry
18th Regiment, Iowa Infantry

Flanders, Frank A. Union Infantry
6th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Frank B. Union Infantry
11th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Frank C. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Frank M. Union Infantry
44th Regiment,
Massachusetts Infantry (Militia)

Flanders, Frank N. Union Infantry
6th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Georg A. Union Infantry
8th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, George Union Infantry
8th Regiment, Ohio Infantry

Flanders, George Confederate Cavalry
15th Regiment, Confederate Cavalry

Flanders, George A. Union Infantry
9th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, George C. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, George C. Union Infantry
20th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George C. Union Infantry
100th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, George C. Union Cavalry
11th Regiment, Ohio Cavalry

Flanders, George E. Union Cavalry
5th Regiment, Kansas Cavalry

Flanders, George E. Union Infantry
40th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George E. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George E.L. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, George F. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Cavalry

Flanders, George F. Union Infantry
26th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George F. Union Artillery
2nd Regiment, US Artillery (Regular Army)

Flanders, George I. Union Infantry
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George I. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, George J. Union Infantry
18th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, George J. Union Cavalry
11th Regiment, Ohio Cavalry
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UNIDENTIRIED AS YET:

Pvt C. H. Flanders
PVT US ARMY
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
DATE OF DEATH: 08/09/1863
DATE OF INTERMENT: 08/09/1863
Burial Mound City National Cemetery
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Pvt Charles A. Flanders
PVT US ARMY
VETERAN SERVICE DATES: Unknown
DATE OF DEATH: 08/23/1875
DATE OF INTERMENT: 08/23/1875
Burial: Cypress Hills National Cemetery
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RIVERSIDE CEMETERY
ADAMS COUNTY COLORADO

Flanders, Albert, d. 9 Sep 1898, [CSA]
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Flanders, Charles Confederate
Waul's Texas Legion

Flanders, Charles Union Infantry
10th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)

Flanders, Charles Confederate Artillery
4th Battalion, Texas Artillery (Shea's)

Flanders, Charles A. Union Infantry 9th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Charles A. Union Infantry 10th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Charles B. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (100 days, 1864) (Militia)

Flanders, Charles C. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Cavalry

Flanders, Charles C. Confederate Infantry
26th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Charles E. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Charles G. Union Infantry
6th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Charles G. Union
12th Regiment, Veteran Reserve Corps

Flanders, Charles H. Union Infantry
11th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Charles H. Union Infantry
16th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Charles H. Union Infantry
100th Regiment, New York Infantry

Flanders, Charles H. Union Infantry
5th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Charles H. Union Artillery
3rd Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Charles H. Union Cavalry
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Cavalry

Flanders, Charles L. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Charles M. Union Infantry
105th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Charles N. Union Infantry
105th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Charles W. Union Infantry
40th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry

Flanders, Charles W. Union Artillery
14th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Chas. G. Union Infantry
General Service Infantry (Regular Army)

Flanders, Chauncey H. Union Infantry
86th Regiment, Illinois Infantry

Flanders, Chesley Confederate Infantry
48th Regiment, Georgia Infantry

Flanders, Converse Union Infantry
148th Regiment, Ohio Infantry (National Guard)

Flanders, Cooper Union Infantry
81st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry

Flanders, Curtis Union Infantry
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Curtis Union Infantry
6th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, D.M. Confederate Artillery
Massenburg's Battery, Georgia Light Artillery (Jackson Artillery)

Flanders, D.M. Confederate Infantry
14th Battalion, Georgia Infantry (State Guards)

Flanders, Daniel Union Infantry
10th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Daniel Union Infantry
13th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Daniel Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Daniel Union Infantry
29th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Daniel B. Union Infantry
4th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Daniel B. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, US Artillery (Regular Army)

Flanders, Daniel C. Union Infantry
17th Regiment, Maine Infantry

Flanders, Daniel C. Union Infantry
27th Regiment, Maine Infantry (9 months, 1862-63)

Flanders, Daniel F. Union Infantry
16th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Daniel J. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Maine Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Daniel J. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, New Hampshire Heavy Artillery

Flanders, Daniel J. Union Infantry
3rd Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, Daniel M. Union Infantry
1st Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Daniel N. Union Infantry
9th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Daniel N. Union Infantry
12th Regiment, Vermont Infantry

Flanders, Daniel W. Union Artillery
1st Regiment, Maine Heavy Artillery

Flanders, David A. Union Infantry
10th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry

Flanders, David B. Union Artillery
2nd Regiment, US Artillery (Regular Army)

Flanders, David J. Union Infantry
14th Regiment, US Infantry (Regular Army)
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MOUND CITY NATIONAL CEMETERY
Flander, C H,
d. 03/15/1864, Plot: E 0 3655, bur. 03/15/1864
Flanders, C H,
d. 08/09/1863, Plot: F 0 4827, bur. 08/09/1863
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FLANDERS, Aaron, 1827-1896, Mound, Marietta Twp.
FLANDERS, Alice, 1857-1871, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Alice M, d. 1863, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Augustis, Oak Grove, Marietta Twp, Civil, 7 OVC.
FLANDERS, B. R, Oak Grove, Marietta Twp.
FLANDERS, Benjamin, d. 1872, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Benny F, 1862-1862, Mound, Marietta Twp.
FLANDERS, Christianna, 1833-1887, Mound, Marietta Twp.
FLANDERS, Edna, d. 1882, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Enoch, 1739-1810, Mound, Marietta Twp, Rev War.
FLANDERS, Enos J.(ewell), 1840-1902, Lower Salem, Salem Twp, Civil, 148 OVI.
FLANDERS, George, Oak Grove, Marietta Twp.
FLANDERS, George A, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Grant, 1902-1941, Lower Salem, Salem Twp.
FLANDERS, Henry, 1861-1862, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Jacob, 1803-1885, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, James, d. 1884, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, James S, d. 1872, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Jesse, d. 1872, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Lovena Ball, Oak Grove, Marietta Twp.
FLANDERS, Lucy, 1792-1869, Mound, Marietta Twp.
FLANDERS, Lucy, Mound, Marietta Twp.
FLANDERS, Martha, 1785-1880, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Mary E, 1848-1930, Lower Salem, Salem Twp.
FLANDERS, Moses, 1783-1852, Mound, Marietta Twp.
FLANDERS, Moses, 1783-1852, Mound, Marietta Twp.
FLANDERS, Nicy, d. 1856, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Sarah, 1836-1864, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Sarah, d. 1892, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Thomas, d. 1862, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, William A, d. 1859, Flanders, Fearing Twp.
FLANDERS, Wm. Henry, d. 1862, Flanders, Fearing Twp, Civil, 36 OVI.
FLANDERS, 1855-1855, Flanders, Fearing Twp, Son of J. & N.
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INTRODUCTION:
Custer's Last Stand ... Aftermath

Custer didn’t deal with military victories and moral failures for long. In 1876, he and his 264 men died in an attack on Sioux and Cheyenne warriors during the Battle of the Little Big Horn in Black Hills, Montana.
The federal government opened Black Hills to gold mining in 1875 but Native Americans refused to leave the area because of its religious significance. As the U.S. military gathered to forcibly relocate the warriors, Custer’s troops disregarded orders and attacked a village.
George Flanders was a soldier in a group arriving in Black Hills on June 26, 1876, a day after Custer’s charge. Flanders buried his comrades that day and, years later, he heard an account of Custer’s battlefield actions. In the Federal Writers’ Project essay, George L. Flanders, he recounted the Cheyenne Indian tale that “Custer had received a wound in the hip and was unable to get up, but continued shooting until he had used all except one of his cartridges and with that last bullet shot himself.” Custer’s death galvanized the military. In subsequent months, they tracked down Sioux and Cheyenne warriors and forced them onto reservations.
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George L. Flanders was born April 6th, 1858, st St Joseph, MO. His father died when George was two years old and at the age of nine was compeled to go to work to help support the family. At the age of 13 he started his career as a cowboy at which time he secured work on the cattle ranch owned by C.H. and V.H. Phenny, whos brand was called the Crazy D. He remained with the Crazy D ranch for six years. He enlisted, for a term of three years, in the Scout service under General Miles in the year of [1877?], he was then 19 years old.
The following day after Custer's massacre, June 26th, 1876, he was with General Miles when the General arrived at the Battle Ground on the little Big Horn River and assisted in burying the dead soldiers. George was in several battles against the Cheyenne Indians. On two occasions he was shot off his horse. He was [convalesing?] from wounds when his term of service ended.
After he regained his health he returned to the Crazy D ranch for a period of one year.
Source: American Life Histories: Manuscripts from the Federal Writers' Project, 1936-1940
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From the Vineyard Gazette editions of May, 1963:

As in almost every happening on the Vineyard during the 19th century, the whaling industry enters the local Civil War picture. The first whaleship burned by the Confederate raider, Alabama, was an Edgartown vessel, the Ocmulgee, Capt. Abraham Osborn Jr., and the story is probably the most repeated of our ships' encounters with Captain Semmes.

Less quoted, but equally dramatic is the experience of Ulysses E. Mayhew who, aged 13, was cabin boy aboard the bark Lafayette, Capt. William Lewis, when she was captured off the island of Fernando da Noronha, then a Brazilian convict colony. The LaFayette had been cruising for about a year in company with the Kate Cory, Capt. Stephen Flanders of Chilmark, when the two captains "Concluded," according to Mayhew's account, "to stop in order to get fresh meat, vegetables, fruits, etc.

"When first we sighted the Island," he continues, "on the morning of April 16, 1862, we caught sight of three vessels, innocent looking enough. We suspected nothing, worked our way in nearer, and the wind being very light, Capts. Lewis and Flanders, each taking a boat crew started for shore. On arriving at the roadstead they leaned the nature of one of the trio. But they had no way of communicating the fact to us.

"We aboard the Lafayette and Cory knew nothing, suspected nothing. Imagine, then, to our dismay, when one of the three ships we had seen got up steam and underway, coming out around the south end of the island. The Cory was about a half mile astern of us. By the maneuvering of the Alabama, we now realized the game was up. We had evaded privateers for long months of our cruise only now to run into the worst and most dreaded of them the Alabama . . . . the Alabama put a crew aboard the Cory and . . . . 'haul back your yards, shorten sail, and we'll send a boat aboard' came the order. It was from Semmes himself."

A boat came across in charge of the chief boatswain, and a second boat followed in charge of the first lieutenant. This officer ordered us to get our belongings 'together at once and leave the ship within 15 minutes'. We had already hidden about us what we wanted to keep from rebel eyes. The boarding crew first took the nautical instruments, and then demanded the slop chest. Mate Cottle refused to tell where it could be found. Our men were thereupon ordered to get into boats without delay, we using our own boats. 15 minutes later, the Lafayette had been hove to, she was a mass of flames.

"The Cory was determined on by Semmes as our refuge. In all there were about 130 prisoners . . . . They were landed on the Island with provisions . . . . " The Cory was later towed out to sea and burned. When the Alabama claims were finally settled, Mayhew received $650, which was probably far more than any 185th of a lay he would have received as a cabin boy, even of a full ship.
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The Ezekiel Flanders referred to was born May 21, 1721, son of Jacob Flanders and Mercy Clough. He was married to Sarah Bishop and all their children were born in Boscawen.

"On the morning of April 13, 1753, Abraham Kimball and Samuel Putney, both young boys, were captured by the Indians at Putney’s Hill, Hopkinton. The Indians, working in the interests of the French, intended to take the youths to Canada, where the French would pay them for their captives. After attempting to secure more captives, the Indians set out for Canada, and the following morning crossed the Contoocook River at Tyler’s Bridge, near Boscawen (now Webster), where they killed some cattle, and selected the best part of the meat to take with them.

"There were living at the time, on a hill west of Boscawen plains, two or three families by the name of Flanders. The men were noted through the whole country in those days as ëIndian hunters’, and were well known to the red-skins through that whole section to Canada, as they were frequently accompanied the celebrated Rogers and his Rangers on their excursions through those wilds. The Indians had many times attempted to kill these men, but always found them on the alert and ready to receive them. This time, they thought they would again make the attempt to destroy their deadly foe. Through one of their scouts, they learned that the Flanders men had left their barricaded homes for the day. They thought this a fit opportunity to carry their plans into effect. Accordingly the whole party secreted themselves behind a log fence in the corner of a field, and close by the path where the white men would come on their return home. Here they patiently waited for the return of their intended victims. Near night-fall, as the Flanders men were ascending the hill, their large Indian dogs showed unmistakable signs, by low growls and raised hair on their backs, that Indian were in the vicinity, and in the range of their path which led to their homes. Not knowing the number of the foes they had to contend with, they determined to make a bold charge up the hill, and dislodge their enemy, and reach their houses, where they were better provided for defense against attack. Accordingly, they ordered their dogs forward, and then gave a long, loud, unearthly yell and rushed forward, firing their guns. The Indians, who intended to waylay their enemy, were surprised themselves, and imagined that they were discovered, and were attacked by a large force from Rumford and Hopkinton, and fled from their hiding place for life. At the first sound of approaching danger, the captive boys were as much frightened as the Indians, and ran nearly as fast; but they soon began to think that they were running away from friends instead of enemies, and began to slacken their pace. The Indians were anxious to retain their captives, and tried to assist them along, but soon saw the ruse, as they did not try to hurry, and found that they must loose their prisoners or be taken themselves. One, a chief of the party, being irritated by the conduct of the boys, raised his hatchet and was in the act of burying it in the head of your Putney, when one of the dogs came up and seized the Indian by the neck, throwing him to the ground and lacerating his throat terribly. After the close of the French War, it was make known that this Indian died, from the effects of the wounds inflicted on him by the dog, before he reached Canada.

