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'The last of the Jacksons to live at the home on 7th and Quincy Streets in Parkersburg, West Virginia. The Jacksons are distant kin of Stonewall Jackson.'
Pictured from left to right in the back row is Henry Harrison, Mr. Ketchum, unidentified, Jack Mann, B. Thompson, Mr. Minichian, and Bill Miller.In the third row, from left to right, is Mr. Vass, unidentified, Mr. Garten, Earnest Allen, S. O. Gum, and Jon Taylor.In the second row, from left to right, is Emmitt Mann, Lee Barnett, E. C. Eagle, unidentified, Harry Humphries, Walter Jackson, and Bernard Gerch.In the first row, from left to right, is Bert Hout, Guy Belcher, Fred Maddy, unidentified, Lynn Miller, and unidentified.
Pictured from left to right in the front is Nina Harrison, Edna Wyard, Maude Mann, Mrs. Bert Hout, Adie Gooch, Hazel Barnett, and Mrs. Allen Hill.In the back row, from left to right, is Mrs. Whanger, Elizabeth Miller, and Maud Jackson.
A photograph of two medals.
'Cyrus Jackson was the son of John E. Jackson of Weston, W. Va.  John E. Jackson was the son of Edward Jackson of Weston, a half uncle of Stonewall Jackson.'  For further genealogical information, refer to the original.
'Edward John Jackson, son of David E. & Juliet Jackson, born July 31, 1810, died Dec. 8, 1896--the famous 'Ned'.'
'Uncle Mose Jackson-sketch from life by Bruce Haymond, son of Luther and brother of Col. Henry, Born East Virginia about 1798-died 1879.  Slave of John G. Jackson is said to have taken care of General Stonewall Jackson and his sister at times when the mother visited the some of J. G. Jackson's people.'
The grave, third from the left is that of Elinor Junkin Jackson, General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson's first wife. Elinor died in childbirth. The couples stillborn son is buried with her.