FLOWERS, Rebecca Ann

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Last Name
Given Names
Rebecca Ann
Better known as
Date of Birth
Age at Death
Place of Birth
Logansport, Indiana
Family Tree
  Farrell Family Tree
Birth Mother
Barbara Louise Farrell
Birth Father
Non-Temple Relatives
Body Identification Number
Burial Location
Evergreen Cemetery, Oakland, CA
Source of Death Information
House Foreign Affairs Committee report; FBI document 89-4286-1302 (prepared 12/78)
Entry into Guyana
Residence (US)
San Francisco, California 94115
Residence (JT)
Cottage 17
Occupation in U.S./Skills, Talents & Interests
Lab technician (RYMUR 89-4286-E-2-A-1q); secretary (2nd PT occupation record)
Occupation in Jonestown (Temple Records)
ACAO (RYMUR 89-4286-C-8-a-26a); Farm Management—Crops, Citrus (RYMUR 89-4286-C-7-h-4a); Laboratory Tech. (RYMUR 89-4286-C-7-h-4b); Laboratory Tech (Agric.) (RYMUR 89-4286-C-7-A-11)
Jonestown Roles (FBI Records)
Government Income
“Girl, how did we become friends? You were such a goody two shoes!! Your mother was my other mom, and your brother..well we were. We had so much fun in San Francisco. The first time Becky let me go to class with her at University of San Francisco. She was studying to be a lab technician. College was good for her. We had our fun hanging out. We remained friends even in Jonestown. Becky was a very smart young woman who was kind to the bone. She was a giver. I miss you. Love Leslie ” - Leslie Cathey (Wilson)

“My cousin Becky was a "beautiful and smart" person. She will always be remembered as such. How I will miss her. ” - Trudy Taylor Walton

“Becky has been remembered by her classmates from Logansport (IN)HS class of 1972. At our 35th (2007) & 40th (2012) reunion she was remembered in a memorial video. I had heard of the connection with Jonestown but wasn't sure if it was just speculation or not. My husband attended school with her @ Tipton, and we both knew her from Lincoln Jr High and HS. She was remembered as a very sweet & kind person. I just want her family to know we didn't forget her. ” - Carol Adams