"StoneWall Jackson" real name is Thomas Jackson who was on the Confederacy/southern side of the Civil War. He earned his name from standing still in the middle of a battle field as if he were made of stone.
yes, yes he did
Brigadier-General Barnard Bee of the Confederates at the First Battle of Bull Run. He was mortally wounded shortly afterwards, so no-one was able to ask him whether he was praising Jackson for standing fast or criticizing him for not coming across to help. The issue is still debated.
Chancellorsville - the greatest triumph of the Lee-Jackson partnership. Stonewall was mortally wounded during this battle, in circumstances that are still being debated.
He was a tough and stone general, during the Civil War.
Standing Still - 2009 was released on: USA: January 2009
No, all of the rides were sold.
No. The one who died there was General Barnard Bee, who had shouted "There is Jackson standing like a stone wall!", thus coining his nickname. (Experts are divided over whether this observation was meant to be flattering or critical.) Stonewall died at Chancellorsville, regarded as the greatest victory of the Lee-Jackson partnership. A good way for a soldier to die, you might say - except that he was shot by his own men, whether accidentally or not is still debated.
Stonewall Jackson at the Battle of Chancellorsville (May 1863) - whether accidentally or not is still debated.
Stonewall. A Confederate Brigadier called Barnard Bee shouted "There is Jackson, standing like a stone wall!" As Bee was mortally wounded later in the battle, it is still not known whether he was praising Jackson for holding his position with difficulty, or berating him for not coming across to help Bee's own brigade. But the nickname stuck.
Still Standing - 2002 Still Seceding 2-23 was released on: USA: 24 May 2004