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Burlin BLAIR

Burlin Blair Cemetery (At Lower Twin Branch, Denver) Cemetery
Johnson County,

March 5, 1912

Burlin Blair, 85, of Denver, died December 9, 1997, at Highlands Regional Medical Center in Prestonsburg. He was born March 5, 1912, in Johnson County, the son of Liss Blair and Lucy Baldwin. He was a coal miner. He was preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Blair of Denver; two sons, Robert Lowell Blair of Elyria, Ohio; and Dalmas Carroll Blair of Denver; two daughters, Lillian Lowe and Dottie Spradlin, both of Denver; one brother, Dennis Blair of Waverly, Ohio; two sisters, Arlene Castle and Fannie May, both of Paintsville; 15 grandchildren; 18 great-grandchildren. Services were December 13, at the Beechwall United Baptist Church with Elders James R. Blair, Gene May, Jerry Colvin and James D. Spradlin officiating, and Paintsville Funeral Home caring for the arrangements. Burial was in the Blair Cemetery in Denver. Paintsville Herald Wednesday January 7, 1997 - December 9, 1997

Contributed on 2/22/22 by lblblair74
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Submitted: 2/22/22 • Approved: 2/22/22 • Last Updated: 2/22/22 • R13123-G0

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