"This bold attack by the Flanders me liberated the two boys, and they returned home to their anxious parents the day after they were captured.
Source: Taken from "The Flanders Family from Europe to America" by Edith Flanders Dunbar.
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Frank B. FLANDERS, educator and farmer, Brunswick [Essex County, Vermont],
was born 15 February 1867 at Stewartstown [Coos County], New Hampshire, son
of Joseph W. and Ann (BLODGETT) FLANDERS. Educated in the public schools,
Lancaster Academy [Coos County], New Hampshire, and Dartmouth College, class
of 1892. After graduating from college Mr. FLANDERS was engaged in teaching;
was principal at Watson Academy, Epping [Rockingham County], New Hampshire,
four years; taught at Groveton [Coos County], New Hampshire, four years; and
principal Canaan High School [Essex County, Vermont] three years. In
1907-1908 built what was know as the Essex and Coos Telephone Line, which he
sold in 1910 to the Bell Telephone Company. In 1900 he purchased a farm in
Brunswick, where he has since resided. Democrat; has held all the town
offices; is at present town clerk, first selectman, school director and
justice of the peace; represented Brunswick in the Vermont Legislature 1908.
Member of the Unitarian Church of Lancaster [Coos County], New Hampshire.
Member of the Knights of Pythias; lecturer in the Grange, and a member of the
Phi Delta Theta fraternity at college.
Source: Encyclopedia Vermont Biography: A Series of Authentic Biographical Sketches
of the Representative Men of Vermont and Sons of Vermont in Other States.
Dodge. Burlington: Ullery Publishing Company, 1912, p 191
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William Dana FLANDERS, of Orange, was born 20 June 1850 in Orange [Orange
County, Vermont], son of Royal C. and Hannah B. (WILLIAMS) FLANDERS. Royal
C. FLANDERS enlisted as a private in the Second Regiment Vermont Volunteers,
and afterwards in the Ninth, and when he returned from the war, after more
than four years of service, he held the commission of lieutenant. William
Dana FLANDERS attended the common schools of Orange, but his father dying
when he was about sixteen years of age, his efforts to obtain an education
were brought to a termination. Before he was of age, he began as a laborer
in a saw mill, and naturally has followed the business of lumbering from that
time. In 1879 he formed a partnership with Carlos B. RICHARDSON, which
lasted six years, and since that time he has carried on the business alone,
in the summer time giving some attention to farming. Republican; has filled
the usual town offices, and was sent to the Vermont Legislature from Orange
in 1892; served upon the committee on claims. A Free Mason of more than
twenty years standing; member of Granite Lodge No. 35, of Barre, and also of
the chapter at that place. Although he commenced life under many
disadvantages, he has made full use of his opportunities and bears an
excellent reputation in the community in which he lives. On 03 July 1878 at
Barre [Washington County, Vermont] Mr. [William Dana] FLANDERS was married to
Cora B., daughter of Carlos B. and Sarah (JACKSON) RICHARDSON; four children
are the fruit of their marriage, two of whom died in infancy; Nettie B. and
Fred C. are still living with their parents.
Source: Men of Vermont: Illustrated Biographical History of Vermonters & Sons of Vermont. Ullery. Brattleboro: Transcript Publishing Company, 1894, p 140
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VOYAGE #17
DECEMBER 2, 1890 TO OCTOBER 31, 1891
ROBERT N. FLANDERS
BOATHEADER & FIRST MATE
FROM MASS. SHIPPED OUT OF SAN FRANCISCO
AGE 40
HEIGHT, 5'10"
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FLANDERS, Henry,
Lawyer, born in Plainfield, Sullivan County, New Hampshire, 13 February 1826. He was educated at Kimball academy and at the seminary in Newbury, Vermont. He studied law, chiefly with his father, Charles Flanders, who was graduated at Harvard in 1808, and a well-known member of the New Hampshire bar. In 1850 he settled in Philadelphia, where he has since practiced. He is the author of a "Treatise on Maritime Law" (Boston, 1852): a "Treatise on the Law of Shipping" (Philadelphia, 1853); "Chief Justices of the United States Supreme Court " (1855'8); " Memoirs of Cumberland" (1856); "An Exposition of the Constitution of the United States" (1860); and a "Treatise on the Principles of Insurance" (1871).
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Chilmark, MA Vital Records to 1850 (Births)

FLANDERS
Hannah (Tiliton) [w. John], Apr. 4, 1770
Hannah, ch. John and Hannah [dup. [w. Josiah Tilton]], Apr. 15, 1799
John [h. Hannah (Tlflton)], Sept. 14, 1769
John, ch. John and Hannah, May 1 [? 18], 1797
Keziah F. (Lumbert) [w. Samuel],
Olivia F. [dup. T.], d. Samuel and Eeziaii F. (Lumbert), Aug. 29, 1842.
Otis Smith, s. Daniel and Charlote, Aug. 12, 1842.
Rebecca, ch. John and Hannah [dup. [w. Leonard West]], June 29, 1806
Richard, ch. John and Hannah, Mar. 29, 1803.
Samuel, ch. John and Hannah [dup. [h. Keziah F. (Luinbert)]], June 4, 1810
Wilbur F., a. Samuel and Keziah F. (Lumbert), Jan. 30, 1839
William, Capt., Jan. 13, 1812. G.R.
William, ch. John and Hannah, Jan. 13, 1813.
____, d. John, June 29, 1806
____, d. Daniel and Jane, Apr. 21, 1844.
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Flanders Agnes E., bds. Middle rd.
Flanders Allen A., fisherman, h. Quitsa
Flanders Carrie V., bds. Menemsha Creek
Flanders Charles G., laborer, h. South rd.
Flanders Daniel H., fisherman, h. Menemsha Creek
Flanders Edy C., fisherman, h. Menemsha Creek
Flanders Ernest L., fisherman, h. Menemsha Creek
Flanders Frank P., fisherman, h. Middle rd.
Flanders Hattie S., (I. F. Flanders & Co.), bakery, Menemsha Creek, h. do.
Flanders Horace L., farmer and selectman, h. North rd.
Flanders I. F. & Co., (Hattie S. Flanders), bakery, Menemsha Creek, h. do.
Flanders K. F., Mrs., bds. Menemsha Creek
Flanders Stephen, Capt., farmer, h. South rd., P. O., W. T.
Flanders Wilbur F., fisherman, h. Menemsha Creek
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1850 CENSUS OF CHILMARK:

55 61
John Flanders 50 M Mariner Chilmark, MA N N N 05/01/00

Mary Flanders 48 F Tisbury, MA
N N N 06/16/01

Daniel Flanders 27 M Mariner Chilmark, MA N N N 10/28/22

James H. Flanders 25 M Chilmark, MA
N N N 04/05/25 Idiotic

Francis A. Flanders 23 M Mariner Chilmark, MA N N N 06/10/26

Ann F. Flanders 19 F Chilmark, MA
N Y N 07/27/30

Adeline M. Flanders 17 F Chilmark, MA N N N 09/20/32 not in sch.

John W. Flanders 12 M Chilmark, MA
N Y N 09/18/37

William Flanders 38 M Mariner Chilmark, MA N N N 01/01/12 No B. day
none Flanders 01 M Chilmark, MA N N N 04/01/50 RLP: age 1/12 no day of birth

56 62 HOME OF BENIAH TILTON & FAMILY
William W. Flanders 8 M Tisbury, MA N Y N 04/04/42
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77 86
Daniel Flanders 46 M Mariner 2500 Chilmark, MA N N N 11/17/03

Jane K. Flanders 41 F Chilmark, MA
N N N 01/30/09

Mary S. Flanders 17 F Chilmark, MA N Y N 03/30/33

Stephen Flanders 14 M Mariner Chilmark, MA N Y N 01/17/36

Charlotte J. Flanders 12 F Chilmark, MA N Y N 01/20/38

Otis S. Flanders 7 M Chilmark, MA N Y N 08/13/42

Abbie Jane Flanders 6 F Chilmark, MA N Y N 04/22/44

Daniel H. Flanders 3 M Chilmark, MA N N N 02/23/47

Clarissa G. Flanders 01 F Chilmark, MA N N N 07/17/49 RLP: age 10/12
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
79 88
Richard Flanders 46 M Mariner 3300 Chilmark, MA N N N 03/29/04

Parnel Flanders 38 F Chilmark, MA
N N N 04/20/12

Ephraim Flanders 16 M Mariner Chilmark, MA N N N 06/21/33

Hannah V. Flanders 14 F Chilmark, MA N Y N 02/09/36

Richard W. Flanders 12 M Chilmark, MA N Y N 01/01/38

Emeline S. Flanders 10 F Chilmark, MA N Y N 04/05/40

Cyrus H. Flanders 3 M Chilmark, MA N N N 11/09/46
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80 89
Samuel Flanders 40 M Farmer 1000 Chilmark, MA N N N 06/04/09

Keziah F. Flanders 32 F Chilmark, MA N N N 08/04/17

Wilbur F Flanders 12 M Chilmark, MA N Y N 01/30/38

Eddy C. Flanders 9 M Chilmark, MA N Y N 11/21/40

Olivia T. Flanders 7 F Chilmark, MA N Y N 08/29/42

Agnes L. Flanders 4 F Chilmark, MA N Y N 08/28/45

Clarissa C. Flanders 2 F Chilmark, MA N N N 06/21/47

Freeman B. Flanders 1 M Chilmark, MA N N 10/30/48

Hepsibah Lumbert 77 F Edgartown, MA N N N 11/22/73
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90
Hannah Flanders 80 F Chilmark, MA
N N N 04/04/70
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86 98
Alvin Flanders 55 M Mariner 2100 Chilmark, MA N N N 01/01/00 No B. dates

Meribah Flanders 52 F Chilmark, MA
N N N 04/12/98

Albert F. Flanders 26 M Farmer Chilmark, MA N N N 06/13/23

Pamela T. Flanders 17 F Chilmark, MA N Y N 04/05/33
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Index to the 1850 Census of Dukes County, MA

Fisher, William (b. 07/26/37) Edgartown 79 102
Flanders, Abbie Jane (b. 04/22/44) Chilmark 77 86
Flanders, Adeline M. (b. 09/20/32) Chilmark 55 61
Flanders, Agnes L. (b. 08/28/45) Chilmark 80 89
Flanders, Albert F. (b. 06/13/23) Chilmark 86 98
Flanders, Alvin (b. 01/01/00) Chilmark 86 98
Flanders, Ann F. (b. 07/27/30) Chilmark 55 61
Flanders, Charlotte J. (b. 01/20/38) Chilmark 77 86
Flanders, Clarissa C. (b. 06/21/47) Chilmark 80 89
Flanders, Clarissa G. (b. 07/17/49) Chilmark 77 86
Flanders, Cyrus H. (b. 11/09/46) Chilmark 79 88
Flanders, Daniel (b. 11/17/03) Chilmark 77 86
Flanders, Daniel (b. 10/28/22) Chilmark 55 61
Flanders, Daniel H. (b. 02/23/47) Chilmark 77 86
Flanders, Eddy C. (b. 11/21/40) Chilmark 80 89
Flanders, Emeline S. (b. 04/05/40) Chilmark 79 88
Flanders, Ephraim (b. 06/21/33) Chilmark 79 88
Flanders, Francis A. (b. 06/10/26) Chilmark 55 61
Flanders, Freeman B. (b. 10/30/48) Chilmark 80 89
Flanders, Hannah (b. 04/04/70) Chilmark 80 90
Flanders, Hannah V. (b. 02/09/36) Chilmark 79 88
Flanders, James H. (b. 04/05/25) Chilmark 55 61
Flanders, Jane K. (b. 01/30/09) Chilmark 77 86
Flanders, John (b. 05/01/00) Chilmark 55 61
Flanders, John W. (b. 09/18/37) Chilmark 55 61
Flanders, Keziah F. (b. 08/04/17) Chilmark 80 89
Flanders, Mary (b. 06/16/01) Chilmark 55 61
Flanders, Mary S. (b. 03/30/33) Chilmark 77 86
Flanders, Meribah (b. 04/12/98) Chilmark 86 98
Flanders, Olivia T. (b. 08/29/42) Chilmark 80 89
Flanders, Otis S. (b. 08/13/42) Chilmark 77 86
Flanders, Pamela T. (b. 04/05/33) Chilmark 86 98
Flanders, Parnel (b. 04/20/12) Chilmark 79 88
Flanders, Richard (b. 03/29/04) Chilmark 79 88
Flanders, Richard W. (b. 01/01/38) Chilmark 79 88
Flanders, Samuel (b. 06/04/09) Chilmark 80 89
Flanders, Stephen (b. 01/17/36) Chilmark 77 86
Flanders, Wilbur F (b. 01/30/38) Chilmark 80 89
Flanders, William (b. 01/01/12) Chilmark 55 61
Flanders, William W. (b. 04/04/42) Chilmark 56 62
Flanders, none (b. 04/01/50) Chilmark 55 61
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1880 Federal Census of Chilmark, Mass.
Including Gay Head and Noman's Land

Flanders, ? F. 33 / 35 58 MA farmer
Flanders, Albina E. 33 / 35 46 MA keeping house
Flanders, Allen A. 84 / 88 8 MA at school
Flanders, Alvin P. 51 / 53 20 MA laborer / farm help
Flanders, Charles G. 67 / 70 17 MA
Flanders, Clara C. 12 / 12 32 MA teacher
Flanders, Clara G. 80 / 84 31 MA
Flanders, Cythia S. 67 / 70 18 MA
Flanders, Daniel 80 / 84 79 MA farmer
Flanders, Earnest L. 84 / 88 7 MA at school
Flanders, Edy C. 84 / 88 39 MA farmer + fisherman
Flanders, Emily O. 12 / 12 23 MA
Flanders, Franklin P. 12 / 12 24 MA fisherman cannot read
Flanders, Hattie S. 6 / 6 25 MA dressmaker
Flanders, Henry R. 67 / 70 20 MA at school
Flanders, Horace L. 33 / 35 19 MA
Flanders, Howard S. 12 / 12 19 MA fisherman
Flanders, Ida F. 12 / 12 21 MA dressmaker
Flanders, Isadora B. 67 / 70 42 MA keeping house
Flanders, Jane 80 / 84 71 MA keeping house
Flanders, Josephine 80 / 84 42 MA
Flanders, Keziah F. 12 / 12 64 MA keeping house
Flanders, Mary P. 84 / 88 32 MA keeping house
Flanders, Parnal 14 / 14 68 MA keeping house
Flanders, Richard 14 / 14 76 MA farmer
Flanders, Robert N. 12 / 12 27 MA fisherman
Flanders, Samuel 12 / 12 72 MA underwriter agent
Flanders, Stephen 67 / 70 45 MA farmer
Flanders, Tiley P. 33 / 35 17 MA
Flanders, W.S. 80 / 84 38 MA carpenter
Flanders, Wilber F. 118 / 127 40 MA farmer + fisherman
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The 1880 Federal Census of Chilmark, Mass.
Including Gay Head and Noman's Land

12 12
Samuel Flanders 72 underwriter agent MA
Keziah F. Flanders 64 keeping house MA

Clara C. Flanders 32 teacher MA

Robert N. Flanders 27 fisherman MA

Franklin P. Flanders 24 fisherman MA cannot read

Emily O. Flanders 23 MA

Ida F. Flanders 21 dressmaker MA

Howard S. Flanders 19 fisherman MA

14 14
Richard Flanders 76 farmer MA

Parnal Flanders 68 keeping house MA

33 35
? F. Flanders 58 farmer MA

Albina E. Flanders 46 keeping house MA

Horace L. Flanders 19 MA

Tiley P. Flanders 17 MA
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67 70
Stephen Flanders 45 farmer MA

Isadora B. Flanders 42 keeping house MA

Henry R. Flanders 20 at school MA

Cythia S. Flanders 18 MA

Charles G. Flanders 17 MA
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80 84
Daniel Flanders 79 farmer MA

Jane Flanders 71 keeping house MA

Josephine Flanders 42 MA

W.S. Flanders 38 carpenter MA

Clara G. Flanders 31 MA

84 88
Edy C. Flanders 39 farmer + fisherman MA

Mary P. Flanders 32 keeping house MA

Allen A. Flanders 8 at school MA

Earnest L. Flanders 7 at school MA
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1910 Federal Census of Chilmark, Mass.

