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Elijah Brazier Blalock

Elijah B. Blalock
Full Name: Elijah Brazier Blalock
Birth date: November 14, 1861
Death date: January 28, 1928

Terms of Service

  • House, 29th Legislature
    1/10/1905 - 1/8/1907
    Democrat

Biographical Notes and Resources

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Other Resources

  • Census of 1900 - Elij* Blalock, Harrison County, birth date November 1861, age 38, born in Texas, merchant, spouse Millie S. Blalock, daughter Texie B. Blalock.
    Census of 1920 - Dr. E.B. Blalock, Harrison County, age 58, born circa 1862 in Texas, farmer, wife Mittie S. Blalock. FamilySearch . 1900 1920
  • Dr. Elijah Brazier Blalock, Jr., birth date 11/14/1861, death date 1/28/1928, interment with Mittie S. Blalock in Woodlawn Cemetery, Woodlawn, Harrison County. Find a Grave .
  • "E.B. Blalock Is Very Ill at Hospital: Prominent Merchant and Farmer Suffers Stroke of Apoplexy," 1/28/1928, p. 1. Dr. E.B. Blalock, "one of Harrison County's leading citizens . . . he represented Harrison County in the State Legislature." Marshall Morning News .
  • Obituary, "Dr. E.B. Blalock Is Claimed by Death After a Short Illness," 1/29/1928, Section Two, p. 1. Dr. E.B. Blalock, birth date 11/14/1862, death date Saturday 1/28/1928, father Elijah B. Blalock settled at Woodlawn, marriage to Mittie Calloway. Marshall Morning News .
  • Elijah B. Blalock. Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004 2005.
  • "Makes Model Farm: Dr. Blalock Makes Announcement of His Intentions in Withdrawing" [from the race for Lieutenant Governor], San Antonio Daily Express, 6/1/1906, p. 5, crediting Abilene Library Consortium. Mentions Dr. E.B. Blalock's farm near Woodlawn, Harrison County. Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries) .
  • 29th Legislature (1905) - E.B. Blalock, postoffice Woodlawn, nativity Texas, age 43 (born circa 1862), merchant and farmer, Democrat. Texas Legislative Manual .
  • "Dr. E.B. Blalock, of Woodlawn, formally opened his campaign for the Democratic nomination for Lieutenant Governor at Marshall, May 11th . . . " and "We note with regret the withdrawal of Dr. E.B. Blalock from the race for Lieutenant Governor . . . ," Volume 2, Number 2, June 1906, pp. 76, 53. Texas State Journal of Medicine 1905.
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