Daughters of Union Veterans 

of the Civil War

1861-1865

Major Belle Reynolds 

 DUVCW  Tent No. 4 (Detached)

Jackson, Tennessee

Welcome to the DUVCW Tennessee Tent #4 of  Daughters of Union Veterans 

of the Civil War 1861-1865.

Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War was first organized May 30, 1885 and was incorporated December 12, 1885. The objectives of the DUVCW is to perpetuate the memories, deeds and loyalty of those ancestors who sacrificed so much in the struggle to preserve the Union and establish freedom for everyone; to cherish, maintain and extend the institutions of American freedom; to foster true patriotism and love of country and to aid in securing for mankind all the blessings of liberty. And to keep alive the history of those who participated in that heroic struggle for the maintenance of our free government.

For membership in  Daughters of Union Veterans of the Civil War it is limited to all daughters, granddaughters, great granddaughters, etc., direct descendants of honorably discharged soldiers and sailors who served in the Union Army, Navy or Marine Corps and Revenue Cutter Service during the Rebellion of 1861-1865, and those who died or were killed while serving in the armed services of the Union between April 12, 1861 and April 9, 1865. Minimum age for membership shall be eight (8) years and shall be through lineal descent only. All eligible are encouraged to join and are welcomed.

The 2004 National Convention, Julia Dent Grant Award was awarded to "Major Belle Reynolds, Tennessee Tent #4" for detached Tent with most new members excluding transfers and reinstatements. 

For information about becoming a member or attending a meeting, contact:

History of the formation of Tennessee Tent #4

2014 Officers for Tennessee Tent #4        

Members and their Patriot Ancestors of Tent #4

       Real Daughters of Union Civil War Veterans of Tent #4  

        Naomi Jaggars Moore   (Tent #4 lost Sister Naomi, are last Treasured Real Daughter, Sept.25, 2009)
      Daughter Of :  James Willis Jaggars: Corporal, 1st Alabama Cavalry Company "I"

      Eula J. Pearson Laymance    ( Tent #4 lost Sister Eula, one of our Treasured Real Daughters, June 30, 2009)
      Daughter Of:  Charles Melvin Pearson; 1st New Hampshire Company "M" Heavy Artillery
     

History of Major Bell Reynolds Civil War Nurse

Projects and Activities of Tent #4   (Check Out Our Newly added Civil War Ancestor Tombstone Photo Project!!!!

The Civil War Legacy         

Go to the National DUVCW Home Page 

Tennessee Union Veterans   on the Tennessee Genweb

Order forms for Military Service Records from NARA                                     

Please sign our Guestbook and leave a message. We would like to hear from you! 

 

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This page was last modified January 16, 2014

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P.O. Box 153

Ethridge, TN 38456

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