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 2018 - 2019

Bucky Sutton

1st Lt. Commander
Joe Burkeen

2nd Lt. Commander
Jim Larkin

William Ward

Assistant Adjutant
Chris Simms

Camp Historian 
Jim Floyd

 Color Sergeant / Quartermaster
Jack Morton

Assistant Color Sergeant / Quartermaster
Jack Morton

Josh Fite

 Appointed Positions:

  Newsletter Editor
To Be Announced

Joe Burkeen

 Camp Graves Registration Officer
Ray Baker

Communications Officer
Jerry Brown

Regarding Confederate Monuments

Confederate Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines that
fought in the Civil War were made U.S. Veterans by an Act of Congress in 1957, U.S. Public Law 85-425.  Sec 410, Approved 5/23/1958.  

This made all Confederate Veterans Equal to U.S. Veterans.  Additionally, under U.S. Public Law 810, Approved by the 17th Congress on 2/26/1929, the War Department was directed to erect headstones and recognize Confederate grave sites as U.S. war grave sites.  

The Last Confederate Veteran died in 1958.  So, in essence, when you remove a Confederate Statue, Monument or Headstone, you are in fact removing a Statue, Monument or Headstone of a U.S. VETERAN!

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.

February 23-25, 2018
The Battle of Aiken - Civil War Reenactment
Come join us and see history come alive with cannons, cavalry horses and living history experts.  For three days, re-enactors eat, sleep, live and fight in a painfully recreated version of the world in 1865. This War Between the States event has grown from a few hundred men with muskets to a full-blown Civil War festival. In addition to battle reenactments, there are authentic 19th-century military encampments, living history presentations, reproductions of medical facilities, an engineer and signal service, and civilian portrayals. Food vendors will be available.

Cost: Adults: $12; Ages 6 to 12: $6;
Under age 5: Free

1210 Powell Pond Rd.
Aiken, SC  29801

Our Next Monthly Camp Meeting will be:

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018

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

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

Guest Speaker - March 2018
Joseph Matheson, Jr.
Topic:  Sgt. Richard Kirkland

Guest Speaker - April 2018
Captain Gerald Goins - 6th Regt. SC Volunteers
Topic:  Civil War Reenacting

Guest Speaker - May 2018
SC Division Commander Leland Summers
Topic:  SCV 101

Guest Speaker - June 2018
Pat Mcneely
Topic:  John Wilkes Booth