Sunday, June 05, 2005

I forgot to report on the United Daughters of the Confederacy at the monument dedication. They were all dressed up in church clothes and hats and looked great.

Also they all wore their ribbon and badges on their left shoulder. The badges were of different kinds. The thin curved bars were of Confederate ancestors, the name was engraved on it. The first one under the main UDC pin was the "one I went in on." Meaning the ancestor who fought for the Confederacy that enabled them to enter the group. Other ancestors were on other curved bars. One woman had about 10.

They all seemed to have a good time, just as good as the Red Hatters. I enjoyed talking to them.

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