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Rebellion Record: a Diary of American Events: Poetry and Incidents., Volume 4. (ed. Frank Moore), chapter 398 (search)
A Rebel soldier named Joseph Infield died on the steamer Fanny Bullitt at Fort Donelson from a wound received in the battle. He requested that his mother should be informed of his fate, but was too low to give particulars. Her name is now Harriet Harris, and she is supposed to reside in Southern Kentucky. His dying words were: Tell my mother I have made my peace with God and die happy; that I have but one regret, that of raising an arm against my country. His last moments were soothed by womanly tenderness and sympathy. Louisville Journal, March 14.