ORGANIZED 1897 CONFEDERACY@ DEO VINDICI
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WHAT IS THE UNITED DAUGHTERS OF
The United Daughters of the Confederacy is made up of more than 20,000 women nationwide who are blood descendents, lineal or collateral, of the men and women who served honorably in the Army, Navy or Civil Service of the Confederate States of America or who gave material aid to the cause. Our objectives are Historical, Educational, Benevolent, Memorial and Patriotic, and our work is concentrated in these areas.
THE MISSISSIPPI DIVISION UDC
Organized in Meridian, Mississippi, on April 27, 1897, the Mississippi Division United Daughters of the Confederacy has more than 600 members in 28 chapters located throughout the state. Mississippi Daughters work diligently to carry out the objectives of our Organization.
DAYS OF OBSERVANCE
According to the Standing Rules of UDC General all bodies of the UDC are to observe annually, when possible, the following special days:
- January 14 Birthday of Commander Matthew Fontaine Maury
- January 19 Birthday of General Robert E. Lee
- January 21 Birthday of General Thomas Jonathan "Stonewall" Jackson
- April 25 Confederate Memorial Day
- June 3 Birthday of Confederate President Jefferson Davis
- Sept 16 Birthday of Admiral Franklin Buchanan
- Sept 27 Birthday of Admiral Raphael Semmes
Published monthly (with the sole exception of a combined June/July issue) by the General Organization of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the UDC MAGAZINE includes messages from the General Officers and news about Division and Chapter activities around the country. For subscription rates and submission information for articles or ads, please click HERE.
Believed to be the oldest continually published Division Newsletter in the General Organization, Mississippi's OUR HERITAGE is published four times each year (February, May, August, and November) and is provided to each member of the Mississippi Division UDC as a benefit of her membership dues.
The deadline for submission of material for publication in the August issue of
OUR HERITAGE is 7/20/2018.
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This page was last updated on: 7/3/2018
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McGavock Confederate Cemetery
Marker Dedication Service
Saturday, August 11, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.
Click on Brigadier General Granbury to the right
to view and print the dedication service flyer.
UDC Reception Honoring
MS Division President
A reception hosted by Attala County Chapter 2592 will be held in honor of
MS Division President, Patricia C. Parrish. For more information on this event, click on the button below!
The May 2018 issue of the
MS Division newsletter
is available to read online!
Wylodean Burrell Edwards
February 26, 1942 - June 22, 2018
Great-great-granddaughter of Confederate William Thomas Holden
Private, Company C, 40th Infantry, Mississippi
Brig. General Hiram B. Granbury born in Copiah County MS and one of six generals who died at the Battle of Franklin in 1864.