Birth Name: Brandon Richard Flowers
Place of Birth: Henderson, Nevada, United States
Date of Birth: June 21, 1981
Ethnicity: Lithuanian (paternal grandmother), English, German, French, Scottish, Welsh, Manx, remote Irish, possibly Dutch
Brandon Flowers is an American singer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. He is the lead vocalist of the Las Vegas-based rock band The Killers. He has English, German, French, Dutch, Scottish, and Lithuanian ancestry. Brandon was raised a Mormon (Latter Day Saint).
Brandon is married to Tana Mundkowsky.
Brandon’s maternal grandfather was Richard Arthur Barlow (the son of Arthur Woodsbury Barlow and Malinda Sylvestra/Sylvesta Dixie Hall). Brandon’s great-grandfather Arthur was the son of Herbert Arthur Barlow, whose parents were English, and of Clara Elizabeth Woodbury, whose mother was of Manx descent. Malinda was the daughter of William Edward Hall and Cora Alice Barr.
Brandon’s maternal grandmother was Suzanne Yvonne Longaker (the daughter of Ernest Clifton Longaker and Rose Clemenceau/Clem Kiene). Ernest was the son of Isaac Newton Longaker and Mary Jane/Ann Sellers, whose mother was likely of Welsh descent. Rose was the daughter of Francis Anthony Kiene, who was an ethnic German, born in Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin, Alsace, France, and of Rose Susan Doriot, who was French.
Genealogy and obituary of Brandon’s mother – http://www.findagrave.com
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