Greetings and welcome to our web site. The members of our organization are a brotherhood of descendants from soldiers who honorably fought for the South during the War for Southern Independence, also known by some as The American "Civil War." The purpose of our organization is to promote, preserve and defend the Confederate soldier and the Cause for which he fought. We accomplish our goals in numerous ways to include cultural and historical educational programs, institutional funding, the preservation of historical artifacts, the maintenance of Confederate monuments and cemeteries, plus involvement with historical battlefield reenactments and living histories.
Chances are, if you and/or your family are from the South, you may have a Confederate soldier as an ancestor. We cordially invite you to find one of our meeting places, listed on this website, to allow us to help you make the connection. Most meetings start with a meal, have an informative historical presentation, and end with a short discussion on service projects, fund raising, and planning. Please consider this as an invitation, from me, as my personal guest.
For the South,
J. Daniel Bolick, Commander
NC Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans
|Memorial Day Events|
|Written by Greg Parrott|
|Wednesday, 04 May 2016 09:47|
14th May 2016
Graham, North Carolina
9:00 AM The Col. Charles F. Fisher Camp 813 of Burlington/Graham will observe our commemoration of Confederate Memorial Day at 9:00 am on May 14th, 2016 at the old courthouse and Confederate monument in downtown Graham. We will process to the new Courthouse and War Memorial for a wreath laying ceremony and the firing of musket volleys. Members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans will stand as an Honor Guard and interact with the general public until 2:30 pm. All are welcome to join us this day of tribute to our Veterans.
Mitch Flinchum, Past Commander
Col. Charles F. Fisher Camp 813
Salisbury, North Carolina
11:00 AM The Rowan Rifles Camp 405 will host our annual Confederate Memorial Day Service on Saturday, May 14th 11:00 am at the Old Lutheran Cemetery located on North Lee Street in Salisbury. The featured speaker will be ANV & NC Division Chaplain Rev. Dr. Herman White. Musical performance with be provided by local musician Braden Harwood. All are Welcome to attend this service dedicated to our Confederate Veterans.
Steve Poteat, Commander
The Rowan Rifles Camp 405
Charlotte, North Carolina
1:00 PM The Stonewall Jackson Camp 23 & Mary Anna Morrison Jackson OCR Chapter 57 along with the Major Charles Q. Petty Camp 872 & the Petty Gray Bells OCR Chapter 03 invite you join us for our Confederate Memorial Day Service on Sunday, May 14th, 1:00 pm with a gravestone dedication for Pvt. Andrew H. Brown of Company C, 1st NC Infantry, the Charlotte Grays, with numerous family members in attendance at the historic Steele Creek Presbyterian Church, 7407 Steele Creek Road, Charlotte, NC 28217.
Brian S. Allmon, Commander
Stonewall Jackson Camp 23
[email protected] or 980-275-0638
Durham, North Carolina
12:00 PM The Pvt. Lorenzo Leigh Bennett Camp 773 invites you to join them for their annual Confederate Memorial Service at historic Maplewood Cemetery in Durham, North Carolina on Saturday, May 14th 2016. We look forward to Mrs. Brenda Barringer, President of the Eliza Bennitt OCR Chapter 49 and North Carolina Division Commander R. Kevin Stone as special guest that will serve as our keynote speakers.
Pvt. Lorenzo Leigh Bennett Camp 773
[email protected] or 919-599-8604
High Point, North Carolina
3:00 PM The Lt. F.C. Frazier Camp 668 & Laura Wesson Chapter 5 of High Point invite you to join us for our annual Confederate Memorial Day observance in Oakwood Cemetery located at 312 Montlieu Avenue in High Point. Our Keynote Speaker will be Ronnie Smith Roach, Executive Councilman of the Army of Northern Virginia, Sons of Confederate Veterans. Don't miss an inspirational message from the heart entitled "Why We Observe Confederate Memorial Day". The Honor Guard will fire muskets and the Memorial Cannon Crew will make some noise in memory of our Veterans.
Ronald Lee Perdue, Commander
Lt. F.C. Frazier Camp 668
15th May 2016
Albemarle, North Carolina
2:00 PM The James Younger Camp 2065 invites you to join them for their Celebration of the Secession of North Carolina from the Union on 20th May 1861 at 2:00 pm on May 15th at Liberty Garden & Memorial Park. There will be Guest Speakers and music for the whole family honoring our Heritage and History.
