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Daughters of the Civil War

civil warThere are many associations and groups of Civil War remembrance. We at philaudc are an association of veteran’s daughters of the civil war. Both the Confederate and the Union we celebrate their service still to this day in one of the hardest times in the United States in a war which it was brother against brother.

With our United Daughters from the confederacy (South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and the Indian territory – Oklahoma and the Arizona territory). Combined with the United Daughters from the Union (Oregon, Nevada, Maine, New York, New Hampshire, Vermont, California, Iowa, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Ohio, and Indiana). We are a well rounded group of women that are all for remembering what our grandfathers sacrificed for us. With that being said the objectives of our organization are: Historical, Educational, Benevolent, Memorial, and Patriotic.

Our chapter has remained active and we celebrated our 100 year anniversary in 2005. We are located through out the United States and the United Kingdom. We are all loyal members of the chapter and the philaudc.

How To Get Your Membership

If you would like to become a member of the philaudc it is easy. You have to be at least sixteen years of age and of blood descendant, either lineal or collateral, of women & men who served in the Confederate States Army/Navy or Civil Service or the Union States Army/Navy or Civil Service.

Contact our Registrar who will give you all of our necessary information and a copy of the philaudc application form. If you need assistance with getting service records of your grandfathers/grandmothers ancestor records it is available if needed.

Our Dedication To Our Grandparents

  • To record the part played during the War by the women, including their patient endurance of hardship, and their patriotic devotion during the struggle, and the untiring efforts during and after the war.
  • To help descendants of the Civil War is procuring a proper education.
  • To Preserve the memory of the those who served and those that fell in the service of the Union and the Confederate states.
  • To preserve the ties of the friendships among the members of the Organization.
  • The sacred duty of our grandparents that served is preserved.


Our Respect

We have the respect for the Confederate and American flags and an overall love for our nation. Today we provide love for our U.S. Troops overseas and stateside and also others during national emergencies.

Or job is to promote the interest of our website and of the members that we have here. We try to make a difference with the education that we give to the public. In our tenure of representing the solders of the past we have worked tirelessly to represent our grandfathers and grandmothers who served.


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