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James Holbrook Bloor
1819 - 1863?

   

 
Father Birth Death  
James Bloor May 25, 1780/9?
Frederick, MD  
After 1860
Monroe Co, OH?
 
 
Mother Birth Death  
Mary Ann Nagle May 17, 1797
Bedford Springs, PA
Aug 24, 1868
Woodsfield, Monroe Co., OH
Married Jun 16, 1818 Belmont Co. (Ohio Marriages, 1803-1900)
 

Siblings of James Holbrook Bloor
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James Holbrook Bloor Alvira Selby Bloor Mary Jane Bloor George Washington Bloor Bernice Florence Bloor Frances Marion Bloor William Frederick Bloor John Dewitt Bloor Calista Ann Bloor Laura Adelia Bloor
 
  Birth Death Notes
James Holbrook Bloor Mar 30, 1819, Woodsfield, Monroe Co., OH Disappeared ca. 1863 during Civil War m. Harriet Sutton (b. Jan 24, 1824, in either OH or PA, daughter of Alfred Sutton and Ann M Bishop (b. England);  d. June 20, 1864.  Buried at Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA; Plot: Section 2, Lot 123, Grave 2) -- ca 1847 - 1848
 

Children of James Holbrook Bloor and Harriet Sutton
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Theodosia Bloor Alfred Sutton Bloor Louis James Bloor
 
James Holbrook Bloor
  There are no early Census records that record James with his parents or other siblings
   
James Holbrook Bloor and Harriet Sutton
  1847 - 1848 - Marries Harriet Sutton ca 1847 - 1848
  1850 - Census - The family is found in Clarion, Clarion Co., PA.  James is listed as John H Bloor.  Daughter Theodosia is listed as Thomas at age two.  Son Alfred Sutton as A S Bloor, age 6/12.  One could question whether this was the right family.  On the death certificate for Theodosia, it is reported that she was born in Clarion, PA which establishes that the family was in fact, living in Clarion.
 
1850 U. S. Census, Clarion, Clarion County, Pennsylvania     See Census and Part 2
Name   Race Gender Age Occupation Birth Place
Bloor John H W M 28 Sadler OH
  Harriet W F 22   PA
  Thomas [Theodosia] W F 2   PA
  A S W F 6/12   PA
Dennis James W M 17 Sadler PA
Netwnder M W F 16   PA
 
The following are from "My High School Days: including a Brief History of the Pittsburgh Central High School from 1855 to 1871 and Addenda" by George T. Fleming, A.M., '71, Pittsburgh, PA, 1904.

This entire document is available online at:
www.libraries.psu.edu/do/digitalbookshelf/28175853/28175853_part_04.pdf
pg. 116 These were D's. Class or 1871.........Louis J. Bloor
pg. 117 "Of those admitted with me I know that Misses Montgomery, Boyce and Phillips of the graduates are deceased, and also Misses McEwen, Sloan, Brown; Messrs. Atkinson, Louis Bloor, Evans, Everson, Seitz, Hutchinson and McKelvy are dead and the locations of many who came to the school but a short time and some I even knew well, are utterly lost to me now."
pg. 130 "Only forty-nine were newly enrolled in 1864.-Fifteen boys, among those that I knew were S. S. Colville, Frank E. Moore (dead), Thomas E. Renton, Alfred S. Bloor, Dr. Wm. E. Hallock; James M. May (now of Beaver Falls), and Jas. M. Wilkinson (dead); Mr. Bloor was a brother of Louis Bloor of our D-1, and long since went to Texas. He was a lawyer, and I have his old Blackstone (Sharswood's Edition)."
pg. 159 List of Admissions, 1863-1864.....Theodosia Bloor
pg. 160 List of Admissions, 1864-1865.....Alfred S. Bloor
  1864 - Harriet Sutton Bloor passes away, June 20, 1864
 

Grave marker for Harriet Sutton Bloor at the Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA.  She shares a marker with her brother Richard Bishop Sutton

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  Richard Bishop Sutton, brother of Harriet, given guardianship of three children.

