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The name of Wilson Dixon, of Sullivan County, Tennessee, is carved on a large stone near Central Prison in Raleigh. Dixon was a member of an engineer company attached to General Sherman's headquarters unit during the encampment of 60,000 Union soldiers in the Dix Hill area of Raleigh.

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The name of Wilson Dixon, of Sullivan County, Tennessee, is carved on a large stone near Central Prison in Raleigh. Dixon was a member of an engineer company attached to General Sherman's headquarters unit during the encampment of 60,000 Union soldiers in the Dix Hill area of Raleigh.