Andrew, Flora

Birth Name Andrew, Flora
Gender female
Age at Death about 46 years, 7 months, 18 days


Name Flora Andrews
Event Type Baptism
Event Date 24 Aug 1856 (b. 4 June, no year)
Event Place , Prince Edward Island
Father's Name Charles Andrews (or Andrew)
Mother's Name Mary Andrews (Mary Hopgood)
Book Number 1
Citing this Record "Prince Edward Island Baptism Card Index, 1721-1885," database with images, FamilySearch ( : 11 March 2018), Flora Andrews, 24 Aug 1856; citing p. 216, volume 1, , Prince Edward Island, Public Archives, Charlottetown; FHL microfilm 1,487,750.

Flora Ramsay
Birth 4 Jun 1856
Death 19 Aug 1902 (aged 46)
Aspen, Pitkin County, Colorado, USA
Red Butte Cemetery
Aspen, Pitkin County, Colorado, USA
Memorial ID 82616263

On the 1900 US census, she said born 1866, father and mother born in England.


Mrs. Flora Ramsay, wife of A. P. Ramsay, died at her home Tuesday morning at 4 o'clock of tuberculosis. Mrs. Ramsay has been an invalid for the last five years and at times her condition seemed so bad that friends and physicians looked for her death any moment. For the last few weeks she was feeling much worse than ever before and her sufferings became so great that death came as a great relief. She leaves a husband and two little boys to mourn the loss of a gentle wife and mother. The funeral will take place this afternoon from the family residence, 801 W. Bleeker. The deceased was a member of the Methodist Church and the funeral ceremony will be in charge of Rev. Ellis if he returns from the Central City conference in time. He was telegraphed for but it is not certain whether he can make connections in time. The relatives of the deceased reside in Canada and Mr. Ramsay has not decided whether to bury her remains here or to ship them home.

NOTE: Both Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay are buried at Red Butte Cemetery

Aspen Democrat
Transcribed by Carol Moore
August 20, 1902

Mrs . Ramsey Dies .
Mrs . A . P . Ramsey , wife of the well known blacksmith died at 4 a . m . yesterday morning at her home, corner of Seventh and West Hallam after a lingering Illness . Deceased leaves a husband and two boys to mourn her loss. She was a kind and loving mother, a devoted wife and a neighbor that was loved by all . Her death Is a sad loss to the community and her many friends Join The Times In extending sympathy to the bereaved father and children. Aspen Daily Times, August 20, 1902

Thomas Andrew received a telegram yesterday announcing the sad news of the death of his sister Flora, Mrs A. P. Ramsay of Aften, Col. which occured yesterday morning. Mrs Ramsay had been ill but a short time and the last words received previous to the despatch stated that her health was improving. It was her intention to come to the Island this summer. Deceased is a daughter of Charles Andrew Sr. North St Eleanors. The surviving sister and brothers are Miss Mary Ann Andrew at home, Mrs A. McKinnon, Holman; John, Charles, William, Thomas and George, St. Eleanors. Deceased leaves to mourn besides a husband, two young sons. Guardian Wednesday August 20, 1902 pg 8



Event Date Place Description Sources
Death August 19, 1902 Colorado, United States    
Birth about 1856 Prince Edward Island, Canada baptismal date was 1856 - 1900 US census said b. 1866  


Family of Ramsay, Alexander Polden and Andrew, Flora

Married Husband Ramsay, Alexander Polden ( * about 1860 + 1955 )
Event Date Place Description Sources
Marriage November 4, 1890 St. Eleanors, Lot 17, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada    
Name Birth Date Death Date
Ramsay, Elmer FossSeptember 18, 18911953
Ramsay, Roy1897