De­cem­ber 24, 1866, Vineland, New Jersey.

Sep­tem­ber 8, 1932, Clifton Springs, New York.

Clifton Springs Village Ce­me­te­ry, Clifton Springs, New York.


Daughter of Eldon Johnson, Annie was evidently adopted by the Flint family as a young girl.

She attended school in Trenton, New Jersey, and became a teacher, but had to quit the profession after only few years when severe arthritis made her unable to walk. Thereafter, she lived near the Clifton Springs Sanitarium, and began writing poetry. Many of her verses were published on cards, and in magazines as well as in book form. Her works in­clude:

  1. Behold the Lamb of God!
  2. Christ Has No Hands but Our Hands
  3. Go with Me, Master, by the Way
  4. He’s Helping Ne Now
  5. He Giveth More Grace
  6. How Vain Is Our Faith
  7. I Don’t Look Back
  8. O Sometimes My Love Sees Jesus
  9. O There’s Many a Thorn on the Jesus Way
  10. O Who Is This Jesus Who Doeth So Much?
  11. On the Dewy Breath of Even
  12. There Is a Wondrous City
  13. What God Hath Promised