On June 6, 1903 at a tobacco barn in W.H. Langley’s grove about one mile west of Elm City, 39 Confederate veterans assembled for a reunion and barbecue dinner. There was no regular program, but each person was called on to make a few remarks. Those pictured are: Front row, L to R: M.T. "Tudie" Williams, John J. Bailey, J.H. Barkley, Ed Winstead, Joel T. Welis, Bolden S. Johnston, William E. Winstead, unknown, Albert Brinkley, Wiley Farmer, Daniel P. Christman, and Benjamin Braswell. Second row, L to R: Crock Ferrell, Jim Marshman, Dr. J.T. Groves, H. H. Medlin, Wesley Williams, Drew Pridgen, W. H. Langley, J.W. Taylor, Ed Winstead, Tommie Winstead, Al Wiggins, unknown, John W. Blount, and Tom Braswell. Third row, L to R: James G. Winstead, Haywood Pridgen, David Griffin, Elijah Winstead, W.G. Batts, John L. Adams, unknown, J.W. Tryon, J.C. Winstead, Frank Stokes, William Evans, John Manning, and Elbert H. Flowers.