Brigadier General Micah Jenkins
Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #1569
Rock Hill SC
Chartered July 9th, 1991

Home Page

    
We the members of the Micah Jenkins Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp # 1569 would like to welcome you to our website. Here and thru out the wesite, you will be able to look at what is going on with our camp.  You will also be able to find information on how to join our Camp and make the true history of our southern ancestors and the valiant cause for which they fought is not forgotten.



Special Thanks to Jim Floyd for his work in creating this very informative document about Confederate Flags:


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Micah Jenkins Camp Officers for 2016

Commander
Bucky Sutton

 1st Lt. Commander
Chip Adams

 Adjutant
William Ward

Assistant Adjutant
Chris Simms

Camp Historian 
Jim Floyd

 Color Sergeant / Quartermaster
Jim Larkin

Assistant Color Sergeant / Quartermaster
Jack Morton

 Chaplain
Mike Short

 Appointed Positions:

  Newsletter Editor
To Be Announced

 Webmaster
Joe Burkeen

 Camp Graves Registration Officer
Ray Baker

Communications Officer
Jerry Brown









Upcoming Events

Here are Some of the Upcoming Events that our camp will be participating in. Feel free to come out and join us or stop by one of our monthly meetings.


Our Next Monthly Camp Meeting will be:
Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

Location: Mary's Cafe
Address: 1349 Firetower Rd. 
Rock Hill, SC 29730

Time: 5:45-6:30pm for dinner
6:45pm meeting

Upcoming Guest Speaker:
To Be Announced

Previous Guest Speaker:  
Bo Traywick
Author of "Virginia Iliad"


Bio:  A native of Lynchburg, Virginia, the author graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in 1967 with a degree in Civil Engineering and a Regular Commission in the US Army. His service included qualification as an Airborne Ranger, and command of an Engineer company in Vietnam, where he received the Bronze Star. After his return, he resigned his Commission and ended by making a career as a tugboat captain. During this time he was able to earn a Master of Liberal Arts from the University of Richmond, with an international focus on war and cultural revolution. He is a member of the Jamestowne Society, the Society of the Cincinnati in the State of Virginia, the Sons of Confederate Veterans, and the Society of Independent Southern Historians. He currently lives in Richmond, where he writes, studies history, literature and cultural revolution, and occasionally commutes to Norfolk to serve as a tugboat pilot.