Private Henry A. Flowers was born ca. 1842 in Florida.
In 1860, he was living in Madison County, Florida, at his father Joseph’s residence. He was the sixth of eight children, and gave his profession as a day laborer.
He enlisted for state service on September 4th, 1861 with Captain Wilk Call’s Concordia Infantry with the rank of private. He reenlisted in Davidson’s Company on March 12th, 1862 at Quincy, Gadsden County, Florida. He was recorded as absent sick at Calhoun County, Florida until June 30th, 1862; he returned to the company about June 30th and was present with it until December 20th, 1862 when he was detached for service as a pork house guard at Knoxville, Tennessee.
He was hospitalized while at Knoxville, and succumbed to disease on March 18th, 1863. His place of interment is unknown.