Help save the 7th TN Infantry’s Flag!

Help us preserve part of Lebanon’s history!

Our camp has pledged to raise money to restore the 7th TN Infantry’s CSA flag; however, the process of restoring an old flag is a pains taking, difficult, and expensive process. The flag needs to be preserved for future generation to see and, hopefully, learn more about the 7th and the cause for which those men from Wilson County fought for during the War between the States.

Don’t let the flag be forgotten!

You can help save an important piece of history by donating to our 7th TN Flag Fund.


Help save the 7th TN Infantry’s Flag! — 4 Comments

  1. I am a member of the SCV Camp George W. Cox in Wolfe County, Kentucky. I am the author of a recent book entitled “Joe Porter’s War/Colonel Joseph C. Porter, C.S.A./And the Civil War in Northeast Missouri, 1862/Including the Palmyra Massacre.” I will be willing to give a talk on my book to your camp.

    • Schott,

      I sincerely apologize for the long wait for my reply due to what seemed like endless computer and internet troubles. If you are still interested, you can contact our Commander, Barry Forkum, who I am sure would be more than happy for you to speak at one of our meetings. Once again I am so sorry for the wait for the response and hope to see you at one of our next meetings.

      Commander Barry Forkum –

      My Sincerest Apologizes,
      Jesse Forkum
      Web Officer
      SCV Camp 723

  2. I moved here year ago from Eastern Kentucky. Was checking out your booth at Wilson County Fair. Family came from Virginia in early 1800’S Not sure if had any relatives that fought for Confederate States of America.

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