Flanders, Abby S. 81 / 81 wife F W 51 M2 MA none
Flanders, Agnes E. 88 / 88 daughter F W 19 S MA none
Flanders, Aleta 15 / 15 granddaughter F W 6 S MA none
Flanders, Allen 15 / 15 son-in-law M W 37 M1 MA fisherman
Flanders, Anna C. 88 / 88 wife F W 45 M1 Germany dressmaker
Flanders, Charles G. 53 / 53 son M W 42 S MA farm laborer
Flanders, Daniel 26 / 26 son M W 36 S MA fisherman
Flanders, Daniel H. 27 / 27 head M W 63 M2 MA light keeper
Flanders, Doris 27 / 27 daughter F W 20 S MA none
Flanders, E 26 / 26 head M W 69 M1 MA fisherman
Flanders, Ethel L. 15 / 15 daughter F W 31 M1 MA none
Flanders, Eunice A. 81 / 81 mother F W 76 Wd MA none
Flanders, Frank 88 / 88 head M W 56 M1 MA fisherman
Flanders, Frieda 88 / 88 daughter F W 9 S MA none
Flanders, Hattie S. 22 / 22 head F W 58 S MA retail merchant
Flanders, Herbert D. 27 / 27 son M W 8 S MA none
Flanders, Horace L. 81 / 81 head M W 48 M1 MA farmer
Flanders, Ida F. 22 / 22 sister F W 53 S MA none
Flanders, Lesly 15 / 15 grandson M W 1 1/2 S MA none
Flanders, Mary E. 27 / 27 wife F W 39 M1 ME none
Flanders, Mary P. 26 / 26 wife F W 62 M1 MA none
Flanders, Oscar B. 88 / 88 son M W 15 S MA none
Flanders, Otis S. 37 / 37 boarder M W 67 Wd MA carpenter
Flanders, Pauline 27 / 27 daughter F W 12 S MA none
Flanders, Robert N. 88 / 88 son M W 22 S MA none
Flanders, Stephen 53 / 53 head M W 75 Wd MA sea captain
Flanders, Walter E. 88 / 88 son M W 17 S MA none
Flanders, Wilbur F. 37 / 37 head M W 71 S MA fisherman
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The 1910 Federal Census of Chilmark, Mass.

15 15 Jared Mayhew head M W 58 M1 MA MA MA farmer
Jerusha Mayhew wife F W 51 M1 MA MA MA
MA none
Allen Flanders son-in-law M W 37 M1 MA MA MA fisherman
Ethel L. Flanders daughter F W 31 M1 MA MA MA none
Aleta Flanders granddaughter F W 6 S MA MA MA none
Lesly Flanders grandson M W 1 1/2 S MA MA MA none
22 22 Hattie S. Flanders head F W 58 S MA MA MA retail merchant
Ida F. Flanders sister F W 53 S MA MA MA none
Clare Mayhew sister F W 62 Wd MA MA MA none

26 26 E Flanders head M W 69 M1 MA MA MA fisherman
Mary P. Flanders wife F W 62 M1 MA MA MA none
Daniel Flanders son M W 36 S MA MA MA fisherman

27 27 Daniel H. Flanders head M W 63 M2 MA MA MA light keeper
Mary E. Flanders wife F W 39 M1 ME ME ME none
Doris Flanders daughter F W 20 S MA MA ME none
Pauline Flanders daughter F W 12 S MA MA MA none
Herbert D. Flanders son M W 8 S MA MA MA none

53 53 Stephen Flanders head M W 75 Wd MA MA MA sea captain
Charles G. Flanders son M W 42 S MA MA MA farm laborer

81 81 Horace L. Flanders head M W 48 M1 MA MA MA farmer
Abby S. Flanders wife F W 51 M2 MA MA MA none
Eunice A. Flanders mother F W 76 Wd MA MA MA none

88 88 Frank Flanders head M W 56 M1 MA MA MA fisherman
Anna C. Flanders wife F W 45 M1 Germany Germany Germany dressmaker
Robert N. Flanders son M W 22 S MA MA Germany none
Agnes E. Flanders daughter F W 19 S MA MA Germany none
Walter E. Flanders son M W 17 S MA MA Germany none
Oscar B. Flanders son M W 15 S MA MA Germany none
Frieda Flanders daughter F W 9 S MA MA Germany none
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Index to Death and Marriage Notices
in the Vineyard Gazette
1884 - 1939

Flanders, Aleta m 04/27/34
Flanders, Mrs. Alvin d 01/03/30
Flanders, Alvin d 05/08/36
Flanders, Charles d 10/23/25
Flanders, Edy d 01/02/13
Flanders, Edy d 03/06/13
Flanders, Emery m 10/13/39
Flanders, Emma m 09/13/29
Flanders, Frank d 09/02/38
Flanders, Mrs. Henry d 09/09/20
Flanders, Henry R. d 09/16/32
Flanders, Herbert m 10/13/21
Flanders, Hope m 08/24/37
Flanders, Horace L. d 12/25/36
Flanders, Miss. Ida d 02/03/39
Flanders, Mary d 07/15/27
Flanders, Nancy Elizabeth b 09/03/29
Flanders, Oscar m 02/24/21
Flanders, Otis d 04/30/26
Flanders, Tiley d 06/01/28
Flanders, Wilbur d 02/06/25
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Marriages in Tisbury by Bride's Name 1844 - 1940:

FLANDERS EDDY C. ATHEARN MARY P. 03/25/1866
FLANDERS EMORY BARTLETT DE COSTER EUGENIE HELEN 10/08/1939
FLANDERS HENRY R. CLOUGH ANNOURRILLA M. 06/20/1889
FLANDERS LESLIE MAYHEW BRADBURY FLORENCE LORD 06/19/1940
FLANDERS WALTER E. BRUSH GERTRUDE E. 12/24/1914
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Chilmark, MA Vital Records to 1850 (Marriages):
FLANDERS Zadock A., 21,
and Betsey Flanders,
July 5, 1842

FLANDERS:
Betsey and Cyrus Hatch, Sept. 1, 1791
Betsey, 19 and Zadock A. Athearn, July 5, 1831
Daniel and Charlotte Smith, Jan. 24, 1830
Daniel, Capt. and Mrs. Jane Manter, Mar. 5, 1843
Hannah Jr. [dup omits Jr.] and Josiah Tilton, Oct. 21, 1829
John and Sarah Hillman, Jan. 27, 1769
John Jr. [dup omits Jr.] and Hannah Tillton, Dec. 23, 1792
Rebecca and Leonard West, May 5, 1826
Richard, Capt. and Parnal Pool, June 6, 1832
Samuel and Keziah [dup and int. Kaziah] F. Lumert, Apr. 2, 1837
William, Capt. and Agnas L. Tilton, int. June 25, 1840
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Lowell Institute for Savings Bank Records 1841-1842

CORDELIA FLANDERS 1842
HANNAH FLANDERS 1841
MARY FLANDERS 1842
PARKER FLANDERS 1842
RHODA FLANDERS 1842
SUSAN FLANDERS 1841
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LOWELL DEATHS 1904

ELLA E. FLANDERS
APRIL 29, 1904
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LOWELL DEATHS 1918

CATHERINE E. FLANDERS
MARCH 9, 1918 AGE: 64

MARGARET FLANDERS
SEPT. 17, 1918 AGE: 60

NATHAN F. FLANDERS
JULY 13, 1918 AGE: 62

NELLIE F. FLANDERS
JULY 4, 1918 AGE: 64
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LOWELL DEATHS 1923

FRANCIS E. FLANDERS
JUNE 16, 1923
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LOWELL DEATHS 1928

GEORGE H. FLANDERS
APRIL 25, 1928
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LOWELL DEATHS 1935

LUELLA E, CHASE (FLANDERS)
DEC. 9, 1935
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LOWELL DEATHS 1943

ALICE A SANDERS (FLANDERS)
JAN, 19, 1943
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LOWELL DEATHS 1946

HANNAH E. FLANDERS (GRANT)
FEB. 15, 1946

ELIZABETH E. FLANDERS (GOULDING)
MARCH 30, 1946

HARRIETT H. FLANDERS (WILBUR)
DEC. 7, 1946
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LOWELL DEATHS 1947

ALICE FLANDERS
OCT. 28, 1947
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LOWELL DEATHS 1936

SARAH S. FLANDERS (BROOKS)
JUNE 13, 1936

IDA ALICE FLANDERS (ALDRICH)
DEC. 1, 1936
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LOWELL DEATHS 1910

ANNA B. FLANDERS
AUG. 21, 1910

CHARLES S. FLANDERS
NOV. 23, 1910
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LOWELL DEATHS 1911

DORCAS E. FLANDERS
DEC. 21, 1911

HARRIET FLANDERS
JAN. 18, 1911
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LOWELL DEATHS 1919

ALEXANDER FLANDERS
MARCH 2, 1919

MARGARET F. FLANDERS
DEC. 13, 1919
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LOWELL DEATHS 1944

ANNA L. FLANDERS (NILES)
MAY 5, 1944

ELVERTON P. FLANDERS
SEPT. 29, 1944
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LOWELL DEATHS 1941

MARY E. WOODMAN (FLANDERS)
FEB. 6, 1941
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LOWELL DEATHS 1927

ELVIRA L. FLANDERS
SEPT 6, 1927 AGE; 78
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LOWELL DEATHS 1949

EMMA FLANDERS (GANNON)
NOV. 3, 1949
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LOWELL DEATHS 1938

WILLIAM B. FLANDERS
DEC. 22, 1938
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LOWELL DEATHS 1942

LT. ROBERT M. FLANDERS
JUNE 29, 1942
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LOWELL DEATHS 1943

FRED J. FLANDERS
AUG 3, 1943
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LOWELL DEATHS 1949

ANNIE B. JONES (FLANDERS)
JAN. 14, 1949
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LOWELL DEATHS 1916

HENRY C. FLANDERS
MAY 17, 1916
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LOWELL DEATHS 1917

JOHN K. FLANDERS
NOV. 3, 1917
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LOWELL DEATHS 1921

EDWARD J. FLANDERS
JULY 1, 1921 AGE 70
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LOWELL DEATHS 1922

WILLIAM M. T. FLANDERS
JAN. 17, 1922
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LOWELL DEATHS 1931

ADELBERT A. FLANDERS
SEPT. 9, 1931
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LOWELL DEATHS 1935

NELLIE F. MACKAY (FLANDERS)
APRIL 24, 1935
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LOWELL DEATHS 1944

NETTIE E. COSTELLO (FLANDERS)
SEPT 12, 1944
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LOWELL DEATHS 1948

ALBERT I. FLANDERS
FEB. 28, 1948
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LOWELL DEATHS 1962

RUTH H. WARREN (FLANDERS)
FEB. 7, 1962
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LOWELL DEATHS 1940

ALICE B. LANCEY (FLANDERS)
OCT. 18, 1940
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LOWELL DEATHS 1936

HARRIET M. CUNNINGHAM (FLANDERS)
30 Jun. 1936
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LOWELL DEATHS 1937

ELMER L. FLANDERS
JULY 30, 1937

MADELINE COREY (FLANDERS)
19 Mar. 1937
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LOWELL DEATHS 1930

FRANK B. FLANDERS
DEC. 7, 1930
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LOWELL AREA BIRTHS 1929

FATHER; HERBERT FLANDERS
MARCH 27, 1929 SON
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LOWELL AREA BIRTHS 1916

FATHER; ARTHUR FLANDERS
FEB. 1, 1916 SON
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Tewksbury Almshouse Patient

ALMIRA FLANDERS 1864/07-1866/01
DANIEL FLANDERS 1892
DAVID FLANDERS 1893
ELLA S. FLANDERS 1894
FREDERICK L. FLANDERS 1889
JEREMIAH FLANDERS 1891
NATHAN F. FLANDERS 1862/04-1864/07
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Marriage Intentions 1905

ELMER J. FLANDERS -38-
NELLIE V. RICH -25-
NOV. 4, 1905
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Marriage Intentions 1918

ELMER FLANDERS -29-
MARY LANDRY -32-
JUNE 29, 1918
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LOWELL AREA BIRTHS 1919

FATHER; CHARLES H. FLANDERS
APRIL 16, 1919 DAUGHTER
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LOWELL AREA BIRTHS 1917

FATHER ; CHARLES H. FLANDERS
DAUGHTER MAY 1, 1917
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LOWELL AREA BIRTHS 1920

FATHER; ELMER C. FLANDERS
MAY 7, 1920 SON
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LOWELL AREA BIRTHS 1923

FATHER; ARTHUR H. FLANDERS
SEPT. 6, 1923 DAUGHTER
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Marriage Intentions 1910

ELIZABETH M. FLANDERS -17-
FREDERICK N. BICKFORD -21-
FEB. 12, 1910
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Marriage Intentions 1911

EDWARD J. FLANDER -61-
NELLIE F. (FOOTE) SHORT -58-
APRIL 1, 1911
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Marriage Intentions 1914

GRACE. L. FLANDERS -18-
GROVER C. PIPER -22-
NOV. 21, 1914
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Marriage Intentions 1916

CHARLES HARRY FLANDERS -26-
BLANCHE IDELLA PRENTISS -18-
OCT. 28, 1916
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Marriage Intentions 1923

HERBERT N. FLANDERS -22-
HELEN H. HALEY -19-
AUG. 11, 1923
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Marriage Intentions 1934:

ROY FLANDERS
AGE: 31
AUGUSTA C. MITCHELL
AGE: 24
29 Sep. 1934
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Marriage Intentions 1942

ELMER W. FLANDERS
MARION R. GANNON
MAY 2, 1942
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Marriage Intentions 1944

VIVIAN FAY FLANDERS
NORMAN WEBSTER GOGGIN
JAN. 1, 1944
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Marriage Intentions 1947

HARRY H. FLANDERS
MARY MARSHALL
OCT. 7, 1947
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These deaths have been compiled from The Lowell Mail newspaper Wednesday
January 11, 1899. All of these people where Lowell residents and died away from home and brought to Lowell for burial in 1898.

MARY F. S. FLANDERS
AGE 88
AUBURN NH.

ETTA FLANDERS
AUG. 5, 1898
AGE 60
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LOWELL CORPORATION HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION
REGISTRY OF PATIENTS

WILLIAM E. FLANDERS
1847
MACHINEST - FEVER - CURED

ADELINE M. FLANDERS
1883 - BORN IRELAND
OVARIAN TUMOR
DIED

MRS. FLANDERS
1868
TUMOR - IMPROVED
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CEMETERY STONE RUBBINGS
Under the direction of Lewis Karabatsos the Lowell State College History Club undertook a project to document the slate (pre 1850) gravestones in Lowell 's cemeteries. Financed by the Lowell Historical Society, this group made hand rubbings of most of the early gravestones.

