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© Lincoln County News

1849 - 1927

William A. Flynt, long time resident, died at the home in Chandler, last Sunday night aged 78 years.
William A. Flynt was born in Forsyth County, North Carolina on April 10th, 1849.
His death came on the 87th anniversary of his birth. He was one of thirteen children.
Shortly after the close of the civil war he moved, with his parents, to Indiana, where he resided until 1880, at which time he moved to Augusta, Kansas.
He moved to Lincoln County, Oklahoma, in 1891 locating upon a farm near Kendrick, but moved to Chandler shortly after, where he has since resided.
At Lyndon, Kansas, on October 19, 1882, he was united in marriage to Miss Laura Denton. To this union five children were born, two girls and three boys. One of the girls, Tula, died in infancy, the others all reside in Chandler, and were constantly with their mother, at the bedside of the father all during his illness. They are Mrs. Ross J. Tharp, Earnest A., Ginty E. and Elmo D. Flynt.
The deceased was a member of the First Christian church and of the A.H.T.A.
As a church member he lived a conscientious, Christian life.
As a member of the A.H.T.A. he was held in the highest esteem by every member who knew him and, for years, served upon, the executive board. As a citizen he was universally loved and respected. Reverends Goff, Cage and Carpenter each paid a glowing, and richly deserved, tribute to his memory.
Funeral services were conducted from the First Christian church at 10:30 o'clock, Tuesday morning, by Rev. Goff, assisted by Rev. James Cage, of Davenport, and Rev. Carpenter, of Oklahoma City.
Interment was made in Oak Park Cemetery.
Dated April 10, 1927.

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