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Flowers, William R.
William R. Flowers, a Confederate veteran, aged 65 died at his home, No. 156 Williams street, in South Macon, yesterday morning.
Mr. Flowers was a member of Co. A., 54th Georgia Volunteers and made a brave, faithful soldier. He was for a number of years janitor of the county court house.
A wife (Fannie) and five sons are left by Mr. Flowers,. they are W. E., A. L., J. W., Z T, and J. E. Flowers.
The funeral will occur this afternoon at 4 o'clock from the Second Street Methodist Church. The interment will be made at Jones Chapel. Pall-bearers be chosen from among the veterans.
Commander Robt. A. Nisbet has issued the following call to members of R. A. Smith Camp, of which the deceased was a member, to attend the funeral:
Headquarters, R. A. Smith Camp, No. 484, U. C. V. The members of this camp are requested to meet at the residence, No. 156 Williams street, South Macon, at 3:30 o'clock, this afternoon to attend the funeral of our deceased comrade, Wm. R. Flowers.
ROBT. A. NISBET, Com. T. E. YOUNG, Adjt.
Macon Weekly Telegraph, Macon, GA 28 Apr 1908