Edson Cemetery:
SAMUEL FLANDERS
MARCH 18, 1827
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B&M Railroad Employee Lists 1874-1939

Flanders, B. F. 1-15-1910
Flanders, Claude J. 3-2-1917
Flanders, George O. 2-22-1910
Flanders, J. L. 2-2-1898
Flanders, John L. 2-2-1898
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INDEX TO SHERIFF SALES

Flanders, Phannel
Auctions Lists 1833-1836 p. 137
& 139-140

Flanders, Thomas
Auctions 1831-1835 p. 11
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One of the most important names in the history of Cornville is that of the Flanders family, the first member of which, Jedediah Flanders (b. 1748), came to the town form Little
Salisbury, N. H. about 1795, only seven families preceding him in time of settlement. He bought a thousand acres in the center of the town and settled upon it with his boys. Soon after his coming he built a saw mill and grist mill and later a tannery and a fulling mill on the river near the present residence of George Warren. These were scenes of busy industry for some time, but almost every trace of them has now disappeared, as the buildings have been either torn down or carried away by some of the freshets which have occurred on the stream in recent years. Mr. Flanders m. Judith Tewksbury (b. 1752.) Their children, all of whom were born in Salisbury, were: Mary, b. 1770, m. Currier; Jonathan; b. 1771; Thomas, b. 1773; Sarah, b. 1776, m. McClure; William, b. 1778; Jedediah, b. 1781; Jacob, b. 1783; Judith, b. 1785, m. Morrill; Eleanor, b. 1787, m. Currier; Daniel, b. 1789; Moses, b. 1791.
Mr. Flanders died in 1823, aged 75 years.
Thomas Flanders, son of the above, came to Cornville from Salisbury, N. H. prior to 1800, and settled on the place now occupied by Mrs. R. A. Flanders. He m. Sarah Sawyer (b. 1777). Their children were: Parker, b. 1805; Salina, b. 1808, m. McClure; Lydia, b. 1810, m. Greeley, William, b. 1813; Thomas, b. 1816.
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Jeremiah Flanders (b. 1799) and his wife Betsey (Blaisdell) came from South Hampton, N. H. with a team prior to 1821, and settled on the place now occupied by Mrs. Mary J. Flanders and her sons, which he cleared. The family lived for some time in a log house and later Mr. Flanders built the house which now stands on the place. There was born to them a
family of six children: Hannah, b. 1821, m. Morrill; Elizabeth, b. 1824, m. Fogg; Susan, b. 1828, m. Richardson; Nancy, b. 1835, m. Smith; Joseph T., b. 1837; Emeline, b. 1840, m.
Evans.
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Nathaniel Flanders (b. 1798) came to Cornville from South Hampton, N. H. in 1822 and settled in the east part of the town a mile above the residence of Mary Flanders. Mr. Flanders came alone at first, began his clearing and built a small log house. The next year he brought his wife to the new home. The journey was made up the river to Waterville by boat and the remainder of the distance by team, three weeks being required to complete it. Mr. Flanders m. Priscilla Flanders.
Their children were: George, b. 1824; Mary, b. 1828, m. Whittier; Ruth A., b. 1834, m. Flanders; Hannah, b. 1837, m. Gardner.
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Ephraim Currier came to Cornville from Amesbury, Mass. more than 100 years ago, and settled on the farm now occupied by Mr. Later and known as the Dow place. He m. Mary Flanders. Their children were: Thomas, Ephraim,
Mary m. Folsom, Betsey m. Hodgdon, Judith m. Durrell, Ruth m. Pollard.
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"NARRATIVES OF THOSE WHO WERE TAKEN CAPTIVE OR KILLED BY THE INDIANS.

1756. Ezekiel Flanders and Edward Emery were killed by Indians, when hunting beaver by New-found pond, between Bristol and Hebron, in the county of Grafton, N. H. The Indians afterward informed, that one of them was shot when skinning a beaver in the camp, and the other shot at the same time, in sight of the camp, bringing in a beaver on his back.
It may not be improper to conclude this article of captivities by subjoining the capture and imprisonment of Lieut. John Flanders, by the British, at Quebec, in 1775.
On the alarm being given at Lexington, John Flanders, Junior volunteered his services; -- joined the company of Capt. Joshua Abbot, of Concord, N.H. with others, in April, and continued in the service to the last of the following September.
At this time, the expedition to Quebec was undertaken, and Col. Arnold took command of the troops. Oct. 1, 1775, Flanders enlisted in the company of Capt. Henry Dearborn, since Secretary of war, and commander of the U. S. Army in the late war. their march was by the way of Kennebec river, through the woods over the high lands ñ carrying their batteaux and baggage; and after experiencing incalculable hardships from bad travelling, want of accommodation, the advanced season, want of provision, and prevailing sickness, which proved fatal to many, they arrived at Point Levi, opposite to Quebec, Nov. 9. Here they continued making preparations for storming the city until the 31st of Dec., when the unsuccessful attempt was made. The fatal day, when the brave Montgomery fell, Arnold carried off with the wounded, 60 killed and 350 were taken prisons, on entering the city. Among the latter was John Flanders; who was taken, imprisoned, and secured in irons. from his irons, however, he was liberated the 1st of March, 1776, by order of the British commander, but continued in prison until the 1st of August following; then was permitted to sign a parole, and return home. He shipped, and on the 25th of September landed at N. York; from thence he travelled on foot, and was once more welcomed by his friends in his native town, after an absence of eighteen months. He was three months in the service ñ more than seven imprisoned, two of which in irons, and nearly two months on his passage home ñ months of hardships, deprivations and peril. ñ From Flander’s Journal."
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A Roster of the 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry:

Flanders, Carl L.
Flanders, Frank W.
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NAME RANK COMPANY UNIT RESIDENCE

FLANDERS, KNIGHT F PVT C 1 IL INF CHICAGO
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Alonzo M Flanders, Priv 23, 1/6/65
Alonzo M Flanders, Sutton, Priv 20, 8/24/61
Asahel G Flanders, Gilmanton, Priv 18, 8/12/62
Benjamin C Flanders, Priv 21, 10/4/64
Benjamin F Flanders, Nashua, Priv 23, 9/13/61
Charles C Flanders, Priv 18, 8/15/64
Charles H Flanders, Warner, Priv 24, 9/17/62
Charles H Flanders, Gilford, Priv 19, 10/24/61
Charles H Flanders, Dover, Corpl 24, 8/14/62
Curtis Flanders, Concord, Priv 26, 4/25/61
Curtis Flanders, Boscawen, Priv 26, 10/9/61
Daniel Flanders, Priv 38, 8/25/64
Daniel B Flanders, Andover, Sergeant 18, 8/22/61
Daniel F Flanders, Webster, Priv 44, 9/15/62
Daniel J Flanders, Captain 28, 9/5/64
Daniel J Flanders, Nashua, 1st Sergt 27, 8/6/61
Daniel P Flanders, Nashua, Priv 36, 8/27/62
David A Flanders, Boscawen, Priv 27, 8/18/62
Edwin Flanders, Goffstown, Priv 18, 8/11/63
Frank B Flanders, Warner, Priv 18, 8/21/62
Frank N Flanders, New Hampton, Priv 21, 10/14/61
George A Flanders, Sanbornton, Captain 27, 12/20/61
George C Flanders, Danbury, Sergeant 24, 9/14/61
George E Flanders, Concord, 3rd Cl Musician 35, 8/15/61
George J Flanders, Priv 18, 9/7/64
George W Flanders, Priv 27, 8/6/62
Hiram F Flanders, Loudon, Priv 38, 8/29/62
Horace F Flanders, Brentwood, Priv 24, 7/20/63
Ira M Flanders, Gilmanton, Priv 33, 8/9/62
Irad E Flanders, Hanover, Priv 21, 11/14/63
James Flanders, Priv 24, 12/26/63
Jesse Flanders, Priv 44, 1/4/64
Job Flanders, Dover, Priv 44, 5/5/64
John A Flanders, Priv 30, 8/30/62
John A Flanders, Priv 20, 9/1/64
John K Flanders, Concord, Sergeant 22, 7/22/61
John S Flanders, Lebanon, Priv 18, 8/26/61
Jonathan Flanders Jr, Henniker, Priv 25, 9/5/62
Joseph A Flanders, Musician 18, 4/9/64
Josiah C Flanders, Madison, Corpl 24, 8/15/62
Josiah H Flanders, Boscawen, Priv 37, 11/26/61
King H Flanders, Nashua, Sergeant 35, 8/8/61
Laurin Flanders, Priv 38, 9/22/64
Orlando Flanders, Henniker, Priv 18, 6/17/62
Perry B Flanders, Andover, Corpl 21, 8/13/62
Robert K Flanders, Concord, Corpl 20, 8/12/62
Rothois Flanders, Concord, Musician 19, 10/3/62
Samuel F Flanders, Priv 35, 9/1/64
Samuel F Flanders, Gilford, Priv 33, 9/27/61
Samuel R Flanders, Sergeant 33, 8/29/64
Thomas B Flanders, Warner, Priv 31, 8/22/62
Walter M Flanders, Corpl 24, 9/12/64
William Flanders, Londonderry, Priv 29, 8/31/61
William C Flanders, Dunbarton, Priv 18, 4/19/62
William C Flanders, Dunbarton, Priv 18, 8/21/61
William H Flanders, Newport, Priv 27, 9/15/62
William W Flanders, Concord, Priv 24, 8/3/61
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Below are various bits of information regarding FLANDERS. I'm using it as a source list for now. When and If I find detailed information about these individuals they will get their own page.........
I will attempt to list as much FLANDERS information that I can to assist myself and others in genealogical pursuits.
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Marriages by Rev. Jedediah Tucker 1790-1815

Simon Cass and Nancy Flanders 1796
Daniel Hoit and Sally Flanders 1805
William Tenney and Peggy Flanders 1806
Nathaniel Flanders and Polly French 1810
Louis Flanders and Betsy Piper 1812
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St. Joseph Co. Michigan Marriages

E-262 Frank W. Flanders to Emma Drisbrow
E-321 John S. Flanders to Henrietta Sturgis
A-96 Zoroaster Flanders to Charlotte Brown
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Marriage Records for Montgomery County, GA 1810-1850

Flanders, Wrn. and Ruth Sumner
9-8-1811
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Oden FLANDERS was born 1872 in Kanab, Kane, UT.
He married Emma COOKE.
Emma COOKE was born 12 Jul 1876 in kanab, Kane, UT. She died 13 Sep 1943.
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Larue County Kentucky
1853 Marriages

3/31/1853
George W. Flanders - Mary Jane Seezer
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Three Rivers Historical Society

JAMES WILSON FLANDERS
JACQUELYN ANN HASELDEN
Jul 03, 1959 > Divorce
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Erath County Texas Marriages:

Flanders, Ethel Gentry, A P
Flanders, Mabel Bird, W L
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James Flanders.
James married Elizabeth Munro ~about 1820~.
Elizabeth Munro was born about 1796/1797
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Clark County Deaths 1885-1920

Flanders,A.W.
Died Dec. 14,1911
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Morgan Co. Alabama

FLANDERS, Mr. J.A.
JONES, Miss. N.V.G.
10 Mar. 1897
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Marion Co. Ohio

Flanders, Fannie M. - 23
Copeland, John W. - 24
2/14/1890
Rev. R. Wallace
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"1871 Census for the District of St Owen, Hereford, Herefordshire, England, UK," St Owen, Hereford, Herefordshire, England, UK, 1871, Microfilm, 29 Jan 2005 SL Karner.
Also listed: Elizabeth FLANDERS, servant, aged 12, gents servant, born Middlesex-Limehouse.
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Medway Mass. Marriages:

31 Dec 1894
Hutchinson Charles F.
Son of George N. & Elvira (Scales)
Alden Addie L.
Daughter of Charles C. & Mary R. (Flanders)
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New Hampshire Society of Genealogists
Query

Seek further information about Jeremiah Page (b. 7 January 1732, Salisbury MA) who came to Sandwich, NH (probably from Epping where his daughter Molly was born in 1761)with the first party of settlers in 1767. Where and when did Jeremiah die? Where is he buried? He is noted as having served as a constable in Sandwich in 1772 and he signed the 1776 Association Test. Was he a farmer? Did he serve other town offices? Wives of Jeremiah Page: m. (1) 20 July 1760 Mary "Molly" Flanders at Kingston, NH; m. (2) Hannah Davis of Sandwich, NH. Children of Jeremiah Page: i. Molly b. 18 May 1761, Epping, NH ii. Samuel b. About 1769, Sandwich, NH iii. Moses b. 26 May 1771, Sandwich NH Did Jeremiah and Hannah have children? Is Mary "Molly Flanders Page buried in Sandwich, NH? Any information, assistance, reference to sources to be consulted would be appreciated. [contact link]
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Indiana Marriages Prior to 1850:

TROUTMAN, Eliza
and FLANDERS, Simon L.,
on 3 Dec 1836, Spencer Co., IN
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FLANDERS Gilbert was born in 1838 in Netherlands.
He died on Apr 24 1911 in Grand Rapids, Mi.
He married GEODEULUCK Sarah.

GEODEULUCK Sarah was born on Feb 18 1840 in Netherlands.
She died on Jan 21 1923 in Grand Rapids, Mi.
CHILD: Jennie Flanders

CLARK Roswell William was born on Apr 08 1875 in Grand Rapids, Mi.
He died on Apr 23 1902 in Grand Rapids, Mi.
The cause of death was Consumption and Typhoid Fever.
He married FLANDERS Jennie.

