Beverly Tucker Lacy Camp
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Officers for 2009-2010
E-Mail John Sawyer
N. Sawyer. John N. Sawyer. Born in Cheverly, Maryland and lived
in the Upper Marlboro area all his life. He and his wife Ann were married
in 1991 on Waikiki Beach in Hawaii.
John initially joined the Pvt. Wallace Bowling Camp in La Plata, MD
in June of 1995. He helped charter the Maryland Line CSA Camp in Upper
Marlboro a couple of years later and eventually served as the Commander
of that camp for a brief time until he moved to Locust Grove, VA in
November of 2000. John was elected as Commander of the Maj. Gen. Fitzhugh
Lee Camp in Spotsylvania, VA in 2002 and he was the charter Commander
of both the Capt. William L. Day Camp and the Rev. Beverly Tucker Lacy
Camp. John held the position of 2nd Lt. Cmdr. of the Maryland Division
and received a SCV Meritorious Service Award in August of 1996. In
April of 2000, John was awarded the Haskins-Claggett Award, the Maryland
Division SCV's most prestigious award, and in August of 2000, he was
presented with a Distinguished Service Medal from Commander-in-Chief
Rick Griffin. John is a life member of the Sons of Confederate Veterans
at the National Level and the Division level. He served as 1st Lt.
Cmdr. of the Virginia Division from 2006-2008 and served as the
Commander of the Virginia Division SCV for the period of 2008-2010.
George E. Sweeney (G-G-Great Uncle) - Born in 1846 in Upper Marlboro,
joined Co. E, 1st MD Cav. (Winder's Cavalry) in August of 1862 in Richmond.
He participated in all of the engagements of that unit until captured
while on picket duty in Moorefield, VA in August of 1864. He was emprisoned
in Camp Chase, Ohio and exchanged at City Point, VA in late March of
1865. He returned home to farming and dealing in horses until his death
E-Mail Greg Randall
Lt. Commander: Gregory H. Randall.
William L. Andrews, Co. H, 30th VA Inf.
Lt. Commander: Robert Silvrants.
James Roswell Soutter,
Co. E, 7th VA Inf. Enlisted July 19, 1861 at Culpeper C.H., Virginia.
John Edward Eakin. (G Great Grandfather), Co. E, 22nd Virginia
Advocate/Color Sgt: Joe
Wright. Born in Riverdale, MD and is a lifetime member
of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. He joined the SCV in 1990
camp commander positions in the Pvt. Wallace Bowling Camp and the
Maryland Line CSA Camp. Joe also served as Lt. Cmdr. of the Maryland
Division for two terms. He has received numerous awards from the
state and national levels including the Haskins-Claggett Award,
Maryland Division's highest award and 2 Meritorious Service Medals
from IHQ. He moved to Beaverdam, VA in 1999. Joe served as Virginia
Division Inspector from 2006-2008 and is currently serving in the
position of Treasurer at the Virginia Division for the next 2 years.
John Harmon Stone (G Great Uncle), Jordan's Light Artillery. Pvt. Stone
was born on September 11, 1828, Halifax County, VA and enlisted in
May, 1861. He participated in every major battle from the Peninsula
Campaign of 1862 through the Siege of Petersburg in 1864. During the
Battle of Sharpsburg, he single-handedly repaired his disabled gun
and brought it safely off the field under heavy fire. He spent a short
time in the Wayside and Chimborazo Hospitals before returning home
in March of 1865. He was elected Captain to his company in 1865 but
the war ended prior to his official commission. He returned to Liberty
to his family just before the war ended to recuperate and crossed over
the river on Christmas Eve, 1873.
E-Mail James Portch
J. Portch. Born in Fredericksburg VA. Has lived in Spotsylvania
Co. all his life. Joined the Sons Of Confederate Veterans in Nov of
2007. With help of Cmdr. Sawyer and his wife, he found seven relatives
in the Confederacy so far. Married with four children and three grandkids.
William Joseph Selph. Born Nov. 15th 1839, Enlisted May 18th 1861
in Bowling Green, VA as a private in Company F 30th Virginia Infantry.
Captured in hospital in Richmond VA April 3rd 1865 turned over to
April 21st 1865. Transferred From Libby Prison, Richmond,VA to Newport
News VA April 23rd 1865—Oath of Allegiance to the United States,
subscribe and sworn to at Newport News, VA July 1st 1865. His farm
is now part of A.P. Hill. Supplemental Ancestors: Pvt.
John Anderson Selph III, Sparta Grays, Co. H, 30th VA Inf.; Pvt.
James Lewis Barlow, Capt.
Thornton's Co. VA Light Artillery (Caroline Light Art.); Corporal
John G. Pavey,
Capt. Thornton's Co. VA Light Artillery; Pvt. Andrew Musselman,
47th VA Inf., Co. I; Pvt. James D. Mussleman, 47th VA Inf.;
and Pvt. Thomas
Musselman, 47th VA Inf., Co. I.
Quartermaster: Brandon Rose
E-Mail Robert Hester
Chaplain: Robert Hester
James Walker Kennedy, Co. A, 51st VA Inf.