Rev. Creighton Lovelace was the guest speaker at the May meeting of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, 16th Regiment, SC Volunteers, Camp 36. Rev. Lovelace charged the “sons” to dedicate themselves to carrying out the charge given to them by Confederate Veteran Gen. Stephen Dill Lee to ensure that  “true history of the South is past on to future generations.”
Rev. Creighton Lovelace was the guest speaker at the May meeting of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, 16th Regiment, SC Volunteers, Camp 36. Rev. Lovelace charged the “sons” to dedicate themselves to carrying out the charge given to them by Confederate Veteran Gen. Stephen Dill Lee to ensure that “true history of the South is past on to future generations.”
Write comment (0 Comments)
Clyde W. Rector, at left, and Jackson Lee Tucker were sworn in as new members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans by 16th Regiment Commander Frank Tucker, Camp Chaplain Pastor  Mark Evans and Larry Waddell.
Clyde W. Rector, at left, and Jackson Lee Tucker were sworn in as new members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans by 16th Regiment Commander Frank Tucker, Camp Chaplain Pastor Mark Evans and Larry Waddell.
Write comment (0 Comments)
Mr. David Bell, speaker for the event, holds the Bible given to him by his grandmother.
Mr. David Bell, speaker for the event, holds the Bible given to him by his grandmother.

The 2018 Confederate Memorial Service was held at Springwood Cemetery on Sunday, May 6, 2018. The event was sponsored by the 16th Regiment, SC Volunteers, Camp 36 SCV and the Museum and Library of Confederate History. Mr. Frank Tucker, Commander of Camp 36, presided over the ceremony. Music was provided by the Kendall and Neely families.

Following the Call to Church, played on the trumpet by Mr. Hunter Kendall, the 16th SC Color Guard of Honor posted  the Colors. Pledges were led by Mr. Nelson Bishop. Greetings were given from representatives of the UDC, OCR, SC Division SCV, Military Order of the Stars and Bars, and the CofC. A memorial was given for Commander Rollis Smith, who passed away this year during his term in office. Chaplain Mark Evans led in the ceremony, and the members of Caroline S. Coleman 537 CofC presented a bouquet of red roses to his widow, Mrs. Marlene Smith.

Write comment (0 Comments)
Dr. Drake with Jacob Van der Ver Chapter – front row – Dr. Tim Drake, Dr. Julia Barnes, Mrs. Cynthia Campbell, Mrs. Pam Durham, Mrs. Jeanette Taylor; 2nd row – Cheryl Anne Tuttle, Barbara Wilson, Deborah Hogan; 3rd row: Abigail Moreno, Faye Blackston, LuAnne Foster; 4th row: Alecia Jellicorse, Amy Campbell, Barbara Warren.
Dr. Drake with Jacob Van der Ver Chapter – front row – Dr. Tim Drake, Dr. Julia Barnes, Mrs. Cynthia Campbell, Mrs. Pam Durham, Mrs. Jeanette Taylor; 2nd row – Cheryl Anne Tuttle, Barbara Wilson, Deborah Hogan; 3rd row: Abigail Moreno, Faye Blackston, LuAnne Foster; 4th row: Alecia Jellicorse, Amy Campbell, Barbara Warren.

A joint meeting of the Jacob Van der Ver Chapter, Colonial Dames 17th Century & Hudson Berry Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, was held on Sat., May 12, 2018, in Belton, SC. 

The historic home “Chicora” was the site of the meeting.  Owner Dr. Timothy Drake welcomed the ladies to his home.   

Dr. Barnes just completed the graduate level class “Nearby History” at Clemson University, with Chicora being the focus of her research.  She gave the women a detailed report of the history of the house, of the events that took place there during the War Between the States & Reconstruction, as well as architectural features of the structure.

Write comment (0 Comments)

SCDivision-1

On Saturday, March 25, 2017, the SC Division CofC had the privilege of conducting a Dedication Ceremony for the Southern Cross of Honor and grave marker of Private William M. Pendleton, who served in Company G, Capt. J. F. Specks Company, 57th North Carolina, State Troops, in the War Between the States. The ceremony was held in the cemetery of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church in Clover, SC. Chapter members from Jeanie Benson 884 and Caroline S. Coleman 537 CofC were participants in the event.

Write comment (0 Comments)

GreatCraneBreak 12-7-16

SIMPSONVILLE — Members of the South Carolina Societies of the SAR and DAR met Dec. 3 at Historic Hopkins Farm to commemorate the 241st anniversary of the Battle of the Great Cane Brake. The annual event is sponsored by the Col. Robert Anderson Chapter.

Chapter President Bill Kivett began with welcome remarks and an introduction about the battle. The SAR Color Guard posted the colors.

Pledges were led by Jacob Williamson, Monte Hart II and Monte A. Hart. Chapter Historian Glenn Farrow provided a detailed history about the battle, which was part of what would become known as the Snow Campaign. Several SAR and DAR chapters presented wreaths.

Write comment (0 Comments)

P1030963-002

American Legion Post 214 at Porter Chapel honoring Philip Porter Revolutionary War Patriot on Veterans Day. Philip is Charlie Porter’s 3rd Great Grandfather born in 1775. Left to right: Pete Bellinger, Charlie Porter, Peter Butchart, Post 214 Adjutant Carroll Kelley, Trumpteer Jamie Richards, JD Norris from the Andrews Pickens Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) in Greenville and Donny Carson from the Gen. Daniel Morgan SAR in Spartanburg.

Write comment (0 Comments)