our confederate ancestors
- James E. Adams, Capt. Ward’s Bat., AL Lt. Artillery
- Richard A. Courtney, Co. A, 4th Reg’t, LA Cavalry
- Wesley Hamilton Frey, Co. E, 50th TN Infantry
- John Humphrey, Co. C, 39th Reg’t, NC Infantry
- Frederick Kuster, Co. D, Morgan’s TX Cavalry Reg.
- W. Sweeney, Co. B, 1st VA Cavalry
- Granville Sharpe Patterson Triplett, Co. G, 4th Reg’t, VA Calvary
- Monroe L. Turner, Co. E, 53rd Reg’t, VA Infantry
- Green P. Watkins, Co. B, 21st Reg’t, AR Infantry
did you know?
The insignia of the United Daughters of the Confederacy is the First National Flag (Stars and Bars) of the Confederacy surrounded by a laurel wreath bearing the letters "UDC" under the flag; the whole is tied with a ribbon on which are inscribed the dates "1861-1865."
Emblem & Motto
The emblem of the UDC is a cotton boll superimposed on a five-pointed star . At the tips of the points are the words of the motto: LOVE, LIVE, PRAY, THINK, DARE.
Why I Am a Daughter
read these words, written by Mary Nowlin Moon (Mrs. John), a member of
the Kirkwood Otey Chapter, Lynchburg, VA, and first read at a chapter
meeting on June 2, 1915. More…