Southern Region

For Southern Region Club Update Information please contact Tom Lines, Southern Region

Tom LinesFOHBC Southern Region Director, (Information forthcoming)

Atlanta Antique Bottle Club, Number of members: 10, Contact: Jack Hewitt, President, Address: 1765 Potomac Court, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043, 770.856.6062,, Show Date: June 14, 2014 at the Smyrna Community Center, Smyrna, Georgia 30043, Meeting Location: 18 S. Clayton Street, 1st Tuesday of each month, Lawrenceville, Georgia 30043

Berkeley Antique Bottle & Collectibles Club, Attn: Libby Kilgallen, PO Drawer 429, Moncks Corner, South Carolina 29461, 843.761.0316





Horse Creek Antique Bottle Club, Supporting antique bottle collectors in the greater South Carolina area. Aiken, South Carolina, c/o Mrs. Geneva Green, 
P.O. Box 1176
, Langley, South Carolina 29834, 803.593.2271, 
the Aiken County Historical Museum, 433 Newberry Street, SW, Aiken, South Carolina, 29801 Third Monday of each month, 7:00 pm. Newsletter: The Probe & Plunder FOHBC Member Club



MemphisClubLogoMemphis Bottle Collectors Club, Memphis Area Attn: Tom Phillips (President) P.O. Box 240296,
Memphis, Tennessee 38124, 901.277.4225 FOHBC Member Club





Mississippi Antique Bottle Club 20 Members meet in members homes, Contact John Sharp, PO Box 164, Sebastopol, Mississippi 39359, 601.507.0105,, Show in mid-January each year at the TradeMart Building, Mississippi Fairgrounds, Jackson, Mississippi. FOHBC Member Club




Mobile Bottle Collectors Club, 24 Members, Contact Roderick Vining, 10691 Old Pascagoula Road, Grand Bay, Alabama 36541, 251-957-6725,, Show Date: April, 2-3, 2021, Show Location, Daphne Civic Center, 2603 US Hwy 98, Daphne, Alabama 36526, Meeting Location: Various member’s homes, First Monday, each quarter, Mobile County Alabama, No newsletter at this time, Roderick Vining, President, FOHBC Member Club



M-T Bottle Collector Club, P.O. Box 2015, 
DeLeon Springs, Deland, Florida 32130, 
Club President/Bottle Show Chairman: Brian Hoblick, 386.804.9635,, Asst. Club President/Show Chairman: Lousie O’Quinn,, Marketing/Advertising Director/Web Site Manager: Dwight Pettit,, News Letter Editor: Wendy Pettit,, Meeting Place: Downtown Deland Library located at 431 East Howry Avenue Deland, Florida in Room 230, 
3rd Thursday every month throughout the year at 6 pm, 
Website: We offer every year a fun, fantastic, and laid-back atmosphere. Annual Bottle Show at the Deland, Florida Volusia County Fairgrounds every third weekend in March. With this annual event, we invite collectors to get together for a great time over two days to trade, sell and tell their stories about bottle hunting, digging, and collecting. FOHBC Member Club

New Orleans Bottle Club Attn: Kirk J.Diez, 2605 Winifred Street, Metairie, Louisiana 70003 504.887.8913





Oklahoma Territory Bottle & Relic Club, The Oklahoma Territory Bottle & Relic Club was formed in 1986, by a group of enthusiast bottle collectors. They wanted the opportunity to get together with people with similar interests to discuss, learn about, and show the old bottles they had found. President: Johnnie Fletcher, 
1300 S. Blue Haven Drive
, Mustang, Oklahoma 73064, 
, Newsletter Editor: Johnnie Fletcher. Newsletter: Oklahoma Territory News, Meeting Place: Soda Pops Restaurant, 119th & Western, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 
Third Tuesday of the month, 7:00 pm. FOHBC Member Club

Piedmont Antique Bottle and Pottery Club Attn: Jimmy Wood PO Box 808 Denver, North Carolina 28037 704.692.7888 website: Piedmont Antique Bottle and Pottery Club FOHBC Member Club




