New Hampshire, USA
|Death: ||Jul. 5, 1903|
David was the son of Sylvester Proctor and Damaris (Boutelle) Flint.
David B. Flint died Sunday at his home, 360 Commonwealth av, at the age of 87 years. Since his retirement from business in 1869 he has been active in many philanthropic lines, and he was especially interested in the homeopathic hospital and in the Sunnybank home for convalescents in Watertown.
Mr. Flint was twice married. His first wife, Elizabeth Louisa Fuller, was of Roxbury, where they made their home after their marriage in August 1843, later going to Cambridge and then to Watertown. His second marriage was in June, 1891, and his wife, who before her marriage was Dr. Almena J. Baker, well known as a leading homeopathic physician, survives him. Mr. Flint was a member of the South Congregational church, and belonged to the Unitarian club, the Boston art club and the agricultural club, and was a life member of the Massachusetts horticultural society and the Boston museum of fine arts. For many years he was an associate member of the Apollo club, in which his membership dated from its organization, Mr. Flint being one of the charter members. He also belonged to the Grolier club of New York. For several years he was president of the Charles River bank in Cambridge.
Almena Jane Guptill Baker-Flint (1842 - 1914)*
Forest Hills Cemetery and Crematory
Created by: Kay Fordham
Record added: Feb 14, 2010
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