Death of Robert Flynn

by Laurel | August 26th, 2009

August 26, 1907, page 8

Robert Flynn, 50, died at his home, 613 South Bridge street, Saturday night, after an illness of about six months. He had lived in the city many years, being for a long time employed by the Holyoke street railway company, driving team. He leaves a widow, three sons, John, James and Robert, and a daughter, Delia. The funeral will be held at his late home this afternoon at 1:30, with services at the Sacred Heart church at 2. The burial will be in the Calvary cemetery.

From The Springfield Republican.

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