Are You PROUD of Your Southern Heritage?
Do you have an ancestor who served honorably for the Confederate States of America?
Join a group of ladies who are proud of their Southern Heritage and wish to unite
in the Nation's oldest patriotic organization, the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
Click "how to join" for info.
CELEBRATING 7 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!
Military Flag Presentation Ceremony
201 N. Franklin Street, Poe Plaza
Tampa, Florida 33602
"Women of the War
and Toys in the 1860's"
Presented by Annette Lindsey,
3rd Vice President
Florida Division, UDC
Saturday, August 20, 11 AM
Temple Terrace Country Club
200 Inverness Avenue,
Temple Terrace, FL - (813) 985-2812
CEREMONY OF BESTOWAL
MILITARY SERVICE AWARDS
Saturday, November 20th
Cross of Military Service
Elmer Lee Barnes - WWII and Vietnam Conflict
Harry L. Bowers - WWII
Clarence Parker—WWI— Posthumous
Milton Singleton, WWI— Posthumous
D. Arnold Singleton, WWII - Posthumous
R. V. Simmons - Posthumous WWII
Jesse Barnes - WWII
National Defense Medal
Charles Soule - Vietnam Conflict
Meritorious Service Award
George Cutchens - WWII
Certificate of Appreciation
David L. Bowers
If you or someone you know served honorably and has a Confederate ancestor that also served honorably in the US Armed Forces, please contact to start the paperwork for the next UDC Medal Bestowal Ceremony!
President Jefferson Davis 200th Birthday Ball
June 14, 2008 - Tampa Palms Golf & Country Club
(Click on photo for slideshow)
St. Patrick's Day Parade - March 2008
Dade City Pioneer Museum Christmas Stroll - December 2008
Last updated: August 8, 2011
Proudly Celebrating "Old Folks at Home" as our Florida State Song!
Visit our Children of the Confederacy Chapter's Website
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Visit Our Brother Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans
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