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Junius Blair Fishburn

Junius Blair Fishburn, American banker, publisher. award from College of William and Mary, 1937. Member English-Speaking Union, American Academy Political and Social Science, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; Member Methodist Episcopal Church, South (trustee).

Background

  • Fishburn, Junius Blair was born on September 27, 1865 in Boone Mill, Virginia, United States. Son of James Addison and Mary Louise (Boon) Fishburn.

  • Education

    • Edward high schools Danville, Kentucky, and Roanoke, Virginia. Doctor Commercial Science, Washington and Lee University, 1941.

    Career

    • Cashier National Exchange Bank of Roanoke, Virginia, 1889-1806, president, 1906-1919, chairman board, 1919-1925. Chairman board and executive committee First National Exchange Bank, Roanoke, since 1925. Vice president Times World Corporation Received Algernon Sydney Sullivan award from College of William and Mary, 1937.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: Democrat

    Membership

    Member English-Speaking Union, American Academy Political and Social Science, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Member Methodist Episcopal Church, South (trustee). Clubs: Shenandoah, Roanoke Country (Roanoke).

    Connections

    • Married Grace T. Parker, September 5, 1893. Children: Junius Parker, Mary Evelyn (Mistress.
    • father: James Addison Fishburn
    • mother: Mary Louise (Boon) Fishburn
    • spouse: Grace T. Parker
    • children: Junius Parker Fishburn
    • Mary Evelyn (Mrs Fishburn
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    Born September 27, 1865
    Died April 1, 1955
    (aged 89)
    Nationality

    Award