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Unsung Heroes of the Southern Rebellion: Angels of the Confederacy

A JOURNAL OF NATIONALIST THOUGHT & HISTORY

Unsung Heroes of the Southern Rebellion: Angels of the Confederacy

By Bob Hurst

During the War for Southern Independence, that great conflagration that was waged from 1861 to 1865, there were in the Confederate Army a total of approximately 1,050,000 service members. Of these 1-million-plus individuals, there were roughly 3,000 who were commissioned officers. Of these officers, there was exactly one who was female. Her name was Sally Louisa Tompkins. Here is her remarkable story—and also the story of Ella King Newsom, another angel of the Confederacy.


Sally Louisa Tompkins was born approximately Nov. 9-11, 1833 at Poplar Grove in Mathews County, Virginia to a family of wealth. Her father, Col. Christopher Tompkins, was a veteran of the American Revolutionary War who accumulated a large fortune. He died when Sally was only five years old and left great wealth to Sally and her mother. [read the entire article as PDF…]


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