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Sharon B. Major Perry C. Casto Jr. Jim Woodrick. A week later Old Jack was dead. Contrary to popular belief, eyewitnesses often disagreed regarding key facts relating to the events surrounding Jackson's reconnaissance, wounding, harrowing journey out of harm's way, medical care, and death. These accounts, for example, conflict regarding where Jackson was fatally wounded and even the road he was on when struck. If he wasn't wounded where history has recorded, then who delivered the fatal volley?
How many times did he fall from the stretcher? What medical treatment did he receive? What type of amputation did Dr. They sat on cracker boxes abandoned by the retreating Yankees, light from a modest fire flickering in the damp air. How could they get at the enemy? Lee had ridden toward the Union left during the afternoon and found no opening. Rough ground, numerous Federals, and an absence of roads rendered that Union flank safe.
Confederate engineering officers reconnoitered the enemy's center and reported it also too strong to assail. If enough infantry could move undetected across Hooker's front and hit the exposed flank, Lee might forge a decisive victory. Key information about possible routes for the flank march came from Charles Beverly Wellford, a veteran of Lee's army now overseeing Catharine Furnace a Wellford enterprise named for the family's matriarch , Jackson's gifted cartographer Jedediah Hotchkiss, and Beverly Tucker Lacy, a clergyman with Jackson whose brother lived in the area.