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Carter Lenty Robinson

Obituary of Thomas H. Robinson, Spring City, Tennessee.

Thomas H. Robinson died at his home, near Spring City, Tenn., on December 4, 1914, after a long period of suffering.

During the year 1861 he joined the Confederate army under Capt. Barton Lenty, Company A, 1st Tennessee Cavalry, commanded by Col. James E. Carter. In the four years of his service he never intentionally missed a roll call or shirked a single duty, it mattered not how arduous, dangerous, or difficult. He was always in the thickest of the fight, always did his share or more than his share of the fighting, and it was not his fault in a single instance that our cause failed to triumph. He had lept his parole as a cherished possession.

He was a good Christian gentleman, a good citizen, and good husband, a good neighbor, and a splendid specimen of brave, courageous manhood, and his comrades who served with him during those perilous times will sadly miss him.

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, January, 1915.

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