General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson dies of his wounds and pneumonia at Guinea Station, Virginia

General "Stonewall" Jackson had been hit with three bullets from North Carolina sentries in a "friendly fire" incident following the Battle of Chancellorsville eight days before. He was taken to a building on a plantation near Guinea Station, Virginia where his left arm was amputated. He died there due to complications involving pneumonia and was buried in Lexington, Virginia.  (By John Osborne)   
Source Citation
"Gen. Stonewall Jackson," Harper's Weekly Magazine, May 30, 1863, p. 349. 
Date Certainty
Exact
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Personal
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