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Murray Wood

Obituary of William Wood, Glasgow, Kentucky.

William Wood, who died in Glasgow, Ky., on August 5, 1920, served throughout the War between the States with the 5th Texas Infantry, C. S. A. He was dangerously wounded at Gettysburg and also at Sharpsburg. He was in nearly every battle of the East and was with Longstreet at Chickamauga. No better soldier followed the standards of the South.

Comrade Wood was Adjutant of our Camp and always attended the reunions of our comrades. For a long time he was the VETERAN'S representative at Glasgow. For several years he was a crippled invalid, lovingly ministered to by his devoted wife and daughter. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Hos loss is mourned by many friends and comrades. May we all meet him on "Fame's eternal camping ground."

[J. A. Murray]

SOURCE: Confederate Veteran Magazine, November, 1920.

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