Sons of Confederate Veterans , Black Horse Camp #780

The Next Camp Events:

For more information or to join the camp contact our Commander or Adjutant at

BHC780@gmail.com

Black Horse Camp #780

Next: Camp Meeting is our Picnic

July 24th Location Steve's Home.

Direction sto follow

Meetings will resume in September.

7:00 PM

If you are interested in history or joining, come on out and see what it is all about.

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To learn More about us; E-mail us at BHC780@gmail.com

Commander’s Corner

Greetings Compatriots

Greetings Compatriots and Friends of History

We are a non-political fellowship of men sharing the desire to preserve the true history of the Southern cause by documentation, research and sharing family histories. We are about repairing and preserving the grave sites of known veterans.

The Black Horse Camp welcomes any descendant of a confederate veteran to join the fellowship, and share the history of their family. They also have memberships for Friends that support the preservation of history.

SCV and Community Service

In Fauquier

2021 We are getting back on the road. Post Covid

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Link To

National Head Quarters

SCV and Community Service

In Fauquier

2020

This has been a loss as COVID 19 locked everyone down, for a while and we could not assemble to work on graves or any other projects. We hope the fall will bring better times.

2019

we did much of the same as 2018; but lost the files in conversion.

2018

  • Install Southern Cross of Honor for Pvt. Thomas Anderson. - January

  • Assist Fauquier Family Cemetery Foundation to reclaim the Moore Cemetery - March

  • Install tombstone and Mark Pvt. Thomas Moor's grave site. - April

  • Submitted funds for SCV Sam Davis Camp to sponsor a child - May

  • Gave Hundley Awards to

  • 3 JROTC Cadets. - May

  • Participated in the Warrenton Spring Festival with Exhibit tent - May

  • Participated in the First Friday Events of Old Town Warrenton, June & Aug.

  • Participated in Brandy Station History Day with period artifacts and display.

  • Provided financial and Onsite Physical Support to the Serve Our Willing Warriors House in Prince William County - On Going

  • Participated in Display and Education at Germanna Foundation Conference - July

  • Assisted the UDC in cleaning tombstones in the Warrenton Cemetery - Oct.

  • Toured Arlington Cemetery and took time out to honor the fallen soldiers from all wars. Oct.

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