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Flowers left for Aeneas Armstrong
Aaneas Armstrong born Georgia, 1835; original service in the United States Navy, from October 2, 1850; married Henrietta E. Vickers; pre-war slave holder, residing in Sumter County, Georgia (also shown as a resident of Macon, Georgia, at the time of his death); early war service in the Georgia Navy, March, 1861; appointed 1st lieutenant, Confederate States Navy, April 24, 1862; served on the CSS Sampson, and the CSS Isondiga, Savannah station, 1862 - 1864; later attached to the James River Squadron, October 12, 1864; drowned in sinking of steam packet boat Hornet by collision with steamer Allison, January 26, 1865; his widow, Mrs. H.E. Armstrong, collected a Confederate pension, post war, in Thomas County, Georgia; Mrs. Armstrong died at Thomasville, Georgia, May 3, 1912. [Georgia in the War, 1861-1865, page 106; ORN 1, 10, 767; 1, 11, 810 and 2, 1, 289; Kell 270; GA Pension Index 34; Georgia State Archives; Register1863; Sheppard Atlanta Constitution dated May 4, 1912; 1860 U.S. Census Slave Schedules; Daily Examiner (Richmond, Virginia) dated Monday, February 1, 1865. RIP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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 Added: Jan. 8, 2012

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