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This Day in Georgia History

November 06, 1932

Stonewall Jackson Born

Country music singer Stonewall Jackson was born in Tabor City, North Carolina. He grew up in poverty on a sharecropping farm near Moultrie, Georgia. After an enlistment in the Navy, he returned to Georgia. Finally in 1956, he packed up his guitar and drove to Nashville, where he became a recording star and member of the Grand Ole Opry. Among his most famous recordings were “Waterloo” and “Don’t Be Angry.”