Flora Miranda [Maranday] was a member of Boston's free black community who worshiped at King's Chapel in the early 19th century. In 1804, several of her children were baptized at King's Chapel. She passed away at 48 in 1815, and her burial service was held at King's Chapel. She died of an illness, as there is a record of payment to a doctor "for medicines and attendance in the decd's last sickness." She had previously been widowed by her husband Bristow Miranda, and she had three children: Susanna, John, and Margaret. At the time of her death, two of her children were underage, so Susanna wrote to a probate judge requesting that Primus Hall, son of famous black Bostonian Prince Hall, be appointed as the administrator of Flora's estate. Flora lived in a multi-family home in Charlestown with her children. She owned about 1/5 of an acre of land, and had a cellar in her home. Among her household possessions, Flora owned a tin candle box, an iron kettle, four chairs, a feather bed, and a looking glass. While Primus Hall worked to settle Flora's estate and settle any outstanding debts she had at the time of her death, her probate paperwork does not indicate the fate of her young children.