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Re: Baltimore Feasts

Posted: 13 Feb 2007 3:59PM GMT
Classification: Query
The older Samuel Feast was the one who bred the rose you mention. He did have a son named John and one named Samuel. This branch of the family wound up moving out to Colorado. The John Feast you mention with Sarah and children, i.e. Loudon, Linnaeus, Edward, John, Dilwyn, Elizabeth - that is my gg grandmother's (Sarah Uppercue) 2nd husband. Edward is my great grandfather. I know that this John was the older Samuel Feast's brother. John Feast was also a florist and dealt in exotic flowers (esp orchids). Samuel Feast had a flower business for 100 years in Baltimore. John's did not last as long. From John's flower business sprang Kirkley florist. I actually worked there as a teenager. Let me know if there is anything else I can help you with.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Kirkley Connor 31 Jan 2001 9:25AM GMT 
Anne Feast Clark 18 Feb 2001 10:05PM GMT 
Kirkley Connor 20 Feb 2001 9:27AM GMT 
roul3tt3 2 Feb 2002 5:47PM GMT 
Edward 20 Mar 2004 2:47AM GMT 
kathryn_georg... 7 Feb 2007 8:45AM GMT 
CelesteConnor... 13 Feb 2007 10:59PM GMT 
kathryn_georg... 14 Feb 2007 5:41PM GMT 
Edward_Reid_S... 17 Feb 2007 4:22AM GMT 
CelesteConnor... 27 Feb 2007 7:51PM GMT 
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