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  1. Charles F. Blair Jr. (July 19, 1909 – September 2, 1978) was an American aviation pioneer who helped work out the routes and navigation techniques necessary for long-distance flights. He served as a reserve officer, early in his career for the United States Navy , reaching the rank of captain , and later for the United States Air Force , reaching the rank of brigadier general .

  2. Francis Preston Blair Jr. (February 19, 1821 – July 8, 1875) was a United States Senator, a United States Congressman and a Union Major General during the Civil War. He represented Missouri in both the House of Representatives and the Senate , and was active in preventing the State of Missouri from being absorbed into the Confederacy at the beginning of the Civil War .

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  5. Blair: Blair County was created in 1846, see Bedford and Huntingdon counties for earlier maps. 1859: Blair County, Penn. Map. From special surveys by Geil & Freed. Col. Fold. 57 x 46. Philadelphia, authors, 1859. LOC Phillips p. 145, LOC S#712: 1873

  6. 05/07/2022 · Surviving are two sons, Steven A., Jr. (Anne) Blair of St. Charles, MO, Robert T. (Katherine) Blair of East Alton; 14 grandchildren; and a brother, Thomas Blair of Trenton. Visitation will be from 5-8 pm, Monday, July 11 at Marks Mortuary in Wood River where funeral services will be conducted at 11 am, Tuesday.

  7. 26/04/2019 · Judge John F. Michela released Burrows in September of 1994, while Burrows was awaiting his new trial. The Prosecutor in the case, Charles Zalar, acknowledged that the only evidence against Mr. Burrows was the eyewitness accounts, “we don’t have much without them.” (New York Times, September 25, 1994).