Castor, Jennie Ann

Attended Second-Year Primary Department 1892-1893.

Birth: 30 Nov 1878, Cabarrus County, North Carolina

Death: 9 Apr 1964, Kannapolis, Cabarrus County, North Carolina

Henry Alexander Castor (1833-1909)
Melinda Cara Alexander Castor (1843-1894)

Adolphus L Castor (18541933)
Maggie L. Castor (18611937)
Bettie Isabella Caster Earnhardt (18651889)
Nancy Emma Castor Misenheimer (18701931)
David Bradshaw Castor (18721966)
Charles Henry Castor (18741953)
Thomas Ivy Castor (18811946)

James William Flow (1872-1922)

James Alexander Flow (1901-1980)
Mary E. Flow Hartsell (1904-1998)
Helen Flow Johnson (1911-1980)

Burial: Oakwood Cemetery, Concord, North Carolina
Source:, #82337609.


The Standard (Concord, NC), 15 Sep 1892, p. 3.

Miss Castor, daughter of Mr. H. A. Castor, of No. 4, has entered Mt. Amoena Seminary.


Daily Concord Standard (Concord, NC), 30 Aug 1900.

A marriage of much interest is to take place soon in No. 4 township. Miss Jennie M. [A.] Castor, daughter of Mr. H. A. Castor is to be married to Dr. J. W. Flowe, of Glass. Dr. Flwe is a son of Mr. R. H. Flowe who now lives at Davidson college.


Kannapolis Daily Independent (Kannapolis, NC), 10 Apr 1964.

Prominent Towel Citian Dies Here

Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 11 a.m. at the First Presbyterian Church for Mrs. J. W. Flow – widow of one of Kannapolis’ first physicians.

Dr. John A. Wilson, pastor, will officiate. Interment will follow in oakwood Cemetery, Concord. The body was taken from Lady’s Funeral Home to the residence, 212 South Main Street, at 11 a.m.

Mrs. Flow, 84, died at 1:15 p.m. Thursday at her home. She had been in declining health a number of years.

She was a native of Cabarrus county, daughter of the late Henry A. Castor and Mrs. Malinda Alexander Castor.

Her husband served the Kannapolis community from its early days until his death in 1922.

Mrs. Flow attended Mount Omoena [sic] at Mt. Pleasant. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church and was also interested in a number of community projects until her health failed.

Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Freeman Johnson of the home and Mrs. Howard Hartsell of Atlanta, Ga.; one son, James Flow of Kannapolis; one brother, D. B. Castor of Kannapolis; one grandchild.


Kannapolis Daily Independent (Kannapolis, NC), 17 Feb 1986, p.1.