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The Daily Dispatch: April 27, 1864., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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ey informed him that he could have his choice of three things, viz: a rope, taking the oath of allegiance, or being shot. He intimated that they had no right to administer the oath to him, when one fired and shot him in the leg. The other soldier remarked, "If that is the best you can do, I think I can beat it, " and raising his gun shot Worrill through the body, when he fell and expired in about an hour. No arrests were made. The following certificate of loyalty was found upon the person of the murdered man: "We do hereby certify that we have known Mr. Franklin Worrill over twelve months; he has resided at Clifton Mills, Breckinridge county Ky; he has been a loyal man all the time, and for the Union and the Constitution; and at the August election he voted the Bramlette and Jacobs ticket, and for George W. German for Congress, this 18th day of September, 1863, Samuel J. Parks, justice of the peace of Breckinridge county. "J. L. Johnson, J. P. B. C. "S. C. Crewford."