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And here is another, Johnny Green mentions Pvt. Daniel Jenkins, Company B, 9th Kentucky Infantry CS, stating on page 36 of his book, "a few minutes afterwards Daniel Jenkins and Sylvester Smith offered up the same sacrifice for our country."

 

 

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If you notice, this image is the same one I use for my profile picture.  I bought this image of Jenkins 10 years ago.  The "partially" unknown woman is simply named "Elizabeth", not sure who she is.  And the hair is attached to period red cloth, not sure if it was part of a flag or what.

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According to The History of the Orphan Brigade by Edward Porter Thompson,  William Pope of Louisville "was severely wounded in battle at Shiloh; suffered amputation of the arm, and died shortly afterward." (page 822)

 

https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt?id=uc1.b4519380;view=1up;seq=952

 

 

 

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