Mt Zion Church & Cemetery, Boone County, Missouri

Mt Zion Church and Cemetery

Mt Zion

Battle of Mt Zion Stone

« Back to Album Photo 13 of 13 Previous | Next
Battle of Mt Zion Stone
A Confederate monument erected by the Col. James J. Searcy Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #1923 of Columbia, MIssouri. It was erected in 2002.
Posted by Bonnie Durk on October 15, 2010 Full Size| Slideshow

Post a Comment

Oops!

Oops, you forgot something.

Oops!

The words you entered did not match the given text. Please try again.

Already a member? Sign In

4 Comments

Reply Mark Stuart
8:23 AM on September 27, 2012 
My dear Bonnie----of course you are forgiven!! We are proud of our Confederate heritage and proud of Missouri's role in the War. Many good and true down-home Missouri boys took arms and fought for the God-given right of self-determination and the right of a sovereign state to run its own affairs. We thank all of you for the privilege of honoring our brave seven unknown Confederate soldiers buried on the site. This monument stands as a testimony to their loyalty and bravery.
Reply Bonnie
6:15 PM on September 25, 2012 
I am truly sorry. I have corrected the text. Please forgive me for my mistake.
Reply Bonnie
6:13 PM on September 25, 2012 
Mark Stuart says...
The monument stone pictured is NOT a union stone!! It is a Confederate monument erected by the Col. James J. Searcy Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #1923 of Columbia, MIssouri. It was erected in 2002. I am presently Commander of said camp and can tell you MOST emphatically that the monument is NOT union!!!!!
Reply Mark Stuart
5:20 PM on September 25, 2012 
The monument stone pictured is NOT a union stone!! It is a Confederate monument erected by the Col. James J. Searcy Sons of Confederate Veterans Camp #1923 of Columbia, MIssouri. It was erected in 2002. I am presently Commander of said camp and can tell you MOST emphatically that the monument is NOT union!!!!!