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R.F. Blair

R.F. Blair
Full Name: R. F. Blair
Death date: Deceased, date unknown

Terms of Service

  • House, 25th Legislature
    1/12/1897 - 1/10/1899
    Democrat
  • House, 24th Legislature
    1/8/1895 - 1/12/1897
    Democrat

Biographical Notes and Resources

Photographs

Other Resources

  • Census of 1900 - not found in Bexar County.
    Census of 1910 - R.F. Blair, Blue Mound, Wagoner County, Oklahoma, age 42, born circa 1868 in Tennessee, lawyer, brother J.E. Blair.
    Census of 1920 - Robert Blair, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, age 50, born circa 1870 in Tennessee, attorney, lodger.
    Census of 1930 - Robert F. Blair, Tulsa, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, age 55, born circa 1875 in Tennessee, lawyer, roomer.
    FamilySearch . 1920 1910
  • 1930
  • "Hon. R.F. Blair, member of the house of representatives from Bexar county," on the "chances of an immediately effective anti-prize fight bill," "Representative Blair," 10/3/1895, p. 1. Galveston Daily News .
  • "Hon. R.F. Blair, formerly of San Antonio, and a prominent member of the Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth Texas legislatures, but now of Wagoner, I.T. (Wagoner, Oklahoma) . . . ," 9/18/1904, p. 17. Houston Post .
  • Possibly Robert F. Blair, death date 4/7/1932 in Tulsa, Oklahoma; left Wagoner about 12 years ago. Death notices, "Wagoner Attorney Dies of Illness," Okmulgee Daily Times (Okmulgee, Oklahoma), 4/8/1932, p. 3. "Former Wagoner Attorney Succumbs to Heart Attack," The Record-Democrat (Wagoner, Oklahoma), p. 3. Newspapers.com .
  • Possibly Robert F. Blair, death date 4/7/1932 in Tulsa County, Oklahoma. Oklahoma State Vital Records Index 2016.
  • 25th Legislature (1897) - R.F. Blair, postoffice San Antonio, nativity Tennessee, age 32 (born circa 1865), lawyer, 6 years in Texas, member of previous legislatures: 24th, Democrat. Texas Legislative Manual .
  • Brief biographical sketch, R.F. Blair, p. 155. Texas State Government: A Volume of Biographical Sketches and Passing Comment, 25th Legislature 1897.
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