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Archibald Gracie Camp #985
New York, N.Y.
SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS
Past Commanders of Archibald Gracie Camp
Patrick McCullough - (2014 -) Mr. McCullough is the Fourth Great Grandson of First Sergeant Thomas A. McCullough of Coweta County, Georgia, who served with the Fourth Georgia Cavalry, Co. H. He entered service in December of 1862, was shot and captured in Stephenson, Alabama while en route to the Battle of Chickamauga in September of 1863, and spent the remainder of the war as a prisoner at Rock Island Prison Camp. Mr. McCullough resides in Callicoon, New York with his wife and two sons where he works as a web developer.
VICTOR MANN - (2011 - 2014)
MICHAEL CHARLES - (2000 - 2011)
MICHAEL KOGAN - (1993 - 1996)
GEORGE WEDDINGTON - (1991 - 1993)
JOHN HILLIARD - (1985 - 1991) (1996-1999)
Robert Austin - (1979 - 1981)
Walter Beard - (1976)
Ulmont Cumming - (1975) (Feb. 5, 1925 – Sep. 12, 2008)
George Earman - (1970 - 1971) (Jun. 26, 1909 – Aug. 24, 1991)
Phillip Frank - (1963)
H. Harding Isaacson - (1956 - 1962) (1981 - 1985)
William M. Beard - (1955) Forty-third Commander-in-Chief, SCV, 1951-1953
Dr. Joseph E.J. King - (1954)
Sailing Baruch - (1953)
George Gordon Battle - (1952) (Oct. 26, 1868 – Apr. 29, 1949) George Gordon Battle, leading Democrat and one of New York City's outstanding lawyers, was born at Cool Spring Plantation near Rocky Mount in Edgecombe County, the son of Captain Turner Westray Battle and Lavinia Bassett Daniel Battle of Halifax. He studied at The University of North Carolina, Hanover Academy in Virginia, the University of Virginia, and finally, Columbia University. Battle served in the district attorney's office for five years, before entering private practice. Twice in later years he served as special assistant district attorney to investigate crime and corruption in New York, in 1911 and again in 1919. As president of New York City's Parks and Playgrounds Association, he was an ardent fighter against encroachments upon park property, especially Central Park, which he felt should be kept as rural as possible. Himself childless, he continually sought more city playgrounds. While campaigning for Al Smith in 1928, he began fighting anti-Semitism; later he served on several Jewish committees. An editorial in the American Hebrew hailed him as one of the most effective espousers of the cause of Jewry among New York gentiles, and he was awarded the American Hebrew medal for keeping "the flame of religious hatred from searing American Democracy."
Alexander J. Fleming - (1951)
Emmett W. Poindexter - (1950)
Henry L. Clinkscales - (1949)
S.Y. Austin - (1948)
James O. Boone - (1946)
Belvin T. Wilson - (1945)
Hartwell B. Grubbs - (1944)
Silas White Fry - (1943)
Don Farnsworth - (1942)
James Webb - (1941) (July 2, 1868 – Aug. 28, 1953) A lawyer, lecturer, and author, Col. Webb was born in Ripley, Tenn. He was educated at the Lauderdale institute of Ripley, Tenn.; at the Southern normal school of Bowling Green, Ky.; and at the Vanderbilty University of Nashville, Tenn. In 1890-91, he was mayor of Ripley, Tenn.; was secretary of the commercial law league of America in 1896; and in 1896-1901 was secretary of the bar association of St. Louis, Mo. In 1896-1904 he was lecturer in the Benton college of law at St. Louis, Mo, of which he was one of the founders. He was also active in the organization of the Missouri Trust Company. He was the editor of the last edition of Burrill on Assignments, Webb’s Pollock on Torts; and was the author of Webb and Meigs’ Digest of the Court Decisions of Tennessee; Webb on Interest and Usury; Webb on Passenger and Freight Elevators; and other legal works. After moving to New York City in 1920, where he resided until his death, he became a successful realty operator.
James Ransom Branch - (1897) Coal operator; sec. Am. Bankers' Assn. 1985-1908; b. Petersburg, Va., Dec 14, 1863; s. Col. James R. and Martha Louise (Patteson) Branch; ed. in schs. of Gen. Robert Ransom, and John P. McGuire, Pampatike Acad., Richmond Coll.; m. Mary Lillian Hubball; children: James R. Branch, Jr. (midshipman, U. S. N., killed at Annapolis in his 19th year), and Mary Cook Branch, b. 1888. Began business career with Merchants' Nat. Bank, 1881-1885; stock raising, 1885-1890; returned to Merchants' Nat. Bank; appt'd by Pres. Grover Cleveland, Nat. bank examiner, 1895. Mem. City Council, Richmond, Va., 1895; served as private to lieut.-col., 1st Reg't Va. Cav., maj. 7th U. S. Vol. Inf. (7th Immunes), Spanish-Am. War. Pres. and dir. Branchland Coal Co., Guyandotte Coal Co., Guyan River Coal Co. Mem, S. A. R., United Spanish War Veterans, Sigm Chi, Elks, Odd Fellows, Red Men, Southern Cos., Virginians. Recreations: Athletics, fishing, hunting. Clubs: N. Y. Athletic, Army and Navy (Washington, D. C.), Commonwealth (Richmond, Va.). Address: Hanover Bank Bld'g, N. Y. City, and Branchfield, W. Va. [Taken from Who's Who in New York, 1914]
Henry Gaines Hawn - (1890s or 1900s) (Nov. 29, 1862 – Nov. 2, 1930) teacher, author and playwright was born at Richmond, Virginia to a captain in the Confederate army. His grandfather was state treasurer of Alabama during 1834-40. Mr. Hawn was educated at the University of Tennessee and at Washington and Lee University, and was later the first secretary of New York’s Washington and Lee Alumni Club. After leaving college he became a teacher of English and literature in private schools; was instructor in the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute for five years, and at Middlebury College, Vt., for three years. From 1900 he was a lecturer in the department of philology in the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences; and for some years conducted an important private school of “The Speech Arts.” He was one of the lecturers in the New York public schools, and dramatic instructer of the Cornell University “Masque” and the Williams College “Cap and Bell” societies. He contributed many important articles to magazines, (of which one on “Divorce,” published in the “Arena,” attracted widespread attention), and was the author of “Diction for Singers” (1901), among many other books, and the play “Fast Black”.
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Archibald Gracie Camp #985
New York, N.Y.
SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS
PGMcCullough@scv.nyc
1-800-MY-DIXIE (1-800-693-4943)