Our chapter is named in honor of the veterans who lived at the Confederate Soldiers Home of Missouri, which housed 1,600 Confederate veterans and their families for nearly 60 years. Our website features photos of the Confederate Memorial State Historic Site and the cemetery, which is is the final resting place for 693 Confederate veterans.
of the Confederacy*
Lafayette County, Missouri
Welcome to our website and thank you for visiting.
On this page
An organizational meeting to recharter the Confederate Home Chapter held June 30, 2012 was attended by organizing members and state officers. (photo by Marsha Miller)
*The name "United Daughters of the Confederacy" is a registered trademark of the General Organization and may not be used outside the Organization without the express written consent of the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
The Confederate Home Chapter is a vibrant group of women who work to foster the objects of our organization: Historical, Educational,
Benevolent, Memorial and Patriotic. Our members participate in many volunteer and community service projects. We are a group
of women who share a love for our country and community and work to keep the spirit of our southern heritage and ancestors alive.
Take some time to explore our website. Then please feel free to contact us, and make plans to visit us at a meeting. We look
forward to sharing with you the excitement and fulfillment found through membership in Confederate Home Chapter United Daughters of
We welcome your interest in learning more about our chapter and hope to hear from you.
The Confederate Home Daughters
Site last updated June 2015