(Elm Springs, TN) 14 August 2017 — The Sons of Confederate Veterans opposes the KKK and other racist organizations. The SCV condemns in the strongest possible way the actions, words, and beliefs of any racist group. These groups are filled with hatred and bigotry, and racism is counter to the American principles of freedom for all citizens. Neither white supremacists nor any other racist group represent true Southern Heritage or the Confederate Soldier, Sailor, or Marine. In like-manner, the SCV condemns the actions of the “Antifa” counter-protestors whose role was to meet violence with violence and to answer hate with hate. Particularly, the SCV condemns the Alt-Left’s attempts to attack Confederate monuments and other war memorials in an attempt to tarnish the true history of our great nation and to further their modern socialist political agenda. Continue reading “Sons of Confederate Veterans support for our nation and the rule of law”
The United States of America – our country is the greatest country on earth and we, as citizens of the U.S.A., should be proud of our great country and our heritage. Yet, there are certain citizens who denigrate our country and its heritage, who will utilize “Historical Negationism” in their efforts to remove any vestiges of our countries heritage that they don’t agree with, such as Confederate memorials, flags, etc.
What is Duty, Honor and Historical Negationism? Continue reading “Duty, Honor and Historical Negationism”
On behalf of the officers and members of the Lt Col Elihu Hutton Camp 569, Sons of Confederate Veterans, we offer our most sincere condolences to the family and friends of James Ray “Jimmy” Walters who died on July 29, 2019 and was a member of our camp. James Ray “Jimmy” Walters was the brother of Jerry Willard Walters who died August 16, 2017 and was also a member of our camp.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time.
Update: August 4, 2019
obituary from The Inter-Mountain
James R. Walters
Aug 3, 2019
James R. Walters, 74, of Beverly, formerly of Churchton, Maryland, passed away on Monday, July 29, 2019.
His funeral will be on Aug. 10, at Lee Funeral Home, 8200 Jennifer Lane, Owings, MD 20736. Obituary can be found on their web site at leefuneralhomes.com.
Update: August 5, 2019 Continue reading “Death of James Ray Walters”
The Lt Col Elihu Hutton Camp 569 SCV will have a meeting on Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 1:00pm at the Steer Steakhouse, 359 Beverly Pike, Elkins, WV 26241. All SCV Compatriots are invited to attend.
This is to remind all Compatriot members of the Lt. Col. Elihu Hutton Camp 569 their dues should be paid by July 1, 2019 for their coming fiscal year 2019/2020 dues.
Please make your dues payment for $35 payable to the Elihu Hutton Camp 569 SCV and mail your dues payment to reach the Camp Commander by July 1, 2019:
836 Clifton Run
Kerens, WV 26276
Phone: (304) 636-8609
Please contact the Camp Commander if you have any questions.
Remember those who died while in military service of our great country.
Memorial Day was inspired by the South!
Did you know that the United States holiday of Memorial Day was inspired by the South? It’s true! Continue reading “Memorial Day 2019”
The annual meeting of the West Virginia Division, Sons of Confederate Veterans will be held at 12:00 noon, Sunday, April 28, 2019 at the Waffle Hut, 2118 Sutton Lane, Flatwoods, WV 26601, phone 304-765-2775.
The Compatriots of the Lt Col Elihu Hutton Camp 569 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans welcomes our newest member – Elihu F Phares. His ancestor is Capt. Andrew Jackson Chewning, Company B, 19th Regiment, Virginia Cavalry.
Recently, the Lt Col Elihu Hutton Camp 569 SCV started cleaning the headstones of Union soldiers, as part of our respect of all American soldiers, whether they are Confederate, Union or soldiers of other American conflicts.
One of our first cleanings was the headstones of Jesse F. Phares, who served as a scout for the Union army, and the headstone of his wife, Lucinda Phares. We used D2 Biological Solution to clean their headstones, which is the same cleaning solution we used to clean Confederate headstones. Continue reading “Cleaning Union Headstones”
On behalf of the officers and members of the Lt Col Elihu Hutton Camp 569, Sons of Confederate Veterans, we offer our most sincere condolences to the family and friends of Roy E. Wood who died on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018 and was a member of our camp.
Recently, the Lt Col Elihu Hutton Camp 569 SCV started cleaning the headstones of Confederate soldiers.
One of our first cleanings was the headstones of Lt. Col. Elihu Hutton, commander of Company C, 20th Virginia Cavalry, CSA, and the headstone of his wife, Sophronia E. Hutton. Continue reading “Cleaning Confederate Headstones”