Warren County’s Namesake

Major General Joseph Warren, M.D.

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Many residents of Warren County, home of Western Kentucky University in Bowling Green, Kentucky, know little—if anything—about the man for whom the county is named. Indeed, twelve states named a county after Major General Joseph Warren, M.D., hero of the American Revolution and martyr of the Battle of Bunker Hill.

This is his story.

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About The Author

Jerry W. Martin, M.D.  Jerry W. Martin, M.D., was born in Providence, Kentucky, on November 28, 1935, to Charles R. Martin, Jr. and Rosena Playl Martin. He graduated from Providence High School in 1954 and continued his education at Vanderbilt University in 1954-55 (Sigma Nu), B.S. from Western Kentucky State College, 1958, and M.D. at University of Louisville College of Medicine in 1963 (Alpha Kappa Kappa). He married Jimmie D. Hobgood on December 18, 1955. They have two daughters, Melissa Martin Johnson, R.N., Mary Elizabeth Martin, B.S., D.V Learn More about Jerry W. Martin, M.D.
Book Details
Author: Jerry W. Martin, M.D.
Pages: 80 pages
Product Dimensions: 8.5" X 11"
ISBN: 978-1-956027-56-3
Cover Type: Hardcover
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