1870 - Census - Children, now adults are living with grandmother Ann Sutton
 
1870 U.S. Census, 17th Ward, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania    See Census
Name   Age Gender Race Occupation Birth Place
Sutton Ann 61 F W Keeps Home England (mo & fa of foreign birth)
Blower A. 20 M W Law Student PA (mother of foreign birth)
  Lewis 18 M W Clerk in Real Estate O. PA (mother of foreign birth)
  Theo 21 F W At home PA (mother of foreign birth)
McCaffery Anna 15 F W Domestic Servt PA (mother of foreign birth)
 
1880 U.S. Census, 2nd District, 17th Ward, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania   See Census
Name   Race Gender Age Relation Occupation Birth Place Birth Place Father Birth Place Mother
Sutton Ann W F 69   Housekeeper Eng Eng Eng
Bloor Theodsia W F 25 Granddaughter Housekeeper PA OH PA
  Louis W M 23 Grand son Clerk in brewery PA OH PA
Longe Louisa W F 18 servant Servant Prussia Prussia Prussia
 
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Directories,
1888-92
Name: Thedocia Bloor
Location 1: Winebiddle avenue, n Coral
Year: 1890
City: Pittsburgh
State: Pennsylvania
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Directories,
1888-92
Name: Louis J. Bloor
Location 1: Winebiddle avenue, n Coral
Occupation: coll
Year: 1890
City: Pittsburgh
State: Pennsylvania
 

Former home of Ann Sutton at 219 S Winebiddle St, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA, ca. 1950
Later known as the Friendship House

Photo courtesy of the Archives of the Ursuline Sisters of Louisville, KY through e-mail correspondence with Jeff Slack, Feb 15, 2020

If you have any old photographs or information about this house, please contact me through this website.
laurel@laurelynn.com

 

   
Children of James Holbrook Bloor and Harriet Sutton
 
  Theodosia Bloor - b. Nov 12, 1848, Clarion, Clarion Co., PA; d. Jul 16, 1920, Conneaut, Ashtabula Co., OH  

m. Alfred Royal Bingham  (b. Jan 31, 1848, Johnstown, Cambria Co., PA , son of Robert Bingham and Sarah Jane Royer;  d. Aug 15, 1908, Conneaut, Ashtabula Co. OH) -- Jun 16, 1892, Westmoreland Co., PA

Both buried at Glenwood Cemetery, Conneaut, Ashtabula Co., OH.  Theodosia and Alfred did not have any children.
 
Theodosia Bloor
  1850 - Census - Living with parents Clarion, PA
  1860 - Census - Unable to locate family
  1870 - Census - Living with grandmother in Pittsburgh
 

Passport Application for Theodosia Bloor, May 26, 1876

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  1880 - Census - Living with grandmother in Pittsburgh
 
1892 - Marries Alfred Royal Bingham, Jun 16, 1892, Westmoreland Co., PA

Marriage license for Theodocia Bleur and A R Bingham

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  1900 - Census - Unable to locate Theodosia and her husband.  Suspect they are still in Pittsburg based on City Directories
 
1908 - Alfred Royal Bingham passes away, Aug 15, 1908, Conneaut, Ashtabula Co. OH

Death Register for Alfred R Bingham
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1910 U. S. Census, Conneaut, Ashtabula County, Ohio   See Census
Name   Relation Race Gender Age Yrs
Marr.
# Child #Child
living
Occupation Birth Place Birth Place
Father
Birth Place
Mother
Bingham Theodosia Head W F 60 Wd     Farmer dairy PA US US
Abbey Joseph H Manager W M 42 M2-3     Farmer manager NY NY NY
  Auria Servant W F 35 M1-3     Servant family NY Holland Holland
  1915 - Name appears in online versions of the "Guernsey Breeders' Journal, Volume 7" 1915
  1920 - Census - Conneaut, Ashtabula County, Ohio   See Census
Living as a boarder in the home of Frank C and Grace B Watson.  Age 66, Wd,  PA,  OH,  PA
 
1920 - Theodosia Bloor Bingham passes away, Jul 16, 1920, Conneaut, Ashtabula Co., OH  

Death certificate for Theodosia Bingham.  Of note on the certificate, the wrong first name of father was recorded.  Louis was her brother.  James was her father.

