Gentlemen of theTexas Division SCV, Ladies of the UDC & TSOCR,

On behalf of Hood's Texas Brigade, along with our distinguished compatriots, Lone Star Grey's and Medina County Grey's, it is our honor and privilege to invite y'all to our hometown – the beautiful and historical City of San Antonio for the 2024 SCV Texas Division Convention and Reunion. San Antonio is a unique city with a rich cultural heritage and a vibrant presence. Here, you'll find diverse attractions that you won't find anywhere else, from the largest Mexican market in the US to 18th-century Spanish missions. Explore the history, culture, and entertainment that make San Antonio a one-of-a-kind destination. Please take some time to explore our great city and enjoy yourselves with everything it has to offer. We look forward to seeing you at the convention.

Please keep an eye out on your emails, and for the first time, you can also stay up-to-date on the official Facebook page at

 Y'all come back now, ya hear and we'll see you all in 2024!

Dustin W. Seiler

2024 Convention Planning Committee Chairman


"Tis a joy to be rose!"

  • San Antonio Rose [feat. Texas Playboys]3:10

      Everyone knows Ms. Robin Terrazas as the woman who led the defense of the Confederate Cenotaph that stood in the center of Travis Park for over 100 years with her sisters of the UDC Albert Sydney Johnston, Chapter #2060 in San Antonio! Since then she has toured the Lone Star State, visiting other UDC Chapters & SCV Camps on the subject of preserving what remaining monuments to the boys who wore the grey, and has testified before the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.  
 But not many people know about her talents as a musician. Robin is also a gifted guitarist and singer. In 2012 she was featured in LoneStar Music magazine featuring "Let's Take Two". The Houston-born, Mississippi-raised southern belle grew up singing in church choirs and such and recorded backup vocals for the likes of Dr. John and Marva Wright. Her program is on the history and origins of Confederate Music, including the well-known "Yellow Rose of Texas".  

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   Nestled in the base of the Texas Hill country, filled with history and legends. The beautiful and historical city of San Antonio sets the stage for the return of the 127th Texas Divison Reunion for the Sons of Confederate Veterans! 

   Only this time, it's more than what you expected... Come for the Reunion, stay and play!

   To kick off the 2024 Reunion; the members of Hood's Texas Brigade, Camp #153 invite you to their Runion Kick-Off Party and meet the host camp the night before. Then on Friday we will be honoring the local Confederate Heroes in the largest Confederate Cemetery west of the Mississippi with a special remembrance ceremony & black rose service. Later as the western sunsets and the stars at night shine big and bright, the evening gets social with the Commander's Reception. Our own Div. Commander, Michael Hurley invites you to kick back and catch up with your fellow compatriots from across Texas.

   After the business is handled at the first half of the convention, we gather and celebrate all the camps and their member's hard work with the Meritorious Awards Luncheon. And when all the business is put to bed, we dance the night away and enjoy good eating with the Lone Star Grand Southern Ball & Banquet. Sunday before heading home, Div. Chaplain James Bozeman will give a prayer service after breakfast, so we don't miss out on going to church! To close out, the Division Executive Council & the TSOCR Board of Directors will finalize any last-minute business.


A women who did everything in the

Texas Society Order of Confederate Rose.


Mrs. Eileen Lehmberg


August 12th, 1938 - May 18th, 2023


   Your visit to San Antonio doesn't have to end after the conclusion of the convention. Stay and enjoy all the Alamo City has to offer! With unique museums like the San Antonio Museum of Art, the McNay, or the Smithsonian-affiliated Witte, the Mission Trail begins at the Alamo. To world-class entertainment with SeaWorld, Aquatica, SixFlags Fiesta Texas, and the San Antonio Spurs. Exceptional one-of-a-kind shopping experiences at the historical LaVieta, NorthStar Mall, the Quarry, and La Canterra. San Antonio has something for everyone! To find out what all is happening around the City after the Convention, click over to

      Lt. Colonel (US Army, Ret.) Jeffrey Addicott is a full Professor of Law and the Director of the Warrior Defense Project at St. Mary's University School of Law. As an active duty Army officer in the Judge Advocate General's Corps for twenty years, Dr. Addicott spent a quarter of his career as the senior legal advisor to the US Army Special Forces. He served in senior legal positions in Germany, Korea, Panama, and throughout the United States and deployed on numerous occasions to areas of armed conflict, and was the awarded a Legion of Merit for his work in Peru. As an internationally recognized authority on national security and terrorism Law, Dr. Addicott not only lectures and participates in professional and academic organizations both in the United States and abroad (over 900 speeches), but he also testifies before Congress on a variety of legal and policy issues.   

     Dr. Addicott is a regular contributor to national and international media outlets including FOX News, CNN, MSNBC, OAN, BBC, New York Times, Washington Post, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and San Antonio's AM550-KTSA (over 5,000 interviews). Addicott is a prolific author, publishing over 100 books, articles, and monographs on a variety of legal and policy issues. Among his many contributions to the field of law, Addicott pioneered the teaching of the law of war and human rights course to the militaries of numerous nascent democracies in Eastern Europe and Latin America. Addicott was also the Associate Dean for Administration (2006-2007) and headed the Center for Terrorism Law.


"The enemy never sees the backs of my Texans!"

-General Robert E. Lee: The Battle of the Wilderness, 1864