|Birth: ||Feb. 14, 1831|
|Death: ||Dec. 27, 1915|
daughter of Oliver "Bob" Loving - Susan Daggett Morgan
Her father was Oliver Loving, the famous cattle driver and creator of the Loving - Goodnight trail.
Mrs. Sarah I. Flint, resident of Young County since 1885, died at the home of her son, J.L. Flint on South Oak Street on Monday, 27 December 1915 and was buried at Oak Grove cemetery. She had been sick for a number of months.
Mrs. Flint was born 14 February 1832 in Hawkins County, Kentucky. and in 1840 came to Texas with her parents, settling first in Collin County and later moving to Weatherford, Parker County, Texas.
John Flint married Miss Sarah Irvin Loving on 17 February 1853 at Palo Pinto County, Texas.
From Weatherford, she moved to Sand Valley in Palo Pinto County, where she resided until moving to Young County in 1885. She had been a resident of Young County for 30 years and was in her 84th year when she died. She joined the Presbyterian church in early life and lived a devout Christian life.
She leaves two sons, a daughter, two brothers, a sister.
daughter - Mary Ella Hatcher
Young County Obituary Index
© 1999, Dorman Holub
The location of her death was torn down in 2011 for a parking lot.
Oliver Loving (1812 - 1867)
Susan Daggett Morgan Loving (1809 - 1884)
John Flint (1827 - 1886)
Florence Flint (1857 - ____)*
Ella M Flint Hatcher (1859 - 1889)*
Joseph Loving Flint (1865 - 1933)*
Sarah Irvin Loving Flint (1831 - 1915)
James Carroll Loving (1836 - 1902)*
William Willis Loving (1838 - 1861)*
Sue M. Loving Roach (1840 - 1915)*
Joseph Bourland Loving (1846 - 1921)*
Annie M. Loving Roach (1848 - 1928)*
Margaret Loving Raines (1853 - 1920)*
Oak Grove Cemetery
Created by: Searchers of our Past
Record added: Jan 27, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 47209086