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Grave marker for Theodosia Bloor and Alfred R Bingham at Glenwood Cemetery, Conneaut, Ashtabula Co., OH

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  Alfred Sutton Bloor - b. Jan 18, 1850, PA; d. Nov 24, 1899, Travis Co., TX; 

m. Martha Wainwright  (b. July 28, 1849, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA, daughter of Zachariah Wainwright and Elvira Phillips;  d. Feb 7, 1928, Austin, Travis Co., TX) ca. 1873

Both buried at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX
 
Alfred Sutton Bloor and Martha Wainwright
  1850 - Census - Living with parents Clarion, PA
  1860 - Census - Unable to locate family
  1870 - Census - Living with grandmother in Pittsburgh
  1873 - Marries Martha Wainwrigth ca 1873 most likely in PA
 
1880 U.S. Census, Precinct 2, Travis County, Texas    See Census
Name   Race Gender Age Relation Occupation Birth Place Birth Place Father Birth Place Mother
Bloor Alfred W M 30   Farmer PA PA OH
  Martha W F 30 Wife Keeps house PA PA PA
  David W M 6 Son   PA PA PA
  Alfred W W M 3 Son   PA PA PA
  Joseph A W M 8/12
Sep
Son   PA PA PA
  1897 - 1898 - Built Bloor House in Manor, TX.  Texas Historical Marker #15114  https://www.hmdb.org/marker.asp?marker=25777
  1899 - Alfred Sutton Bloor passes away, Nov 24, 1899, Travis Co., TX
  1900 - After the death of Alfred Sutton Bloor in 1899, the family returned to Pittsburgh
 
1900 U. S. Census, 20th Ward, Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania  Winebiddle Street   See Census
Name   Rel. Race Gen Birth
Month
Birth
Year
Age Yrs
Marr.
# Child #
Child
living
Occup Birth Place Birth Place
Father
Birth Place
Mother
Bloor Martha Head W F Jul 1848 50 Wd 27 6 4   PA PA PA
  David S Son W M Mar 1874 26 S     Ranch-man PA PA PA
  Alfred W Son W M Sep 1876 23 S     none PA PA PA
  Grant Son W M Dec 1884 15 S     at school TX PA PA
  Bertram H Son W M Apr 1888 12 S     at school TX PA PA
Stack Nora Servant W F Apr 1877 23 S     servant Ire Ire Ire
Devlin Sarah Servant W F May 1880 20 S     servant Sco Sco Ire
  1900 - 1901 - The family returned to Travis County, TX before Nov 18, 1901 when son Grant died
 
1910 U. S. Census, Precinct 2, Travis County, Texas     See Census
Name   Rel. Race Gen Age Yrs
Marr.
# Child #
Child
living
Occup Birth Place Birth Place
Father
Birth Place
Mother
Bloor Mrs. M. W Head W F 60 Wd 6 3 Own Farm PA PA PA
  Dave Son W M 36 S     Own Farm PA PA PA
 
1920 U. S. Census,  Manor, Travis County, Texas      See Census
Name   Rel. Race Gen Age Occup Birth Place Birth Place
Father
Birth Place
Mother
Bloor Martha W. Head W F 70 Wd   PA PA PA
  Dave S. Son W M 45   PA PA PA
  Bertram Son W M 31   TX PA PA
 
1928 - Martha Wainwright Bloor passes away, Feb 7, 1928, Austin, Travis Co., TX Death certificate for Martha W Bloor

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Grave marker for Alfred Sutton and Martha Wainwright Bloor at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX

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  David Sutton Bloor - b. Mar 16, 1874, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA; d. Apr 23, 1931, Washington, DC. Buried at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX
  1880 - 1900 - Census - Living with parents
  1910 - Census - living with mother. See above.
 

WWI Registration for Davis Sutton Bloor

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  1920 - Census - living with mother. See above
  1930 - Census - living with brother Alfred W. below
 

Grave marker for David Sutton Bloor at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX

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  Alfred Wainwright Bloor - b. Sep 9, 1876, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA; d. Jul 3, 1952, Austin, Travis Co., TX;

m. Lucile G Manor (b. May 6, 1876, TX; daughter of James B Manor and Elizabeth Ann Stelfox; d. Jan 17, 1972, Austin, Travis Co., TX) -- Dec 4, 1901, Travis Co., TX

Buried at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX.  Alfred and Lucile did not have any children.
 
