From the Richmond Enquirer, 5/14/1863
DEPARTURE OF THE REMAINS OF JACKSON. – The remains of Gen. Jackson were at an early hour on yesterday morning removed from the Capitol to the Governor's mansion and thence, at six o'clock were taken in cortege to the Central Depot. The attendants consisted of the Public Guard, with Volandt's Band, followed by the family of the lamented General, and the Governor and military aids. At seven o'clock the train containing the body, accompanied by the family, moved away.