Larry Shelton, Adjutant
James Younger Camp 2065
Goldsboro, North Carolina
2:00 PM The Goldsboro Rifles Camp 760 and the Dr. B.T. Person Camp 1517 of Fremont-Pikeville invites you to join them for their annual Confederate Memorial Service at Willow Dale Cemetery on East Elm Street in Goldsboro, North Carolina at 2:00 pm on May 15th, 2016. Our keynote speaker will be local historian Kirk Keller.
Glenwood Fields, Adjutant
The Goldsboro Rifles Camp 760
21st May 2016
Aberdeen, North Carolina
10:00 AM The Moore County Scotch Rifleman Camp 2001 & the John Blue UDC Chapter invites you on May 21st 2016 at 10 am to their Confederate Memorial Day service at Old Bethesda Presbyterian Church, Bethesda Road in Aberdeen.
Christopher M. Laton
Moore County Scotch Rifleman Camp 2001
Chapel Hill, North Carolina
10:00 AM The Brig. General W.W. Kirkland Camp 1692 wishes to invite everyone to their annual Confederate Memorial Day Service on Saturday, May 21 at 10:00 am at the Statue of the Confederate Soldier on McCorkle Place, UNC-CH campus just off Franklin Street in Chapel Hill. Parking available in the Morehead Planetarium lot (if no special event that day) or in the various parking decks off Rosemary Street.
Jake Sullivan, Division Heritage Officer
Brig-Gen. William W. Kirkland Camp 1692
Whiteville, North Carolina
11:00 AM The Columbus County Volunteers Camp 794 extends an invitation to everyone to attend our annual Confederate Memorial Day Service on Saturday, May 21 at 11 o'clock with the Confederate soldier march down the road, which will be completely lined with flags, to the Confederate obelisk monument. A presentation of the flags will be made by the Columbus County Color Guard. The name of each of the interred soldiers buried in the Whiteville Memorial Cemetery will be read followed with a bell chime. The Camp Commander will have a short speech followed by "Dixie". There will be lunch and refreshments provided after the service.
Mike Hollingsworth, Commander
The Columbus County Volunteers Camp 794
28th May 2016
Greenville, North Carolina
10:00 AM - The Major General Bryan Grimes Camp 1488 and George B. Singletary UDC Chapter invites you to their Confederate Memorial Day Service on May 28th at 10:00 am on the banks of the Tar River. There will be a ceremony and flag laying at Cherry Hill Cemetery, South Pitt & West Second Street, Greenville, NC 27834.
Jackie Haddock, Commander
Major General Bryan Grimes Camp 1488
29th May 2016
Danbury, North Carolina
3:00 PM - The Brown Mountain Boys SCV Camp 1540 is holding their annual Confederate Memorial Service at the Old County Courthouse located at 107 Meadow Road, Danbury 27016 with the support of the 28th North Carolina serving as an Confederate Honor Guard posting the colors and firing musket volleys in memory of our Confederate veterans.
Greg Cheek, Lieutenant
28th North Carolina Regiment
[email protected] or 336-428-2026
Wentworth, North Carolina
4:30 PM - The Pvt. Lorenzo Dow Williams SCV Camp 1496, Garnett-Pettigrew Chapter 67 MOSB and the UDC Reidsville Chapter will host our 29th Annual Confederate Memorial Day Observance on Sunday, May 29, 2016 at 4:30 pm at the Rockingham County Veterans Park in Wentworth. The park is located on Hwy 704 and NC Hwy 65 across from the Rockingham Community College main entrance and one tenth of a mile from the NC National Guard Armory on the same road. The Confederate Service will follow the regular Memorial Day service hosted by the Veterans Park at 2:00 pm.
Our keynote speaker will be North Carolina Division Lt. Commander Ronald Lee Perdue so join us for this day dedicated to our Veterans. The Confederate Honor Guard will fire musket volleys and the Confederate Memorial Cannon Crew will make some noise in the memory of our heroes of Rockingham County.
Rodney P. Williams, Past Commander
Pvt. Lorenzo Dow Williams Camp 1496
|Last Updated on Friday, 13 May 2016 17:35|