Richard was born on 2 Jun 1837 in Boone County Kentucky, the son of Thomas 5 Flynt and Susanna Chiles Fulkerson.
He died on 7 Aug 1926 in Boone County Kentucky.
His wife was Mary Frances Turner, who he married on 7 JUN 1860 in Boone County Kentucky. Their five known children were Joseph Franklin (1868-1940), Wilmette A (1862-?), Augusta Jane (1870-1956), Augeta F (1869-?) and Ora E (1881-?).
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|Birth||2 JUN 1837||
|Death||7 AUG 1926||
|Census||14 SEP 1850||
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|Census||5 JUN 1860||
|Census||13 AUG 1870||
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|Census||5 JUN 1900||
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|Census||28 JAN 1920||
History of Boone County, Missouri: Written and Compiled from the Most.. Google Books..
HISTORY OF BOONE COUNTY 1121
RICHARD M FIYNT
Richard M Flynt though forty five years of age is a native of Boone county and is now living at the old home where he was born and raised. He is the son of Thomas and Susan C Flynt the former a native of North Carolina and the latter of Virginia They first emigrated to Callaway county Missouri in 1833 but remained there only one year removing in 1834 to Boone county settling on the farm where the subject of this sketch now lives.
Thomas Flynt was born in Stokes county North Carolina iu 1794 His father was also named Thomas Richard M bears the name of an uncle who served on the staff of Gen Jackson during the war of 1812 Both of his grandfathers served in the American army during the revolutionary war The subject of this sketch was born June 2d 1837 He was one of a family of seven children two of whom died in childhood The oldest member of the family now living is the widow of John W Love who died in the Federal army during the late civil war The other sister is the wife of John D French The oldest of the brothers James W went to California in 1850 and has never returned He is a bachelor He is now living in White Pine county Nevada Martin C Flynt the youngest brother is a native of Audrain county He was a soldier in Cockrell's brigade during the late war and was twice wounded at the battle of Franklin Tennessee.
Richard M Flynt was with Price in his Missouri campaigns at the beginning of the war He was married on the 7th day of June 1860 to Miss Mary F daughter of Mordecai and Arethusa Tinner of Boone county They have seven children living and one dead Their names are Wilmuth Ann Thomas M Joseph F Augusta Jane William R Warren A Lena Mabel and an infant yet unnamed Thomas M died in infancy Their children are all living at home Mr and Mrs Flynt are members of the Baptist church at Grand View Mr Flynt is also a member of the Masonic order His home is situated sixteen miles northeast of Columbia and four miles southeast of Hallsville which is his post office Thomas Flynt the father of the subject of this sketch died in February 1858 Mrs Flynt died in the winter of 1866 They are both buried at Mt Zion church which was built on land donated by Mr Flynt and the church was named by him He was a member of the Methodist Church South Mrs Flynt was a member of the Regular Baptist church.
Thomas Flynt age 57 farmer, born NC
Susaan C ", age 49, f, born VA
Richard M ", age 15 male, born MO
Ann L ", age 9, female born MO
Martin C ", age 6 male, born MO
Flint, Richard, 31, m, w, farmer, $3000, $1500, born MO
__ Mary, F, 29 F, w, keeps house, born MO
__ Wilmette A, 8, F, W, born MO
__ Joseph F, 2, m, w, born MO
__ Jane 1/12, f, w, born MO
Flynt, Richard, head, w, m Jun 1837, age 63, married 35 yrs, b MO, f b MO, m b MO
__Mary F, wife, w, f, Aug 1840, age 59, married 35 years, 5 children 4 living, born MO, f born MO, m born MO
__Augeta F , daughter, w, f, Aug 1869, age 30, single, born MO, f born MO, m born MO
__ Ora, E, daughter, w, f, Jan 1881, age 18, single, born MO, f born MO, m born MO