Appomattox Chapter 11, Virginia Division, United Daughters of the Confederacy®

Memorial Service 2004
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On April 4, 2004, The Appomattox Chapter United Daughters of the Confederacy held their annual Confederate Memorial Day Commemoration service at the Appomattox Confederate Cemetery. Our guest speaker was Capt. Howard Gregory, of the Virginia State Police, Appomattox, Virginia, the soloist was Mrs. Anne Minor Baker, of Richmond, VA. The Appomattox County High School brass quartet provided the music. Mr. Cullen Williams made a very special presentation to the South Carolina Soldier. Since this SC soldier could not go home, he brought home to him as he presented his grave with water and soil from his home state. The guests and members presented each grave with a flag and a rose. The ceremony was concluded with the volley and color guard presented by the Appomattox Rangers Court House SCV Camp #1733.

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Mrs. Dolores C. Smith, Virginia Division President

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Mrs. Ann Minor Baker, soloist

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Captain Howard Gregory, Virginia State Police

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Appomattox County High School Brass Quartet

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Mr. Cullen Williams presenting soil and water to SC grave

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Mr. Cullen Williams, formal salute with saber to unknown SC soldier

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Grave of unknown SC soldier

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Appomattox Rangers Court House, SCV Camp 1733

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Musketry salute by the Appomattox Rangers Court House, SCV Camp 1733

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UDC members, Joan Butler, Carolyn Austin, and Frances Evans

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United Daughters of the Confederacy members that participated in Memorial Service