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CHANCELLORSVILLE
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Chancellorsville Map
Chancellorsville Map (Described on Page 1)



Indiana 27th Infantry Monument (N)
Indiana 27th Infantry Monument.


Indiana 27th Infantry Monument 
      Text     THE 27th INDIANA INFANTRY.
3rd BRIGADE 1st DIV. 12th CORPS.
HELD THIS POSITION FROM 7 P.M.
MAY 2nd TO 9 A.M. MAY 3rd, 1863.
PRESENT FOR DUTY 300.
KILLED 36. WOUNDED 114.

MUSTERED IN AUG. 1861. MUSTERED OUT SEPT. 1864
TOTAL ENROLLMENT 1,101. KILLED 172
WOUNDED 505. DIED OF DISEASE &c. 120.
BROWN'S HISTORY 27th INDIANA INFANTRY


Indiana 27th Infantry Monument Text. (N)






  Jackson was not the only Confederate General to die in the battle of Chancellorsville. The next day, May 3, 1863, Brigadier General E. F. Paxton, ironically, leading the Stonewall brigade, was killed.  



Monument indicating 
where Paxton was shot (M)
Monument indicating where Paxton was Shot.


Paxton Monument Plaque (M)


The Plaque reads:

IN THIS VICINITY

BRIG. GEN. E. F. PAXTON, C.S.A.

  AGED 35 YEARS, OF ROCKBRIDGE COUNTY, VA.  

WAS KILLED ON THE MORNING OF MAY 3, 1863

WHILE LEADING HIS COMMAND, THE

STONEWALL BRIGADE

IN THE ATTACK ON FAIRVIEW.




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