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Salem Pioneer Cemetery ~ Addison R. Flint ~ part of the Marion County Pioneer Cemeteries of Oregon
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Addison R. Flint
LAST NAME: Flint FIRST NAME: Addison MIDDLE NAME: R. NICKNAME: 
MAIDEN NAME:  AKA 1:  AKA 2:  AKA 3: 
TITLE: Mr. GENDER: M MILITARY: 
BORN: 17 Aug 1808 DIED: 18 Mar 1894 BURIED: Mar 1894
ETHNICITY:   OCCUPATION:  Civil engineer, Surveyor, Merchant
BIRTH PLACE:  North Reading, Middlesex Co., Massachusetts
DEATH PLACE: Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon
NOTES: 
IOOF - A. R. Flint, age 86, died in Portland of unknown disease, father of Mrs. Richard Dearborn.

Sunday, July 27 -- Mr. A. R. Flint and Mrs. R. H. Dearborn returned Friday evening from their recent visit East. 
Weekly Oregon Statesman Aug. 1, 1884 1:8
DEATH CERTIFICATE: 
OBITUARY: 
FLINT - In Portland, Monday, March 19, 1894, Addison R. Flint. 
The deceased was the father of Mrs. H. A. Dearborn of this city and Mrs. B. F. Swick of Lafayette. The remains were brought to Salem Last night for interment in Rural cemetery. 
Oregon Statesman 20 March 1894 4:5 

Addison R. Flint, whose death occurred at Portland on March 18th, was born at North Reading, Mass., August 17, 1808. When a young man he went as civil engineer to Valparaiso, and surveyed the first railroad built in South America between that city and Santiago. He came to California, a few months after the discovery of gold, landing in San Francisco when that city was a village of tents. 
In 1850 he came to Oregon by way of the Umpqua river, and settled in Winchester and afterward in Roseburg. He surveyed a large portion of the southern part of the state, and for a term of years was connected with the land office at Roseburg, afterward engaging in the mercantile business. Since his early childhood he has been a consistent loyal member of the Presbyterian church. He organized and conducted the first Sabbath school in Oregon south of the Calapooia mountains. 
In every relation of life his character has been that of an upright, unselfish Christian gentleman. Since the death of his wife in 1884 his home has been with his children, Mrs. H. A. Dearborn of Salem, Mrs. S. E. Morgan of Portland, Mrs. B. F. Swick of Dayton, and S. C. Flint of Roseburg. A fourth daughter, Mrs. J. F. Watson, died some years since. 
His remains will be buried by the side of wife and daughter at Salem, the funeral being held at 2:30 p.m. at the residence of Mrs. Dearborn in South Salem. 
Oregon Statesman 21 March 1894 4:1
INSCRIPTION: 
Addison R. Flint 
Born 
at North Reading, Mass. Aug. 17, 1808 
Died 
at Portland, Oregon 
Mar. 18, 1894 
Well done good and faithful servant 
(N. side of Flint monument)
SOURCES: 
LR 
LD
IOOF Register of Burials 
DAR pg 59 
S&H pg 74 
WOS Aug. 1, 1884 1:8 
OS 20 March 1894 4:5 
OS 21 March 1894 4:1
CONTACTS: 
LOT: 652 SPACE:  LONGITUDE: N 44° 55.191' LATITUDE: W 123° 02.912'
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