Alfred Wainwright Bloor and Lucile G Manor
  1880 - 1900 - Census - Living with parents
  1901 - Marries Lucile G Manor, Dec 4, 1901, Travis Co., TX
 

1904 - University of Texas at Austin yearbook photo for A W Bloor (page 80)
 
1910 U. S. Census, Precinct 3, Austin City, Travis County, Texas     See Census
Name   Rel. Race Gen Age Yrs
Marr.
# Child #
Child
living
Occup Birth Place Birth Place
Father
Birth Place
Mother
Living as lodgers in home of Richard W. Finley
Bloor Alfred W. Lodger W M 32 M1 8     Lawyer / General Practice PA PA PA
  Lucile Lodger W F 32 M1 8 0 0 none TX TN Eng
 
1920 U. S. Census, Ward 3, Austin City, Travis County, Texas   See Census
Name   Rel. Race Gen Age Occup Birth Place Birth Place
Father
Birth Place
Mother
Bloor Alfred W Head W M 43 Lawyer / General Practice PA PA PA
  Lucile M Wife W F 43 None TX TN Eng
  1925 - Passenger list on the ship "Thomas" arriving in San Francisco on Nov 4, 1925 from Manila, Philippines for Alfred W. Bloor (pdf)

1927 - Passenger list on the ship "Gatun" arriving in New Orleans on Dec 5, 1927 from Havana, Cuba for Alfred W. Bloor and wife Lucile (pdf)
 
1930 U. S. Census, Ward 7, Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio City, Bexar County, Texas  See Census
Name   Rel. Race Gen Age Age
Marr.
Occup Birth Place Birth Place
Father
Birth Place
Mother
Bloor Alfred W. Head W M 54 25 Officer / Army PA PA PA
  Lucille M. Wife W F 53 25 none TX TN Eng
  David S. Brother W M 56 S none PA PA PA
Randall Lulu Servant W F 30 16 Cook / Private family TX TX TX
 
1940 U. S. Census, San Antonio, Bexar County, Texas   See Census 
Name   Rel. Race Gen Age Marr? Highest grade of school completed Occup. Birth Place
Bloor Alfred W Head W M 63 M C-4 Retired Army officer PA
  Lucille M Wife W F 63 M C-4   TX
 
1952 - Alfred Wainwright Bloor passes away, Jul 3, 1952, Austin, Travis Co., TX

Death certificate for Alfred W Bloor

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  1954 - Passenger list on the ship "America" arriving in New York on June 2, 1954 from Southampton, England for Lucile Bloor (pdf)
 
1972 - Lucile G Manor Bloor passes away, Jan 17, 1972, Austin, Travis Co., TX

Death certificate for Lucile Bloor

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Grave marker for Alfred Wainwright and Lucile Manor Bloor at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX

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The Handbook of Texas Online
https://tshaonline.org/handbook/online/articles/fbl75
BLOOR, ALFRED WAINWRIGHT (1876–1952). Alfred Wainwright Bloor, Texas National Guard officer and lawyer, was born to Alfred and Martha Bloor on September 9, 1876, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He had three brothers. Bloor’s father moved his family to Austin by 1880, and Bloor grew up in Travis County. He graduated from the State Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas (now Texas A&M University) in 1895, served as a sergeant in the First Texas Militia from 1895 until 1898, and served with Company L of the First Texas Volunteer Infantry in the Spanish-American War from May 11, 1898, until April 20, 1899.

After the war, he settled back in Austin, where he received his law degree from the University of Texas in 1904 and became a general practice attorney. He remained in the Texas National Guard in various positions until World War I. For example, in 1914 he was appointed lieutenant colonel of the Second Texas Infantry and served on the Mexican border in 1916. In 1917 he received an appointment as colonel of the Seventh Texas Infantry Regiment, a unit being raised for service in World War I. Colonel Bloor recruited the regiment throughout North and Northwest Texas. The federal government drafted the regiment into service in August 1917, and sent it to Camp Bowie, Texas, in September 1917. At Camp Bowie, the War Department merged the Seventh Texas with the First Oklahoma Infantry. The new organization became the 142nd Infantry Regiment, and Colonel Bloor retained command of the new regiment.

After training at Camp Bowie until June of 1918, Colonel Bloor led his regiment overseas to France as part of the Thirty-sixth Infantry Division. On October 8, 1918, he led his regiment into combat for the first time during the battle of St. Etienne in the Champagne region. In its first combat experience, the regiment suffered greatly, with casualties of eight officers and 111 men killed on that day. After St. Etienne, Bloor saw his regiment through the battle of Forest Ferme on October 27, 1918, in which the 142nd infantry overran German positions in under an hour and suffered casualties of eight men killed and sixteen men wounded. During the battle of Forest Ferme, Colonel Bloor’s regiment made one of the earliest known uses of Native American soldiers (members of the Choctaw tribe) to pass messages between units. After the armistice, Colonel Bloor remained in command of his regiment and in May of 1919 led it back to Camp Bowie, where the Texan and Oklahoman soldiers were demobilized. He was honored with the Croix de Guerre for his “gallantry in action.” After the war, Colonel Bloor was invited to describe his experiences to the Texas legislature and was praised by the Thirty-sixth Division’s commanding general, Maj. Gen. William R. Smith, who noted that Colonel Bloor was the only one of the four original regimental commanders in the division to hold his command throughout the war.

After the war, Bloor returned to Austin as an attorney but then decided to remain in the United States Army. He graduated from the army’s School of the Line in 1921 and the General Staff School in 1922. He then served as the Provost Marshall of Fort Sam Houston and spent time as a military attaché to several foreign countries. He served on the army’s General Staff in Washington, D.C., and retired from the army in 1940. He then returned to Austin and practiced law with his younger brother Bertram (who also served with him in World War I). Colonel Bloor was married to Lucile Manor; they had no children. While planning a trip to visit Europe with his wife, Bloor died in Austin on July 3, 1952. He was buried in Oakwood Cemetery in Austin.

BIBLIOGRAPHY
Gregory W. Ball, Soldier Boys of Texas: The Seventh Texas Infantry in World War I (Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Texas, 2010). C.H. Barnes, History of the 142nd Infantry of the Thirty-Sixth Division: October 15, 1917, to June 17, 1919 (Blackwell Job Printing Company, 1922). Capt. Ben H. Chastaine, Story of the 36th: The Experiences of the 36th Division in the World War (Oklahoma City: Harlow Publishing Co., 1920). Lonnie J. White, Panthers to Arrowheads: the 36th (Texas-Oklahoma) Division in World War I (Austin: Presidial Press, 1984).
   
  Joseph Abbott Bloor - b. Sep 8, 1879, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA; d. June 11, 1881, Travis Co., TX.  Buried at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX
 
Joseph Abbott Bloor
  1880 - Census - Living with parents
 

Grave marker for Joseph Abbott Bloor at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX

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  Cecil Mark Bloor - b. Aug 4, 1882, TX?; d. Sep 13, 1897, Travis Co., TX.  Buried at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX
 
Cecil Mark Bloor
 

Grave marker for Cecil Mark Bloor at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX

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  Grant Bloor - b. Dec 28, 1884, TX; d. Nov 18, 1901, Travis Co., TX.  Buried at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX
 
Grant Bloor
  1900 - Census - Living with family
 

Grave marker for Grant Bloor at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX

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  Bertram Hathaway Bloor - b. Apr 7, 1888, Travis Co., TX; d. Nov 17, 1953, Austin, Travis Co., TX

m1. Ruby Talley (b. Nov 22, 1887, Taylor, Williamson, TX; daughter of Reuben Henry Talley and Texanna Ward; d. Dec 1, 1937, Austin, Travis Co., TX) -- Dec 28, 1921, San Marcos, Hays Co., TX

m2. Pearl Carroll (b. Aug 5, 1890, LA, daughter of Monroe Walter Carroll and Lula Protho;  d. Jan 29, 1978, Fort Worth, Tarrant Co., TX.  Buried at Prairie Lea Cemetery, Brenham, Washington Co., TX.  Was married first to Oscar Alpheus Seward, Jr and then Philip R Miller before Bertram.) -- Oct 7, 1939, Houston, Harris Co., TX

