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In the tradition of our forebears of the Grand Army of the Republic, the Son continue to celebrate Memorial Day on May 30th.
Join us at Aventine Cemetery and help us keep this sacred
overgrown and abandonded, the Camp continues its efforts to maintain Aventine
Cemetery in downtown Flint where 35 Comrades of the Gov. Crapo Post
No. 145 are buried. The cemetery is also part of the historic Camp Thomson
site, a Civil War training camp for several regiments during the winter
The Civil War Memorials Committee is charged with identifying all monuments and memorials dedicated to Civil War veterans and the Grand Army of the Republic in the area of the Camp. The Committee shall brings to the attention of the Camp any disrespect or lack of attention shown to any Civil War monument or memorial.
Over the years the camp has helped in the restoration and rededication of several monuments, including the Gov. Crapo Post 145 monuments on the lawn of the Genesee Co. Courthouse.
Our current project: The Fenton Cannons...
The goal of the SUVCW Grave Registration Project is to locate the final resting places of all Union Civil War Veterans.
If a veteran's is found to rest in an unmarked grave, then a new headstone can be ordered from the Veterans Administration. A replacement can also be ordered for headstones which are badly deteriorated, illegible, stolen or vandalized.
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