Anson Ranney Flower

Anson Ranney Flower

Birth
Theresa, Jefferson County, New York, USA
Death
3 Jan 1909 (aged 65)
Manhattan, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA
Burial
Watertown, Jefferson County, New York, USA
Plot
Q 16-19 12L
Memorial ID
40626882 View Source

b. June 20, 1843 Theresa, NY
Father: Nathan M. Flower
Mother: Mary Ann

Married: Ida M. Labcock 1878--Tombstone says Babcock.

Brothers: Late NY Governor, Roswell Pettibone Flower; and, Col. George W. Flower.

Residence at time of death: 601 Fifth Ave, NY, NY

He is descended from English stock, one Lamrock Flower having emigrated from that country to Connecticut.(2) His father, Nathan Monroe Flower, whose ancestors came to Connecticut in 1696 and settled in New Hartford, was born at Oak Hill, Greene County, in this State. Nathan Flower learned the wool-carding and cloth-dressing trade in his father's mill at Oak Hill, and when he became of age, established business for himself in Cooperstown, Otsego County. At Cherry Valley, in the same county, he married Mary Ann Boyle, and soon after moved to the northern wilderness and established a wool-carding and cloth-making business at Theresa.

Photo
"NOTABLE NEW YORKERS"
Circa 1869-1899
Personal Collection
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From Brookside Cemetery Records:
FLOWER AMELIA L BABCOCK Q 16-19 13L 1848 1874 W/Anson R Flower
FLOWER ANSON R 1/4/1909 Q 16-19 12L 1843 1909 H/Ida May Babcock

b. June 20, 1843 Theresa, NY
Father: Nathan M. Flower
Mother: Mary Ann

Married: Ida M. Labcock 1878--Tombstone says Babcock.

Brothers: Late NY Governor, Roswell Pettibone Flower; and, Col. George W. Flower.

Residence at time of death: 601 Fifth Ave, NY, NY

He is descended from English stock, one Lamrock Flower having emigrated from that country to Connecticut.(2) His father, Nathan Monroe Flower, whose ancestors came to Connecticut in 1696 and settled in New Hartford, was born at Oak Hill, Greene County, in this State. Nathan Flower learned the wool-carding and cloth-dressing trade in his father's mill at Oak Hill, and when he became of age, established business for himself in Cooperstown, Otsego County. At Cherry Valley, in the same county, he married Mary Ann Boyle, and soon after moved to the northern wilderness and established a wool-carding and cloth-making business at Theresa.

Photo
"NOTABLE NEW YORKERS"
Circa 1869-1899
Personal Collection
******
From Brookside Cemetery Records:
FLOWER AMELIA L BABCOCK Q 16-19 13L 1848 1874 W/Anson R Flower
FLOWER ANSON R 1/4/1909 Q 16-19 12L 1843 1909 H/Ida May Babcock