Perry family papers, 1724-1978

Descriptive Summary

Title
Perry family papers, 1724-1978
Creator
Perry family.
Extent
3 reels.
Subjects
Bullock, Cabell Breckinridge, 1840-1932.
Bullock family.
Cecil family.
Clay family.
Cowgill family.
Cozine family.
Cunningham family.
Dulin family.
Herr family.
Hunt family.
Perry family.
Polk family.
Taylor family.
Waller family.
Whitthorne family.
Camp Morton (Ind.)
Boyle County (Ky.)
Kentucky--History.
United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Personal narratives, Confederate.
Genealogies
Arrangement
Arrangement is by family name.
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Archives Staff ; machine-readable finding aid created by:Eric Weig
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Scope and Content
This collection is comprised of genealogies of various Kentucky families. The family names represented here include Bullock, Cecil, Clay, Cowgill, Cozine, Cunningham, Dulin, Herr, Hunt, Perry, Polk, Taylor, Waller and Whitthorne. Among the Bullock papers is a Civil War journal kept by CSA soldier Cabell Breckinridge Bullock (1840-1932) while he was held prisoner of war at Camp Morton, Indiana. The Cecil family materials consist primarily of legal documents concerning land in Boyle County, Kentucky. In addition to the extensive genealogical data on each family, this collection contains photographs, tributes, recipes, correspondence, essays, clippings, obituaries and other miscellaneous material.

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