"If I ever disown, repudiate, or apologize for the Cause for which Lee fought and Jackson died, let the Lightning's of Heaven rend me, and the scorn of all good men and true women be my portion. Sun, Moon, Stars, all fall on me when I cease to love The Confederacy. 'Tis the Cause, not the fate of the Cause, that is glorious!" Major R.E. Wilson, C.S.A
Camp meetings are on the first Thursday of every month at VFW Post, 655A East
Walnut St. Ripley, MS 38663 at 7:00 p.m., unless otherwise noted.
"To you, Sons of Confederate Veterans, we will commit the vindication of the cause for which we fought. To your strength will be given the defense of the Confederate soldier's good name, the guardianship of his history, the emulation of his virtues, the perpetuation of those principles which he loved and which you love also, and those ideals which made him glorious and which you also cherish."
Lt. General Stephen Dill Lee, Commander General, United Confederate Veterans, New Orleans, Louisiana, April 25, 1906.
We are undertaking getting our Confederate Monument refurbished. It is going to be a long and diligent task but it is something that needs to be done and it is up to us to see it through. The Thomas Spight Chapter U.D.C. dedicated the statue in September 1911. I found an article in an old Sentinel dated September 21, 1911 when the dedication was held. It was a wonderful occasion for them as it will be for us once we finish our task .
To read the article and learn a little history on our Confederate Monument
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Tippah Tigers Commander Marty Hubbard welcomed and presented membership credentials to three new Tippah Tigers at the camp meeting August 4. Pictured L-R Commander Hubbard, Robert Long, Richard Beck and Jonathan Crum.
Lt. Gen. Stephen Dill Lee's Caledonia Rifles Camp 2140 Sons Of Confederate Veterans
"The Stainless Banner" March 2015 Issue To Read Click Here
Al Arnold of Jackson, MS was the guest speaker at the Tippah Tigers SCV Camp meeting August 4. Al is the great great grandson of Turner Hall. Before the War for Southern Independence Turner Hall was a slave owned by Nathan Bedford Forrest and gained his freedom just before hostilities began. Hall became the Orderly for Gen. Robert E. Lee and remained with him until the surrender at Appomattox Courthouse. Hall returned to Okolona, MS, for a time before settling in Hugo, OK. When he died, his remains were returned to MS and buried somewhere in Monroe County. Mr. Arnold is the author of a book about his ancestor titled, “Robert E. Lee’s Orderly”. Pictured with Mr. Arnold is Tippah Tigers Commander Marty Hubbard (L) and Tippah Tigers Historian Mark Evans (R).
Tippah Tigers Guest Speakers are now on You Tube Now you will have the chance if you missed one of our Guest Speakers or want to share it with someone. Updated: September 07, 2015 To View List Click Here
Recorded and Posted To YouTube by: Robert Jackson
Tippah Tigers Camp #868
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Tippah Tigers Commander Marty Hubbard (L) presented a Commendation Medal and Certificate to Tippah Tiger Robert Jackson for his service to the Sons of Confederate Veterans at the camp meeting August 4.
The Tippah Tigers Band recently added a new member – Camp Commander Marty Hubbard. The band members are L-R Rick Adair, guitar and vocals; Michael Hoge, drums; Bobby Irvin, banjo; Lamar Criswell, jug; Steve Rutherford, tub; and Marty Hubbard, spoons.