James Dunwoody Bulloch became a Confederate secret agent and their "most dangerous man" in Europe, according to Union State Department officials.
James D. Bulloch was born in Jun. 25, 1823 on his family's plantation near Savannah, Georgia , to Major James Stephens Bulloch (son of Captain James Bulloch and Ann Irvine)  and Hester Amarintha Elliot (daughter of Senator John Elliott and Esther Dunwoody). After Hester died, Major Bulloch enrolled his son in a private school in Hartford, Connecticut.
In 1851, James Dunwoody Bulloch married Elizabeth Euphemia Caskie Bulloch (1831 - 1854). After her early death, he married Harriott Cross Bulloch (____ - 1897) Foster, a widow, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, in 1857. They had five children together.
He remained in England after the war, as he was excluded from the amnesty. 
James died in Liverpool at the home of his daughter and son-in-law at 76 Canning Street, Canning, Liverpool, England in 1901 at the age of 77. His headstone in Liverpool's Toxteth Park Cemetery bears the inscription: An American by birth, an Englishman by choice.
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