BEST VIEWED WITH
SHARPSHOOTERS LAST ROLL CALLIn Memory Of“This so we will never forget
Who we are and What we are
for they help bring us
to Where we are.” DEC
SCV Camp 1729 members“Gone but not forgotten”
Past Comander George Piner
6/16/1944 - 12/10/2012 Mr. George Piner The family will receive friends on Thursday,
December 13, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM at the McKoon
Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral services for Mr. Piner will be
Thursday, December 13, 2012 at 11:00 AM at the McKoon
Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will follow in the Sharpsburg
Baptist Church Cemetery
George was a husband,father,brother and son, but I will
remember him as my friend. He was a Mason,a veteran,
a Past Commander of Sons of Confederate Veterans
Camp 1729 and a great American. A North Carolinian by
birth, George loved the South and he was a child of God.
May the blessing of heaven rest upon the Piner Family and
the rest of us,for George has crossed the river and struck the tent.Ronny North
Commander SCV Camp 1729
JAMES W. PRESTON1919 - 1997Real Son and Sharpshooter/Charter memberDixie Edith Preston BrittonAug. 10, 1917 - Jan 7, 2002C1729 OREL, Real Daughter/Charter member
CALVIN F. CRAIG
1921 - 1998
Shirley Anne Reagan
1942 - 2002
C1729 OREL/Charter member
Gary Lee Cox, Jr.
August 16, 1947 - June 2, 2003
Sharpshooter/Charter Member, Camp Officer
Honorable; Alvin Gilbert Arrowood
July 6, 1925 - November 24 2004
Mayor of Sharpsburg, GA
03/22/1918 - 09/18/2010
Donn R. Murray (R) and his
buddy, James F. "Jim" Goodrum
Sharpshooter/Charter MembersT SGT US ARMY AIR FORCES
WORLD WAR II
WESTMINSTER MEMORIAL GARDENS
2090 HWY 54 WEST PEACHTREE CITY, GA
Donn gave me this pic several years ago and as I remember
his ancestor here is Mr. Lilley back row fourth from left.
Donn R. Murray was a good American, he
was a good Soldier, he was a good Friend,
Donn R. Murray was a good Man.
SCV Camp 1729 Friends“Gone but not forgotten”
Anthony Randall Allums
Memories if Tony by,
Cmdr John C Todd"TONNY"
From UGA alumnus rolls
Willis Nolen Jr.
0000-April 16, 2007
GA Division Commander 1973-1975
Willis Nolen Jr. (BS ’62) of Luthersville died April 16, 2007. Nolen was
one of the oldest members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and founder
and commander of the Lewis Armistead Camp 1796. He was a member of
Luthersville Methodist Church and a member of Company B 41st Ga. Inf.,
Company B 8th Ga. Inf., the 16th Ga. Inf. and Company Q 51st PA. Inf.
Nolen worked for Leonard Peterson & Son in Alabama. His family and
friends survive him.
Note: Commander Nolen was a past Camp Commander of the Gen James
Longstreet Camp #1289 Union City, GA. Commander Nolen was instrumental
in Pvt. Wm Thomas Overby receiving the Confederate Metal Of Honor.
Thanks James Lee Weaver for this pic3>
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