Stonewall Jackson House Marker, Q-11-a

Future Confederate Lt. Gen. Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson and his second wife, Mary Anna Morrison, owned a house on Washington Street from 1859 to 1861, while he taught at the Virginia Military Institute. It is the only house he ever owned. A typical Valley I-house built for Cornelius Dorman in 1801, its facade was altered and a stone addition erected before Jackson bought it. In 1907 the Stonewall Jackson Memorial Hospital opened in the house, and it became a museum in 1954. In the 1970s the Historic Lexington Foundation restored the house to its appearance during Jackson's occupancy. Since 1995 it has been owned by the Stonewall Jackson Foundation.

Marker Information:
Year On Marker: 2000
Region: Shenandoah Valley Region
Geographic Location: Rockbridge County
Physical Description of Location: E Midland Trail (US 60), Lexington, VA 24450. Marker is on right when traveling west on US 60, about 1 mile west of exchange with I-81.
GPS Location: 37.762482,-79.425532
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