FLANDERS Jennie was born on Apr 08 1875 in Grand Rapids, Mi.
She died on Nov 06 1956 in Grand Rapids, Mi.
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John FLANDERS was born about 1847.
He married Harriet Adeline EMERY on 15 May 1867.
Harriet Adeline EMERY was born on 19 Jul 1849.
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Anna Rebecca FLANDERS
24 Dec 1883 - 04 Mar 1919
BIRTH: 24 Dec 1883, Joliet, IL, USA
DEATH: 04 Mar 1919
Father: Evan W. FLANDERS
Mother: Anna Rebecca HARROD
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Abigail Flanders
born on Bp.7-19-1747 at Exeter, N.H.
died at Gilmanton, N.H. on 6-18-1803
married on 11-10-1768
Abigail Flanders was the child of
Thomas Flanders born on Bp.12-10-1721 at Salisbury, Mass.
died at Gilmanton, N.H. on abt. 4-23-1796 before 3-23-1797 and his wife
Margaret Lawrence born on______at_______
died at Gilmanton, N.H. after 3-24-1797 married on______________
Edward Ladd was the child of
Col. Samuel Ladd born on 2-21-1744 at Gilmanton or Belmont, N.H.
died at Gilmanton, N.H. on 4-9-1801 and his wife
Abigail Flanders
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Flanders, Caroline E.
Birth: 00 000 1824
Death: 28 AUG 1888
Father: Flanders, Peter
Spouse:
Smythe, Alexander Griswold
Birth: 18 JUL 1817 Holderness, N.H.
Death: 14 NOV 1884
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Henry Jackson Flanders III
He married Patricia Ewell Seward.
They had the following children:
Benjamin Jackson Flanders
Thomas Blaine Flanders
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Eunice FLANDERS
BIRTH: 1787 Bow, Rockingham, New Hampshire
DEATH: 28 March 1856 Wilton, Franklin, Maine
BURIAL: Intervale Cemetery, Wilton, Franklin, Maine
Family 1: Jonathan P. CARTER
BIRTH: Abt. 1873, Bow, Rockingham, New Hampshire
DEATH: 29 May 1877, Wilton, Franklin, Maine
CAUSE OF DEATH: Old Age
BURIAL: Intervale Cemetery, Wilton, Franklin, Maine
OCCUPATION: Farmer
MARRIAGE: 9 April 1802 Pembroke, Rockingham, New Hampshire
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Tax/Voter Listing for Louis Joseph FLANDERS
Name: FLANDERS, Louis Joseph
Year/Date: 27 Sep 1908
Location:San Mateo Co. CA
Occupation: Milkman
Notes: Age: 28
Birthplace: San Francisco, CA
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Marion A Flanders
1921 - 2000
Marion A Flanders died on February 22, 2000. Born March 24, 1921, Marion A Flanders was 78 years old. The last known place of residence for Marion A Flanders was Blue Diamond, NV.
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Empire Cemetery
Carson City, Nevada

FLANDERS, Harry
b. 1871
d. 04/14/1873
Born in: Unknown
Buried in plot B9-C9 (EMP-09-01)
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UNIVERSALSIM:

1889- G. T. Flanders, Universalist, attacked a group of Universalists Rationalists for questioning the Divine authority of the Scriptures, including the validity of miracles, saying the Rationalists “would come to no good end”, and that they should be completely discredited. Among them were:
Jonathon Kidwell, Josiah Upson, O.D. Miller, Andrew Jackson Davis, S. B. Britton, William Fishbough, and Thomas L. Harris.
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Monona County, Iowa, Early Marriages, 1856-1880 Flanders, Alice M. 19??
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RED WILLOW COUNTY, NEBRASKA

Nathaniel FLANDERS vs Henry VOSBURG Foreclosure 31 Oct 1891 P 309-312.
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1860 CENSUS OF GAGE CO. NEBRASKA:

21 212 3
Flanders John H.- 39- M- Farmer- 430- 190 -Massachusetts
Flanders Jemima- 40-F-Ind
Flanders William- 9- M-Missouri
Flanders Benona-6-F-Missouri
Flanders Joel-3-M- Missouri
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Big Springs Road Cemetery, Kentucky:

George Washington Upton & Elizabeth Flanders:

Asbury Upton,
Apr 25, 1846- Feb 25, 1874
(the only son of George Washington Upton and his wife Elizabeth Flanders)
“Then pilgrim thy cares forego, All earth born cares are in vain, Man wants but little here below, Nor wants that little long” (This is the brother to Esler Dickey Upton King and Paralee Brite Upton Brashear
NOTE: (Very worn stone, but still standing)
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(This is a tall stone of marble which has fallen down, it marks the double grave of G.W. Upton and his wife Elizabeth Flanders. Her carving is on the side, his is on the front).

George Washington Upton
Born March 22, 1820, Died March 8, 1891
the son of the Edward Upton (born in 1775 in Tryon Co, NC) and his second wife Virginia Jane Trainer (Trammer.
~“Farewell my wife and children all, From you a husband and father, Christ doth call, Morn not for me, it is in vain, To call me back to your sight again, An honest man, the noblest work of God.”
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Elizabeth Flanders Upton
Born Apr 4, 1817, Died May 15, 1899
is the daughter of George W. Flanders and his wife Asaneth Skinner. George W. Flanders is the son of a Revolutionary War veteran who received a pension for his service.
~“You are not dead to us, But as a bright star, unseen. , The hold what you are, over man,
Though death intrudes in heaven.”
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(The next group of stones are of babies who died in infancy, children of F.N. Brashear and his wife Paralee Brite Upton , these stones are still in the ground but are very old and the carving is becoming hard to read)

Ruby, dau. of F.N. & Paralee Brashear,
Born July 1885, Died Sept 28, 1886

Clarence, son of F.N. & Paralee Brashear,
Born Apr 26, 1870, Died March 2, 1875

Adda dau. of F.N. & Paralee Brashear,
Born Jan 25, 1872, Died Dec 23, 1873
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F.N. Brashear, 1840-1914 and his wife Paralee (Upton), 1847-1928 (stone is upright as of May 2003, and in excellent condition) (Paralee is the daughter of G.W. Upton)
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R. U. Brashear, 1883-1906,
(stone in excellent condition) (this is Robert
Upton? Brashear son of F.N. & Paralee who was murdered as a young man, brother of Lawrence)
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J.W. Flanders, Born March 8, 1855, Died March 9, 1893 (related to Elizabeth Flanders, wife of G.W.Upton)
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Esler (Dickey Upton) King,
Dec 7, 1849-Nov 30, 1913
(This is the other daughter of G.W. Upton and his wife Elizabeth Flanders)
James M. King Aug 9, 1848-July 18, 1904 (this is Esler’s husband)
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SOURCE: Lynn Julian e-mail: [contact link]
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FLANDERS, JACOB,

He was the grandson of Stephen Flanders, the first and only emigrant of that name, who came from England to Salisbury, with his wife, Jane, between 1640-1646, and was one of the first settlers of that town. The grandson was born Aug. 5, 1689, in Salisbury, and consequently was forty-five years of age when he came from South Hampton to Contoocook, with his wife Mercy Clough. He was one of the first settlers, and it is not strange that he was looked up to as a leading spirit. He was one of the committee to build the first meeting-house, and his son Jesse was elected the second deacon of the church. His son Ezekiel was killed by Indians while hunting beaver at Newfound lake, 1756. His son Philip served in several campaigns against the French and Indians, and was killed at Crown Point the same year. The eldest daughter, Tabitha, married Andrew Bohonnon, and lived to an advanced age.
His sons, Dea. Jesse and John, enlisted in Capt. Henry Dearborn's company in Arnold's expedition to Quebec, 1776, and endured all the hardships of that terrible campaign.
Rev. Dr. Bouton, in the History of Concord, alludes to the Flanders family of Boscawen as men of great muscular strength and endurance. The descendant of Jacob Flanders and Mercy Clough may be reckoned by hundreds, if not thousands.
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FLANDERS Jesse and Ruth:
Jesse and Ruth
Moses b. Jan 20, 1749
Hannah b. May 17, 1752
Jesse b. Aug. 12, 1755
David b. Jan 19, 1758 d. 1843
Sarah b. Feb. 21, 1760
Moses b. June 2, 1767
Sarah b. Oct. 12, 1769

Jacob and Naomi:
Mary b. May 13, 1755
Onesyphorus b. Dec. 30, 1761

John and Eunice:
Daniel b. Jan 18, 1758
Lois b. Feb. 16, 1760 d. Oct. 1849
Eunice July 9, 1765
Jacob b. April 11, 1768
Jackman b. Aug. 9, 1773 d. Aug. 15, 1854

Ezekiel and Sarah:
Appia b. March 15, 1752
Gemima b. April 9, 1754 d. May 15, 1812
Benjamin b. Aug. 8, 1756
Patience b. Oct. 9, 1758

Ezekiel and Jerusha:
Mary b. Nov. 20, 1766
Sarah b. Feb. 15, 1768
Martha b. Sept. 23, 1769
Susannah b. Aug. 16, 1771
Anna b. Jan. 3, 1774
Ezekiel b. Aug. 16, 1775 d. Aug 1, 1845at Dorchester
Lydia b. Jan 20, 1777
Betty b. Dec. 20, 1778
Israel b. Nov. 13, 1780
Benjamin b. April 11, 1782 d. Aug. 6, 1825

Enos and Sarah:
Enos b. July 17, 1770
Samuel b. Feb. 7, 1773
Benjamin b. Dec. 21, 1775 d. Feb. 14, 1853
John b. Aug. 21, 177 d. Oct. 6, 1819

Jesse and Elisabeth:
Anne b. March 10, 1774
Ruth b. Oct. 1773
Betty b. Nov. 16, 1775
Elisabeth b. Dec. 18, 1777

Daniel and Sally:
Eunice b. Dec. 23, 1786

John and Betty:
Betty b. June 17, 1780

John and Elisabeth:
John Stevens b. Nov. 15, 1781
Phinehas b. June 5, 1789 d. Feb. 10, 1853
Elisabeth b. May 18, 1791
Samuel C. b. Feb. 28, 1793
Philip s. Feb. 29, 1797
Guy C. s. March 18, 1798
Joseph s. July 27, 1800 d. Sept. 26, 1841
Eunice d. Sept. 26, 1802

Aaron and Hannah:
Aaron b. July 15, 1773
Hannah b. Jan. 3, 1775
Mehetabel b. Jan. 11, 1776
Sophia b. June 25, 1778 d. Oct. 5, 1799
Jesse b. July 18, 1779
John b. Jan 13, 1781
Drusilla b. Feb. 18, 1782
Moses b. Sept. 24, 1783
Jacob b. Jan. 18, 1785
Ruth b. July 19, 1786 d. Oct. 5, 1799
Webster b. May 25, 1788
Rebekah b. Sept. 12, 1790
Charlotte b. March 31, 1792
Anna Coffin b. Nov. 7, 1793 d. July 16, 1846
Zelphia b. March 19, 1795
Experience b. Nov. 29, 1796

Jacob and Margaret:
Anna W. b. Sept. 20, 1799
Samuel R. b. April 22, 1802
Jacob C. b. Nov. 27, 1805

George J. and Polly:
Freeman R. b. March 24, 1807

Ezekiel and Rachel:
Jerusha b. Aug. 30, 1808
Susanna Jan. 24, 1812 d. Jan. 8, 1827

Phinehas and Charlotte:
Charlotte b. Jan. 17, 1815
Hitty b. May 6, 1816
Phinnetta b. Oct. 21, 1817
Phineas b. July 1, 1820

Jacob and Louise D:
David J. b. Oct. 5, 1838

Samuel C. and Anna:
Guy C. b. July 1, 1818d. Mar. 12, 1837
Plumy A. b. March 25, 1819d. Nov. 2, 1841
Elisabeth J. b. Dec. 11, 1820
Hannibal s. April 21, 1822
John S. b. Sept. 2, 1826
Loisa M. S. b. Aug. 2, 1828d. Aug. 13, 1841
Samuel S. b. Feb. 25, 1830
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THE JOHNSON GRAYS
The Johnson Grays were officially organized on July 11, 1861. The Grays were assigned to the 14th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The company was sent first to Atlanta and thence to Lynchburg just before the Battle of First Manassas.3 At Lynchburg the 14th Georgia was mustered into Confederate service.
14th Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiment Company F:
PRIVATES:
FLANDERS, BARNABUS B. - Enlisted on June 13, 1862, killed at Spotsylvania Courthouse, Va. on May 12, 1864.

FLANDERS, FRANCIS J. - Enlisted on July 11, 1861, wounded at 2nd Manassas, Va. on Aug. 30, 1862, sent home where he died from his wounds on March 14, 1863, participated in the battles of Seven Pines, Seven Days, Cedar Run, 2nd Manassas, and Ox Hill.

FLANDERS, JOHN M. - Enlisted in March, 1863?, sent to Richmond Gen. Hospital # 2 on Oct. 11, 1862, died of disease in Dec. 1862.

FLANDERS, WILLIAMSON T. - Born in Emanuel County, Ga. on Aug. 9, 1840, enlisted on July 11, 1861, sick in a Richmond hospital, Apr. 16, 1862, wounded at 2nd Manassas, Va. on Aug. 30, 1862, detailed as a nurse at Wayside Gen. Hospital, Richmond on Oct. 11, 1862, captured at Wilderness, Va. on May 6, 1864, paroled at Elmira Prison, N.Y. on Oct. 11, 1864, received at Venus Point, Savannah, Ga. for exchange on Nov. 15, 1864.
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Flanders Abbie
d. 1894 Dec.10
age 72
Conway, NH
F-W-Housewife
Father; Joshua Knox
Mother; Abbie Kent
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Flanders Anna
1893 Sept. 18
age 95
Eaton, NH-F-W-Houseworker
Father; Robert Lyman
Mother; ----- Kenerson
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J. L. Flanders
d. 1891 May 17
age 70
Chelsea-M-M-Farmer
Father; Wells C. Flanders
Mother; Anna Lyman
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Flanders Jacob B.
d. 1902 Sept. 1
age 76
Tamworth, NH-M-M-Farmer
Father; Wells C. Flanders
Mother; Anna Lyman
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Flanders Job
d. 1893 Sept. 15
age 74
Chelsea, VT-M-M-Shoemaker
Father; Wells C. Flanders
Mother; Anna Lyman
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d. 1894 April 22
age 69
Madison, NH-M-W-Farmer
Father; Stephen Flanders
Mother; Polly Ross
Kennebunk, ME-Died in Haverhill, MA.
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Flanders Josiah C.
d. 1911 June 8
age 73
Madison, NH-M-W-Mason
Father; Chase Flanders
Mother; Annie Lyman
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Long Sarepta
1914 Jan. 22
age 60
Madison, NH-F-M-Housewife
Father; Jos. Flanders
Mother; Abbie Knox
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Sullivan Flanders, a farmer of Hopkinton, was born in Bradford, N.H., October 6, 1822, son of Nathaniel and Betsey (Wright) Flanders. His grandfather, Jeremiah, came here from South Hampton some time between 1780 and 1783, and managed for one McCard large tracts of land covering several miles in the west part of Hopkinton. In 1794 Jeremiah purchased and settled on land where Thomas White now lives. He married Miriam George; and they had a family of nine children, seven sons and two daughters. His death occurred in Hopkinton, June 14, 1845, and that of his wife, April 14, 1856.

Nathaniel Flanders in early life was a shoemaker. Later on he took up farming, buying in 1841 the present farm of the Copps family. This place was called the Straw farm; and the house was erected by the proprietor bearing that name, who also planted the large elm in front. Captain Aaron Adams, who belonged to the Massachusetts Adamses, was the first owner of the place, having bought it of the "Lords Proprietors," as the deed says. Here Nathaniel died February 14, 1890; and his wife died February 16, 1869. Their children, six in number, were: Melissa, Sullivan, Lydia W., Joshua W., Nathaniel, and George. Melissa married Rufus P. Copps, of Hopkinton; Lydia W. married John Holbrook, of Swanzey, N.H., and died in 1891; Joshua W. married Ophelia Paige, of Weare, where they reside; Nathaniel, who did not marry, lives with Sullivan; George was killed by a falling tree at the age of thirty.

Sullivan Flanders undertook the management of the farm when quite a young man, and with the exception of two years spent in Lawrence, Mass., has remained here and worked with his brother Nathaniel. He was married February 5, 1850, to Helen M., daughter of James and Lydia Johnson Adams, all of Henniker, and a great-grand-daughter of the Captain Aaron Adams referred to above. Mrs. Flanders was born April 20, 1830, and died September 14, 1877. Mr. Flanders has two daughters-Clara A. and Cora M. The former, who was born February 25, 1851, and resides with her father, was educated at Contoocook, and has taught school for twenty years in Merrimack County. Cora M., born December 22, 1858, superintends her father's household.