Bertram and Ruby buried at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX
 
Bertram Hathaway Bloor and Ruby Talley
  1880 - 1900 - Census - Living with parents
  1910 - Census - Could not find Bertram 
 

WWI Registration for Bertram Hathaway Bloor

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  1920 - Census - Bertram living with mother above
  1921 - Marries Ruby Talley, Dec 28, 1921, San Marcos, Hays Co., TX
 
1930 U. S. Census,  Austin City, Travis County, Texas     See Census
Name   Rel. Race Gen Age Age
Marr.
Occup Birth Place Birth Place
Father
Birth Place
Mother
Bloor Bertram H Head W M 42 34 Lawyer TX PA PA
  Ruby Wife W F 42 34   TX GA TX
  Anne Dau W F 6     TX TX TX
  Bertram Son W M 5     TX TX TX
Woodmore Earl Servant B M 23     AR TX AK
 
1937 - Ruby Talley Bloor passes away, Dec 1, 1937, Austin, Travis Co., TX

Death certificate for Ruby Talley Bloor

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1939 - Marries Pearl Carroll, Oct 7, 1939, Houston, Harris Co., TX

Marriage license for Bertram H Bloor and Pearl Carroll Miller

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1940 U. S. Census, Austin, Travis County, Texas    See Census 
Name   Rel. Race Gen Age Marr? Highest grade of school completed Occup. Birth Place
Bloor Bert H Head W M 51 M C5 Lawyer private practice TX
  Pearl Wife W F 49 M C1   LA
  Anne Daughter W F 16 S H-3   TX
  Bert Jr Son W M 15 S H-1   TX
 

WWII Registration for Bertram Hathaway Bloor

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1953 - Bertram Hathaway Bloor passes away, Nov 17, 1953, Austin, Travis Co., TX

Death certificate for Bertram H Bloor, Sr

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Grave marker for Bertram Hathaway and Ruby Talley Bloor at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis County, TX

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  Anne Sutton Bloor - b. Apr 25, 1923, TX

m. Edwin J Schryver  (b. Aug 16, 1920, Estherville, Emmet Co., IA, son of Chester Arthur Schryver and Anna May Johnson;  d. Jan 2, 2012.  Buried at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis Co., TX) -- Dec 28, 1947, Austin, Travis Co., TX

Some information kindly provided by Carol Schryver-Bloom during e-mail correspondence Oct 2021
 
Anne Sutton Bloor and Edwin J Schryver
  1930 - 1940 - Census living with parents
 
1947 - Marries Edwin J Schryver, Dec 28, 1947, Austin, Travis Co., TX

Wedding announcement for Anne Sutton Bloor and E J Schryver

The Austin Statesman, Austin, TX, Dec 7, 1947, pg 50

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  Carol Anne Schryver - b. Jul 6, 1952, OH; 

m. Eric Russell Leach -- 15 Jan 1978, Los Angeles, CA -- Divorces - Jul 28, 1991

m. Ronald W Bloom -- Aug 30, 2007
  Brian Bloor Schryver - b. Aug 13, 1954, Los Angeles Co., CA; 

m. Lauren P Friedlander -- Jul 2, 1983, San Mateo Co., CA
 
Brian Bloor Schryver and Lauren P Friedlander
  Thomas Brian Schryver - b. Oct 17, 1986, San Mateo Co., CA
  Kelly Jeane Schryver - b. Mar 31, 1989, San Mateo Co., CA

m. Elliot Steinhardt -- Jun 3, 2018
 
Kelly Jeane Schryver
  Owen August Steinhardt - b. Oct 13, 2019
   
  Jeffrey Edwin Schryver - b. Dec 7, 1960, Los Angeles Co., CA;  Vive en españa

m. Deanna "Dede" Kay Needham - ( b. May 19, 1962, MO  ) -- Divorced Oct 17, 2001, Memphis, Shelby Co., TN
 
