Flinn Family Cemetery
Notes:Located several hundred yards west of Masons Mill Rd. (Route 606) north of Alberta. Surrounded by a rock wall, it is very overgrown with underbrush when inventoried in January 2010. Although only eight markers are visible, many hidden, umarked graves may be here.
Latitude:36º 52' 47.5" N   (36.879870)
Longitude:77º 53' 57.0" W   (-77.899164)
GNIS ID:1466712
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This cemetery contains the remains of the family of Robert Flinn only, including wives Indianna Wilkins Haskins and her sister Rosa Spencer Haskins. Except John's, all stones are identical, CWS f BCV, pp. 201, 216.

Robert Flinn22 Jul 1851 —13 Jun 1934Son of William and Elvira Sturdivant Flinn

Indiana Haskins Flinn14 Aug 1851 —5 Nov 1887First wife of Robert Flinn

Bettie Flinn13 Nov 1870 —20 Mar 1934Daughter of Robert and Indiana Haskins Flinn

Estelle Flinn4 Jul 1886 —21 Jul 1887Daughter of Robert and Indiana Haskins Flinn



Robert Haskins Flinn27 Mar 1875 —25 Mar 1895Son of Robert and Indiana Haskins Flinn

Rosa Haskins Flinn3 May 1857 —20 Dec 1929Second wife of Robert Flinn

Marion Flinn29 Aug 1894 —27 Jul 1896Daughter of Robert and Rosa Haskins Flinn

John B. Flinn1897 —1986
Notes: This is a metal Williams Funeral Home marker.

 

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