Camps of the United Confederate Veterans

Missouri Division

Missouri Camps in 1900


          Post Office        Camp Name/No.      Officer
         Alton - Col. J.R. Woodside -751 - M.G. Norman
         Belton - Col. D. Shanks - 734 - R.M. Slaughter
         Booneville - G.B. Harper - 714 - R. McCulloch
         Bowling Green - Senteny - 739 - M.V. Wisdom
         Bunceton - Dick Taylor - 817 - W.H. Long
         Butler - Marmaduke - 615 - J. F. Watkins
         Cabool - R.E. Lee - 788 - J. M. Cunningham
         Carrollton - J.L. Mirick - 684 - H.M. Pettit
         Carthage - Jasper County - 522 - C.C. Catron
         Clinton - N. Spangler - 678 - W.G. Watkins
         Columbus - J.J. Searcy - 717 - Capt. M.A. Guinn
         Cuba - Col. Joe Kelly - 811 - J.P. Webb
         Dexter - S.G. Kitchen - 779 - W.L. Jeffers
         Doniphan - I.N. Hedgepeth - 793 - Thos. Malvey
         El Dorado Springs - El Dorado-859-Thos. B. Dry
         Eminence - N.B. Forrest - 762 - R.B. Parker
         Exeter - Sterling Price - 456-James Montgomery
         Farmington - Crow - 712 - S.P. Fleming
         Fayette - J.B. Clark  660 - S.B. Cunningham
         Fredericktown - Col. Lowe - 805 - L. Graves
         Fulton - Gen. D. M. Frost - 737 - I.N. Sitton
         Gallatin - Surgeon John Cravens - 912 - I. Mann
         Greenfield - J.M. Stemmons - 1044 - L. Renfro
         Greenville - Ben Holmes - 761 - J. B. McGehee
         Hannibal - R. Ruffner - 676 - S.S. Harrison
         Higginsville - Edwards - 733 - R. Todhunter
         Houston - J.H. McBride - 787 - W.L. Lyle
         Huntsville - Lowry - 636 - G.N. Ratliff
         Independence - Halloway - 533 - E.W. Strode
         Jackson - S.S. Harris - 790 - S.S. Harris
         Jefferson City - M.M. Parsons - 718 - J. B. Gantt
         Kansas City - Kansas City - 80 - W.T. Mills
         Kearney - Winnie Davis - 1174 - R. J.M. Laffoon
         Kennet - John P. Taylor - 792 - C.O. Hoffman
         Keytesville - Gen S. Price - 710 - J.G. Martin
         Lamar - Capt. Ed Ward - 760 - R.J. Tucker
         Lebanon - F. Cockrell - 1220 - R.J. Wickersham
         Lee's Summit - Lee's Summit - 740 - J.A. Carr
         Lexington - Lexington - 648 - J. Q. Platenburg
         Liberty - McCarthy - 729  J.T. Chandler
         Linneus - Flournoy - 836 - Edward Barton
         Madison-  Bledsoe - 679 - J. R. Crowning
         Marshall - Marmaduke - 544- James A Gordon
         Marble Hill - Col. William Jeffers-789-J.J. Long
         Memphis-- Shacklett - 723 - W.C. Ladd
         Mexico - Mexico - 650 - James Bradley
         Moberly - Marmaduke - 685 - J.A. Targart
         Moresville - Moresville - 542 - J.M. Barrow
         Miami - John Benson - 613 - L. W. Haynie
         Nevada - Nevada- 662- C.T. Davis
         New Madrid-Col.A,C. Riley-791- Joseph Hunter
         Oak Grove - Up Hayes - 831 - H.V.P. Kalbrick
         Odessa - S. Price - 547 - D.G. Wade
         Paris - Monroe County - 689 - J.M. McGee
         Platte City - Platte County - 728 - T.B. George
         Plattsburg - J.T. Hughes - 696- J.B.Baker
         Pineville  E. McDonals - 754 - J.C. Hooper
         Pleasant Hill-Pleasant Hill-691-John T. Boswell
         Poplar Bluff-Stonewall Jackson-780- T. H. Mauldin
         Richmond - S.R. Crispin - 727- James L. Farris
         Rolla - Col. E. A. Stein - 742 - H.S. Headley
         Salem - Col. E.T. Wingo - 745 - W. Barksdale
         Salisbury -Stonewall - 1071 - C.H. Woodson
         Sedalia - Sedalia - 985 - S.H. Olmstead
         Springfield - Campbell - 488 - Thomas C Love
         St. Joseph - Cundiff - 807 - James W. Boyd
         Sn Louis - J.S. Bowen - 659 - C.J. Moffitt
         Sn Louis - St. Louis - 731 - Robert McCulloch
         SweetSprings-SweetSprings-635- V. Marmaduke
         Taneyville - Joe Shelby - 1077 - AP. Garret
         Vienna - J.G. Shockley - 744 - J.A. Love
         Waddill - Freeman - 690 - W.H. Flemen
         Warrenshurg - Parsons - 735 - W.P. Gibson
         Waverly - J. Percival - 711 - HJ. Galbraith
         Waynesville - Howard - 688 - C.H. Howard
         West Plain - J.0. Shelby - 630 - 0.H. Catron
         Windsor - Windsor Guards - 715- R.F.R Taylor

        (source: Confederate Veteran; Vol. 8 No. 5;
         May 1900; pg 222)

 

The Missouri Mule

        

Background tune, "Here's Your Mule", Copyright 1998, Benjamin Robert Tubb, used with permission.

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