You have far more info than anyone around on the Flints. The letters, were in the possesion of Loyd Blinn, I assume his daughter still has them along with the painting. She has been Ill and we have not had much luck in the past getting info out of her and her husband, although they have been very supportive. The Church would probalby be ST Annes, in Byron. My brother lives out that way and the next time I go out, I will get you a photo of it and both the Flint cottages. They are all on Commissioners Rd, the same road as the cemetery. I hope you don t mind but I copied the photo of the Flints in the cottage for our "Doors Open" visitation at the cemetery Today, and placed it by there Tombstone along with the info we had already compiled. Over 220 people visited the cemetery in the last two days. Your Flint Archives belongs in our Librarys "London Room" where we are compiling Londons history. D Long
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