Welcome to the Cedar City, Utah
Bald Eagle Chapter

National Society

Daughters of the American Revolution

 

 
We Honor Chapter Officers
Membership Our Patriots
Utah State DAR National DAR
 

Bald Eagle Chapter Proudly Presents the: Escalante-Boulder Veterans' Memorial

Bald Eagle in Forest

The Bald Eagle Chapter of The Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) was organized February 6, 1993.  Since that time, the chapter has been committed to improving the communities of southern Utah by furthering the objectives of the DAR.  DAR is a non-partisan, non-profit, women's service organization dedicated to patriotism, historic preservation, education, service, genealogical research, the arts, and literacy.Soaring Bald Eagle

Bald Eagle proudly sponsors yearly history essays for students in the 5th and 6th grades.  Good Citizen award winners are picked from amongst graduating high school seniors.  This chapter also honors "Women in American History," community leaders, and those who participate in promoting community conservation.  Tree planting and making lap quilts for Veteran's Day are other yearly projects.


We Honor

We Fondly Remember

 

Fay Anderson Atwood (Delbert) Admitted 1 Jun 1963 Patriot:  John Buswell, NH
Mary Edna Everts Cason (James) Admitted 7 Jul 1980 Patriot:  Nathaniel Boswick, VT


Officers 2012-2014

Regent

Sondra Jeffus

Vice Regent

Loralyn Felix

Director

Randi Frausto

Recording Secretary

Sandra Brady

Treasurer

Laura Cotts

Registrar

Jane Nelson-Comp

Chaplain

Linda Lohrengel


Membership

(as taken from page 26 of handbook)

Applicant for membership must be no less than 18 years of age. She shall prove lineal blood line descent from an ancestor who aided in achieving American independence. She must provide documentation for each statement of birth, marriage and death. Research assistance is available from Chapter Registrar and other officers. Acceptable service of patriots:

* Signers of the Declaration of Independence

* Military Service

* Civil Service

* Patriotic Service

Eligible children may join the Children of the American Revolution, then advance to Junior Membership at age 16.

When reaching age 18, Junior members become Daughters of the American Revolution.

 If you’re interested in Membership, please contact our Registrar,

Jane Nelson-Comp to learn more about becoming a member of the DAR.

 


 

Our Patriots

Member Patriot, State of Service, Rank
Jane Nelson-Comp Abraham Adams, MA, Drummer

Randi Frausto

Abraham Adams, MA, Drummer

Loralyn Felix Abel Butterfield, MA, Soldier
Mary Urie Abel Butterfield, MA, Soldier
Winifred Washburn Hugh Brown, CT, Pvt
Harriet Priska Hugh Brown, CT, Pvt
Maudine Hebert John Carroll, NC, PS
Linda Thompson David Castleman, VA, PS
Jane Griffiths James Claghorn, VT, Colonel
Jane Griffiths Arthur Daggett, MA, Capt.
Jane Griffiths Jeremiah Dewey, VT, Fifer
Linda Lohrengel Yost/Jost Dreusbach, Sr., PA, Col/PS
Mary Urie Thomas Hiscock, MA, Pvt
Diane Peveler William King, PA, Pvt
Harriet Priska Samuel Lyon, NY, Major
Laura Cotts Levin Powell, VA, Lt. Col.
Jane Griffiths Thomas Todd Jr., VA, Soldier/Fifer
Sondra Jeffus Loving Bledsoe, NC, Militia
Jane Griffiths Aaron VanBenschoten, NY, Pvt.
Heidi King Thomas Benedict, MA, Pvt.
Sandra Brady

Francis Verry, Jr., NH, PS

Gayemarie Ekker Edward Weaver, PA, Ens.


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This page last updated 11 Jul 2012

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