The Major Fontaine R. Earle Camp

                                                                 Sons of the Confederate Veterans Camp 1453


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Reply Setkanaoknosop
4:34 PM on May 20, 2018 
Reply Daniel Jefferson
12:43 AM on May 4, 2018 
I was a member in the early 90's in Fayetteville. I married and we moved away.My wife and I attended the SCV annual convention in 1990 or perhaps 1991. I am happy to have found your site.
Reply MelissaHig
5:59 AM on March 26, 2018 
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7:43 AM on March 23, 2018 
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12:38 AM on March 23, 2018 
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Reply Wayne Fuller, CAMP COMMANDER
5:42 PM on January 28, 2018 
Raymond Anders, this is an CEASE and DESIST notification. You are no longer a member of the Earle camp, and the camp paid for this website.
Reply Raymond Anders
2:36 PM on December 28, 2017 
We are losing our website
Reply John A. Wade
9:35 AM on March 26, 2011 
The Camp website is great. I would like to thank this camp for providing me with some information on my ancestor John Richard Youree. I can't thank ya'll enough.
John A. Wade
Camp #33 Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Reply Roger Mills
11:35 AM on August 18, 2010 
Great website. Your Camp is sure involved in a lot of activities. I enjoyed my visit with your Camp several years ago and want to visit again.
Reply Ron Kelley
8:25 PM on April 23, 2010 
Great site, guys! Very impressive! This is a great way to archive all your news and meetings.
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