Jeffrey Edwin Schryver
  Gregory Edwin Schryver - b. Apr 28, 1992
  Ellen Christine Schryver - b. Mar 1994
  Kevin Gordon Schryver - b. Sep 1995
   
  Bertram Hathaway Bloor Jr. - b. Mar 22, 1925, Austin, Travis Co., TX;  d. Jul 21, 2013, TX.  Buried at Oakwood Cemetery Annex, Austin, Travis Co., TX

m. Janie Mae Smith - (b. Nov 11, 1927, TX, daughter of Justin Conant Smith, Jr and Ida Mae Payne ; d. Dec 16, 2020, Abilene, Taylor Co.,  TX ) -- Nov 13, 1948
 
Bertram Hathaway Bloor Jr and Janie Mae Smith         
  1930 - 1940 - Census living with parents
  1948 - Marries Janie Mae Smith, Nov 13, 1948
 
Obituary for Bertram Hathaway Bloor, Jr
Published in Austin American-Statesman on July 24, 2013

Bertram Hathaway Bloor, Jr. died peacefully at his home on July 21, 2013. He was born March 22, 1925 at the old Seton Hospital, the son of Ruby Talley Bloor and Bertram H. Bloor, Sr. of Austin, Texas.

Bert received a BS in Aeronautical Engineering from UT Austin and married Jane Smith November 13, 1948. Not only did he witness profound technological advances during his life, but he was a pioneer in aircraft design, from fighter jets and bombers to the heat shield on the first space capsule.
Bert delighted in telling stories of his experiences and the family history of their settlement in a log cabin in Travis County in the late 1800's establishing the family ranch that has been owned and operated for over 100 years. Bert deeply loved and is loved by his family.

He is survived by his loving wife, Jane, of 64 years; their two children Cynthia Kennickel and Martha Smith; five granddaughters, Virginia, Sandra, Judith, Gloria, and Elizabeth; four great granddaughters, Hailey, Taylor, Natalie, and Lauren; and his sister Anne Schryver.

The family extends its sincerest appreciation to Dr. Scott Ream for his compassion and medical care for Bert. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Hospice Austin, The Salvation Army, or a charity of your choice. Graveside services will be held for the family at Oakwood Annex Cemetery.
  Cynthia Payne Bloor - b. Jun 19, 1950, Tarrant Co., TX

m. Robert Lacount Kennickell -- Apr 17, 1976, Dallas Co., TX
 
Cynthia Payne Bloor and Robert Lacount Kennickell
  Judith Esther Kennickell - b. Apr 25, 1977, Dallas Co., TX
  Gloria Lucille Kennickell - b. Dec 4, 1978, Dallas Co., TX;  m. Christian Anthony Antkow -- Feb 4, 2006, Rockwall Co., TX
  Elizabeth Anne Kennickell - b. Oct 12, 1981, Dallas Co., TX
  Martha Wainwright Bloor - b. Jun 18, 1952, Tarrant Co., TX

m. Barney Frank Gulley (   ) -- Feb 21, 1974, Hays Co., TX -- Divorced - Feb 3, 1983, Collin Co., TX
m. Frank M Smith, III  (   ) -- Jun 6, 1993, Collin Co., TX
 
Martha Wainwright Bloor and Barney Frank Gulley
  Virginia Ann Gulley - b. Aug 8, 1975, Howard Co., TX; m. Jason Harold Smith -- Aug 10, 2002, Collin Co., TX
  Sandra Renee Gulley - b. Nov 2, 1977, Howard Co., TX;  m. Coby Layne Moore -- Oct 7, 2000, Fisher Co., TX
   
   
   
  Louis James Bloor - b. Apr 1852, PA; d. Jan 11, 1893, Allegheny Co., PA.  Buried at Allegheny Cemetery, Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA; Plot: Section 2, Lot 123, Grave 2
 
Louis James Bloor
  1860 - Census - Unable to locate family
  1870 - 1880 - Census - Living with grandmother in Pittsburgh
  1875 - 1891 - City Directories - Appears in the Pittsburgh city directory every year until death.
 
1893 - Louis James Bloor passes away, Jan 11, 1893, Allegheny Co., PA

Death record for Louis James Bloor and Will Proceedings Index

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October 21, 2021