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Real Daughters
of the
United Daughters of the Confederacy
Llano Chapter #2500
Adam R. Johnson Chapter #2498

Source:  Llano News, 3 May 1990, page A-4

Virgie Wolfe, Lampasas
Lillie May Stewart, Llano
Lenora Low, Kingsland


"Real Daughters" Honored

A number of members of the Llano 2500 Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy paid tribute to three "Real Daughters" whose fathers actually served in the Confederate Army during the 1861-65 battle.

The luncheon was held at the Guaranty Federal building and was hosted by Mrs. E. W. Higgins of Llano.

All three of the womens' fathers served in the Confederate Army.

To be a members, said Mrs. Higgins, a person must prove in blood line from a male ancestor of the Confederate era.

She said there are very few "Real Daughters" remaining in the United states and that the Llano chapter was grateful to be able to pay respects to three of the women, all of whom live in the Llano area.
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