Auxiliary to the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
(Founded 1883)
Female lineal descendants, including those through adoption, and nieces and their lineal descendants, not less than 12 years of age, of soldiers, sailors, or marines regularly mustered and honorably discharged from the Army, Navy, or Marine Corps of the United States of American during the War of Rebellion 1861 to 1865. Wives, mothers, widows or legally adopted daughters of Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War in good Standing. Women who do not have the ancestry to qualify for hereditary membership, but who demonstrate a genuine interest in the Civil War and who can subscribe to the purpose and objects of the Auxiliary, may become associates. Associates may not exceed one third of the total membership of the Auxiliary at the time of election.

Wisconsin Auxiliary to the SUVCW
Department of Wisconsin SUVCW Auxiliary
Danielle Michaels, President

Email: Danielle Michaels (
6623 South North Cape Road
Franklin, WI 53132-1227
AC 414-425-4648

National Auxiliary SUVCW
Beatrice E. Greenwalt, National Historian
2449 Center Avenue
Allican, OH 44601
(216) 823-6919

Further information or application forms may be obtained by contacting:
Margaret Atkinson, Past National Presdent
1016 Gorman Street
Philadelphia, PA 19116
FAX: 207-443-2795

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War - Department of Wisconsin

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