Welcome to Southern Flaggers. Here you can view the activities of flagging groups in the field and working to keep our Southern flags flying high and proud.
Dixie Rising - FOUR New Roadside Confederate Battle Flag Memorials Raised!
On the heels of a blog post by one of the pseudo-historian, Confederate hating bloggers, declaring that the "Retreat of the Confederate Flag Continues", we received word today of THREE new Roadside Memorial Battle Flags that were installed today...one in Virginia, and two in North Carolina...this on top of one installed in the Old North State last week!
Someone really should tell Mr. Levin to stop making stuff up. It just makes him look SILLY!
ROXBORO, NC - Hwy 158 East (Oxford Highway) 2 miles east of town
The Roxboro Grays, SCV Camp 1932 have finished installation of a 40' pole for a Roadside Battle Flag Memorial. A flag raising/dedication service will be held on Saturday, December 10th at 10:30 a.m. The memorial will be dedicated to Brigadier General Matt Ransom. Ransom was field general of the 35th N.C. Many Person Co. soldiers were under his command.
HIGHWAY 321 NORTH JUST ABOVE THE NC/SC STATE LINE
Maj. Charles Q. Petty’s Mechanized Cavalry SCVMCNC installed a new flag and pole at their SCV camp sign! Welcome to NORTH CAROLINA!
HIGHWAY 49 SOUTH, ALAMANCE COUNTY, NC
Late Saturday afternoon ActBac NC finished installation of their first roadside battle flag project. The 40' pole will fly an 8x12 battle flag and will be dedicated to the memory of 1st Lt Jeremiah Holt 63rd NCST Co F , KIA Winchester VA 1864.
Information on the pending flag raising/dedication ceremony will be released soon.
RT 3, NEAR SALUDA, MIDDLESEX COUNTY, VA
The Lane-Armistead SCV Camp #1772, raised a 40' Roadside Memorial and Battle Flag on Saturday afternoon!
That's THREE new massive battle flags raised in the Old North State this month... and the 27th raised in the Commonwealth since the fall of 2013, and from all indications, there are many, many more to come.
Retreat: an act of moving back or withdrawing
Perhaps Mr. Levin doesn't quite understand the meaning of the word, but keep in mind that this is the same man who once boldly predicted "that there will be no Confederate flag on I-95 near Richmond" (bless his heart!).
The Va Flaggers offer our most sincere congratulations to all of the dedicated men and women who worked so hard to make these latest Memorial Battle Flags a reality. There is no more beautiful reminder of the honor and valor of our Confederate veterans, and the Cause for which they fought and died.