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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 6. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Stonewall Jackson — the story of his being an Astrologer refuted — an eye-witness describes how he was wounded. (search)
eet out of the stirrups, and this was done by Mr. Wynn. Captain Wilbourn, who, with Mr. Wynn, of d, and this man appeared and disappeared before Wynn left, and it was he who first discovered the ma me I caught him in my arms, and held him until Wynn could get his feet out of the stirrups. As soo furnished it, except that I was accompanied by Wynn, instead of Captain Hotchkiss--though Captain Hall my attention to it, and I will explain. If Wynn should remember anything not given, in connecti seen, to be Captain Wilbourn and his companion Wynn. General Revere says that the cavalcade that rrom the position on the road where Wilbourn and Wynn were with Jackson, which was at the same spot a while he was being carried off by Wilbourn and Wynn, he was not more than fifty yards from the trooted from the Test, and when he saw Wilbourn and Wynn attending to a wounded man, he may have stoppede attached to it by both Captain Wilbourn and Mr. Wynn resulted very naturally from the excited stat[9 more...]