• Thanks for visiting the website of the North Carolina Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans. Our organization, open to male descendants of Confederate veterans who honorably served their country during the War Between the States, is dedicated to honoring their memory and preserving their legacy for future generations. Please join us! Click on the "How To Join" page under the "Membership" tab and get started. Now more than ever, we need to ensure that the contributions of our ancestors and our shared heritage are protected.

    For the South,

    Kevin Stone, Commander
    NC Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans

Sunday 23 Jul 2017

About Membership


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Title: An Invitation to Join

Membership in the Sons of Confederate Veterans is open to all male descendants of any veteran who served honorably in the Confederate armed forces. Membership can be obtained through either lineal or collateral family lines and kinship to a veteran must be documented genealogically. The minimum age for full membership is twelve, but there is no minimum for Cadet membership.

 


Title: How to Join The SCV

Applicants should submit an application form, along with a detailed genealogy describing their relationship to the veteran, and proof of his service. This should include his name, unit, state of service, and information as to his honorable service [killed / wounded / captured / discharged].

To obtain proof of his service, contact the archives of the state from which the soldier fought and obtain a copy of the veteran's military service record. All Southern state's archives have microfilm records of the soldiers who fought from that state, and a copy of the information can be obtained for a nominal fee. In addition, the former Confederate states awarded pensions to veterans and their widows. All of these records contain a wealth of information that can be used to document military service.

Do not be frightened, the more you know about your ancestor - the more likely you are to find his records and supporting information. You will very likely find the search is easier than you think, and it will be a most rewarding and moving personal experience. We will even help with the research of your ancestry to a Confederate veteran. We have professional genealogists at the Division level and most camps offer genealogy research for prospective members.

The North Carolina Division is composed of over 100 individual chapters, called "Camps," which are located throughout the state. For information about the camp nearest you, please contact the following:

Andrew Johnson, 2nd Lt. Commander
Phone: 704-682-1213

Or, you contact the camp nearest you directly by locating it in our camp listings pages that are arraigned alphabetically by location.

Benefits of membership include participation in local, state and national events; a membership certificate; a subscription to the Confederate Veteran magazine, published bimonthly; and a subscription to the Carolina Confederate newsletter, published bimonthly.

You will also be eligible to have the Sons of Confederate Veterans specialized license plate for your private vehicle registered in North Carolina. Best of all, you'll be helping to preserve the honorable memory of the Confederate fighting man.

Application for membership is best accomplished through a local Sons of Confederate Veterans camp in your area. If you are not a resident of North Carolina, you can still join a camp in North Carolina. If you need help finding out who your Confederate ancestor was, please contact our genealogist.

 

Title: Why I Joined The SCV

 

 

Membership Application

Lineage Chart

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 July 2014 07:43
 
Forms and Documents


DOCUMENTS FOR FRIENDS

Friends Membership Application

Friends Program Overview


DOCUMENTS FOR ALL MEMBERS

Bagpiper Information

License Plate Application (NC DMV)

Life Membership Application (NC)

Membership Lineage Chart (NC)

Membership Application (HQ)


DOCUMENTS FOR CAMP COMMANDERS AND ADJUTANTS

2016 Division Handbook (updated 9/12/2016) (NC)

Adjutant Dues Collection Transmittal Report (NC)

Annual Camp Report (HQ)

Cadet Membership Application (HQ)

Camp Information Change (NC)

Member Change of Address Form (NC)

Deceased Member Report (NC)

National Convention Credentials (HQ)

Division Reunion/Executive Council Credentials (NC)

New Member Initiation (NC)

Monthly Camp Activities Report (NC)

Dues Prorating (updated 1/19/2017) (NC)


NEW MEMBER

Member Transfer Request (NC)

Delinquent Member Renewal Form (NC)


OTHER

Charles E. Purser, Jr. Research Award Application

Sam Davis Youth Camp Grant Application

Articles of Association (HQ)

Brigades Map (NC)

Distinguished Camp Award Application PDF (NC)

Division Annual Report (HQ)

IRS Exemption Request (HQ)


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Distinguished Camp Award

Congratulations to the Gen. Wilson Dorsey Pender Camp, #1916, Wilson, NC (Commander Kenneth Hill) for winning the 2017  Lt.Col. Tazewell Lee Hargrove Distinguished Camp Award. To learn how your camp can qualify for this prestigious award CLICK HERE.

Best Newsletter Award

Congratulations to The Robeson Guard / Robeson Rifle Guards Camp, #216, Lumberton, NC, (Commander Brian Wood), for winning the 2017 Col. Leonidas LaFayette Polk Newsletter Award. To learn how your camp can qualify for this prestigious award CLICK HERE.

Best Website Award

BEST CAMP WEBSITE AWARD - The 2017 Private Silas Matkins Best Camp Website Award goes to the LT. F. C. Frazier Camp, #668, High Point, NC (Commander Ron Perdue) CLICK HERE.

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