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Saturday, May 06, 2017, 12:00 pm
Duplin County Historical Society quarterly meeting
Sons of Confederate Veterans
Steve Hulen
Location: Rose Hill Restaurant, Rose Hill, NC
Our guest speaker for the May meeting will be Steve Hulen from Salemburg, Sampson County, NC. Steve is Commander of the Mingo Militia, SCV Camp 1717.

Hulen is a graduate of Lakewood High School class of 1980 and is employed in the furniture retail business for several surrounding counties.

Hulen has one son, Matthew, who is a Nursing Student at Georgia Southwestern State University in Americas, Georgia.

 He is active with the Sons of Confederate Veterans and serves as Camp Commander of the Mingo Militia at Spivey’s Corner and Brigade Commander for the South East Brigade. The South East Brigade covers six counties: Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover, Pender and Sampson. Mr. Hulen will speak about who the Sons of Confederate Veterans are and what they do in the community to preserve the true history of our ancestors.
Cost: Lunch, if desired at the meeting is $13.00.
Open to the public

Friday, May 26, 2017, 2:00 pm
World War I Memorial Monument Dedication
Future Location
Location: Kenansville. NC
All Veterans, family, friends and the public, are cordially invited to attend a ceremony of unveiling and dedication of a granite monument honoring the men from Duplin county who died in World War I.
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Ceremony to be held on the South Grounds of the Duplin County court House.

More Info: Charles M. Ingram: 910-296-1111
Open to the Public
Seating and handicapped parking provided.


The Duplin County Historical Society meets quarterly on the first Saturday of February, May, August and November. Unless otherwise notified, the meetings are held at the Rose Hill Restaurant in Rose Hill at 12 noon. Lunch is available at the current pricing rate.