Due to attacks from hackers against the SUVCW Graves Database you are most likely aware of restrictions that have been placed on the database to ensure it is online and of use to anyone who wishes to use it as it was designed to be used. Below are three sets of guidelines that have been […] Read more
Please be advised that the SUVCW graves registration database is undergoing system maintenance and will be up and functional again soon. In the meantime, if you need immediate assistance, feel free to contact the National Graves registration Officer at suvcw_ngro@ verizon.net . Thank you.
The goal of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW) National Grave Registration Project is to locate the final resting places of all Union Civil War Veterans, and enter that information into the National Graves Registration Database. This undertaking is rather large and needs as many interested people to assist as possible. […] Read more
Presented below are the National Policies of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War. These policies compliment the Order’s Constitution and Regulations (C & R). Questions regarding interpretation of any of the policies presented should be directed to the National Counselor. Index to Policies Policy for Participation in the Remembrance Day Parade (August […] Read more
Commander-in-Chief (2014 – 2015) Past Commander-in-Chief Tad D. Campbell first joined the SUVCW in 1997 and became a life member in 2005. He was elected Commander-in-Chief at the 133rd Annual National Encampment at Marietta, Georgia on August 16, 2014. At the camp level with Phil Sheridan Camp No. 4 in San Jose, California, Past Commander-in-Chief […] Read more
For ease of viewing, the Department and Camp job descriptions of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War have been broken into the following smaller documents. The entire document is available in PDF form and may be downloaded here. The purpose of the office of Commander is to direct and to provide oversight […] Read more