Source: Merrimack and Sullivan Counties, New Hampshire Biographies
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George West Flanders, who lives on a small farm in West Concord, was born there, November 9, 1831. The great-grandfather was an extensive land-owner at Millville, and had possession of the water-power privilege of that section. His residence stood on the site now occupied by St. Paul's School. At the close of his active life he left his land to be divided among his sons. His wife's maiden name was Fowler. The grandfather, Richard Flanders, was engaged in interests connected with a mill. Afterward he purchased a farm in the west part of the town, and became a farmer. At first he had no barns on the land, and he stacked his crops in the open air. Later he was able to build a barn, and extend his property, which his sons further increased. He was ninety years old when he died. His wife, Mary Chandler (West) Flanders, had ten children. A brother of his was a soldier in the Revolutionary War.

John Flanders, the father of George, worked at the shoemaker's trade, and was also occupied to some extent in farming. He was especially skilful in raising fruit and grafting trees. After receiving his education in the public schools of Concord, he began life about a century ago upon the property now in possession of his son George. Here he built the old homestead, and died in 1856, at the age of seventy years. On the training days of the old militia he was fife major of a regiment. His sons subsequently played the fife on similar occasions. He married Rachel Abbott, a daughter of Samuel and Mary (Story) Abbott; Louisa A., John W., William, Mary S., Daniel, Rachel A., Sarah A., George V., and George W. Louisa A., born August 17, 1812, died April 29, 1890. She was a housekeeper and school teacher, and lived at the homestead. John W., born February 10, 1814, died July 11, 1840. He was a printer, and became one of the proprietors and editors of the New Hampshire Statesman, published at Concord, N.H., by E. C. Flanders. William, born December 4, 1815, died February 7, 1871. He lived in Manchester, N.H., was a carpenter, machinist, and pattern-maker, was a Representative to the New Hampshire legislature, and served as a member of the Council of Manchester. In 1840 he married Harriet Sturtevant, of Barton, Vt., who died February 4, 1871. They had four children, of whom two died in infancy. Their son, George W., who was born February 9, 1845, and died in Somerville, Mass., February 17, 1889, married Mary A. Lane, of Suncook, N.H., in 1870. Edwin J., the only living child of William and Harriet Flanders, was born July 6, 1849. He was married in 1887 at Great Falls, N.H., to Mrs. Anna J. Brown. He is a carpenter, and lives in Lowell, Mass. Mary S. Flanders, born March 21, 1818, died August 29, 1889. She was a tailoress and housekeeper, and lived at the homestead. Daniel, born July 1, 1820, who died March 2, 1895, was a carpenter, machinist, and farmer, and lived in Manchester and Concord. He was first married June 8, 1845, to Martha Sturtevant, of Barton, Vt., who died January 6, 1868. Their only child, Charles W., born August 23, 1847, died May 3, 1895. On September 14, 1870, Daniel Flanders married Mrs. Emma F. Caldwell, who died April 10, 1889. Rachel A., born January 19, 1823, died February 19, 1886. She was a seamstress, housekeeper, and teacher, and lived at the homestead. Sarah A., born September 4, 1825, married April 25, 1850, N. J. Willis, who died in October, 1893. Two of her five children died in childhood. The others are: Anna A., born January 11, 1855; Marietta F., born September 18, 1857; and Emogene L., born March 17, 1860, who died April 15, 1876. Anna and Marietta live with their mother in Cambridgeport, Mass. Mrs. Willis is a well-known speaker at the Spiritualist Temple, Boston. George V. Flanders, born March 5, 1829, died August 24, 1831. George West Flanders received his education in the schools of Concord. Since the death of his father he has resided on the old homestead. He has been on the Board of Aldermen for two years, and in the early sixties he was a member of the City Council for three years. He was a member of the School Committee before 1860, and he has been Ward Clerk and Moderator for several terms. His political principles are Republican, and he cast his first Presidential vote for General Fremont in 1856.

Source: Merrimack and Sullivan Counties, New Hampshire Biographies
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Jacob N. Flanders, an influential citizen of West Concord, N.H., was born on the estate which is now his home, March 25, 1825, son of Jacob and Huldah (Abbott) Flanders. His great-grandfather, Richard Flanders, was a large landed proprietor of Millville and owner of all the Concord in the latter part of his life, and divided his land among his sons. His wife was a Fowler. Richard's son, Richard, Jr., was a mill hand and a farmer, and helped in clearing the land now owned by his grandson. The first crops had to be stacked in the open air without shelter; but later on he built a barn, and his sons afterward added to it. He lived to be ninety years old. His brother was one of the patriot soldiers who fought for freedom in the Revolutionary War. Richard Flanders, Jr., married Mary Chandler West, and they had ten children.

Their son, Jacob, father of Jacob N., was educated in the old district school located near the pond; and after he left school he began farming. His life of fifty-one years was spent at the family homestead. He was a fife major in the old State militia. He was musical, had a fine strong voice, and taught singing-school here for several years. His wife, Huldah, was a daughter of Samuel and Mary Story Abbott, of Hopkinton, N.H. She became the mother of five children; namely, Richard M., Lucy Ann, Jacob N., Samuel A., and William H.

Jacob N. is the only one of these children now living. He passed his boyhood and youth on his father's farm, and, like many another who has made his mark in the world, was educated in the district schools. Mr. Flanders has a farm of one hundred and forty-five acres, and does a prosperous business in agricultural lines. He married Almira B., daughter of Jonathan C. and Mary (Dimond) Runnels. A daughter Mary, one of the two children born to them, died in infancy. The surviving child is a daughter named Lucie Ann.

Mr. Flanders has given much time to the study of public questions and to the affairs of his town. He is well informed on all matters of general interest, and his native qualifications for public service were early recognized. He has been chosen to serve as Selectman for two years, as Assessor for three years, and as a member of the Common Council for two years. He has been a Highway Surveyor for five years, and Clerk of the School District for thirty-five years. Here he has made a record not only for long and faithful service, but for great efficiency. Mr. Flanders is a member of the North Congregational Church of Concord. His political affiliations are with the Republican party, his first vote for President having been cast for Zachary Taylor, the Whig candidate, in 1848.

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George Lovell, son of Arthur and Mary (Lovell) Flanders, was born at Parishville, St. Lawrence county, New York, February 29, 1856. He was educated in the public schools and at Potsdam, and took a short course at Union College. He followed the profession of teaching for several years, and was principal of the Madrid Union School, Madrid, New York. In 1884 he was appointed assistant state dairy commissioner, serving until 1893. During this period he took up the study of law at Albany Law School, where he was graduated in 1888. In 1893 he was appointed assistant state commissioner of agriculture, a position he has since held continuously. He is considered an authority on agricultural law, and has lectured and written much upon questions of vital importance to agriculturists. Through the press and on the platform he has created a deep interest, and made his department one of practical value. In 1901 he was president of the Farmers' National Congress, and for three years was first vice-president of the National Association of Dairy and Food Commissioners, and is now (1910) president, having been elected in 1909. In 1909 he was elected a director of the National Dairy Union, and subsequently president. He is a member of Ancient City Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons, of Albany, and of the State Grange, Patrons of Husbandry.
He married, April 25, 1885, Catherine Southwick Keeler, daughter of William H. and Annie Keeler, of Albany. Children: Lillian Lovell, and Marion Southwick.
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Woodacre's Flanders a West Marin original
By Larken Bradley

Lifelong Woodacre rancher Anita Flanders, who with her husband George Flanders, operated one of San Geronimo Valley’s most prominent agricultural mainstays, died Saturday, Jan. 17, of complications from pneumonia.
She is survived by her husband of 50 years, George Flanders; daughters and sons-in-law, Marie and John Fitzpatrick; and Jeannie and Gene Freudenberger; grandsons, John Fitzpatrick Jr.; George Fitzpatrick; Michael Fitzpatrick; Daniel Freudenberger; and Michael Freudenberger, all of Woodacre.
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The following FLANDERS burials are in an unamed cemetery with the following description:
TRIUMPHO ROAD ON RIDGE THAT OVERLOOKS THE VALLEY
SOUTH SIDE OF THE ROAD, SEVENTEEN BURIALS)VERY OVERGROWN, INSCRIPTIONS ARE DIFFICULT TO READ. PREPARED BY JOHN NICHOLS JR.

DANIEL F. FLANDERS

JOHN FLANDERS,
BORN APRIL 14,1863 DIED JULY 29, 1911
ISAIAH
ORIN
BYRON FLANDERS
BORN 1867 DIED 1888 at AGE 21
BYRON
FATHER

GEORGE HOSE
BORN FEBRUARY 7, 1826 DIED 1907
MOTHER
HENRY
E.E.
ELIZABETH
JACOB
MARY
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Funerals: Which were attended by A. Beattie, previous to his induction into the Sacred Office in Salisbury [He was ordinated June 28, 1797; he d. March 10, 1801, aged 34]
NOTE: N.B. Whenever this + mark stands against a name it means ye person to belong to ye Church
1797
Child of Ben. Flanders 3/w
1800
Oct. 20 A Child of Jo: Flanders 2 wks.
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SALISBURY SECOND CHURCH RECORDS
A Record of Marriages from the Year 1722:

Josiah Flanders, Mehitabel Osgood Jan. 28 1725
Stephen Flanders, Sarah Perkins June 27, 1726
Jeremiah Flanders, Mehitabel Hoit Dec. 29, 1726
Henry French, Tamzin Flanders Jan. 19, 1727
Jonathan Flanders, Judith Merrill May 02, 1728
Joseph Flanders, Ruth Morrill Jan. 13, 1732
Asa Flanders, Mehitabel Dow Mar. 16, 1732
Josiah Tilton, Sarah Flanders Feb. 08, 1733
John Bartlett, Zipporah Flanders Jan, 17, 1734
Samuel Flanders, Mary Page Jan. 24, 1734
Benjamin Flanders, Mariah Brown Nov. 07, 1734
Jabez Page, Abigail Flanders Jan. 30, 1735
Philip Flanders, Hannah Morrill Oct. 02, 1735
Jacob Clough, Mehitabel Flanders Jan. 29, 1736
Elias Smith, Judith Stevens Nov. 11, 1736
John Morrill, Abigail Flanders Dec. 23, 1736
Bennet Greenfield, Elisabeth Flanders May 19, 1737
Richard Hacket, Eleanor Flanders Dec. 20, 1737
Nehemiah Flanders,Sarah Hacket Feb. 23, 1738
Nathan Dow, Sarah Flanders Oct. 25, 1739
David Eastman, Susannah Flanders Aug. 17, 1742
Joseph Jones, Abigail Flanders Jan. 17, 1744
Adonijah Colby, Hannah Flanders Feb. 27, 1760
Joseph Flanders, Betty Adams Aug. 21, 1760
Moses Flanders, Elisabeth Bachelder Dec. 05, 1765
Hezekiah Flanders, Martha Eastman Dec. 05, 1765
Nathaniel Davis, Betty Flanders June 12, 1766
Jacob Flanders, Hannah Greenfield Jan. 02, 1769
Jonathan Colby, Ruth Flanders May 20, 1773
Zebulun Flanders, Hannah French June 02, 1777
Jeremiah Flanders, Miriam George July 30, 1778
Winthrop Flanders & Polly Buck June 08, 1786
John Flanders & Betty Herriman Aug. 11, 1791
Source: SOURCE: The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, David W. Hoyt, Vol. I, 1897; pages 456-473
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Misc. Flanders Marriages New York:

MAGDALENA C. FOX, b. August 15, 1760, Canajoharie, Montgomery County, New York; d. September 09, 1858, Fulton, New York; m. DENIS AUGUSTUS TEUNIS FLANDERS; b. October 16, 1758, St. Johnsville, Montgomery Co. , New York; d. March 19, 1848, Mohawk Valley.
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VICTOR ETHAN FLANDERS (BURTON H) was born April 23, 1910. He married RUTH THELMA BURKDORF May 06, 1950, daughter of CLARK BURKDORF and MARGARET PARIS. She was born March 06, 1918, and died July 27, 1963.
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MARY LOVISA WINDECKER was born May 20, 1871 in Pike, Wyoming, New York, and died January 21, 1949. She married BURTON H. FLANDERS July 05, 1899, son of JOHN FLANDERS and AMANDA HAYES. He was born April 10, 1866, and died March 10, 1949.
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ESTHER KLOCK was born April 05, 1832. She married MARTIN FLANDERS June 29, 1851. He was born June 09, 1828.
Notes for MARTIN FLANDERS:
Resided St. Johnsville, NY

Children of Martin and Esther Flanders:
EMMA FLANDERS, b. November 23, 1855; m. G.W. SHAFFER.
CARRIE FLANDERS, b. March 21, 1865; m. ALONZO STILLE.
HELEN FLANDERS, b. December 13, 1868; m. FRED GUHRING.
RUIE M. FLANDERS, m. ARTHUR M. CANNON.
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JACOB J. BELLINGER was born March 18, 1797, and died September 20, 1869. He married NANCY FLANDERS September 18, 1821. She was born February 24, 1799, and died April 22, 1858.
Children of JACOB BELLINGER and NANCY FLANDERS are:
LAVINA BELLINGER, b. June 11, 1822; d. September 1903; m. JAMES SHULTS.
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SOLOMON KLOCK was born September 27, 1803 in St. Johnsville, New York, and died June 06, 1894 in Wampsville, Madison County. He married (1) LAURA
( NANCY ) ANN FLANDERS. She was born March 03, 1813, and died May 16, 1875.
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AMANDA HAYES was born March 11, 1838, and died November 07, 1899. She married (1) JOHN HENRY FLANDERS. He was born October 29, 1826, and died November 08, 1890. She married (2) WALTER FLANDERS 1858. He was born November 11, 1836, and died January 26, 1882.
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CLIFFORD YALE FLANDERS, b. May 29, 1879; d. February 24, 1916; m. ADELAIDE KORN; b. 1871; d. July 1963.
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HENRY FLANDERS (JOHN5, MAGDALENA4 KLOCK, ANNA G.3, JOHANGUERGH2, HENDRICK1) was born January 21, 1828, and died March 12, 1900. He married MARY M. FAILING. She was born June 08, 1834.
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JOHN H. FLANDERS, b. April 14, 1863; m. JENNIE E. FLANDER.
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NANCY FLANDERS was born September 13, 1829. She married HAMILTON GROFF. He was born August 08, 1827.
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CATHERINE FLANDERS was born March 02, 1833. She married WILLIAM H. VEDDER. He was born December 15, 1832.
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MENZO FLANDER was born August 27, 1836, and died December 09, 1889. He married PRISCILLA WALRATH. She was born March 24, 1839.
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ELMA FLANDER, b. May 11, 1878; m. DANIAL SUITS; b. August 08, 1870.
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SA C. YOUNKER was born March 01, 1854. He married CLARA FLANDERS. She was born September 29, 1859, and died March 12, 1889.
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LANSING7 ELWOOD was born February 20, 1845. He married MARTHA FLANDERS. She was born May 16, 1853.
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JOHN5 FLANDERS was born November 11, 1794, and died January 27, 1863. He married MARGARET CHAWGO. She was born October 29, 1796, and died January 26, 1882.
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LUCINDA FLANDERS, b. August 02, 1831; d. February 11, 1853; m. GEORGE HOSE.
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JACOB5 FLANDERS was born Abt. March 04, 1792. He married ELIZABETH GROFF.
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NANCY FLANDERS, m. BENJAMIN CLAUS.
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LANA FLANDERS, b. November 06, 1894; m. THEODORE SHULTS.
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MARY FLANDERS, m. CHARLES KINGSBURY.
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MAGDALENA KLOCK was born January 03, 1773, and died January 1826. She married HARRY HENRY FLANDERS. He was born May 09, 1760 in Palatine, New York, and died March 05, 1849.
Resided near St. Johnsville, N.Y., said to be buried in the family plot on the homestead farm.
Children of MAGDALENA KLOCK and HARRY FLANDERS are:
1. JOHN FLANDERS, b. November 11, 1794; d. January 27, 1863.
2. JACOB FLANDERS, b. Abt. March 04, 1792.
3. ELIZABETH FLANDERS, m. JACOB FLANDERS.
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ELIZABETH FLANDERS, m. JACOB FLANDERS. (SEE ABOVE)
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DAVID F. BELLINGER, b. February 08, 1802, New York; d. 1882, Boonsville, Onida Co., New York; m. BYODDI FLANDERS; d. March 15, 1850.
NOTE: Byoddi died at age 38y 2m 8d. She had 10 children.
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EARL K. FLANDERS was born February 04, 1880. He married MAUDE L. RICHMOND. She was born July 04, 1880.
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JENNIE WARNER, b. August 14, 1880; m. ASA FLANDERS; b. October 13, 1872.
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Stevannah ( Sephanna ) Klock married Joshua Flanders
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Salisbury Baptism Records 1719:
Recommended from the Church at the East End

Mar. 2: 1719: Martha Flanders:
Oct. 2: 1719: Sarah Flanders
Nov. 6: 1719: Catharine Flanders
Apr. 5, 1724: Stephen Flanders
May 1, 1726: Abigail Flanders
Jan. 7, 1728: Philip Flanders
Jan. 7, 1728: Abigail Flanders
Jan. 7, 1728: Jeremiah & Mehitabel Flanders, Dism. S. Hm.
Jan. 7, 1728: Joanna Flanders
May 5, 1728: Asa Flanders, Dism. to S. Hm.
May 9, 1728: Samuel Flanders, Dism. S. Hm
Mar. 7, 1731: Sarah Flanders
Sept.3, 1734: Mary Flanders
Mar, 2, 1735: Mary Flanders
Aug. 3, 1736: Philip Flanders
Aug. 3, 1736: Hannah Flanders
Sept 13 1741: Sarah Flanders
Sept 13 1741: Mary Flanders
Mar. 4, 1750: Moriah Flanders
Apr. 4, 1756: Elizabeth Flanders
July 3 1771: Haphni Flanders

A Record of Persons Baptized in the West Church in Salisbury, since their first settlement in Church Estate. And in Covenant also.

Feb. 1, 1718: Eleanor Flanders
Oct. 2, 1718: Stephen & Sarah Flanders
Feb 26, 1721: Stephen Flanders
Asa Flanders
Saml. Flanders
Mary Flanders
Abigail Flanders
Dec.10, 1721: Thomas Flanders
Mehitabel Flanders
Abigail Flanders
Benj. Flanders
Judith Flanders
Thomas Flanders
June 30 1723: Joanna Flanders
Philip Flanders
Sarah Flanders
Zipporah Flanders
Joanna Flanders
Abigail Flanders
Apr, 5, 1724: John Flanders
Josiah Flanders
Philip Flanders
May 30, 1725: Richard Flanders
Tampzin Flanders
Oct.24, 1725: Theodate Flanders
Oct. 2 1726: Elisabeth Flanders
Sarah Flanders
Mary Flanders
John Flanders
Susanna Flanders
Nov. 12 1727: Judith Lancaster
Mehitabel Flanders
Isaiah Flanders
Nov. 19 1727: Miriam Flanders
Dec. 17 1727: Hannah Flanders
Jan 07 1728: Jonathan Flanders
Feb. 25 1728: Abia Flanders
Mar. 3, 1728: Miriam Flanders
Oct. 20 1728: Jeremiah Flanders
Jan 5, 1729: Prince Flanders
Nov. 30 1729: Mary Flanders
Jan 4, 1730: Ezekiel Flanders
May 3, 1730: Sarah Flanders

SOURCE: The Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, David W. Hoyt, Vol. I, 1897; pages 418-432
Retyped and reformatted by Kathy Leigh, April 15, 2002; as accurately as possible, formatted as close to the original as possible.
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Lebanon, Grafton, New Hampshire
John FLANDERS Self M Male W 34 NEWHAMP Farm Hand N H N H
Melince C FLANDERS Wife M Female W 20 NEWHAMP Keeping House N H. N H.
Elsie M FLANDERS Dau S Female W 2 NEWHAMP N H N H
Abner FLANDERS Other W Male W 80 NEWHAMP Retired Farmer N H N H
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Abner FLANDERS Self M Male W 54 VERMONT Laborer ME MASS
Susan S FLANDERS Wife M Female W 32 VERMONT Keeping House VT VT
George B FLANDERS Son S Male W 17 VERMONT Laborer VT VT
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Flanders Anna 67y-4m No Date 12/21/???? Wife of Rev. Thomas Row 4 Lot 4

Flanders Caroline 2 weeks No Date 05/18/1833 Daughter of Rev. Thomas & Anna Flanders Row 4 Lot 4

Flanders Cora E 06/23/1885 11/13/1974 Wife of Francis W. Leland Row 14

Flanders Edith L Year 1902 Year 1990 Row 7 Lot 15

Flanders Enoch A 08/31/1843 5/22/1929 Row 13 Lot

Flanders Enos G 07/15/1811 11/14/1902 Born in Alton, NH. Row 13 Lot

Flanders Erma E Year 1887 Year 1975 Wife of George Flanders Row 8 Lot 19

Flanders Ernest F 03/04/1877 12/25/1906 Row 7 Lot 15

Flanders Francis D Year 1923 Year 1960 Wife of Thomas Flanders Row 8 Lot 19

Flanders George T Year 1879 Year 1920 Row 8 Lot 19

Flanders Gordon E Year 1917 No Date Son of George & Erma Flanders Row 8 Lot 19

Flanders Helen G 08/05/1848 7/13/1915 Wife of Enoch A. Flanders Row 13

Flanders Howard L Year 1910 Year 1984 Row 21 Lot 11

Flanders Martha A 65y No Date 10/18/2008 Wife of George D. Flanders Row 4 Lot 3

Flanders Mary Ann 25y No Date 07/22/1846 Daughter of Rev. Thomas & Anna Flanders Row 4 Lot 4

Flanders Moses 43y-10m-22d No Date 03/20/1857 Veteran Row 9 Lot 9

Flanders Thomas W Year 1918 No Date Son of George & Erma Flanders Row 8 Lot 19

Flanders Thomas 22y No Date 03/31/1845 Son of Rev. Thomas & Anna Flanders Row 4 Lot 4

Flanders Thos. Rev. 49y No Date 03/06/18?7 Row 4 Lot 4

Flanders Wayland E Year 1899 Year 1932 Row 7 Lot 15

Flanders Wm 2y-7m No Date 09/29/1848 Son of Moses & Lydia D. Flanders Row 9 Lot 9
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Flanders Agnes B
12/13/1873 5/12/1950
Wife of Fred H. Douty
Lot #55

Flanders Geraldine L
Year 1946 Year 1987
Part 3, #7

Flanders Gladys P
Year 1895 Year 1968
Wife of Ray Flanders
Lot #200

Flanders Lewis V
7/9/1914 2/23/1944
Maine PFC 264 INF 66 DIV WWII
Lot #200

Flanders Margaret E
Year 1923 No Date
P2, S1, #227

Flanders Ray R
Year 1895 Year 1958
#200

Flanders Roger B
Year 1945 No Date
Part 3, #7

Flanders Sister Mary A
12/16/1883 5/12/1920
Daughter of David & Josephine Douty
Lot #55
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Flanders John
18y-6m
No Date 02/29/1864
Son of Freeman & Mehitable Flanders
Lot 12

Flanders Mehitable
72y-8m
09/13/1819 02/17/1892
"Mother.
Lot 12
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Michael Henry Flanders was born in North London, on 1st March 1922, to theatrical and musical parents. He was educated at Westminster School where he shone in athletics, rowing and, especially, school dramatics. In his last term he devised, wrote, directed and acted in a school revue GO TO IT!, asking a talented contemporary, Donald Swann, to provide the music. In 1940 Michael went to Christ Church, Oxford to read history. There he both acted and directed for the O.U.D.S. and the Experimental Theatre Club, playing among other roles Brabantio in OTHELLO, Pirandello's HENRY IV and Shawcross in THE ASCENT OF F6. He made his first major professional appearance on the stage, in October 1941, at the Oxford Playhouse as Valentine in Shaw's YOU NEVER CAN TELL. Handsome, athletic, standing over six foot, contemporaries expected him to become the next Olivier or the Robert Donat of his generation.

He left Oxford to join the RNVR, and in 1943 contracted poliomyelitis, and consequently spent the rest of his life in a wheel chair. Unable to return to Christ Church to continue his studies, he found work on the radio and rapidly became a prolific broadcaster making good use of his velvet-brown voice. A chance remeeting with Donald Swann in 1948 led to their collaboration on material for Laurier Lister's revue ORANGES & LEMONS and for the next eight years they together wrote substantial portions of half a dozen major West End REVUES.

In 1953 Michael was commissioned by the Intimate Opera Company to provide the libretto for a comic opera, THREE'S COMPANY, to music by Antony Hopkins and the following year they repeated their success with CHRISTMAS STORY; both operas were televised. Also in 1954 he translated, with Kitty Black, Stravinsky's THE SOLDIER'S TALE for the Edinburgh Festival - this has now become the standard translation and been recorded many times.

When Michael and Donald decided to hire the New Lindsey Theatre in December 1956 to perform their own material, it was Michael's first professional appearance on the stage since contracting polio. Michael advanced the cause of the disabled by lobby and by example, and possessed the remarkable skill of putting others at ease about his predicament whatever his immense personal difficulties. AT THE DROP OF A HAT opened for a three week run on New Year's Eve 1956 but then transferred next month to the Fortune Theatre, where it ran for nearly 2½ years. 'Flanders and Swann' were now household words and their RECORDINGS, produced by George Martin, were best-sellers. In October 1959 they took the show to New York, where it repeated its London success and that Christmas Michael had a top-twenty hit in the pop charts with his rendition of Little Drummer Boy. Also in December of that year Michael married Claudia Davis, the daughter of journalist Claud Cockburn and stepdaughter of Professor Robert Gorham Davis, Professor of English Columbia University. Claudia's mother, Hope Hale Davis, has published memoirs of her extraordinary political life during Claudia's childhood A GREAT DAY COMING. Michael and Claudia had two daughters, Laura (1961) and Stephanie (1968).

The HAT show toured widely through the United States and Canada during 1960-1. As critic, and friend, Michael Meyer says, "The combination of Flanders's genial yet caustic lyrics and Swann's witty and tuneful music, and the contrast between Flanders's robust exuberance and the prim appearance of Swann, exerted a seemingly universal appeal." Michael's lyrics are, arguably, the wittiest and best crafted the musical stage had heard since those of W.S.Gilbert.

In 1962 Michael appeared at the Aldwych Theatre, in his wheelchair, as the Story Teller in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Brecht's THE CAUCASIAN CHALK CIRCLE. AT THE DROP OF A HAT resumed touring the UK and Ireland in 1962-3; then in October 1963 Flanders & Swann appeared at the Haymarket Theatre, London, in AT THE DROP OF ANOTHER HAT, which proved as successful as its predecessor. In January 1964 Michael was awarded an OBE in the New Year's honours list - later that year Donald and he toured a combined version of the two "Hat" shows through Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong, then re-opened AT THE DROP OF ANOTHER HAT at the Globe Theatre, London. The HAT finished its journey on Broadway in April 1967

In 1968 Michael appeared at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London, as the Narrator in THE SOLDIER'S TALE, and in 1970 at the Mayfair Theatre in a revue, TEN YEARS HARD. That year saw the premier of his well-loved cantata for children, CAPTAIN NOAH & HIS FLOATING ZOO, written with composer Joseph Horovitz. Michael was often seen on the concert platform in such works as FACADE and PETER AND THE WOLF, and especially enjoyed working on radio in documentaries like the SCRAPBOOK series and BATTLE FOR ATLANTIC as well as lighter quiz shows like TWENTY QUESTIONS, and ANIMAL, VEGETABLE & MINERAL. On television he linked the popular arts magazine GALA PERFORMANCE for many years and narrated the celebrated 1969 TV documentary on the ROYAL FAMILY - children of the 1970s will remember his voice on the soundtrack of the BABARPAPA animated cartoon series. He also appeared in two films, notably DOCTOR IN DISTRESS (1963) and THE RAGING MOON (1971) - the latter released as LONG AGO TOMORROW in the US.

Michael died suddenly of an aneurism on 14th April 1975 while on holiday at Betws-y-Coed in Wales. His ashes were scattered in the grounds of Chiswick House, London, where he had loved to sit on afternoons. Michael's memorial was held at St Martin's in the Field on 14th June 1975.

