Milestones Feb. 26, 1996

DIED. LADY CAROLINE BLACKWOOD, 64, striking Anglo-Irish aristocrat known for her witty writing and her high-profile, high-culture marriages to painter Lucian Freud, composer Israel Citkowitz and poet--drinking buddy Robert Lowell; of cancer; in Manhattan. DIED. MCLEAN STEVENSON, 66, actor; of a heart attack; in Tarzana, California. Stevenson starred in the first three seasons of the '70s television hit M*A*S*H as Lieut. Colonel Henry Blake, a fumbling fisherman-out-of-water who ruled over the blood and irony of an Army hospital during the Korean War.

DIED. CHARLIE CONERLY, 74, star quarterback for the New York Giants during their '50s heyday; following heart attacks; in...

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