Battle Person Detail

Jackson, Alfred E.

In 1861 Jackson enlisted with the rank of major as a quartermaster. He received the appointment of brigadier general in February 1863 and served in the Department of East Tennessee. However, it was his service at Telford's Depot in September 1863, which earned him the nickname "Mudwall." In November 1864, he was declared unfit for field service and finished the war in a staff position.
Brigadier General
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