BLAIR BLAIR, JULIA - Johnson County, Kentucky | JULIA BLAIR BLAIR - Kentucky Gravestone Photos


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

March 20, 1880 - November 26, 1941

Julia Blair, age 61 died at her home at Barnetts Creek on November 26 after a month's illness from asthma. She was the daughter of Wallace and Margaret Blair and was born in this county where she had spent her life. She was married to Albert Blair and to this union were born the following children; Mrs. Zora Ward, Mrs. Rose Pelphrey, Mrs. Elvin Ratliff, Mrs. Edna Ratliff, Mrs. Keaton Ward, Irma, Kelley, Kenneth and Curtis Blair. She is also survived by one sister: Mrs. Emma Caudill, John Blair, Millard and Frank Blair. She was a member of the Little Paint Church. Funeral services were conducted at the home at 2 o'clock Firday with Revs Prater and Millard Blair officiating. Burial was made in the home cemetery. Paintsville Herald Thursday December 4, 1941 JULIA ANN BLAIR Julia Ann Blair was born March 20, 1880; died November 26, 1941, at the age of 61 years, 8 months and 6 days. She was the daughter of Wallace and Margarette Hitchcock Blair, the youngest of a family of 13 children. Early in life, she became a member of the United Baptist Church at Little Paint and lived a faithful Christian until death. On April 28, 1898, she was united in marriage to Albert H. Blair and to this union were born 14 children, 4 of whom preceded her in death, namely, Carmel, Orville, Yunetta and Anna Ruth. Besides her husband she leaves to mourn their loss 10 children, 28 grand children, 3 brothers and 1 sister. The children are: Mrs. Sherman Ward, Mrs. Mildred Pelphrey, Van Lear, Ky,; Mrs. Edgar Ward, Mrs. Callie Ward, Mrs. Herschel Ratliff, Mrs. Ellis Ratliff, Curtis Blair, Kelly, Kenneth and Imogene Blair, all of Barnetts Creek. The brothers are Frank Blair, Barnetts Creek; John Blair, Oil Springs; Millard Blair, Denver, and MRs. Emma Caudill, sister, Denver. She leaves a host of friends and relatives who feel their loss is heaven's gain. This dear one is gone but not forgotten. Paintsville Herald Thursday December 11, 1941

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Submitted: 2/22/22 • Approved: 2/22/22 • Last Updated: 2/22/22 • R13165-G13164

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