|Born||31 January 1881|
|Died||21 May 1967(aged 86)|
|Alma mater||Harvard University|
|Service/branch||United States Army|
|Battles/wars||World War I|
|Awards||Distinguished Service Medal (U.S. Army)|
Preston Davie' (31 January 1881 – 21 May 1967) was an American lawyer and colonel during World War I. Davie won a Distinguished Service Medal for his efforts. Upon completing military service, he graduated from Harvard Law School.
A descendant of William Richardson Davie, he amassed a large collection of historical documents over the course of his life, pertaining to the early settling of the United States. These include The Preston Davie Collection of Early Americana housed at University of North Carolina.
- Staff report (February 12, 1930). Mrs. Davie To Ask Divorce; Wife of Clubman Now is at Reno to File Suit, He Says. New York Times
- Staff report (May 6, 1930). Eugenie Ladenburg To Wed On May 31; Her Marriage to Preston Davie to Take Place at Home of Joseph S. Stevens, Jericho, L.I. Plans Are Incomplete. Fiancee, a Member of Colony Club, Is Only Child of the Late Adolf Ladenburg, Banker. New York Times
- Blackstone-Shelburne (May 22, 1967). Preston Davie, Lawyer, 86, Dead; Colonel on General Staff in World War I Held D.S.M. Graduate of Harvard Law. New York Times
- Preston Davie Papers via University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Preston Davie Papers, 1750–1967. 633 items. Mss1D2856d. Microfilm reel C15. via Virginia Historical Society
- Mausoleum of William Richardson Davie
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