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THOMAS J. "STONEWALL" JACKSON
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Jackson Wounding Map
Jackson Wounding Map
(Letters A - D mark Photograph locations.)






Where Jackson was Shot   Where Jackson was Shot
Historian Robert K. Krick determined that the actual location where Jackson was shot is near the point marked by the arrow, just east of the Chancellorsville Visitors Center.   -   B
  This photograph, taken from the point that Jackson was shot, illustrates how close it is to the eastern side of the Chancellorsville Visitors Center.   -   A



STONEWALL JACKSON'S ARM


The Ellwood House
The Ellwood house, near Chancellorsville
Ellwood was involved in both the Chancellorsville and Wilderness battles. After Jackson's arm was amputated at a Chancellorsville field hospital, his chaplain, Beverley Tucker Lacy (brother to the owner), chose the family cemetery at Ellwood for the final resting place of Jackson's arm.
 



Walkway to Garden     Marker For Jackson's Arm
 
Stonewall Jackson's Arm
From the Ellwood House, a narrow walkway through the garden leads to the enclosed area where Jackson's arm is buried. The marker reads "Arm of Stonewall Jackson May 3, 1863".



IS STONEWALL JACKSON'S ARM STILL BURIED AT ELLWOOD?
 




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