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Sons of Union Veterans of
284 Hazel Street
VEATCHHenry

Preserving the memory of the
Grand Army of the Republic
and our ancestors who fought to preserve the Union
1861 - 1865

The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War is a patriotic and educational organization, similar to the Grand Army of the Republic. It was founded on November 12, 1881 and incorporated by Act of Congress August 20, 1954. The Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War is the legal heir to and representative of the Grand Army of the Republic.
 

The Henry C. Veatch Camp No. 30 of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW) was established on April 21, 2015, and was named for Henry Clay Veatch (1847-1939), who served in Company C, 5th Indiana Infantry and was the last surviving Civil War veteran in Butte County. Veatch was a member of Oroville's William T. Sherman Post, Grand Army of the Republic

Henry C. Veatch
  • AREA: Sutter and Yolo Counties, and north to the California-Oregon border.
     
  • MEETINGS: Gridley Veterans Memorial Hall, 249 Sycamore Street, Gridley, CA.  7:00 pm every 4th Tuesday.
     
  • NEWSLETTER: Veatch Diary, published monthly.
     
  • MEMORIAL DAY PARTICIPATION: To be announced.
     
  • DUES: $35 annually.

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Created 27 Aug 2015; Revised 7 Feb 2016

Webmaster: Tad D. Campbell, PCinC

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