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James F. BLAIR

Sam Blair Cemetery (Upper Twin Branch, Denver) Cemetery
Johnson County,

May 10, 1863 - November 11, 1938

James F. Blair, died at his home at Denver, this county, on Armistice Day, Friday, November 11, 1938, following an illness of several months. Mr. Blair was 75 years old, having been born May 10, 1863.He was a prominent citizen of the Jennies Creek section and was the son of the late George W. and Matilda Blair. On January 7, 1886, he was united in marriage to Elizabeth Hitchcock. To them were born five children, Andy Blair, Jesse Blair, Mrs. Edgar Blair, and Mary Blair who died in 1918; also Crate Blair of Denver. In addition to his widow and children he is survived by one sister, Mrs. Armandy Arms of Denver. He has many relatives and friends who mourn his death. Mr. Blair was known as a good citizen and a kind neighbor and was held in high esteem by those who knew him best. Funeral services were held at the home Sunday morning. Services were in charge of Rev. Hargus Conley, Rev. Frank Arms, Rev. Millard O'Bryan, Rev. Prater Blair, Rev. Ferman Blair, Rev. Monroe Caudill. Burial took place at the Sam Blair cemetery Sunday afternoon. A large crowd of relatives and friends of the deceased attended the funeral and burial.

Contributed on 2/22/22 by lblblair74
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Submitted: 2/22/22 • Approved: 2/22/22 • Last Updated: 2/22/22 • R13160-G0

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