Frank Stringfellow Camp #822
A Southern Alternative in Northern Virginia

Preservation --
Efforts and Accomplishments:

Dedication of Marker for First Confederate Officer Fatality
On May 31, 2009, the efforts of associate member and author Ed Trexler resulted in the dedication of a Virginia Department of Historic Resources Marker identifying the location of the death of the first Confederate officer, Captain John Quincy Marr....  Click to read more and view pictures

SCV Contingent Marches in National Memorial Day Parade
Frank Stringfellow Camp has marched with R.E. Lee Camp in every National Memorial Day Parade since the parade was revived in 2005. During the 2009 parade...
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Remembering the Wounding of the First Confederate Soldier
On
May 24, 2009, Frank Stringfellow Camp held a special  commemoration of the 148th anniversary of the wounding of the first Confederate soldier, Pvt. Peyton Anderson.
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George Washington Birthday Parade
On February  16, 2009, Frank Stringfellow Camp members marched with the Sons of Confederate Veterans contingent in Alexandria's George Washington Birthday Parade.  Attendees this year..
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Commemorating the birth of General Robert E. Lee
On February 7, 2009, held at the U.S. Capitol.
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On April 7, 2007, belatedly in Statuary Hall in U.S. Capitol
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Dedication of Memorial Plaque to
General William Mackall, CSA.

On January 17, 2009, we participated with the Laura Ratcliffe Chapter, #2639, of the United Daughters of the Confederacy for the dedication of a memorial plaque to Gen. William Mackall, CSA.  This was at Lewinsville Presbyterian Church Cemetery, 1724 Chain Bridge Rd., McLean, VA (entrance on Great Falls St.)....  Click to read more and view plaque

First Confederate Battle Flag Historical Marker
On April 12, 2008, Frank Stringfellow Camp # 822 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans joined with the City of Fairfax to dedicate a highway marker commemorating approval of the first Confederate Battle Flag.... Click to read more

145th anniversary of the first 12-star Battle Flag
On September 30, 2006, the Frank Stringfellow Camp commemorated the 145th anniversary of the approval of the first 12-star Battle Flag of the Army of the Potomac....  Click to read more

Fairfax Blvd preserved as Lee Highway
The roadway from Kamp Washington to Fairfax Circle in the City of Fairfax VA, designated jointly as US Routes 29 and 50, has always been known and marked as "Lee Highway." On May 25 2005, the Fairfax City Council voted unanimously to re-designate that stretch of US Routes 29/50 as "Fairfax Boulevard"....  Efforts of the Frank Stringfellow Camp resulted in a "compromise"....  Click to read more

Grave of Henry Wirz CSA.
On April 12, 2008, Frank Stringfellow Camp # 822 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans joined with the City of Fairfax to dedicate a highway marker commemorating approval of the first Confederate Battle Flag.... Click to read more

Remembering a productive member and past Commander
Tragically, our camps second commander and the original designer of this web site, Robert  'Bob' Brown, departed this life on March 25, 2010.  Click to view a tribute to him

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