|Object Name||Doll Parts|
|Description||The headless and torso-less wooden doll consists of her eight limbs: pairs of upper arms, lower arms, upper legs, and lower legs. Each piece has grooves and indentations where each fits together.|
|Owned||William Edmund Clopton; Cordelia Belle Clopton (tentative)|
|Made||William Edmund Clopton|
Capt. William Edmund Clopton made these doll limbs while hiding in the woods from Union soldiers when home on furlough during the war.
Capt. Clopton had four children before and during the war (eldest b. 1851, youngest b. 1863), so he may have made these for his young daughter(s). His youngest daughter, Cordelia Belle Clopton, b. 1860, is the donor.
Clopton, William Edmund
Clopton, Cordelia Belle (tentative)