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Myron Geer Blalock

Myron G. Blalock
Full Name: Myron Geer Blalock
Birth date: January 3, 1891
Death date: December 28, 1950

Terms of Service

  • House, 35th (3) (4) (5) (7) Legislature
    1/9/1917 - 9/11/1917
  • House, 34th Legislature
    1/12/1915 - 1/9/1917
  • House, 33rd (1) (2) (6) (8) Legislature
    3/13/1913 - 1/12/1915
(1) Tiller and Blaylock elected 3/10/1913. "Two University Men Chosen to Legislature," Tuesday evening, 3/11/1913, p. 1. Denton Record-Chronicle .
(2) "Election to Fill Vacancies in House: Tiller Leads in the Eighty-Sixth District - Blaylock is Ahead in Gregg County," 3/11/1913, p. 4. Galveston Daily News .
(3) Resolution granting leaves of absence to members who enlisted for military service, pp. 155-156. House Journal .
(4) Communications from the Acting Governor relating to resignations of Representatives George E.B. Peddy and Myron G. Blalock, p. 69. Peddy's resignation accepted 9/10/1917 and Blalock's accepted 9/11/1917. House Journal .
(5) Felix J. McCord, in special election 2/15/1918, sworn 2/26/1918, succeeded Myron G. Blalock, resigned effective 9/11/1917. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004 2005.
(6) Myron G. Blalock, in special election 3/10/1913, sworn 3/13/1913, succeeded Lee Killingsworth, died 2/13/1913. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004 2005.
(7) "Trench Fights Rage Daily at Camp Funston," 8/1/1917, "Legislators Leave Camp." Myron G. Blalock, E.R. Spencer, Wallace Hawkins, George Peddy, and Harry Fisher, all in military training at Camp Funston, left the camp on Tuesday, 7/31/1917 to attend impeachment proceedings against Governor Ferguson. Another member, Woodall Rogers, also at the Camp, "has been transferred to Fortress Monroe and in all probability cannot attend the session." San Antonio Light .
(8) Democrat in 33rd-35th Legislatures. Texas Legislative Manual .

Biographical Notes and Resources

Selected Newspaper articles

Resolutions and Journal entries

  • 52nd Legislature, R.S., HSR 12. Resolutions - Memorial .
  • 52nd Legislature, R.S., SR 13. Resolutions - Memorial .
  • United States Army; Texas National Guard; World War I and World War II. "Captain and Major, U.S. Army, 1917 to 1919, Major, Texas National Guard, 1923-1938, Lt. Colonel, 36th Division (Texas National Guard), U.S. Army 1938-1941, Colonel, Headquarters Army Service Forces, Washington, D.C., 1941-1943." 52nd Legislature, R.S., SR 13. Resolutions - Memorial .


Other Resources

  • Mentioned in biographical sketch of brother, Horace C. Blalock, Volume V, pp. 2173-2174. Relatives: father, William Meredith Blalock, son Myron Geer Blalock. A History of Texas and Texans 1916.
  • Myron Geer Blalock, birth date 1/3/1891 in Marshall; death date 12/28/1950 in Marshall, Harrison County; attorney; served in World War I and II. FamilySearch Texas Deaths, 1890-1976 .
  • Myron Geer Blalock, birth date 1/3/1891, death date 12/28/1950, photo, burial in Grange Hall Cemetery, Marshall, Harrison County. Find a Grave .
  • Occupation and religious affiliation, 34th Legislature. "Occupations of Members of Legislative House," 3/14/1915, p. 4. Galveston Daily News .
  • BLALOCK, MYRON GEER (1891-1950). Handbook of Texas Online .
  • "Blalock served in the army in World War I and rose to the rank of major. After the war he returned to Marshall and opened a law practice there . . . He reentered military service in 1938 and served as finance officer in the Texas National Guard for the Thirty-sixth Infantry Division until 1941; he was a colonel in the United States Army Service Forces until a heart attack in 1943 induced him to retire from active service." Handbook of Texas Online .
  • Data on U.S. Army Divisions during World War I, 36th Division (Texas and Oklahoma National Guard). RootsWeb.com Internet genealogical service .
  • Memorial, March 1951, p. 150. Texas Bar Journal .
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