Camp meetings are held on the third Monday of each month at the Pig BBQ in Callahan at 7:00 PM. Please call 904-879-4514 for more information.
General Joseph Finegan SCV Camp # 745

Camp #745 Events

Information and Recruiting Booth at Local Events

Participation in area parades with other SCV Camps

Fernandina Beach | Veteran's Day Parade

Callahan | Railroad Days Parade

Yulee | Christmas Parade

Callahan | Christmas Parade

Cemetery Restoration | Allbritton Cemetery

April 26 | Confederate Memorial Day
Remembering our Confederate Veterans

Camp # 745 Honors Confederate Veteran with
a Grave Marker Dedication.

Pvt. Malachi Thompson 1832-1915
Grave Marker Dedication Ceremony
24 January 2004
Old Still Cemetery
Kings Rd in Hilliard, Florida

With an attendance of 107 compatriots and descendants, Pvt.Malachi Thompson of the 47th Georgia Infantry, "Chatham Volunteers," Army of Tennessee was given full military honors and the dedication of a new tombstone.

Assisted by the Camden Mounted Rifle of Woodbine, Ga., The Capt.Winston Stephens Camp of Macclenny, Fl., The W.W. Loring Camp of St. Augustine,Fl., The UDC and The Order of Robert E. Lee of Woodbine, the officers of the Lt. Johnston camp offered forth a ceremonial dedication.

Resplendent in Confederate uniforms and ladies in period dress leading the mourners, the officers conducted both a solemn and joyous service over a "mock coffin" draped with theConfederate Battle flag. The ambience was enhanced by poetry, Southern songs, a bagpiper and an honor guard.

Posthumously, CSA Purple Heart certificates were awarded to two descendents of Pvt. Thompson, commemorating the wounds that he received at the Battle of Chickamauga in 1863.

The service was concluded by the firing of 3 volleys, "Taps' by the bugler and the bagpiperplayed "Amazing Grace" as he faded into the nearby woods.

Commander Jim Lear officiated.




I salute the Confederate flag, with affection, reverence, and undying devotion to the Cause for which it stands.


Confederate Heritage License Plate Info

  Sons of Confederate Veterans ● Florida Division ● Nassau County