Obit: Flint, Mrs. Arthur (1873? -1934)
Transcriber: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Flint, Hosely, Buck, Bunkleman, Buddenhagen, Millham, Vanderhey
----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 21 June 1934
Flint, Mrs. Arthur (1873? -20 June 1934)
Mrs. Arthur Flint, a former resident here, died at her home in Oshkosh, June 20, aged 60 years.
Mrs. Flint was born in Fond du Lac County were she was married to Mr. Flint. Some years later they moved to Clark County and carried on the Loom Hasley farm in the town of York. Later Mr. and Mrs. Flint were placed in charge of the Wood County Poor Farm. When they retired from this work, they moved to Oshkosh.
Mrs. Flint will be well remembered by many friends in this locality. She was a lady who was well liked by all who knew her.
She is survived by her husband and one daughter, Fern, now Mrs. Lawrence Buck; also 3 brothers, William Bunkleman of Neillsville; Louis of Seattle and Albert of Monroe, Wis.; three sisters, Mrs. Wm. Buddenhage, Fond du Lac; Mrs. Emma Millham, Seattle, and Mrs. Ida Vanderhey, St. Paul.
The funeral was held in Oshkosh Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Bunkleman and son Ralph, attended the funeral.
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