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Doneghy, Dudley

(born: 1894  -  died: 1962) 

The following information was submitted by Marjorie Duncan Doneghy Willis:

In 1998, Dudley Doneghy was inducted into the Centre College Athletic Hall of Fame. He served as the school's athletic trainer and equipment manager for more than 40 years, beginning in the 1920s.

Additional information:
Dudley Doneghy was born in Parksville, KY, the son of Mollie and Edward Doneghy [source: 1900 U.S. Federal Census; and Dudley Doneghy's World War I Draft Registration Card]. Edward was a carpenter. His son Dudley was a World War I veteran, and prior to enlisting in the Army, he was a porter at Curry's Drug Store in Danville, KY. During his tenure at Centre College, Dudley Doneghy was listed in the Blue Book of College Athletics as a colored trainer [1958, p. 95]. He was the husband of Mattie E. Doneghy [source: Polk's Danville (Boyle County, Kentucky) City Directory, 1945, p. 43].

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NKAA Entry: Doneghy, Edward "Ed"
NKAA Source: The Blue book of college athletics (serial)
NKAA Source: Polk's Danville (Boyle County, Kentucky) city directory (serial)

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“Doneghy, Dudley,” Notable Kentucky African Americans Database, accessed December 19, 2018, http://nkaa.uky.edu/nkaa/items/show/2916.

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