The Appling Grays Camp #918 of the Sons of Confederate Veterans

The original United Confederate Veterans camp #918 was named for Captain Osgood A. Lee of Company I, 27th Georgia Infantry, Confederate States Army, Army of Northern Virginia. Captain Lee was Killed at Seven Pines, Virginia leading the Charge which ultimately dislodged the Federal forces from their position and assured victory for the Confederates. Captain Lee was the first Appling County Soldier killed in battle in the War Between the States. His Compatriots honored him by naming the U. C. V. Camp for him. When the Appling Grays Camp was formed the camp was renamed for Company I, The Appling Grays to honor all the soldiers that fought and bled and died for their country, The Confederate States of America.