W. S. Jackson to Command Plough Boys in 2013

Commander W. S. Jackson

Commander W. S. Jackson

W. S. Jackson has been elected to serve as Commander of the Cumberland Plough Boys for the next year.  The Annual Meeting of Camp 2187 occurs every January and culminates in the election of officers for the next year.  Past Commander Mark Whitley completed his second consecutive term which is the most allowed by Camp By-Laws.

Joining Commander Jackson on the Executive Council is 1st Lieutenant Commander Ken Bell, 2nd Lieutenant Commander David Vinson, Adjutant Mark Whitley, and Judge Advocate Fitz Johnston.  The Judge Advocate is an appointed position and serves as the fifth member of the council when the Past Commander holds another elected position or is unable to fill the position.

Commander Jackson has already made the following appointments:

Chaplain – Greg Maxwell
Color Sergeant – Mike Willis
Quartermaster – Dwight Lovick
Assistant Quartermaster – Jackie Ware
Assistant Quartermaster – Mack Eason
Drill Sergeant – Ronnie Horne

Other appointments may be forthcoming.

Charles Jefferson Hamrick

Charles Jefferson Hamrick
June 11, 1833 – November 27, 1918

1860 Residence: Cleveland County, North Carolina

2nd Great Grandfather of Fitz Johnston

Military Record
May 6, 1862 – Enlisted at Cleveland County, NC
55th North Carolina Regiment, Company D
Rank: Corporal
May 5, 1864 – Wounded in the arm at Wilderness, VA
Captured by the Enemy on an unspecified date
Confined at Point Lookout, MD
June 27, 1865 – Released after taking the Oath of Allegiance

James Young Hamrick 1810-1849
Catherine Hardin 1811-1888

Elijah Hamrick 1829
Sarah Phoebe Hamrick 1830-1907
Andrew Hamrick 1837-1868
Susanna Hamrick 1839-1916
Lucinda Hamrick 1842-1916
Oliver Hamrick 1844
Henderson Newton Hamrick 1846-1865

Sarah Elizabeth Hamrick 1825-1905

James Young Hamrick 1854-1917
Elijah Bly Hamrick 1858-1946
Catherine E. Hamrick 1859-1918
Oliver Newton Hamrick 1866-1922

Boiling Springs Baptist Church Cemetery
Boiling Springs, NC
Cleveland County


Charles Jefferson Hamrick Grave