Stonewall Jackson Lexington Council Votes to Remove Stonewall Jackson Name from Cemetery By David Seidel • Jul 3, 2020 Woody Hibbard /flickr, creative commons: https://www.flickr.com/photos/pamwood707/5873080386 Lexington will rename the city-owned Stonewall Jackson Memorial Cemetery. City council voted unanimously late Thursday night after hearing from dozens of citizens. Roanoke School Board Removes Confederate General's Name From Middle School By David Seidel • Jul 16, 2018 David Seidel/Radio IQ Roanoke’s school board Monday morning voted to remove the name of Stonewall Jackson Middle School. The board chose to rename the school for John P. Fishwick, a Roanoke business leader and railroad president. New Research Sheds Light On Slaves Owned By Stonewall Jackson By Jessie Knadler • May 15, 2018 Stonewall Jackson House Numerous books have been written about the Confederate General Stonewall Jackson. But almost nothing was known about the slaves he and his family owned. New research at Jackson’s home in Lexington that now sheds light on the lives of these six individuals.