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FIRE! The Williams Gun is fired at the Ledbetter Reunion, in honor of their ancestor, Benjamin Ledbetter, who was killed at the Battle of Murfreesboro. Members of the Williams Gun crew that day were Bo Davis Matthew Hargis, Jared Davis, Gail Parker, Bill Heard and Lance Hargis. Photo: Dale Welch

SCV CAPT. CHAMP FERGUSON-STANDING STONE CAMP #2014 OFFICERS--2005. Pictured seated from left, Commander Jack Looper, 1st Lt. Commander, Joseph Allred, 2nd Lt. Commander Andrew Looper and Adjutant/Treasurer Gail Parker; in back from left is Color Sgt. Michael Parker, Historian/Quartermaster james Turner, Judge Advocate Bruce Breedlove and Chapalin Stephen Parker. Photo: Dale Welch/Hilltop Express

Capt. Champ Ferguson & his guards by Nashville, TN photographer C. C. Hughes, Church Street.

Commander Jack Looper is presented with a bullet board by honorary member Francis Reil.

Judge Advocate Bruce Breedlove is presented a Civil War Bullet Book by honorary member Francis Reil.

CIVIL WAR MARKER DEDICATION. The Capt. Champ Ferguson-Standing Stone Camp of the Sons of Confederate Veterans dedicated a historical marker in downtown Monterey on Standing Stone Day. The marker denotes the murder of unarmed Confederate soldiers by Yankee soldiers at a home just over in Overton County.

Bruce Breedlove and sons Weston and Grayson and other family members traveled to Virginia to place a grave marker on one of Breedlove’s ancestor Sgt. Robert R. Marshall, Co. A., 21st Virginia Infantry

THE CONFEDERATE PARKER FAMILY. The Parker Family gathers at Whittaker Park on "Champ Ferguson Day" in Monterey.

Pictured right is Ken Hall at the Champ Ferguson grave site in France Cemetery off the Calfkiller Highway. Camp members, after decorating the graves at Whittaker Cemetery broke into goups and decorated graves at other cemeteries.

Captain Champ Ferguson – Standing Stone Camp #2014 placed flags on the graves of Confederate Veterans in Whittaker Park. Pictured at the grave site of John T. Hall (Ken Hall’s ancestor) from left, Gail Parker, Ken Hall, Jack Looper, Andy Looper and Joseph Allred. Photo: Dale Welch

FATHER & SON CONFEDERATES. Camp Commander Jack Looper & son Andy Looper.

Champ Camp Chaplain Stephen Parker poses with son, Seth, who unveiled the marker. The SCV continues to serve as a historical, patriotic, and non-political organization dedicated to insuring that a true history of the 1861-1865 period is preserved. Photo: Dale Welch/Hilltop Express