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Anna Morrison Jackson's Home

Mary Anna Morrison Jackson, widow of General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson, made her home in Charlotte off and on until her death in 1915. Mrs. Jackson began living in Charlotte after the death of her husband in 1863. Her first home was located at  507 West Trade Street.  In 1907, she moved closer to town and purchased a home at 306 West Trade Street.   Her house was near the Southern Railway Station. Confederate veterans disembarked from the train and stop by her home to pay their respects. (House is no longer extant.) 


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