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Lt. James T. Woodward Camp 1399
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Warner Robins, Georgia
P.O. Box 1823, Warner Robins, GA 31099 -

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Local Confederate Memorial Services for 2015

  • Friday, April 24, 2015, 6:00pm at Stevens Street Cemetery [Bason Cemetery] [ Map ] - just south of Elberta Rd. in Warner Robins
  • Friday, April 24, 2015, 7:00pm at Cliett Cemetery, [ Map ] 247 Connector across from Peachtree Baptist Church, Byron
  • Saturday, April 25, 2015, 8am at Confederate Statue, [ Map ] downtown Macon (Cotton Ave. at 2nd Street)
  • Saturday, April 25, 2015, 10:00am at Rose Hill Cemetery, [ Map ] 1091 Riverside Drive, Macon
    *** Due to expected RAIN - Service moved to First Baptist Church on Poplar Street in Macon

  • Saturday, April 25, 2015, 12noon at Woodward Cemetery, [ Map] Hartley Bridge Road, Bibb County
  • Saturday, April 25, 2015, 2pm at Byron City Cemetery, [ Map 101 Murdock Lane, Byron ]
  • Saturday, April 25, 2015, 4:30pm at Ft. Valley's Oaklawn Cemetery , southside of Ft. Valley on GA Hwy 49
    *** RAIN Expected -- if RAINING near 4pm, Service will be a First Baptist Church @ College & Miller Streets Fort Valley

Memorial Day services honoring Confederate Veterans
Confederate Memorial Day in Georgia is April 26

Below are photographs of various services around central Georgia. Click thumbnails below to see larger photos.

Stevens Street Cemetery

Cotton Avenue

Rose Hill Cemetery

Woodward Cemetery

Byron City Cemetery

Oak Lawn Cemetery - Ft. Valley

Stevens Street assembly - Click for larger image

Assembly at Cotton Ave. Memorial 04/26/03-click for larger version

Rose Hill Confederate section-click for larger version

Woodward Cemetery rifle salute - click for larger image

Steve Smith narrates memorial service- click for larger image

Troops enter Ft. Valley ceremony

Pastor John Weaver speaks, 10th GA listens - click for larger image

10th GA & 16th GA fires rifle salute Statue and wreath at Cotton Avenue

Rose Hill Confederate Section 4/27/02
602 Confederate graves at Rose Hill

10th GA posts the Colors at Woodward's grave site

Rifle Salute at Byron City Cemetery 04/26/03

Ricky Smith reads roll of Confederate Dead at Oak Lawn - click for larger version

Chris Pritchett and Pastor John Weaver - click for larger image

Troops march up Cotton Avenue

Colors posted at Rose Hill 4/26/03

Wreath laid at Woodward's grave ca.1985

13WMAZ-TV interviews Commander Chris Pritchett

more coming soon...

Assembly hears Charles Lunsford speak 4/26/03


Rose Hill Cemetery Historic marker

The history of Confederate Memorial Day in Macon, GA.  Some 602 are buried at Rose Hill, another 175 are buried in nearby Riverside Cemetery.(Photo Steve Scroggins)

Grave of James J Theus at Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, Taylor Co. GA

Grave of James J Theus, Co. C 59th GA Inf, at Bethel Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery in Taylor County, GA, near Butler.  Theus is one of ten CSA soldiers known to be buried at Bethel.  The UDC and the Taylor County Historical-Genealogical Society held its Memorial Day service there April 28, 2002.(Photo: Steve Scroggins)


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