- General Organization United Daughters of the Confederacy
- NPS Soldiers and Sailors Database
- Online Civil War Indexes, Records & Rosters
- Civil War Roster
- Civil War Search
- Family Search Confederate Service Records
- The Library of Virginia Guide to Confederate Militry Records
- General Headquarters Sons of Confederate Veterans
- Confederate Soldiers Buried in Illinois
- Illinois in the Civil War
- Illinois Secretary of State Database
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…