Camp A. G. Jenkins             #628
Col. Roger A. Casey,
Camp Commander
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Welcome to our Camp
The A. G. Jenkins camp is up and running again.  We meet at the Guyandotte VFW on the 3rd Monday of the month at 6:30 pm.  You have to be a member of the Son's of Confederate Veterans in order to join.  If you have a hereditary  grandfather, uncle, cousin on either side of your family, we can help you do the genealogy linking you back to that person.  Contact us for an application.  You can particpate as much or as little as you want.  We participate in dedication ceremonies of Civil War grave headstones, Cemetery Memorial Services honoring CW soldiers.  Civic activities, Educational Talks, CW battle re-enactments, and a host of other things Civil War.  We have no newsletter as of yet and this website is a "Work in Progress".  Visit us occasionally, we may have added something new.

 Do you have a confederate ancestor in your family history.
We would love to add you to the camp roster.

Col. Roger A. Casey,
Commander Camp A. G. Jenkins #628


Our camp is named after Albert G. Jenkins, who was a lawyer and later became one of the most famous generals in the Civil War.  He was the leader of the Border Rangers and campaigned mainly in the West Virginia area which was actually the state of Virginia until June 20th 1863 when it was conficated by the North in order to cut off railroad and waterways which were supply routes to the south.
Albert Galletin Jenkins lived on a plantation on WV State Route 2 in an area now known as Greenbottom, WV.  This area was named after his plantation of 4000 plus acres bordering between Route 2 and the Ohio river.  His plantation house still stands today.
The plantation house was built about 1835, and is a 2 1/2 story, rectangular, brick dwelling in a late period Federal style. It sits on a sandstone foundation and the interior has a center hall, single pile plan. The most prominent resident was 1850s lawyer and politician Albert Gallatin Jenkins (1830-1864).  The Gen. Albert Gallatin Jenkins House — known historically (along with its 4,395 acre estate) as "Green Bottom" — is located on the east bank of the Ohio River about 7 miles north of Lesage, Cabell County, West Virginia, USA. 
It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.  The picture on the right shows the house before restoration.  The bricks were painted white and had to be removed. The side structure (on left in the picture)  was eliminated because it was not part of the original architecture.  Actual descendants lived in the house up until the late '70's when it was purchased by the Corps Of Engineers.  
The above picture on the left  is the view of the rear of the house facing State Route 2.  Above small middle picture shows the front of the house facing the Ohio river about 1/4 of a mile beyond.  The far right small picture is the Basement door at the rear which was a part to the original foundation.  The bottom right picture is the East side of the house with the rear to the left. 

Our Goal
We are the SCV, Son's of Confederate Veterans.  Our goal is to preserve our heritage and history and teach all who are interested about the the Civil War and the Real history about it.  We are non political, make no religious statements and above all are not racists.  We try to enlighten those who have been misinformed about the reasons for this terrible war that cost this nation 620,000 soldiers lives.  We will not present a history lesson here but may discuss the war from time to time historically.  But this site is about Camp A. G. Jenkins and the SCV.  I hope you enjoy the site.  If you have any comments email me.  Col. Roger A. Casey

  If you have an ancestor who was a Confederate soldier in the War Between The States, (Civil War),  click on the Application Icon below which is a link and it will take you to the SCV Headquarters Application For Membership.  This is a live active link that you can fill out on line.  IMPORTANT  After you fill out the form, you must print it off.  It will not save.  Once you print it off, mail the application with the appropriate membership fee.

You can click the button "Contact Us" at the top of the page and fill out the contact form that pops up which will then be sent to us and  we will get in touch with you and help you with the process.


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