General "Stonewall" Jackson General "Stonewall" Jackson
Stonewall Jackson died as a result of friendly fire.
T.J. "Stonewall" Jackson - mortally wounded by friendly fire at Chancellorsville.
Union - General Joseph Hooker Confederate - General Robert E. Lee, in his last team-partnership with Stonewall Jackson, mortally wounded here.
General Thomas Jackson
Confederate General Robert E. Lee.
General Robert Edward Lee.
Commanding Generals at Chancellorsville were: Robert E. Lee-Confederate. Joseph Hooker- Union.
General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
Yes, he was. He was also shot by his own men after the Confederate victory at Chancellorsville.
Stonewall Jackson was accidentally killed by friendly fire from his sentries as he was returning from making a personal reconnaissance in the dim light and fog at Chancellorsville.
General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson
General Robert E. Lee ~Max
Union MAJOR gENERAL jOSEPH hOOKER AND cONFEDERATE gENERAL rOBERT e. lEE
General Robert E. Lee commanded the Army of Northern Virginia.
Stonewall Jackson died as a result of accidental friendly fire in the immediate aftermath of Chancellorsville.
The soldier of a Confederate outpost, which didn't recognize him and his staff while coming back in the friendly line after a reconnaissance on the Union Army's right wing at the battle of Chancellorsville.
At Chancellorsville the Army of Northern Virginia(Confederate) commanded by General Robert E. Lee engaged and defeated the Army of the Potomac(Union) commanded by General Joseph Hooker.
When Stonewall Jackson was wounded at Chancellorsville, General Lee replaced him with JEB Stuart.Stuart helped to rout the Union army under General Hooker.
The Confederates' General, General "Stonewall" Jackson. The Confederate soldiers thought that he was a Union soldier and they shot at him. He died of the injuries.