Eleanor Junkin (1825-1854)

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Eleanor Junkin (1825-1854) - first wife of Confederate General Thomas Thomas (Stonewall) Jackson (1824-1863)
Eleanor Junkin
Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
D4 Eleanor Junkin, born March 6, 1825. First wife of Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, married August 4, 1853. Elinor (Ellie) died in childbirth on October 22, 1854. Their child, a son, was stillborn. All three are buried in Stonewall Jackson Cemetery, Lexington, Virginia. Click here to read a letter written on November 14, 1854, by Stonewall Jackson to his sister Laura informing her of Eleanor's recent death.

Obituary of Eleanor Junkin  (1825-1854)

The Junkins had been surprised that their "beloved Ellie" had chosen such a grave, somber mate, but after Ellie's death, he continued to make his home with Dr. George Junkin for three years until his remarriage to Mary Anna Morrison in 1856.

Original color sketches by Eleanor Rebecca Junkin, held in Special Collections, James Graham Leyburn Library, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Virginia.

One child:

The Joseph Junkin Family Tree is a collection of information gathered by Eric & Liz Davis, Mary Eleanor Bell, Alice Erma Bell, Margaret A. Killian, Laura Gayle Junkin, Winston Ray Norris, Joyce Ann Junkin, Barbara Ann Millner, and many others. The html version was initiated by Eric and Elizabeth Fisher-Davis in 1998 .
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