He was married to Carmeling Crisologo, who used to be a former governor of Ilocos Sur and his son, Vincent "Bingbong Crisologo" is a congressman in Quezon City.
On October 18, 1970, the then congressman of Ilocos Sur was attending the Sunday mass at the Vigan Cathedral and was about to fall in line for the communion when a lone gunman shot him in the head. The incident caused panic in the church so the assasin was able to run and disappeared. Up to this day, the murder has not been solved and it is believed that it was politically motivated.
The congressman's son, Bingbong, took matters into his own hands by burning down a place occupied by the followers of his family's opponents in politics.
The Crisologo Museum
The family wanted the crime done against Floro to be remembered, they turned the Crisologo family mansion in Vigan into a museum. The museum contained memorabillia, with particular focus on the stateman's assasination. It is found on De Los Reyes Street in Vigan, Ilocos Sur.
- Philippine Museums (Accessed on 30 June 2009)
- The Crisologo Museum (Accessed on 30 June 2009)
- Murder in the Cathedral and a Bloody Exhibit (Accessed on 30 June 2009)