CONFEDERATE MEMORIAL DAY 2005
This year, because we had installed bronze Confederate Crosses of Honor at Pioneers' Cemetery in Phoenix, the Colonel Sherod Hunter Camp 1525 hosted not one, but two Confederate Memorial Day events.
GREENWOOD MEMORY LAWN CEMETERY, PHOENIX, ARIZONA
The Colonel Sherod Hunter Camp hosted it's 13th annual Confederate Memorial Day ceremony at Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery on 23 April 2005. Pictures of that event appear below.
Camp 1525 Commander Robert Perkins gives the keynote address during the Confederate Memorial Day ceremony at
Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery, 23 April 2005.
LAYING FLOWERS AT THE VETERANS' MONUMENT
This year, due to a mishap, we had no wreath for the traditional wreath laying ceremony. In lieu of that part of the ceremoy,
Patsy Barrett of the John R. Baylor Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, lays flowers at the Arizona
Confederate Veterans Monument at Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery during our 2005 Confederate Memorial Day.
The musket salute was performed by reenactors from the 5th Texas Infantry of the Arizona Reenactors Congress
and the 1st U.S. Infantry of the Arizona Civil War Council.
Steve Johnson, Chaplain of the Colonel Sherod Hunter Camp 1525, gave the Invocation and the Benediction (shown here).
PIONEERS' MILITARY AND MEMORIAL PARK, PHOENIX, ARIZONA
On 23 April 2005, the Colonel Sherod Hunter Camp 1525 also hosted a Confederate Memorial Day ceremony at
Pioneers' Military and Memorial Park in downtown Phoenix, Arizona. At this ceremony we, with the Arizona
Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy (who had generously donated to the project), dedicated
fifteen new bronze Confederate crosses of honor which had been installed by Camp 1525 at the cemetery earlier
that year. Pictures of the event appear below.
Robert Perkins, Commander of the Colonel Sherod Hunter Camp 1525, gives the keynote address at the dedication
ceremony for the new Confederate Crosses of Honor at Pioneers's Cemetery. Also pictured is Patsy Barrett, President
of the Arizona Division, U.D.C., who also spoke at the ceremony.
Reenactors from the Arizona Civil War Council and the Arizona Reenactor's Congress fire a salute.
CROSSES AND FLAGS
A picture of some of the graves, with their newly installed Crosses of Honor, marked with Confederate Flags for the occasion.
A group shot of the reenactors and SCV members who took part in the ceremony.
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