Biographical Sketch of Daniel P. Flynn

Daniel P. Flynn was born and raised in San Mateo County, and has spent his busy and useful life in activities which have had the county of his birth for a setting. His recent appointment, on February 7, 1916 to fill the unexpired term of C.
D. Hayward (deceased), the former County Assessor, was a signal mark of recognition of the ability which has characterized all his business career.
Mr. Flynn was born in Redwood City on November 23, 1875. He attended the public schools of this city, and later embarked in a business career, in which he has successfully devoted his energies to farming and the contracting business. He is trustee of the Selby Estate which is estimated to amount to about three-quarters of a million dollars.
It is an interesting fact that Mr. Flynn is still living in the very house in which he was born, and to which many pleasant memories of early childhood are attached. His father’s name was Martin Flynn. Mr. Flynn is married and has four children,-Mary, Agnes, Martin and Francis.

MLA Source Citation:

Alexander, Philip W.; Hamm, Charles P. History of San Mateo County from the Earliest Times: With a Description of Its Resources and Advantages: and the Biographies of Its Representative Men. San Mateo County, California: Press of Burlingame Publishing Company. 1916. Web. 31 January 2015. - Last updated on Mar 21st, 2013


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