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Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery, Lexington

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The Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery is located on South Main Street in downtown Lexington, Virginia, less than a mile from the campus of the Virginia Military Institute. Formerly known as the Presbyterian Cemetery, it was renamed for legendary Confederate general Stonewall Jackson, who was interred here after his death on May 10, 1863.
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  • If your visiting Lexington because of its historical beauty, you should not miss a reflective walk through this local treasure. The wealth of references that you'll find throughout, particularly the o...  more »
  • Rich in history and the site of Stonewall Jackson's grave. A must visit for history buffs, students of the Civil War and those interested in Stonewall Jackson.  more »
  • A pleasant walk through a beautifully landscaped space. Step back in time and let history unfold around you as you stroll the walkways of the cemetery.  more »
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  • Was a nice, serene cemetery. I expected at least a few others around, but we were the only ones in the cemetery so we were able to explore at our own pace. Went as the sun was setting and got some excellent pictures, as well as read about some of the other laid to rest here
  • I'm appalled. I visited on 7/14, 10/14 amd 4/16. First visit there were Confederate Battle Flags and a Firat National Flag, second visit a First National Flag. Visit on Saturday nothing but lemons saying "Black Lives Matter." Put up the Flags and remove the lemons Lexington. I will never buy anything until you do. We went to Fairfield for lunch where there is a huge Battle Flag on I-81. Your loss, Fairfield's gain!
  • Well maintained and a rather nice cemetery overall
  • Stonewall Jackson is a one that was in Richmond but died he was buried in his own memorial. Called Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetary.