Confederate Heritage Parade and Confederate Heritage Day in Richmond, VA - April 4, 2004

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The Mechanized Cavalry Unit of the Sons of Confederate Veterans lead the way.
The James River Rangers participate in the 2nd annual Confederate Heritage Parade in downtown Richmond, VA.
The Captain William Latane of Camp #1690, and the Sons of the Confederate Veterans Color Guard march down Broad Street during the second annual Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
19th VA Infantry is led by Chuck Eberle as General Lee down Broad Street during the second annual Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.  Next to General Lee is Savannah Shifflet and to her right is Tony Baker of the 19th Virginia Infantry.  In the next row the drummer in the center of the frame is Daniel Bowersock and the flag bearer is Randy Williams also of the 19th Virginia Infantry division.
Members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans march down Broad Street during the second annual Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
The Old Brunswick Camp #512 of the Sons of the Confederate Veterans, from Lawrenceville, VA, participate in the second annual Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
Participants in the second annual Confederate Heritage Parade march past the Virginia Science Museum on Broad Street in Richmond, VA.
Members of the 19th Virginia Infantry division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #1493, participate in the second annual Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.  Hunter Beetle is the boy carrying the old Virginia flag.  Behind Hunter is Daniel Bowersock (drummer) and Randy Williams (flag bearer).
Richmond residents come out to support the 2nd annual Confederate Heritage Parade as they move up Broad Street in Richmond, VA.  Seen in this photograph is Kathy Billhimer of Elkton, Virginia (holding the banner and on far right), and following Ms. Billhimer carrying the flags of the Confederacy are members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #10 out of Harrisonburg, Virginia.
The 19th Virginia Infantry, led by Chuck Eberle portraying General Robert E. Lee march down Broad Street during the 2nd annual Confederate Heritage Parade as they move up Broad Street in Richmond, VA.  Next to General Lee is Savannah Shifflet and to her right is Tony Baker of the 19th Virginia Infantry.  In the next row (L-R) the boy holding the Virginia flag is Hunter Beetle, the drummer in the center of the frame is Daniel Bowersock and the flag bearer is Randy Williams also of the 19th Virginia Infantry division.
The 19th Virginia Infantry, Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #1493, march down Broad Street during the 2nd annual Confederate Heritage Parade as they move up Broad Street in Richmond, VA.  In the middle of the group you can see Bette Goodson of Elkton Virginia carrying the Confederate Battle Flag.  Immediately following Ms Goodson are the five members of the Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #10 representatives from Harrisonburg, Virginia.  These members are Kathy Billhimer, Marlo Shifflett, Camerson Shifflett (carrying the banner) and behind them are Dan Goodson and Casey Billhimer.
The James River Rangers march past the "Stonewall" Jackson monument along Monument Avenue during the Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
The James River Rangers march past the "Stonewall" Jackson monument along Monument Avenue during the Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
Participants in the Confederate Heritage Parade march past the "Stonewall" Jackson monument along Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
Participants in the Confederate Heritage Parade march past the "Stonewall" Jackson monument along Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
Members of F Company of the 21st Virginia are led down Monument Avenue by Lt. Tony Turley, as they pass by the "Stonewall" Jackson monument while they participate in the Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.  Also in this photograph is Jimmy Price (far right).  � Mike Lynaugh
Richmond residents come out to show their support for the Confederate Heritage Parade as they march  along Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
The Magruder-Ewell Camp #99 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans march past the Jefferson Davis Monument on Monument Avenue as they participate in the Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
Participants of the Confederate Heritage Parade march past the Jefferson Davis Monument on Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
Participants of the Confederate Heritage Parade march past the Jefferson Davis Monument on Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
Participants of the Confederate Heritage Parade march past the Jefferson Davis Monument on Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
Members of F Company of the 21st Virginia are led down Monument Avenue by Lt. Tony Turley, as they participate in the Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.  Also in this photograph is Jimmy Price (far right).
The James River Rangers lead the way down Monument Avenue during the Confederate Heritage Parade  in Richmond, VA.
Participants of the Confederate Heritage Parade march down Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
Participants of the Confederate Heritage Parade march down Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
Participants of the Confederate Heritage Parade march past the General Robert E. Lee monument on Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
Robert Toney, a member of the James River Rangers (Compatriot of Highbridge, Sons of Confederate Veterans, Camp #1530), rides past the General Robert E. Lee memorial on Monument Avenue during the Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
The 19th Virginia Infantry, led by Chuck Eberle portraying General Robert E. Lee march pas the General Robert E. Lee memorial on Monument Avenue during the Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
The Garland Rodes Camp, Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #409, march pas the General Robert E. Lee memorial on Monument Avenue during the Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
Members of the L.L. Polk Camp #1486 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, from Garner, N.C. participate in the Confederate Heritage Parade march past the General Robert E. Lee monument on Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
Participants of the Confederate Heritage Parade march past the General Robert E. Lee monument on Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
The J.E.B. Stuart Camp #1343 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, participate in the Confederate Heritage Parade as they march past the General Robert E. Lee monument on Monument Avenue in Richmond, VA.
Members of the Maryland Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans Color Guard march past the General J.E.B. Stuart memorial on Monument Avenue as they participate in the Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
A Richmond resident comes out to support members of the Maryland Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans Color Guard as they march past the General J.E.B. Stuart memorial on Monument Avenue as they participate in the Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
Cameron Shifflett of Elkton, Virginia holds his mother's hand (Marlo Shifflett) as he watches General Robert E. Lee (portrayed by Chuck Eberle - not pictured) speak before the start of the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the sacrifices of the Confederate soldier begin in Richmond, VA.  Marlo and her son Cameron are participating and representing the Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #10 from Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Mr. Jim Pence portrays General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson during the Confederate Heritage Parade in Richmond, VA.
The Maryland Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans Color Guard participate in the Hollywood Cemetery memorial service to honor the memory of the Confederate soldier.
The large Confederate Battle Flag is brought in at the start of the Hollywood Cemetery memorial service to honor the memory of the Confederate soldier.  This flag is owned by Mr. Ed Willis of the Lee-Jackson Camp #1 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Mr. Robbie Stokes plays music at the start of the Hollywood Cemetery memorial service to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.  Mr. Stokes is a re-enactor with the Edenton Bell Battery, Signal Corps of the James, Knibbs Battery, and also a member of the J.E.B. Stuart Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #1343.
Mark and Kat Finster from Grove City, Ohio enjoy a lighter moment before the start of the Hollywood Cemetery memorial service to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
Mr. Chuck Eberle, "General Robert E. Lee" and Mr. Jim Pence, "General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson", await the start of the Hollywood Cemetery memorial service to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
The Confederate Congressional Medal of Honor which was designed by past Virginia Division Commander of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Mr. Henry Kidd.  This medal (along with 8 others) will be awarded posthumously to the crew of the Confederate submarine, The Hunley, during funeral services which will take place on April 17th, 2004.
Mr. Chuck Eberle, "General Robert E. Lee" and Mr. Jim Pence, "General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson", remove their hats during the benediction  the start of the Hollywood Cemetery memorial service to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
2nd Brigade Commander Mr. Mike Kendrick, leading the pledge of allegiance at the start of the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
The Captain William Latane Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #1690 Color Guard participate in the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.  Pictured in this photograph are (L-R) Ed Harris, Unidentified, Nick Pence, Tom (last name unknown), and Bobby Bishop.
Virginia Division Commander of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Mr. Brag Bowling, addresses the attendees of the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
Virginia Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, 5th District Chairman, Mrs. Joe L. Bradberry of the Richmond Stonewall Jackson Chapter #1705, addresses the attendees of the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
Past Virginia Division Commander of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Mr. Henry Kidd, and designer of the Confederate Congressional Medal of Honor.  This medal (along with 8 others) will be awarded posthumously to the crew of the Confederate submarine, The Hunley, during funeral services which will take place on April 17th, 2004.
The Confederate Congressional Medal of Honor, honor guard.  The medal was designed by past Virginia Division Commander of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Mr. Henry Kidd.  This medal (along with 8 others) will be awarded posthumously to the crew of the Confederate submarine, The Hunley, during funeral services which will take place on April 17th, 2004.
The Confederate Congressional Medal of Honor, honor guard.  The medal was designed by past Virginia Division Commander of the Sons of Confederate Veterans, Mr. Henry Kidd.  This medal (along with 8 others) will be awarded posthumously to the crew of the Confederate submarine, The Hunley, during funeral services which will take place on April 17th, 2004.
Ruth Snead (left) and Jennifer Thomas (right), dressed as Confederate widows, ring a Confederate Navy bell in honor of the sailors lost on the C.S.S. Hunley.  Ms. Snead and Ms. Thomas are both board members of the Chesterfield Confederate Heritage Foundation based in Chesterfield, VA.
Mr. Niles Clark from Westfield, Indiana portraying General George Pickett, sings a song to Ole Virginia as Mr. Chuck Eberle (General Robert E. Lee) tries to hold back his emotions.
Mr. Chuck Eberle portraying General Robert E. Lee participates in the Hollywood Cemetery memorial service to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
Mr. Niles Clark from Westfield, Indiana portraying General George Pickett, sings a song to Ole Virginia as Mr. Chuck Eberle (General Robert E. Lee) and Mr. Jim Pence (General Stonewall Jackson) hold their hats over their hearts.
A Confederate widow drapes herself in the Confederate Battle Flag during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
Participants hold their hats over their hearts during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
Mr. H.K. Edgerton addresses attendees during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.  Mr. Edgerton is an honorary life member of the Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and an honorary member of the Zebulon Vance Camp # 15 in Asheville, NC and the Morganton NC Camp # 836, and he was formerly the President of the Asheville, NC NAACP.
The Confederate Battle Flag carried by Mr. H.K. Edgerton on his "March across Dixie."  Mr. Edgerton is an honorary life member of the Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and an honorary member of the Zebulon Vance Camp # 15 in Asheville, NC and the Morganton NC Camp # 836, and he was formerly the President of the Asheville, NC NAACP.
The future of the South.  The youngest members of today's memorial events honoring the plight of the Confederate soldier in Richmond, VA.  The child in the middle of the frame holding the bag and dressed in uniform is Travis Pence, the son of Mr. Jim Pence who portrayed "Stonewall Jackson" during today's parade and memorial service.  On the right side of the frame (pink dress) is Savannah Shifflet, granddaughter of Dan and Bette Goodson who came in from Elkton, Virginia and hail from the Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp # 10.
Mr. H.K. Edgerton addresses attendees during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.  Mr. Edgerton is an honorary life member of the Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and an honorary member of the Zebulon Vance Camp # 15 in Asheville, NC and the Morganton NC Camp # 836, and he was formerly the President of the Asheville, NC NAACP.  He is currently involved in a "March Across Dixie" in which he is trying to educate the youth of America of the true story of the southern cause.
Mr. H.K. Edgerton addresses attendees during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.  Mr. Edgerton is an honorary life member of the Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and an honorary member of the Zebulon Vance Camp # 15 in Asheville, NC and the Morganton NC Camp # 836, and he was formerly the President of the Asheville, NC NAACP.  He is currently involved in a "March Across Dixie" in which he is trying to educate the youth of America of the true story of the southern cause.  On the right side of the frame (pink dress) is Savannah Shifflet, granddaughter of Dan and Bette Goodson who came in from Elkton, Virginia and hail from the Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp # 10.
Mr. H.K. Edgerton addresses attendees during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.  Mr. Edgerton is an honorary life member of the Texas Division of the Sons of Confederate Veterans and an honorary member of the Zebulon Vance Camp # 15 in Asheville, NC and the Morganton NC Camp # 836, and he was formerly the President of the Asheville, NC NAACP.
Mark and Kat Finster from Grove City, Ohio listen to Mr. H.K. Edgerton (not pictured) during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
Participants listen to Mr. H.K. Edgerton (not pictured) during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
Participants listen to Mr. H.K. Edgerton (not pictured) during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
Mr. H.K. Edgerton addresses the crowd during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
Captain William Latane Camp #1690, Sons of Confederate Veterans Color Guard gives a firing salue during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.
Captain William Latane Camp #1690, Sons of Confederate Veterans Color Guard gives a firing salue during the memorial services at Hollywood Cemetery to honor the memory and efforts of the Confederate soldier.