Blake, George R., 1918-
- Existence: 1918-
George R. Blake (1918-) was a farmer from Utah Valley.
George R. Blake was born on March 14, 1918 in Vineyard, Utah. He was born to Samuel H. and Annie B. Blake. He grew up in Utah, where his father was a farmer. He served a mission to Germany in the 1930s. Upon returning, he was educated in college and then worked as a farmer. He currently lives in Provo, Utah.
Citation:UPB Files, MSS 7982. (born March 14, 1918; served mission to Germany in 1930s; currently lives in Utah.)
Ancestry.com, Accessed April 9, 2013. (born 1918 in Vineyard, Utah; born to Samuel H. and Annie B. Blake; father was a farmer; educated in college.)
FamilySearch.org, Accessed April 9, 2013. (born 1918; born to Samuel H. and Annie B. Blake, grew up in Utah; worked as a farmer.)
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Contains materials relating to Blake's life during the war and his mission. Includes a tyepwritten history of Blake's correspondence with a German prisoner of war, a letter in German, a history of prisoners of war in Orem during World War II, images of some of these prisoners, and a history of the end of Blake's mission to Germany. Dated 1943-2009.
Materials include written history of George R. Blake's time as a missionary in Germany and later as a German translator for the FBI. Dated November 12, 2012.