After Michael's death Claudia was asked to open the 'Michael Flanders Centre' in Acton and founded the charity TRIPSCOPE to champion better transport and access for the disabled. For her tireless efforts she was awarded an OBE. Claudia died in 1998 aged 65. Laura and Stephanie Flanders are both accomplished journalists and broadcasters and reside in New York.
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EARL FLANDERS & FAMILY

Earl Flanders & Company: "The Early Years."
In August of 1945 Lucile and Earl Flanders decided to turn their cherished hobby of motorcycling into a full time career. Earl had been an avid rider in California desert events and felt the key to his success was his custom made handlebars. He began by meticulously hand fabricating each handlebar, designing them for and naming them after racing greats, such as Ed Kretz, Skip Fordyce, Earl Farrand and Jack Milne. The list became so great that numbers needed to be assigned to the handlebars, thus becoming the Flanders Classic handlebar line. The legacy of quality construction and superior service has since been carried on by Earl's sons and grandchildren.
Before they even started their business, Earl had developed a good reputation for his skill in repairing and improving the performance of racing motorcycles. Throughout the war years, Earl had made a little extra income for his growing family by moonlighting: the family's garage was his shop, and he could get away with manufacturing motorcycle parts in a residential area because he could claim it to "be helping the war effort." The decision was then made to expand on what he knew and liked, and Flanders Manufacturing Company was founded.
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Bruce was the first of Earl's sons to follow in his footsteps and race Speedway. Bruce was riding his homebuilt bike (Velocette engine in a Flanders employee, George Williams, created frame) when the chain wrapped itself around the sprocket. Luckily for him, his brother Paul did not mind giving him a lift back to the Pits on that 1970's Costa Mesa, CA night. Bruce never lost his love for racing and you can still hear him as an track-side announcer at race tracks all over the country, you may even catch him on ESPN or Prime Sports.
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Earl's eldest son, John Flanders, was an avid motorcyclist even before he reached his teens. Currently John races almost every weekend when he is not busy with his duties at Flanders Company. The Kevin Heath photo of John is from the 1993 Over The Hill Gang Nationals in Perris, California.
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Paul Flanders has riden in and helped organize many various Dual Sport rides. This Dave Tonkiss photo of Paul was taken during a dual sport Death Valley 400 ride. Paul did not just limit himself to just motorcycles over the years. From 1968 to 1970, Paul held an NHRA Drag racing record in the D/Stock class, with a 1966 Chevrolet.
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JOHN FLANDERS (STEPHEN1)
was born 11 February, 1658/59 in Salisbury, Essex, MA21, and died 24 December, 1716 in Salisbury, Essex, MA21. He married ELIZABETH SARGENT 18 January, 1687/88 in Amesbury, Middlesex, Ma21, daughter of THOMAS SARGENT and SARAH OSGOOD.
Notes for JOHN FLANDERS:
Corporal John Flanders. Born on 11 Feb 1659 in Salisbury, Essex Co., Mass. John died in Salisbury, Essex Co., Mass on 24 Dec 1716. Buried on 28 Dec 1716 in Salisbury, Essex, Mass. Occupation: Deacon in the Church in South Hampton, NH.He died intestate. His estate was probated on 14 January 1716/17 in Salisbury, Mass, Guardians were appointed for the five younger children, they being minors. His estate was valued at £620 5/4d. From the inventory of his estate, we learn that he was ill about three months and that his eldest son, Jacob, had great trouble in getting wood and hay during his father's illness.He was also known as Deacon John Flanders. He settled first in Salisbury, then removed to South Hampton, New Hampshire. He was respected for his integrity and uprightness and granted the title of "Mr." John was a deacon of the church in South Hampton for many years. He became a freeman in April 1670 in Salisbury, Massachusetts. He was on 19 May 1676; in the Turner's Falls Fight. He was admonished along with his brothers, by the court and fined shillings for stealing 1100 red oak hogshead staves from the pasture of Nathaniel Ware in June 1679 in Salisbury, Massachusetts. He was signed the Norfolk County Petition in 1680. He was mentioned in the will of Steven Flanders 17 18 ,19 on 4 February 1683/84 in Salisbury, Massachusetts. He became a freeman on 18 April 1690 in Salisbury,Mass. He was on 25 November 1702; serveing as corporal in the scouts under Capt. Henry True, Jr. against the Indians around Salisbury.
On 18 Jan 1687/1688 when John was 27, he married Elizabeth Sargent daughter of Thomas Sargent & Sarah Osgood, in Amesbury, Essex Co., Mass. Born in 1668 in Salisbury, Essex Co., Mass. Elizabeth died in Salisbury, Essex Co., Mass on 12 Sep 1713.
The parentage of Elizabeth is in doubt. She may have been Thomas Sargent's illegitimate daughter by Sarah Osgood, as Thomas' father, William, in his will mentions his "grand daughter Elizabeth, wife of John Flanders." There was a suit between Sarah Osgood and Thomas Sargent, but the court decided that there was "too much ground for suspicion,." but that the case was not proved.
Children of JOHN FLANDERS and ELIZABETH SARGENT are:
4. i. JACOB3 FLANDERS, b. 5 August, 1689, Salisbury, Essex, MA; d. Aft. 1759, Salisbury, MA.
5. ii. JOHN FLANDERS, b. 22 August, 1691, Salisbury, MA; d. 25 October, 1745, South Hampton, NH.
iii. ELIZABETH ABIGAIL FLANDERS, b. 3 September, 1693, Salisbury, MA; d. 20 October, 1716, Salisbury, MA.
iv. EZEKIEL FLANDERS, b. 29 May, 1696, Salisbury, MA; d. 18 January, 1716/17, Salisbury, MA.
6. v. JOSIAH FLANDERS, b. 28 July, 1700, Salisbury, MA; d. 16 February, 1781, South Hampton, NH.
vi. PHILLIP FLANDERS, b. 19 October, 1702, Salisbury, MA; d. 30 April, 1780, South Hampton, NH; m. ABIGAIL FRENCH, 20 October, 1722, Salisbury, Essex, MA.
7. vii. JONATHON FLANDERS, b. 23 October, 1705, Salisbury, MA; d. Aft. 1748, South Hampton, NH.
viii. TAMESON FLANDERS, b. 9 January, 1705/06; d. Bef. 1732; m. HENRY FRENCH, 26 March, 1731, Salisbury, Essex, MA.
Notes for TAMESON FLANDERS:
Her name is also seen spelled "Tamsin" and "Tamzen". Name may be Thomasine.
8. ix. HANNAH FLANDERS, b. 16 April, 1710, Salisbury, MA.
Source: "The Flanders Family from Europe to America", by Edith Flanders Dunbar
Buried: Central South Water St. Cemetery
Boscawen NH.
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Peggy Flanders is primarily self-taught. Her training started in earliest childhood drawing extensively and progressing to her paintings of today. Born and raised in western Kansas, she spent most of her childhood in the country developing a strong feeling for and love of nature.

Training came mostly from studying the works of the Old Masters, the Impressionists, as well as other favorite artists. She studied the Old Master’s glazing technique for a year under the instruction of Don Cincone, a modern day master. Her style can best be described as a mix between the Old Masters and the Impressionists. Primary mediums are oils and pastels with various other mediums used at times. Subject matter is very diverse but she is most noted for her works reflecting Native Americans and portraiture.

Style and selection of medium depends upon the feeling of what the subject dictates to her. Works are approached on an individual basis with no set formulation only trying to adhere to the principle of fine art composition and design.

Favorite Renoir quote “I have no rules and no methods; anyone can look at my materials or watch how I paint – he will see that I have no secrets. ….. Nowadays they want to explain everything. But if they could explain a picture, it wouldn’t be art. ….. The work of art must seize upon you, wrap you up in itself, carry you away.”

Each subject speaks to her in its own way showing her the manner in which it should be presented. Many times the paintings seem to paint themselves and sometimes take different turns from the original concepts.

She believes “God gives us each individual talents. I feel mine is in art. I hope to always be learning and striving to better my talent with each painting and also hope to never be complacent or content with the degree of skill I may have achieved – always working harder to do better.”
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Senator Robert B. Flanders, R-Antrim
Senate District 7

Sen. Robert "Bob" B. Flanders, a Republican, was first elected to the New Hampshire Senate in November 2000, and currently serves as the Senate's majority leader.

The senator is chairman of the Banks and Insurance Committee, vice chairman of the Rules and Enrolled Bills Committee, vice chairman of the Executive Departments and Administration Committee, member of the Internal Affairs Committee and member of the Transportation and Interstate Cooperation Committee.

Flanders, now retired, enjoyed a 40-year career in the insurance industry. He has been active in local government and volunteer organizations for more than three decades, serving as town moderator for Antrim since 1971, and serving on the Antrim Board of Selectmen, the Contoocook Valley Regional School Board, the Antrim Republican Club and the Hillsborough County Republican Committee.

Flanders is the charter president of the Antrim-Bennington Lions Club, past president of the Antrim Chamber of Commerce, charter president of the Antrim Historical Society and secretary of the Maplewood Cemetery Association.

The senator attended public schools in Weare and Henniker, and did undergraduate work at New England College. He served in the U.S. Army from 1958 to 1961, including a tour of duty in Grafenwohr, Germany, in the military police at the 7th U.S. Army training headquarters.
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Generation No. 1

1. STEPHEN1 FLANDERS1 was born 3 October, 1620???(verification needed) in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England2,3, and died 27 June, 1684 in Salisbury, Essex, MA4,5. He married JANE Abt. 1646 in ME5.

Children of STEPHEN FLANDERS and JANE are:
2. i. STEPHEN (STEVEN)2 FLANDERS, b. 8 March, 1645/46, Salisbury, Essex, MA; d. 29 May, 1689, Salisbury, Essex, MA.
ii. MARY FLANDERS6, b. Abt. 1648, Salisbury, Essex, MA7; d. 4 May, 1650, Salisbury, Essex, MA7.
iii. MARY FLANDERS8, b. 7 May, 1650, Salisbury, Essex, MA9; d. 11 November, 1719, Salisbury, Essex, MA9.
iv. MAY FLANDERS10, b. Abt. 165211; d. WFT Est. 1653-174611.
v. PHILLIP FLANDERS12, b. 14 July, 1652, Salisbury, Essex, MA13; d. 27 August, 1712, Salisbury, Essex, MA13.
vi. SARAH FLANDERS14, b. 5 November, 1654, Salisbury, Essex, MA15; d. 18 January, 1716/1715.
vii. NAOMI FLANDERS16, b. 15 December, 1656, Salisbury, Essex, MA17; d. 24 July, 1718, Salisbury, Essex, MA17.
3. viii. JOHN FLANDERS, b. 11 February, 1658/59, Salisbury, Essex, MA; d. 24 December, 1716, Salisbury, Essex, MA.
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Flanders, Aleta m 04/27/34
Flanders, Mrs. Alvin d 01/03/30
Flanders, Alvin d 05/08/36
Flanders, Charles d 10/23/25
Flanders, Edy d 01/02/13
Flanders, Edy d 03/06/13
Flanders, Emery m 10/13/39
Flanders, Emma m 09/13/29
Flanders, Frank d 09/02/38
Flanders, Mrs. Henry d 09/09/20
Flanders, Henry R. d 09/16/32
Flanders, Herbert m 10/13/21
Flanders, Hope m 08/24/37
Flanders, Horace L. d 12/25/36
Flanders, Miss. Ida d 02/03/39
Flanders, Mary d 07/15/27
Flanders, Nancy Elizabeth b 09/03/29
Flanders, Oscar m 02/24/21
Flanders, Otis d 04/30/26
Flanders, Tiley d 06/01/28
Flanders, Wilbur d 02/06/25
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Salisbury Plains Cemetery was established in 1640 and is located on Monroe St. in Amesbury. The location the cemetery is on was formerly part of Salisbury. The town of Salisbury was incorporated in 1638. Amesbury was incorporated in 1668 but settled in 1642. This area was known as West Salisbury until it was later incorporated into Amesbury. It is the resting place of:

Benjamin Evans Flanders
Son of John & Betty
Died October 21, 1796
Aged 3 years
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Surname Given Name Name of Female And Male Color Date of

Marrigae Recorded

Flanders Henry Susannah Landiford W May 5 1831 A 114
Flanders Mary Ann John P. Lord W Oct 2 1838 A 281
Flanders James L. Mary B. Harrison W Apr 21 1840 B 23
Flanders Julia A. A.F. Adams W Dec 7 1847 B 182
Flanders Sarah John T. Price W Feb 22 1850 B 215
Flanders David Capt. Mary E. Pierport W June 29 1865 C 316
Flanders James E. Adelaide W. Smith W Oct 18 1865 D 61
Flanders John Mahaly or Mahaly Johnson C Feb 3 1872 B 78
Flanders Edward Mary Gordon C Nov 14 1876 C 154
Flanders Mrs. Susan Rev. Henderson Bowen C Jan 22 1882 C 559
Flanders Mattie Benjamin Thorpe W Sept 25 1892 H 97
Flanders Mattie Benjamin Tharpe W Sept 25 1892 H 97
Flanders Nellie Virginia Minor Campbell Brown W Mar 7 1894 H 248
Flanders Morgie E. Clifton L. Vigal W July 28 1898 I 192
Flanders Lucile John A. Selden C Nov 2 1904 K 489
Flanders Robert Pearl Stewart C Nov 25 1906 K 101
Flanders Mattie Belle Charlie Jones C Nov 27 1921 P 58
Flanders Mae Bell Thad Waters C Feb 19 1922 P 97
Flanders Carrie B. F. Delk W July 24 1922 P 405
Flanders Gladys Wilburn Bowman C Oct 16 1927 Q 298
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Calvary Cemetery

HIGGINS KATHRYN FLANDERS
JAN 13, 1897 MAY 31, 1971
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Elmwood Cemetery, Yorkville,
Kendall Co., IL.

Lydia A Flanders
wife of George W Harris
1845-1872
Harris; Frank G
1868-1942; May W 1872-1957
Hannah A Harris 1849-1927
George W Harris 1836-1913
Family monument
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I'm posting the following searches in hopes someone can be of help.

Adoptee with birthdate of 3/11/1964 in Boston searching for info on birth parents. Believe that birthmother's name was Marie B. Rendall (Maiden name Flanders) may have been married to Jack M. Rendall on June 1963. Unsure if Jack Rendall was birthparent. Given name at birth may have been Marlene Marie Rendall. Any info would be appreciated.
Date Posted: 14-Jul-2005
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I am looking for any information regarding my birth. My name is Michelle Flanders, and I believe I was born in 1974 in New England, most likely Maine or Vermont. Thank you.
Date Posted: 16-Nov-2004
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Searching for the family of Esther Spaulding Brewer born in Evanston, ILL.believed to have Married William H. Brewer. She was living in Boston, Mass. area in 1922. Their son William H. Brewer b: 27 Apr.1922in Boston was adopted out on 6 July 1923, From James B. Hayes,Agent St Mary's Infancy Asylum & Lying In Hospital Everette Ave., Dorchester. Name changed to Edwardd Joseph Flanders. This is all I have they are my grandparents, and ANY HELP LOCATING INFORMATION AND/OR RELATIVES WOULD BE APPRECIATED. THANK YOU
Date Posted: 02-Oct-2004
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Looking for any info on this family and other relatives: William H. Brewer and wife Esther Spaulding Brewer she was B: in Evanston, ILL. Gave up for adoption their son named William H. Brewer B; 27 April, 1922 in Boston, Mass. Adopted out 6 July 1923 in Boston, from James B. Hayes,Agent St. Mary's Infancy Asylum & Lying in Hospital on Everette Ave., Dorchester. Adopted by Percy Melvin Flanders and wife Adeline Sophie Flanders. Wm. H Brewer's name was thus changed, to Edward Joseph Flanders. Any help at all will be appreciated, will share family information.
Date Posted: 02-Oct-2004
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HI MY NAME NOW IS KACIE FANN AND IM LOOKING FOR MY BIRTHPARENTS I WAS BORN AT MARTIN LUTHER KING HOSPITAL IN CULVER CITY CA, ON 3/23/79 IF U HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON WHO MY PARENTS ARE PLEASE CONTACT ME, THIS MEAN SO MUCH TO ME THANK YOU, KACIE{KEISHA FLANDERS}
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Joseph Hoyt
Birth 3 Jun 1739
Father Enoch Hoyt
Mother Sarah French

Spouses
1 Abigail Flanders

Children:
Benjamin (1780-1869)
Enoch
Enoch (1766-1821)
Joanna
Samuel
Joseph F. (1773-~1849)
Ezra (1776-)
Notes for Joseph Hoyt
From A GENEALONICAL HISTORY OF THE HOYT,HAIGHT AND HIGHT FAMILIES By David Hoyt.
He is a farmer living in Deerfield, N.H. previous to 1774, he moved to Cabot, Vt. about 1797, He died with son, Jos. F. in 1815. H was a stout, resolute, smart man. He served under Gen Stark in the Revolution and carried his wounded captain, Nathan Sanborn, from the battlefield on his shoulder.
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