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List of many KGC members

Posted by Jay Longley on March 2, 2017 at 7:15 PM

Here is a cemetery list of many members of the Knights of the Golden Circle.  This list represents a tiny portion of the KGC's hundreds of thousands of members but it may help you determine if your relatives or local men were Knights.  I will also put the link in our Links section for future reference.

https://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=vcsr&GSvcid=755868


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Reply Zach
1:50 PM on March 16, 2017 
I was just wondering what the KGC stood for in today's society. I know that, back during the Civil War, they sympathized with the south and were supposedly connected to some government official's arrests. Is this true and what does the KGC stand for today?
Reply Jay Longley
6:40 PM on March 16, 2017 
Zach says...
I was just wondering what the KGC stood for in today's society. I know that, back during the Civil War, they sympathized with the south and were supposedly connected to some government official's arrests. Is this true and what does the KGC stand for today?

Hi Zach. The outlawed KGC ceased operations in 1916 so it no longer exists. There were some government officials who were arrested because they were suspected of being members of this organization. I recommend you check out the information available in this group's Links section for the positions and goals of the KGC.