Raleigh Bottle Club, RBC Charter-To Allow Raleigh Area Bottle Collectors to meet periodically for fun/education and to trade/sell antique bottles. A place where neighbors can bring in their bottles for free appraisals. The club is a non-profit organization serving the community. RBC meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month. Meeting Time: Monthly meetings are held on the 1st Tuesday of every month. The meetings are held in the Glenn Laurel Clubhouse at 1330 Galax Street Raleigh, NC. The meetings start at 7:00 pm and usually last about an hour. Feel free to come anytime after 6:00 pm for fellowship and a little selling/trading prior to the meeting. The dress is always casual. President: David Bunn; Vice-President: Bart Weeks: Sec/Treasurer: Robert Creech; Editor: Marshall Clements, 
Website:; Club E-mail Address: Newsletter: The Bottle Talk FOHBC Member Club


South Carolina Bottle Club Attn: Marty Vollmer (President) 1091 Daralynn Drive, Lexington, South Carolina 29073, 803.755.9410 FOHBC Member Club





State Of Franklin Antique Bottles & Collectible Association,  The State of Franklin Antique Bottles & Collectible Association was founded September 4, 1998, with 18 charter members. The name was derived from the Lost State of Franklin which once encompassed Eastern Tennessee from the Knoxville area into parts of NC, KY, and VA where most of the club members are served.  Meetings are held every 4th Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm in the ticket office of the Appalachian Fairground in Gray, Tennessee. Membership dues are $20 annually per individual or family which receives a monthly newsletter called Groundhog Gazette. It contains club news, informative articles and upcoming events such as an annual Gray In May Show & Sale during the 1st Saturday in May. Please visit this

Suncoast Antique Bottle Collectors, 
Also known as the St. Pete Antique Bottle Club (in St. Petersburg Florida), with an official name of Suncoast Antique Bottle Collector’s Inc. They meet on the 4th Thursday of each month with a few exceptions, May, June, Nov., & Dec. Those months are subject to change. The location of the meeting is The Most Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church, 5800 15th Ave. S., Gulfport (that is west of Rt 19 and south of St. Pete). If you wish to inquire as to more about the club, or a particular meeting you would like to attend, please send an email with your questions. Attn: George Dueben Tampa-St.Petersburg, Florida area, Information: Mike Skie, 904.710.0422 or Jackie McRae 904.879.3696 FOHBC Member Club

Tennessee Valley Traders and Collectors Club, Morristown, Tennessee The club was the brainchild of R.L. “Pete” Wyatt, known around those parts as the Lost Creek Bottle Farmer. Pete was active in the East TN Antique Bottle & Collectibles Society (Knoxville) and the State of Franklin Bottle Club (Johnson City). He thought there would be an interest for collectors in the area between those groups, which are located about 100 miles apart. Morristown is about half-way between the two clubs, so they organized there. Tally-Ward Recreation Center is centrally located and provides an excellent meeting place each month. During the Club’s first three meetings, they had from 20 to 27 people attending. President: Pete Wyatt, 1219 Sweet Williams Lane, New Market, Tennessee 37820
, 865.471.0146, FOHBC Member Club

Tulsa Antiques & Bottle Club, 
c/o Bruce Stiles (President)
, P.O. Box 4278, 
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74159
, 918.835.0278, 
Meeting Place: Maxwell Park Library, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 
Third Tuesday of the month, 7:00 pm. FOHBC Member Club




Uwharrie Bottle Club When Badin’s David Summerlin moved to Valley Drive, he found a load of old bottles in his back yard. Intrigued, he asked friend Jerry Hall, a bottle collector, if there were any treasures among them. The answer was no, but Summerlin was hooked.
These days, he and friend Hall attend bottle shows all over the southeastern United States, toting their sizeable collections to show and sell. Both men belong to the Uwharrie Bottle Club begun 5 years ago by Badin native Todd McSwain. Attn: Todd McSwain 8649 Eddins Poplin Road Norwood, North Carolina 28128 704.474.0552 FOHBC Member Club