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Memorial Marker in Hamilton Cemetery, Monroe County, Ohio. He is actually buried in an unmarked grave in Mound City National Cemetery near Cairo, Illinois. The year of death on this marker is wrong. He died in 1862 in a military hospital in Paducah, Ky.
The back of the photo says: "My dad's Brother, Uncle Tom, Mother Denbow Hargis. Another line, in different handwriting, says: "Granpa Denbow."
The idenification of this photo as James Tanner Denbow is tentative. It is based on the age of the photo, the fact that it was in my father's possession and identified as from his paternal side, and the close resemblance of the man in this photo with a much later photo of JTD in front of his house.