Founded on November 16, 1896
Those eligible for Active membership are women no less than sixteen years of age who are blood descendants, lineal or collateral, of men and women who served ho...norably in the Army, Navy or Civil Service of the Confederate States of America, or gave Material Aid to the Cause. Also eligible are those women who are lineal or collateral blood descendants of members or former members of U.D.C.

Admission to the organization shall be by invitation through a Chapter 89 member.If you are interested in becoming a member, please provide us with your name, mailing address and telephone number and we will have a member invite you to a local chapter meeting.
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Knoxville Chapter 89, United Daughters of the Confederacy was organized on 16 November 1896.
Company Overview
United Daughters of the Confederacy is the outgrowth of many local memorial, monument and Confederate Home Associations and auxiliaries to Camps of Confederate ...Veterans which were organized after the War Between the States. It is the oldest patriotic organization in our country because of its connection with two statewide organizations which came into existence as early as 1890, namely the Daughters of the Confederacy (DOC) in Missouri and the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Confederate Soldiers Home in Tennessee.

The National Association of the Daughters of the Confederacy was organized in Nashville, Tennessee, September 10, 1894, by Mrs. Caroline Merewether Goodlett of Nashville, and Mrs. Anna Davenport Raines of Georgia. When the organization held its second meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1895, the name of the Organization was changed to the United Daughters of the Confederacy. The United Daughters of the Confederacy was incorporated under the laws of the District of Columbia on July 18, 1919.
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General Information
The objectives of the national organization are Historical, Educational, Benevolent, Memorial and Patriotic,to honor the memory of those who served and those wh...o fell in the service of the Confederate States of America; to protect preserve and mark the places made historic by Confederate valor; to collect and preserve the material for a truthful history of the War Between the States; to record the part taken by Southern Women in patient endurance of hardship and patriotic devotion during the struggle, and in untiring efforts after the war during the reconstruction of the South; to fulfill the sacred duty of benevolence toward the survivors and toward those dependent upon them; to assist descendants of worthy Confederates in securing proper education; and to cherish the ties of friendship among the members of the Organization. See More
Founded in 1896, Knoxville Chapter 89 is one of the oldest United Daughters of the Confederacy chapters in the organization. Knoxville Chapter 89 is proud to own & maintain Confederate Memorial Hall - Bleak House. The house, which was completed in 1858 and presented as a wedding present to Robert & Louisa Armstrong. The house was the headquarters for Confederate General James Longstreet in November 1862 during the Siege of Knoxville. The chapter purchased in house in 1951 to serve as a meeting house & Confederate museum. Knoxville Chapter 89 is proud to continue to traditions of preserving our Confederate Heritage, History & Traditions.