Definition of Jackson, Thomas Jonathan in English:

Jackson, Thomas Jonathan

Syllabification: Jack·son, Thomas Jonathan
Pronunciation: /ˈjaksən
 
/
( 1824–63), Confederate general; known as Stonewall Jackson. The commander of the Shenandoah campaign 1861–62, he was mortally wounded by one of his own sharpshooters at Chancellorsville in 1863.

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