The Missouri Division was formed in Fayette, Missouri, January 12, 1898, at the Courthouse
in the Circuit Court room. Representatives either in person or by proxy were present from the four Chapters of the State. In addition to the delegates, almost the full membership of the local Chapter and a number of Confederate Veterans and Sons of Veterans were present. Mrs. R.E. Wilson was the first President.
Today there are twelve Chapters in the State of Missouri and four Chapters of the Children of the Confederacy.
Our objectives are Historical, Benevolent, Educational, Memorial and Patriotic.
UDC is a historical, patriotic, and educational lineage society dedicated to researching and
preserving our rich Southern heritage. Understanding how the past impacts the present, ultimately
opens new avenues to the future.
United Daughters of the Confederacy®
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The Missouri Division was established in 1898.
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Membership is open to women at least 16 years of age who are blood descendants, lineal or
collateral, of men and women who served honorably in the military or civil service of the Confederate States of America, or gave material aid to the cause.
Please review our website. We encourage you to also visit our national web site to learn the entire scope of UDC activities. There's much more to learn about UDC. Please contact us for more information about meetings and our organization. You will meet wonderful women and make new friends, all who share a common bond of love for their country and pride in their heritage.
The name "United Daughters of the Confederacy" is a registered trademark of the General Organization and may not be used outside the Organization without the express written consent of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
The official UDC insignia is a registered trademark of the General Organization and may not be used without the express written consent of the President General.
Jan 10, 2013