Birth: date and location currently unknown. (could have been (?) a first born love child)
Jennie is a complete mystery, unknown until the photograph of the monument with her name on it was received January 6, 2006 from Sara Murphy of Lyon County Historical Archives.
My best guess (?) is that she was next born in 1870 following "Hattie A", likely at her grandmother Shultz's in Lyon county, Kansas (who then removed south 100 miles to be near her grandchildren in Montgomery county, Kansas) thus buried in Lyon county's, Americus cemetery. Later when her mother died she too was buried with daughter Jennie G, - - with the modern grave monument possibly (?) erected by father and sister sometime later in the twentieth century. - - - - Of course she could (?) have been the cause of her mother's death in 1874, which son-in-law Carl R Gray noted as being in Lyon county, Kansas, again 100 miles from where she had lived, documented as, since 1868 and her mother since 1871.
Jennie had three siblings, two brothers, Clarence Morton , a shirt factory owner, married three times last with two sons, last living in Oklahoma City, William Walter, a dentist, last living in Colorado Springs with two daughters, and a sister "Hatti A", married with three sons last living at Thomaston, Knox county, Maine.
Death: date and location currently unknown.
Father: John Andrew FLORA b: 5 SEP 1845, Harrison county, Indiana.
Mother: Mary Elizabeth SHULTS/Z b: 20 JUN 1851, Delaware county, Ohio.
Prepared in part by Bill Boggess.
John Andrew Flora (1845 - 1934)
Mary Elizabeth Shults Flora (1851 - 1874)
Jennie G Flora
Clarence Morton Flora (1868 - 1924)*
Harriette Amanda Flora Gray (1869 - 1956)*
William Walter Flora (1871 - 1922)*
Plot: Section 6 of 7, Row 3, #8
Created by: Bill
Record added: Dec 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 44991960
Added: Mar. 17, 2012