Those honored were:
- William Henry Cox, Greenwood Club Cavalry, a school boy who fought in the Battle of Marianna at the age of fifteen. His father, Joseph B. Cox of the 1st Florida Reserves, fought in the same battle.
- Sherrod (Sherwood?) Scott, Company A. 11th Florida Infantry. He was 31 when the war began and, like many soldiers of that day, spent a great deal of his time in the military sick and under the care of Confederate surgeons.
- James Ray, Company C, 51st Georgia Infantry. He was 26 when he enlisted in the Confederate army, was captured at Knoxville, Tennessee, in 1863 and spent the rest of the war in prison at Rock Island.
In addition to the ceremonies and headstone unveilings, the West Camp members continued their expanding educational mission by inviting those in attendance to participate in artillery drills and learn more about how field cannon worked during the War Between the States. The firings of the 12-pounder reproduction howitzer culminated the day of activities.