Marcus Carlisle Redwine, LL.B.
Sandy Hook, Kentucky
Y.M.C.A. Cabinet, '15; "Y" Gospel Team, '15; Quartet, '16; State I.P.A.; Medical, '16; Secretary Mountain Club; Patterson Literary Society; Henry Clay Law Society.
Redwine is a staunch prohibitionist who hails from the mountains. His achievements point to the fact that he is made of "sterner stuff" than some of his classmates. Moreover he is an orator of ability.
-The Kentuckian, 1919
Marcus Carlisle Redwine, Sr. (December 10, 1894 - March 22, 1962) was born in Elliott County, Kentucky to Albert Terrill Redwine and Mary Estella Waters. Redwine first attended Eastern Kentucky State College before attending the University of Kentucky. He moved to Winchester, Kentucky after serving in World War I and receiving his LL.B.. Redwine practiced law in Winchester for over 40 years. He served terms as president of the Kentucky Bar Association and as president of the University of Kentucky Alumni Association. Redwine married Mary Powers in 1919. Their son, Marcus Carlisle Redwine, Jr., graduated from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 1947. Redwine, Jr. practiced with his father for many years.