Pvt. Wallace Bowling Camp #1400 - Sons of Confederate Veterans
P.O. Box 2355
The Pvt. Wallace Bowling Camp #1400, one of numerous camps within the State of Maryland, was officially chartered in La Plata, May 1982, in honor of Pvt. William Wallace Bowling, a local patriot who served the South as a member of Co. A, 2nd Maryland Infantry, C.S.A.
The Pvt. Wallace Bowling Camp #1400 is presently composed of nearly 60 Confederate descendants. These descendants boast a unique variety of ages and occupations, from middle, high school and college students, high school principals, teachers, professionals, small business owners, and clergy to government employees, industrial and service employees, farmers, retirees, military veterans, firefighters and more.
While the majority of members reside in Southern Maryland, the Pvt. Wallace Bowling Camp #1400 is proud to knowledge that it has patriotic members residing in such distant localities as Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin.