ARIZONA
COURT OF ASSISTANTS
of the
National Society Women Descendants of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company
 
 
 
 
 
Faneuil Hall
Boston, MA
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The Arizona Court meets three times per year.  The meetings are currently held in Casa Grande, Arizona as a mid-point between our two largest population centers of Phoenix and Tucson.

Please contact the Court President or the Court Registrar for any questions you may have or to receive an invitation to our next meeting.

             COURT OFFICERS 2013-2016
           President: Lee Thomasson Nelson
          V-Pres: Marilyn Busch Eldrige
          Chaplain: Georgiana Mae Swanson
          Treasurer:  Dianne Campbell Cobb
          Registrar:  Glydie Ann Nelson

MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION: Any women of 18 years and over who is lineally descended from a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts between the years of 1637 and 1774; or from a member of the General Court of 1638 (which confirmed Order for the Military Company) comprising the Governor, the Governor's Council and Deputies to the General Court: or from a member of the Clergy who preached the Annual election Sermon (1638-1774), is eligible to membership in this Society providing she meets the requirements as set forth in Article IV.
 
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GOALS & OBJECTIVES
PURPOSE shall be Educational; to aid in the study of historical, genealogical and biographical research.
 
 
The OBJECT of this Society shall be to aid in perpetuating and honoring the memory of the Military Company of Massachusetts, afterward known as the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts, who fought for the protection of the American Colonies and who aided in establishing the independence of the American People.
 
To commemorate the organization of the Company in 1637, the granting to them their Charter on March 17, 1638, their first meeting under the Charter the first Monday in June, 1638, and also to foster and keep alive the spirit of patriotism.
 
To incite a higher patriotism, a purer citizenship, an unswerving loyalty to our country, to support and defend The Constitution of the United States of America in times of peace and war, and to foster a close fraternity among our members.

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