John M. Prewitt papers, n.d.

Descriptive Summary

Title
John M. Prewitt papers, n.d.
Creator
Prewitt, John M, 1883-
Extent
1 reel.
Subjects
Prewitt, John M.
Buckner, Lucius.
Faulkner, Morton, 1878-
Pruitt family.
Montgomery County (Ky.)--History.
Mount Sterling (Ky.)
Genealogies
Arrangement
Organized as follows: Montgomery County history, Prewitt's autobiography, family sketches, biography and clippings on Dr. Morton Faulkner, and copy of the July 16, 1953 MOUNT STERLING ADVOCATE.
Finding Aid Author
Processed by: Archives Staff ; machine-readable finding aid created by:Eric Weig
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Scope and Content
See also the Lester D. Prewitt papers (1F74M-761). These materials reflect the genealogical and historical interests of John M. Prewitt. The collection consists of an autobiographical notebook, written sketches of Prewitt family members, a brief historical account of Montgomery County, Kentucky by Lucius Buckner, and a sketch of Montgomery County by John M. Prewitt. Clippings and an essay relate to Montgomery County physician Dr. Morton Faulkner (b. 1878). There is also a copy of the July 16, 1953 edition of the MOUNT STERLING ADVOCATE.

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