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Sons of Veterans Reserve

National Military Department of the
SONS OF UNION VETERANS OF THE CIVIL WAR

The Sons of Veterans Reserve (SVR) is the ceremonial uniformed military component of the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW). The National Military Department of the SVR consists of the General Staff and seven geographical Military Districts across the nation. SVR Units participate in Civil War related ceremonies, parades, living history programs, and re-enactments

Pennsylvania Units

The Pennsylvania SVR Units are part of the Second Military District comprised of 14 separate SVR Units, the District itself being under the command of Captain George Shadman, 351 Brown Avenue, Front Royal, VA 22633 (540) 635-0494.

Co. B, 26th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, the most current roster containing 31 men and under the command of 1st Lt. Andrew P. Lefko, 436 Chesterfield Drive, Downingtown, PA 19335 (610) 873-3413.

Co. C, 28th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, the most current roster containing 49 men and under the command of Captain Michael Harris, 31 Old Philadelphia Pike, Douglassville, PA 19518 (610) 385-9325.
http://www.28thpvi.org

Gettysburg Blues, the most current roster containing 23 men and under the command of 1st Lt. John A. Price, II, 363 Lake Meade Drive, East Berlin, PA 17316 (717) 259-7756.

The Delaney-Delacy Guard, the most current roster containing 74 men and under the command of Captain John M. Hart, Jr., 1175 Morel Street, Scranton, PA 18509 (570) 347-8080.

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