At a private house in Richmond, Confederate cavalry commander General J.E.B. Stuart dies of his wounds

While rallying his troops during the afternoon engagement the previous day at Yellow Tavern, Virginia, famed Confederate cavalry general J.E.B. Stuart had been hit with a single .44 caliber pistol shot in the right side of his stomach. He was taken from the field by ambulance and treated at his brother-in-laws' house in Richmond. After considerable suffering, he died quietly at 7:38 pm and was buried the next day at the Hollywood Cemetery in the city.  He was thirty-one years old. (By John Osborne)  
Source Citation
Derek Smith, The Gallant Dead: Union and Confederate Generals Killed in the Civil War (Mechanicsburg, PA: Stackpole Books, 2005), 242-244.
Date Certainty
Exact
Type
Battles/Soldiers
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